Visiting Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is a must. The Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary comprises 344 square kilometers.
It is the largest earthen dam in Asia. Visiting the Banasura mini-hydro project is a fantastic thing to do.
Kuruva Island is 950 acres in the midst of the Kabini River in Wayanad. Bamboo rafting is popular in Wayanad
Edakkal Caves, located on Ambukuthi Hill at 1,200 metres, are a top attraction in Wayanad.
Wayanad's Neelimala View Point is a magical place to see the green mountains, clouds, and beautiful scenery.
Pookode Lake, which looks like the map of India, is a great place to go boating with family and friends.
This gorgeous campsite also offers fishing, trekking, and musical bonfire nights.
On the highest point of Wayanad's Brahmagiri Hills stands the Vishnu shrine Thirunelli. Over 3000 years ago, Lord Brahma built the Thirunelli temple.
If you want to do the quietest things in Wayanad, Vythiri Village Resort is the perfect luxury resort in the middle of nature.
Chembra Peak, at 2,100 metres, is a renowned Wayanad trekking spot (6,900 ft). Those with the right permits can reach the peak in three hours.