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Wayanad Tour Packages

What do nature lovers seek in a holiday? Calm, pristine beauty and a warm local culture. Ticking all the right boxes is the small district of Wayanad in Kerala. A haven for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts, Wayanad is a lesser-known gem in Kerala. However, the district is gradually becoming one of the most revealing places to visit in Kerala. Travellers are slowly discovering the incomparable beauty and geographical importance of this hilly hamlet through Wayanad tour packages.


If this is your first visit to this gorgeous district, the best way to ensure you have a memorable trip is by booking Wayanad tour packages. This will save you from the stress of planning and booking hotels, sightseeing tours and arranging transport. Booking Wayanad tour packages means you can sit back and enjoy the beauty of this place.


Among the places that are a part of Wayanad tour packages, Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is the most popular. The location of the district ensures that travellers get the best of everything. Situated amidst the Western Ghats, the district shares its border with both Karnataka and Kerala. In 1980, Wayanad was declared a district of Kerala, but one can still see traces of both cultures in the local way of life.


Choosing Wayanad tour packages for trips around the district are ideal for nature lovers, photographers and wildlife buffs. At the same time, Wayanad is also a blessing for luxury travellers. With customised Wayanad tour packages which include a stay at luxury resorts and villas, you can expect a relaxing and rejuvenating vacation amidst surreal beauty.

Wayanad Highlights

The best way to make the most out of a trip to Wayanad is by booking customised Wayanad tour packages. Perfectly suited to your travel style, budget and requirements, Wayanad tour packages are ideal for a memorable trip.

Among the best places to visit listed in Wayanad tour packages is Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary. Recognised as the second-largest wildlife sanctuary in Kerala, a trip to Wayanad is incomplete unless you admire the flora and fauna here. Established in 1973, the sanctuary is part of Nagarhole, Bandipur and Mudumalai. Since the sanctuary encompasses a vast area, exploring the area can take up most of your day. A part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, a guided tour is the best way to explore the sanctuary.


The periphery of the sanctuary is inhabited by several tribes and the government makes constant effort to protect and conserve the land. To make it easier for travellers to explore the sanctuary, it is divided into two parts – Upper Wayanad and Lower Wayanad.


Your mesmerising experience in Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary begins as you make your way through the lush fields leading to the sanctuary. The scenic views of stunning plantations and thick forests are only an introduction to the rich flora and fauna that await you inside the sanctuary.


This popular spot is dotted with teak, silver oak and eucalyptus plantations and has rich flora comprising of unusual trees which add to the experience of booking Wayanad tour packages. Some of the trees that you should look out for are snake tree, axlewood and rosewood. stereospermum colias, anogeissus latifolia and dalbergia latifolia. The sanctuary is home to a large number of animals including bears, bison, elephants and langurs. Bird lovers can also enjoy a memorable experience of bird watching since the sanctuary is home to 216 birds and counting. You can spot owls, black woodpeckers, jungle fowls and babblers. One certainly needs about three to four hours to explore the sanctuary so we highly recommend keeping ample time aside in your schedule.


Another beautiful place which is part of all Wayanad tour packages is Edakkal Caves. Counted among the most popular places in Kerala, the prehistoric caves are naturally occurring alcoves and are a sureshot delight for history buffs. History buffs have a lot to admire while photographers can spend time documenting the rocks and intricate carvings that form part of the caves. The stonework in the cave dates back to 5000 BC. The caves are located at a height and one needs to trek for at least an hour and a half to reach the entrance. Once you reach the entrance, you have to walk another 45 minutes to make it to the mouth of the caves.


The site has two levels and we recommend exploring the caves either with a guide or in a group. The cave on the first level is accessible through a small opening, opposite to which lies another opening which is the roof. The second cave is much bigger in size and one can see animal and human figures carved on the walls. Of course, the figurines are slightly damaged owing to climatic wear and tear but one can still admire the carvings.


Chembra Peak is another crowd-pulling attraction in Wayanad tour packages. A trek to the peak should definitely be a part of your Wayanad itinerary if you are an adventure enthusiast. It is the highest peak in the Wayanad hill range, and the views of the city and surrounding areas from the summit are breathtaking.


Imagine soothing lush greenery and blue skies setting the perfect ambience for a picture-perfect moment. Trekkers often keep aside a full day to explore this beautiful peak upon booking their Wayanad tour packages. The heart-shaped lake here will surely take your breath away. It’s said that the lake never dries and is one of its kind in the entire state. If you don’t want to trek, you can also explore the lake from another route which starts from Meppady. Travellers should also try not to miss out on breathtaking views of Banasura Sagar Dam, an ideal spot for photographers to capture beauteous landscape.


Remember that one needs a permit for the trek from the forest officer and it’s best to include this permit in your Wayanad tour packages. This not only helps you avoid the paperwork but also gives you a chance of exploring the area with the help of a guide.

Wayanad Most Recent Reviews

Monday. 2nd September<br> After a good night's sleep, we decided to soak in the beauty of Wayanad to the max before leaving for Bangalore. We decided to explore the villa estate and get mesmerized by the greenery all around.<br> After the energizing walk around the villa, we had Maggi from breakfast and checked out of the villa. We started for Bangalore at 11 AM. After a lunch halt just outside Mysore and a coffee break at Ramanagara, we managed to reach home at 6:30 PM.<br> If only the Bangalore-Mysore stretch can be upgraded a bit, then the travel time would be reduced to some extent. But all in all, it was a good trip and we all enjoyed a lot.<br>
I am currently touring across South India, and Wayanad was the third stop I made after Coorg. This was the first time I was visiting Kerala and I completely fell in love with it.<br> I stayed in a homestay, Kudajadri Drizzle that enhanced the overall experience. Living with a local family and eating local food, it couldn't get any better.<br> .<br> I toured Wayanad in 2 days, and in this video I take you with on my first day in the city.<br> .<br>
Wayanad, a wonderful district in the north-east of Kerala state, India! It is also known as the Green Paradise in the midst of the Western Ghats. The name ‘Wayanad’ is derived from ‘Vayal Nadu’ which translates to ‘The land of paddy fields’ in English. If you’re planning to visit Wayanad, let me tell you, this hill station is rich in its flora and fauna. It comprises mainly of tea-coffee plantations and it is full of green valleys, dense forests and amazing wildlife.Thinking of the alluring greenery, a road trip to Wayanad, is the best option thus, I opted for a bike ride. I planned this trip with my wife. Also, Wayanad does not have a train station and the nearest station is Kozhikode (Calicut), at a distance of 77 KMS from Wayanad, thus travelling by your own vehicle or hiring a cab is feasible. It is bordered by Karnataka to north and north-east & Bengaluru to Wayanad is approximately 301 KMS.<br> The Route We Took:<br> 1) Route that we took was from Bangalore- via Mysore – Nanjangudu – Gundlupet – Sulthan Bathery.<br> 2) Once you reach Mysore take Ooty road from Mysore.<br> 3) After 58 KMS on Ooty road from Mysore, you will get a small town called Gudelpet (Gundlupet). You will get a forest/RTO check post in the same place. You have to take right turn towards Calicut NH. You can see the sign board towards Calicut (Kozhikode). Please don’t go straight after the check post from Gudelpet unless you want to reach Ooty. Because that’s the road towards Ooty!<br> 4) After Gundelpet, you have around 57 KMS to Sulthan Bathery. Sulthan Bathery is the first town you get once you reach Wayanad.<br> 5) On the way to Wayanad from Gudelpet, you have to cross through the forest area. Then, you will get Wayanad Wild Life Sanctuary.<br>
Nature’s abode that is very much capable of providing its visitors with the best of everything is what Wayanad in Kerala is all about. Spot this southernmost tip of Deccan plateau and enjoy trekking, boating, safaris and much more. Also, learn more about Kerala here.<br>

Wayanad Travel Blogs

Wayanad is counted among the lesser-known places in Kerala and not many travellers head to this beautiful district. Gradually, this trend is changing and more travellers are heading to this gorgeous hamlet. Owing to the number of tourist attractions, things to do and places to stay, it’s best to learn more about Wayanad before booking Wayanad tour packages. Travellers are undoubtedly the best source of information to plan your trip and we have a few useful tips from Wayanad travel blogs.

“In the 2 days, we visited Banasura Dam, Meenmutty Waterfalls, Vythiri Viewpoint, Lakkidi Village, Pookode Lake and Soojipara waterfalls all this as the landscape changed from coffee plants to tea estates and from small hills to large mountains. We really wanted to trek the Chembra peak but the road leading to the mountain was blocked. Most of these are popular spots recommended by locals and travel sites but what we realized is, the routes leading to these popular destinations are unbelievably beautiful, probably more beautiful than the spots themselves.” – Vachana Shetty

“All the places are in different routes so if you take the local transport then you will not be able to cover all these places in one day in Wayanad. The best thing that you can do is hire a Bike and cover whole Wayanad and explore the local areas also. I was already travelling from last 3 days and just reached Wayanad so I thought of hiring a Jeep and i think i made a good decision as I covered a lot of places.” – Sudo

“Lakkidi View point - Lakkidi is the gateway to Wayanad & is a rich biodiversity area with deciduous rain forests rich in condiments and spices. The view point is on the ghats, it is covered in the clouds mostly & gives a very thrilling view of the hills and forests of the area. The best time to visit is between 11 AM and 1 PM. It is very near to Vythiri” – Shoumava A Sengupta

Wayanad Weather And The Best Time To Visit

Because of to the alpine location and tropical climate of Wayanad, the district can be visited throughout the year. But like most places, Wayanad also has a popular tourist season which sees the maximum number of holidaymakers. March to May is when Wayanad tour packages are the most expensive and popular owing to the pleasant climate and numerous folk festivals which take place. Ideal for sightseeing, this is also when you can enjoy numerous trekking and hiking tours.


June to October in Wayanad is monsoon and like all hill stations, the district is at its lushest. If you are travelling on a budget, this is the best time to book Wayanad tour packages. There aren’t too many tourists and hotels are willing to offer sizeable discounts. While you may not be able to trek as much, you can explore the numerous waterfalls in the district.


Winter falls between October and February and is also considered peak season in Wayanad. Wayanad tour packages are usually expensive during this time but if you are planning a luxury trip where budget is not a constraint, this is the perfect season. The weather during the day is pleasant and the nights are chilly so you can experience the best of mountainous weather. It’s best to book your Wayanad tour packages at least a month before you travel. Christmas and New Year are celebrated with much enthusiasm here so ensure you don’t miss out on the festivities.

Wayanad For Families And Couples

Wayanad is one of the most beautiful places to visit with your partner. The most lucrative thing about travelling to Wayanad is the incredible number of places to see, so you can expect an action-packed trip. Wayanad tour packages for couples are the best way to enjoy a relaxed and hassle-free trip and leave the planning to the organisers. Among the best things to do in Wayanad, one can spend a day trekking and exploring Chembra Peak, head to Lakkidi, a popular entry point into Wayanad, and spend time exploring Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary. Lakkidi is a beautiful hill station and is home to lakes, waterfalls, meadows and lush greenery. If you are a luxury traveller, you can include a two-day stay in a boutique property to add charm to your vacation. Wayanad is an ideal destination if you and your partner want to enjoy the serenity of nature without the chaos of city life.


On the other hand, if you are looking to explore Wayanad with your family, you can expect a memorable vacation as well. One of the many hidden gems in Kerala, Wayanad is a complete family destination with treks, wildlife tours, photography walks and hikes to keep your entire group busy. In case you are travelling with elderly persons, we recommend customising your Wayanad tour packages accordingly to avoid tricky terrains and treks. You can also enjoy a family vacation to Wayanad in a sprawling resort which promises a luxurious and relaxing experience.

Wayanad Local Cuisine

Food lovers travelling to Wayanad are in for a savoury surprise. The local cuisine of the district promises a variety of dishes that are inspired by the state’s history and culture. The dishes are rich in flavours and are prepared using local, fresh ingredients. You can explore the food culture through the numerous local eating joints which are a part of Wayanad tour packages and will offer you a memorable experience.


Among the best dishes to try in Wayanad, we suggest fish moilee, which is made using curry leaves, mustard seeds and coconut milk. You must also try kattu soup, which is prepared using raw mango pulp, tapioca and fish. For non-vegetarians, nandan beef fry and karimeen pollichathu are must-haves. Since there are a number of local food joints in Wayanad, we recommend including all of them in Wayanad tour packages so you can enjoy the best of the state’s cuisine. Among the most popular restaurants, you must try the Coffee Grove Restaurant, Udupi Restaurant, Wilton Restaurant and Santript Veg Restaurant.

Written by Kirat Sodhi. She is a proud mom of three cats and lives for lemon tea, a good book and spontaneous travel plans.

Frequently Asked Questions

Wayanad tour packages for a family vacation can cost anywhere between Rs.15,000 and Rs.25,000. Prices of family Wayanad packages will vary depending on the duration of the trip and the kind of resorts you choose to stay in.

The best places to include in Wayanad tour packages are Chembra Hill, Banasura Sagar Dam, Chain Tree, Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary, Soochipara waterfall, Kuruva Island and Jain Temple.

Wayanad tour packages for a one-day trip can cost travellers between Rs.1000 and Rs.5000.

The best places to include in Wayanad tour packages are Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, Phantom Rock, Pakshipathalam Bird Sanctuary, Lakkidi View Point and the heart-shaped lake enroute Chembra Peak.

The best season to book Wayanad tour packages is between October and February. The weather is ideal for sightseeing and you can book numerous hiking, trekking and camping trips.

The best resorts which can be included in Wayanad tour packages are Vythiri Village Resort, Seagot Banasura, Oxyfarm Resorts, Silverwoods Resort, Upavan Resort, Wayanad Coffee Trail Resort and C G H Wayanad Wild.

The best restaurants part of Wayanad tour packages are Wilton Restaurant, Green Gates Restaurant, Chaithram, Cinnamon Restaurant, the Hill District Club and the Wayanad Gate.

The best things to do in Wayanad included in Wayanad tour packages are a trek to Chembra Peak, a tour of tea plantations, a visit to Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, bamboo rafting on Kuruva Island, boating on Pookode Lake and cycling along the winding hill roads of the district.

Packing is an important step before all trips. What you pack depends on the kind of places you are visiting and the season. Before you plan and book Wayanad tour packages, here are five things which you should take.

1. A pair of sturdy walking shoes
2. A light jacket
3. A torch
4. A pair of sunglasses and sunscreen
5. All your identification documents

The best mid-budget resorts that can be a part of Wayanad tour packages are Upavan Resort, Rippon Mount Resorts, Aranyakam Homestay, Blue Ginger Spa Resorts and Rain Country Resorts.