There is no such place as Wayanad to enjoy and sit along with the beauty of nature. There are forests, mountains, rivers, ponds and so many other hidden beauty spots in Wayanad.
If you have not visited Wayanad, it’s a terrible loss. Wayanad is one of the most popular tourist destinations of Kerala. Wayanad attracts natives and tourists alike. Wayanad is a delight to those who want a break from the busy world.
The fields among misty mountains, the historical monuments and water bodies are few among them. This land will give excitement to every footstep.
Kuruvadweep, Edakkal cave, Pookode lake, Pakshippathalam, Muthanga forest, Soochippara waterfalls, Banasura Sagar dam, Chembra peak are the main tourist attractions of Wayanad. Apart from these places, many other sites are there Wayanad. Wayanad is also unexceptional to the tourist attractions of Kerala. The dense forest and the green tea plantations make Wayanad it’s magnificent.
Pulpalli is a historical land. There are so many legendary stories associated with this land. The tomb of Pazhassi Raja lies in Mananthavadi, the second largest town in Wayanad. Nellarachal is another less explored beauty spot of Wayanad. Majappara is a perfect example of the hidden beauty of Wayanad. Beneath of it Karappuzha dam and on the long view we can see the western ghat and eye catchy fields. During the sunset, the water on the dam will turn red. What else need to capture the minds…?
Kaduvakuzhi- The pleasant scenic beauty of Wayanad. There is no better place to visit sunset than this in Wayanad. Kadachikkunn Waterfalls – No one knows whether there is any such place in Wayanad. The view of the hills here is spectacular. Kattukunnu Peak is a beautiful viewpoint near Banasura Hill. The climate and the wind in here give glorious experience. Unfortunately, this beautiful place is less known to most of the people.
There are many places like this which are not being notified.
Wayanad is a wonder for those who exited in exploring hidden beauties of nature.