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Wayanad is a true paradise for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts. With its lush greenery, misty mountains, and beautiful streams, Wayanad offers a unique experience to its visitors. Wayanad is home to several resorts with swimming pools, private pool villas  and in-house ziplines, making it a perfect destination for a fun-filled family vacation or an exciting weekend getaway with friends. 

Things to do in Wayanad 

One of the most popular tourist destinations in Wayanad is the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary. You can see endangered animals like the Indian bison, tigers, and elephants in the dense teak forest. Hiking in Wayanad is a wonderful attraction for many adventure seekers. Among the breathtaking hiking routes that wind through evergreen forests and high grasslands are the Chembra Peak Trek, Brahmagiri Peak Trek, Banasura Sagar Dam Trek, and Pakshipathalam Trek. Another notable destination that attracts many nature lovers' attention is the Banasura Sagar Dam and Pookode Lake. The lake offers beautiful scenery and fantastic boating opportunities. The Edakkal Caves is a must visit if one wants to learn more about the history of the area. The human and animal figure carvings on the stones and walls of the cave depict the art of the Neolithic Era. 

Nearby Tourist Places to Visit in Wayanad 

By staying at Resorts in Wayanad, one can travel to all the attractive tourist spots. The Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, Chethalayam Waterfall, Sri Mahaganapathy Temple in Thiruvangoor, Pazhassi Raja Museum, Pookode Lake, and Edakkal Caves are some of Wayanad's top tourist destinations. The Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary, Tholpetty, Karapuzha Dam, Jain Temple at Sultan Bathery, Tiger Valley, Meenmutty Falls, Soochippara Waterfalls, Chembra Hills, Bird Sanctuary in north Wayanad, Thirunelli Temple, and Kuruva Islands are a few additional nearby tourist attractions in and around Wayanad. 

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