Wayanad Things To Do
Some of the beautiful things in life come with a price tag. And this month we take you to witness and savour one of Kerala's immaculate sights in the hill district of Wayanad. Of course, it is a bit challenging for your legs. And the best time to be there is just after the rains in June / July. By now, you might have got a hang of what is in store? Yes, it has something to do with water. It is just not water, but a milky way, tearing apart the dense greenery of Wayanad forests. The Meenmutti waterfalls, gushing down and then flowing in cascades further down its course is an awesome sight to watch from the Neelimala viewpoint near Vaduvanchal in Wayanad
- By Air : The Nearest Airport is Calicut Airport 95 kms
- By Rail : The Nearest Railway Station is Kozhikode 95 kms
- By Road : You can easily get regular buses to Neelimala Hills from other major cities of the country.
Programs within Wayanad Wild -Things to Do
“An easy walk on nature trail with naturalist, illustrating the charm of nature. Moreover, it is a stress releasing tour along the boundaries of forest, meadows and lovely landscape.”
“Make a short walk nearby ‘Wayanad Wild’ and spot exotic birds and butterflies.”
Shutter up program
“An orientation program which helps to learn the basic of photography.”
“Experience the hiking to the nearby hillocks and enjoy the landscape. Its a tour off the beaten track following the trails of Elephants and forest guards.”
“Learn the taste of Kerala from our Chef and indulge into the world of the subtle use of spices”
A quest to nature
“An informative PowerPoint presentation on Wayanad.”
Programs in Wayanad
The Bamboo Express (half day)
Spend an enjoyable hour or two gently floating down on a bamboo raft through bamboo forests and tea gardens
Triathlon On The Kabini (Full day)
Bike through forests and walk across paddy fields to reach an explorer's paradise in the islands of adventure
Zipline (half day)
Kerala's longest zipline and second longest in South India. A amazing experience to have a birds view of tea gardens and the valley.
Tea factory visit (half day)
The guest will be given an overview of how tea is grown and processed. This includes a tour of the factory with the opportunity to buy some estate-fresh tea.
Cycling the tea gardens (half day)
A great trail that winds through the tea estates, offering a mix of good tarmac, broken tarmac and offroad. The extended ride through the estate provides some fantastic views not usually accessible.