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Edakkal Caves: 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. 

Chembra Peak: 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 .

Pookode Lake: 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.

Thirunelli Temple: 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.

Soochipara Falls: 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: 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.

Neelimala Viewpoint: 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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