With its idyllic location in the Nilgiri Biosphere, Wayanad district in Kerala is a land of mysterious mountain caves, thundering waterfalls, large tracts of forest land, ancient ruins, tree houses, jungle trails, exotic wild life and a number of aboriginal tribes. The district's hilly terrain with numerous outback trails and trekking routes makes it an ideal destination for adventure seekers. With 26% forest cover, much of the district still remains unexplored, and constitutes the last surviving tracts of a unique ecosystem.
Major Tourist Spots in wayanad are:
i) Meenmutty Waterfalls, ii) Edakkal Caves, iii) Karapuzha Dam, iv0 Pookote Lake, v) Kuruva Island, vi) Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary etc.,