Escaping to the Misty Wayanad Hills

The name Wayanad derived from ‘Wayalnadu’ means land of paddy fields is a district in the north-east of Kerala state known for its lovely mist clad hill stations and also home to the largest concentration of tribal population in the state. The prehistoric engravings in Eddakal caves bear testimony to a pre-historic culture dating back to the Mesolithic Age.

Strikingly scenic, the rich natural resources of Wayanad offer several opportunities to suit everyone's taste. You can sit back and relax in the beautiful resorts or engage in several adventure activities. Recently Wicked Spoon Confessions took break to experience the awe-inspiring beauty, lush-green landscape and serene environment of this enchanting hill station. Here are our top moments from the trip.

Enjoying the Postcard Vistas from Sharoy Resort
Photo moments from the infinity pool
Sunset from the infinity pool
Walk around the beautiful Pookode Lake
A secret spot accessible only to locals - LUCKY ME
A fishing experience on an indigenous tribal fishing boat made of bamboo
Beautiful Banasura Dam  - Asia's 2nd largest Mud Dam
Swinging in the shade of trees at Banasura Dam
Trying my hands at bamboo rafting at Pozhuthana Puzha

How to get to Wayanad:

Air: Kozhikode is the nearest airport
Rail: Kozhikode is the nearest railway station
Road: Well connected through roads with all major cities and other tourist destinations like Ooty and Mysore

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