Wayanad Wonders: Top 11 Must-Visit Places You Can't Miss!
The moment I stepped into Edakkal Caves, it felt like entering a portal to the past. The ancient rock art and formations whispered stories of a time long ago.
Banasura Sagar Dam
At Banasura Sagar Dam, surrounded by emerald hills, I found tranquility. The vast expanse of water and the lush greenery created a soothing canvas for the soul.
The trek to Chembra Peak was not just about conquering heights; it was about embracing nature's grandeur. The heart-shaped Chembra Lake at the summit felt like a reward .
As I rowed across Pookode Lake, surrounded by the fragrance of forests, it was a moment of serenity. The stillness of the water mirrored the calm within.
In the sacred space of Thirunelli Temple, nestled in the hills, I felt a connection to something timeless. The spiritual aura and the scenic setting left an indelible impression.
The trek to Soochipara Falls was an adventure through the heart of Wayanad's wilderness. The thundering cascade amidst the dense forest was nature at its rawest.
Meenmutty Falls, with its majestic descent, was a sight to behold. The sheer power of the waterfall echoed the untamed beauty of Wayanad.
Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary
Walking through the sanctuary, I became a spectator to nature's drama. The rustle of leaves, the calls of the wild, and the elusive wildlife created a symphony .
Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary
In Muthanga, the safari was a dance with nature. Spotting elephants and other creatures in their natural habitat was like being part of a secret world.
At Neelimala, standing amidst the mist-kissed hills, I felt on top of the world. The panoramic views of the Western Ghats were a visual poetry written by Wayanad.
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