Wayanad is a rustic area in Kerala state, southwest India. In the east, the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is a rich, forested locale with ranges of high height, home to creatures including Asiatic elephants, tigers, panthers and egrets. In the Ambukuthi Hills toward the south, Edakkal Caves contain old petroglyphs, some going back to the Neolithic age.
Bandipur National Park: Bandipur National Park, a 874-sq.- km forested hold in the southern Indian territory of Karnataka, is known for its little populace of tigers. Once the private chasing ground of the Maharajas of Mysore, the recreation center likewise harbors Indian elephants, spotted deer, gaurs (buffalo), gazelles and various other local species.
Mudumalai National Park: The Mudumalai National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary likewise an announced tiger save, lies on the northwestern side of the Nilgiri Hills, in Nilgiri District, around 150 kilometers north-west of Coimbatore city in Tamil Nadu.
Edakkal Caves: Edakkal Caves are two normal caverns at a remote area at Edakkal, 25 km from Kalpetta in the Wayanad region of Kerala in India's Western Ghats.
Lord Vishnu ancient temple: old sanctuary devoted to Lord Maha Vishnu in favor of Brahmagiri slope in Kerala. young men needs to expel the shirt before entering to sanctuary and stopping place is accessible to stop there vehicle infront of sanctuary .Spirtual air is likewise great.
Lakkidi View Point :This is the section of Wayanad while originating from the Kozhikode side. Gives a decent perspective of the valley, ghats and the clasp streets. Be careful with the monkeys around the place.
Pookot Lake::This is a pleasant lake which is amidst the mountains. There are sailing choices that you can do.