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Sultan Bathery

This largest town in the Wayanad district of Kerala, is slowly becoming a hub of tourism and commercial activities, especially as getaways for the techies of Bangalore, with its luscious greenery and historical earmarks. Some attractions here include the prehistoric Edakkal Caves, which are etched with stone age carvings and petroglyphs. They can be reached by a picturesque 45-minute trek up the Ambukuthi Hill, the entire lusciously green trail dotted with coffee plantations making the entire journey aromatic, educational and soulful. Adding to that, there's a telescope installed near the caves that serves as a window to the surrounding country's panoramic beauty. On the same lines, 5 km away from Edakkal lies Thovarimala Ezhuthupara, another historical treasure that is an obscurely located rock shelter atop a hill, etched with carvings and petroglyphs dating back to 1000 BC. To connect more with nature, Chethalayam Falls and Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary are imperative for visitation. Places such as Wilton Restaurant, Cafe Mouj and Red Chilli are famous for mouthwatering Indian and international dishes.
Ranjit Periyasami
After Safari its 5 Pm, there was small water stream opposite to Sulthan Bathery Checkpost RTO offcie. we planned to take bath there.
Abhishek Anand (aKa)
We reched out hotel and in the evening went out exploring the street food, we had Beef / Chicken with mallabar paratha, the taste was ok.
Ankur Aggarwal
The place is situated near Sultan Bathery. You need to trek a lot to get to this place. First we need to do steep trek of appx 1.5-2Km and then after reaching the caves, you need to do stair trek (approx 500). A very good city view awaits for you at the top. Also includes stone age writings.
On my way back, I enjoyed a sumptuous lunch in Bathery, another small town 30 kms away from Kalpetta. Sultan Bathery (popularly known as Bathery) in the ancient times was a reservoir of arms for Tipu Sulthan’s army, mainly due to its proximity to Mysore.The lunch was a gourmet on the platter. Several types of fish preparations are available. The one with a lot of organic herbs wrapped in a banana leaf was my favorite. Seasonally, one can also relish prawns. The black pepper juicy chicken was also something that I found unique in its preparation.On one of these days I also had a chance to enjoy the traditional Kerala meal. On a banana leaf they served six different types of curries with steam rice accompanied by papadam followed by a payasam (Kheer/sweet). It was authentic vegetarian food which included sambhar, rasam, beetroot, pineapple, payasam. Though serving on the banana leaf is not a very common tradition these days in Kerala but some restaurants on prior bookings can make the arrangements. Hotel Jubilee in Bathery is one of them.The rest of the evening was spent shopping in the local market. The most colorful lungis (traditional lower wear in South India) were available in some of the textile handloom showrooms. I also bought some spices like white pepper, cinnamon, etc. for the kitchen back home. Gandhi Gram outlets are some of the most genuine places for shopping.
A beautiful town .