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Trekking in Wayanad is all about being in the midst of mushy trees, daring wildlife, humming waterfalls and enchanted forests. Described as the paradise on Earth, this destination in Kerala is a trekking heaven. Versatility is what defines the Wayanad trails and there are plenty of treks available whether you are a amaetur or a seasoned trekking enthusiast. 
If you are someone who loves a bit of space and quiet, you must make the most of Wayanad trekking and come to the Banasura hills. The beguiling trekking trail from the Banasura Dam to the peak ahead takes you through rolling grasslands.

Some of the best treks in Wayanad include the Chembra peak trek and Pakshipathalam hiking trail that take you through disarming terrains. Pakshipathalam hiking trail lets you encounter lush meadows, dense forests, besides engaging in cave diving and bird watching. While, the uphill trek to the Chembra peak refreshes your lungs with the mountain air and treats you to the spectacular sight of a heart-shaped pond on a green meadow bed. 

Regardless of whether you are trekking in group or solo, the Kalladi forest trek in Wayanad is another one that you will not like to miss. This one takes you through spice gardens, tea estates with the trail finally leading you to the captivating Kalladi forest where you are left gaping at beautiful trees, rivers and streams.
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People Also Ask About Trekking in Wayanad

  1. Where is Wayanad located? How can I reach?

    Wayanad is a beautiful district situated in the north east of the coconut state of Kerala and is mainly known as the abode of Kerala’s tribal population, with luxuriant forested lands enriched with misty valleys. There are three distinct way to reach the district: by air, by railways, and by road.

    • Air: The nearest airport to reach Wayanad is the Calicut International Airport which is located around 65 km away. After landing one can easily find taxis and cars that will take them directly to the Wayanad district.
    • Road: If you are travelling by road, you can get access to the place through many roads from different parts of Kerala as well as Karnataka. Visitors can easily board KSRTC buses from cities like Bangalore, Mysore, Kochi and many others that will directly lead you to your destined place.
    • Train: As per the information, the Wayanad district is not directly connected by railway service so the visitors and travellers can take a train till Kozhikode and after reaching can hire taxis and cars to travel to Wayanad.
  2. How far is Wayanad from Bangalore?

    The Wayanad district of Kerala is just 262 km away from the city of Bangalore. If you are travelling by bus it will take you 9 hours to reach Wayanad from the Kalasipalayam bus stand from where you can easily get a private bus service to take you to the district. As Wayanad is not connected with railway services directly but is nearer to the Nanjangud station which is 109 km from Wayanad. The best train to catch from Bangalore to Wayanad is the TirupatiChamrajnagar express.

    It will take just 1 hour from Bangalore to reach the Kozhikode airport if you are travel by air and you can’t easily get cheaper flights from Bangalore to Wayanad via Kozhikode. The most pleasant and beautiful journey to Wayanad is by road as it will take you through a scenic journey of nature’s beauty.

  3. What is the best time to visit Wayanad for trekking?

    Wayanad contains a salubrious atmosphere all throughout the year. But the best time to visit the beautiful trekking site is from October to May. During this time one can easily get access to nature’s beauty and can also participate in various activities like boating, trekking, hiking, camping, sightseeing and many other adventure activities in Wayanad.

  4. Is it safe to trek in Wayanad during the monsoon?

    Wayanad is the most romantic place to visit during monsoon. It rains heavily in the district giving the tourist a different thrill and experience. But if you are into trekking and any other adventure activity, then rainy days are not a right time to visit as it can be quite dangerous.

  5. What should I carry while visiting Wayanad?

    If you are going for a vacation or even trekking you can pack things according to the kind of trip you have planned. But there are five essential things that one needs to carry when packing for Wayanad.

    • One bag- A bag is most needed to carry your stuffs and all the other things.
    • One water bottle
    • Torch
    • Sleeping bag
    • A small shoulder bag or a sling bag for any important documents, essentials or even cash
    • Insect repellant

    Choose the things carefully according to your comfort and travel plan.

  6. What are the different trekking options available in Wayanad? What sort of treks are there?

    There are many places and mountains where you can go trekking and hiking. The district of Wayanad gives you places to trek like Chembra peak, Pakshipathalam, Banasura hill, Kattukunnu and SaipuKunnu. These trekking sites will give you an amazing experience and bewitch you. They take you through pristine wildlife, adventure trails and other adventures that will make your visit a memorable one.

  7. What will be the cost of trekking in Wayanad?

    Trekking trips in Wayanad are not very costly and one can easily afford the trekking expenditure while having all the fun and enjoyment of the journey. The cost of the trips and adventures vary with the type of trek and package you opt for.

  8. Is it safe to do trekking in Wayanad?

    Wayanad gives you the most amazing and thrilling trekking experience, if you are looking for some fun and adventure. The hills and forest present in the district provide the best trekking programs to make your adventure an unforgettable and most memorable one.


    Yes, it is very safe to go trekking in the district of Wayanad as they provide you adventure as well as take care of your safety and security. Wayanad is a great trekking site because of its constant pleasant weather which allows you to enjoy it even more. The place is quite risky for the trekkers and the campers and other adventure tourists during the monsoon time as it rains heavily and the path can get quite slippery and dangerous.

  9. Which is the highest peak for trekking in Wayanad?

    The highest peak in Wayanad is the Chembra peak situated at 2,100 meters above the sea level and it is the most ideal trekking place. Not only does that peak contain the most famous heart shaped lake, the HridayaSaras is also believed to never dry up.


    With permission from the forest department, you can pursue wild life trekking for two days and get a great wildlife experience right up to the peak. One has to cross seven tiny hills before reaching the main Chembra hill.

  10. Do we need to book a group tour for trekking in Wayanad? Can a solo person do it as well?

    Trekking is fun when it is done with friends and with people who love trekking and adventure. A group trek provides you more fun and makes the trek enjoyable when you do other adventure activities along with them.


    Group trips and adventure packages give you access to many more adventure programs that cannot be accessed when you go on trips alone. But, you can even go on a lone trekking trip in Wayanad and can even have a pleasurable time. But going in a group of people or with friends is the best thing to do.

  11. What kind of fitness I am expected to have for trekking in Wayanad?

    Trekking is not a simple thing that you can opt for whenever you want to; one should have a sound health to go trekking in the hilly areas. One should be free of heart problems, blood pressure problems and breathing difficulties. Even people with joint problems or with phobia of heights are recommended not to be part of thesetreks.

  12. Can I do trekking in Chembra Peak Trek? What sort of a trek is it?

    Trekking in the one of the highest ranges of Wayanad will give you an amazing and everlasting experience. It is a wonderful time to spend trekking the misty green mountain peaks and falling in love with the nature all over again.


    It is a fun and enjoyable trekking experience one can easily get if they go trekking in the Chembra hills. You cannot get enough out of this trek as the heart shaped; never drying lake will make you go speechless. If you go trekking to Wayanad then Chembra hills are a must visit place in there.

  13. What sort of trekking is Pakshipathalam? How difficult it is?

    It is the second most amazing place to trek in the Wayanad district. It is mainly popular for its name as an abode of a variety of birds. A one day trek to the lap of nature filled with birds from different paradise will give you an amazing time. It will take away all your stress and trekking pain. It is a must visit trekking site that everyone should visit.

  14. Are there any waterfall treks in Wayanad?

    There are three main waterfalls situated in the Wayanad district of Kerala. The waterfalls like Soochipara waterfalls, MakkiyadMeenmutty waterfalls and the Thusharagiri waterfalls. This waterfall trekking will be one of the best things that you can add in your package. The smooth falling of the waterfalls and the melody will make you wonder.

  15. Which caves are famous for trekking in Wayanad?

    The one and only famous cave that is present in the Wayanad district is the Edakkal caves that are a pure definition of nature’s skills and its architecture. Tourists have to trek to the height of 4000 ft above the sea level. The mesmerizing view of the caves will take you to a different level.

  16. Is there a chance of facing the wild animals while trekking in Wayanad?

    There are many wildlife creatures that you can come across while trekking into the forest or hills. Most of the wildlife here is not dangerous. However, for the safety and security of the trekkers, it is recommended that visitors are accompanied by a guide.

  17. Can we do camping as well in Wayanad? Where we can do it?

    There are many places where you can go camping with your friends and family and also can have a great time having fun and a lot of enjoyment. Places like the hill district club, blue mango; solitude Wayanad gives you some of the best camping experiences in Wayanad.

  18. What should I wear while trekking in Wayanad?

    The best clothes you can pack for your trip are your most comfortable trekking suits or else the pants in which you will feel comfortable. Comfort is the first thing you should keep in mind before packing for the Wayanad trekking.

  19. What all places can I see in Wayanad?

    Wayanad has got amazing tourist places, here are some of them:

    • Chembra Peak
    • Edakkal Caves
    • BanasuraSagar Dam, Kalpetta
    • Bamboo Forest, Muthanga
    • Chain Tree, Vythiri
    • Jain Temple, Sulthan Battery
    • Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary
    • Kuruva Island
    • Soochipara Falls, Kalpetta
    • Pakshipathalam Bird Sanctuary
    • The Bamboo Factory, Uravu
    • Pookode Lake, Kalpetta
    • Phantom Rock
    • Meenmutty Waterfalls
    • Lakkidi View Point
    • Thirunelli Temple, Thirunelli
    • Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary
    • Spice Trail of Wayanad
  20. Is it safe for a solo female to trek in Wayanad?

    Wayanad trekking trips provide you great safety and security to anyone who be a part of it so a lone female trekker can also have a great time trekking on the hills and exploring.

  21. What are the different things apart from trek which can be done in Wayanad?

    There are many things one can do in Wayanad apart from trekking. There is sightseeing, camping, boating, and many other things that will keep you busy in the Wayanad district.

  22. What kind of home stays I can find in Wayanad?

    There are hotels, motels and even private villas that you can book according to your preference. And the best part is you can even night camp with a bonfire and a starry night which is one of the main attractions of many of the homestays. Popular home stays  in Wayanad include:

    • Vythiri Village Homestay
    • Spice Garden Homestay
    • Summer Villa
    • Enteveedu Homestay
    • Melvin’s Homestay
    • Peter’s Hill View Residency
    • SundaraMahal Homestay
    • Dhanagiri Homestay
    • Misty Meadows Homestay
    • Annapara Homestay
    • Meenmutty Heights Homestay
    • Villa Wayanad
    • The Wayanad Gate
    • Rocky Nest Homestay

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