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Wayanad district has the majestic Western Ghats shaping its terrain. From a scenic perspective, it has dense green forests, tropical jungles and deep valleys.
Mountains: ChembraPeak (2,100 meters- 6,890 ft.), Banasura Peak (2,073 meters- 6,801 ft), Brahmagiri (1,608 meters- 5,276 ft.) are some of the imposing mountains in the district.


Thirunelli Temple: This temple embodies classical, traditional Kerala architecture. It is dedicated to Lord Vishnu – the God who maintains life. The temple attracts devotees especially for performing ancestral rites.

Edakkal Caves: Known for its pre-historic carvings and paintings.

Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary: Wild animals such as bison, elephant, deer and tiger can be spotted. There are quite a few rare wild birds also.

The Jain temple: Close to Koothamunda

Valliyoorkav: Is a temple of historic and social significance

Pallikunnu Church: Located 14 km from Kalpetta, this church is a popular pilgrim center in North Kerala.

Vasambatta Mosque:
One of the oldest Mosques in Wayanad. Known for VarambataNercha. It is situated within the most Sunni populated area in Wayanad.

Mazhuvannur Maha Shiva Temple: It is an ancient Shiva Temple near Tharuvana

Sultan Bathery: It is famous for its fort, which was built by Tipu Sultan

Pazhassi Raja’s tomb: The tomb of Pazhassi Raja, who fought the British with the help of Kurichia warriors, is in mananthavady.

Lakkidi: The entry-point to Wayanad on the road from Kozhikode, receives the highest rainfall in India.

Pookode Lake: Is a famous tourist centre nearLakkidi

For the adventurous: Chembra peak &Banasura Peak will provide a tough trek experience

Kanavu Island: It could be an important place if you are a sociologist or if you are in the field of education. It is a center for alternative educationwhich helpthe tribal society to adapt to the challenges without losing their cultural moorings.

Ananthanatha Swami Temple: It is a beautiful Jain Temple located at Puliyarmala.

Pakshipathalam: A popular trekking spot on the Kerala-Karnataka border.

Soochipara, Kanthapara and Meenmutty: These are spectacular waterfalls in the Meppadi-Ambalavayal region.

Meenmutty Falls: .It is 29 km. from Kalpetta in Wayanad district. It is Kerala’s largest waterfall and the one most unblemished in its natural setting.

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