This 950-acre, uninhabited Island on the Kabani River is an ideal picnic spot. The wooded stretch of land is home to rare species of birds, orchids and herbs.(1km)
is the most frequented tourist spot in the entire Wayanad district of Kerala.This perennial fresh water aquarium, Vythiri nestles among wooded hills.(53km)
Edakkal caves are famous for its pictorial paintings (cave paintings), which are considered to be of 6000 B C.To reach the caves, one has to trek through the Ambukutty Mala .(55km)
The largest earth dam in India, as well as the second largest in Asia, impounds the waters of the karamanathodu, a tributary of the Kabini river.this is a mini hydel project.(25km)
At 2100 m above sea level, Chembra is the tallest peak in Wayanad. The peak is visible from almost all parts of Wayanad and is an ideal area for trekking.(55km)
The memorial of Veera Pazhassi Raja – the ‘Lion of Kerala’ – who organized guerilla warfare against the British East India Company. Of plants can be sighted here.(14km)
7.5 km. hiking from Thirunelly Brahmagiri Mountain through forest. (Thirunelly 25 km ).
This sanctuary has a wide varieties of animals.Visitors are restricted to the outer tourist zone. (17km).
Thirunelli, The village is known as a pilgrim centre, thanks to the presence of an age-old Vishnu temple (Thirunelli temple) and the nearby stream Papanashini(25km)