Wayanad is rich in natural beauty. So, if you are a nature lover and do not see ‘Wayanad’ at least ones, then it is a loss. Here are some must-visit places in Wayanad.

* Chembra Peak.

If you are interested in trekking, then go to Chembra Peak, the highest peak in Wayanad. It will end up with beautiful scenery. The Heart shaped lake lies on top of Chembra Peak. These place will give a heavenly feeling. The permission from the Meppadi forest office is allowed to reach the Chembra Peak anyway.

*  Chethalayam Waterfalls.

Chethalayam is a waterfall near to Sulthan Batheri. The view of Water that scattered around through the rocks is spectacular. But it’s hard to reach out here.  Downstairs, the scenery of the falls can impress anybody. Everyone will forget the troubles to get here then.

* Soochipara Waterfalls.

Soochipara Waterfalls is a wonderful place to visit especially in summer. At the bottom water that falling through the rocks appears as rain. We need to walk about half an hour through the forest to reach there. Once you reach out, it will be a great experience. In many places, the water falling from 100 to 300 feet is a miraculous experience.

* Neelimala Hill Station.

Neelimala is a beautiful hill station. Neelimala viewpoint is one of the most visited destinations in the region. This place is more popular among those who love sports and adventure. Look from here can be seen Meenmutti Waterfalls. It is always covered with mist during the rainy season. At that time the view from here is incredible. The view of the valley from this place attracts a large number of people here.

* Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary.

Muthanga is a wide forest area. You can see a lot of animals and a variety of birds here. There are a lot of people visiting this place to witness the natural beauty of the place. Muthanga is also a place where the three states share their boundaries(i.e, Kerala, Karnataka, Tamilnadu). So it is called a triangle point.

* Banasura Peak.

Banasura Peak is the second-largest Peak of Wayanad. It is 6732 feet above from the sea level. Manikkunnu, Chembra Peak, Thariyod Mala, Sughandhagiri Mala and Bhrahmagiri Mala can be seen from here. Both adventure and beauty can be experienced from here.