Complete Travel Guide - Bangalore to WayanadA district in north-eastern Kerala, Wayanad is loaded when it comes to natural beauty and places to see. Waterfalls, caves, paddy fields, and historical ruins, it’s a destination that has become prominent in the travel map of India for its natural life and zest ranches.
Being located on the border of Tamil Nadu and Kerala, it is easily accessible from all neighboring South-Indian states and several travelers make it an extended weekend trip from Bangalore city. The moment you enter Wayanad, the landscape around changes dramatically and you would be transported into a natural heaven that intrigues you for as long as you stay and more.
The place also has deep historical significance with archeological evidence suggesting that the forests were inhabited even 3000 years ago. The Stone Age ruins can be seen even today in the several natural caves that are strewn across this beautiful hill station. Culturally, Wayanad means the “Land of the Paddy Fields” and you will see several patches of lush greenery amidst the deep forests, all around.
From the Tholpetty in North to Kalpetta in the South and Muthanga in the East to Mananthavady in the north-west, there’s so much to see and indulge yourself in. a trip to Wayanad would certainly be life-changing and a much-needed break, not very far from Bangalore. You wish you could have come and lived there! Consequently, whenever you see a long extended weekend coming, plan a trip to Wayanad. We bring you all the details that will ensure that your travel is neatly planned.