Edakkal Cave

The Edakkal Caves are a masterpiece of intricate stone carvings dating back to the Neolithic and Mesolithic ages. On this UNESCO World Heritage Site, visitors can experience the power of mini trekking and the petroglyphs of the caves. The caves are two natural formations believed to have formed a large fissure in the boulder. Thus, it got the name Edakkal, which means stone situated in between. Situated in the Ambukuthi Hills, these caves allow tourists to enjoy a trekking expedition to explore the caves. Here, it takes about an hour to reach the top of the hill and you will feel the way up steeply as you go up. You can stop for refreshments at stalls present on either side of the steep trek and enjoy brilliant views of the scenery.

On the way to the caves, the aroma emanating from the coffee plantations gives you a new experience that you will never forget. The caves are somewhat of a treasure for historians and archaeologists, who come here to study the exquisite carvings closely. Historically, the caves were discovered by the Malabar District Superintendent of Police Fred Fawcett in 1890 during his one of the hunting trips to Wayanad.

Explore a world of green fantasy in Kerala

The Wayanad acts as a homeland of many major attractions such as the delight of a nature lover, the humble abode of an adventurer and the favourite destination of those on holiday. Wayanad tourism includes everything from historical sites to parts of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Therefore, the contagiousness and beauty of Wayanad can easily conquer the minds. Now let us dive into the lap of the incredible hill station and see some of the most remarkable places in Wayanad

Edakkal Cave

The Edakkal Caves are a masterpiece of intricate stone carvings dating back to the Neolithic and Mesolithic ages.


Muthanga Forest is a densely forested area that offers a complete feast for nature lovers and wildlife lovers.

Thamarasseri Churam Night View

The Thamarassery Pass, which connects Wayanad with Kozhikode, opens up a whole new range of hairpin bends and offers you a breathtaking view

Kuruva Dweep

Kuruva Island or Kuruva Island is a protected river delta consisting of a group of islands in the middle of the Kabini River in Wayanad.

Pantom Rock

Phantom rock is a popular destination among trekkers and hikers alike. As the name suggests, this is a unique and famous place.

Pookode Lake

When you visit Pookode lake surrounded by forests, which attracts a lot of tourists to Wayanad,

Pakshi Pathalam

Wayanad is an ideal place to listen to the melodies of the birds, understand nature and enjoy their pleasant view.

Chembra Peak

If you are a fan of tranquil beauty and an adventurous traveller, Chembra Peak in Wayanad is a perfect tourist stop for you.