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Old March 12th, 2013, 03:46 AM   #41
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The Kerala government has proposed to set up a feeder airport in the tourism-oriented Wayanad district.

The Airports Authority of India had suggested a 100-hectare site at Panamaram, Nadavayal village. The government plans to construct the airport in the public-private partnership mode.

The Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation (KSIDC) has been entrusted with the techno, economic feasibility study and environment impact assessment of the project. Knight Frank India Limited has been appointed to prepare the techno economic feasibility report and the environment impact assessment. Both the reports will be submitted in six months and the government will take further measures, a KSIDC release said.

The airport is aimed at boosting the connectivity to the district, which has several tourism spots. The airport will enhance the tourists inflow to the district. At present, Wayanad is connected only through roads. Feeder airport will offer connectivity to the nearest international airports like Kochi and Kozhikode. The government also plans to have other supplementary infrastructure facilities in the area to stimulate economic activity in the backward district, which has the highest adivasi population in Kerala.

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We wayanadns hearing this for long time. People divided into two groups in Panamaram and in favour of airstrip and protection of paddy fields. Like the political unrest created by oposition Party in Tigers issue, this project will sunk in future.

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We wayanadns hearing this for long time. People divided into two groups in Panamaram and in favour of airstrip and protection of paddy fields. Like the political unrest created by oposition Party in Tigers issue, this project will sunk in future.


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Hot spots of Wayanad one must Visit in a life time



As born in Wayanad, I discovered most of all attractions in my journey of my life. Still I think missing more things or to have a re visit. This list is hot spots inside our District.
This is the list of places to visit for an average Man. I given my marks according to my observations and importance. Give your opinion and score.

1.Lakkidi/View Point ; Visited several times. Score: 8/10

I had to go through this ghat road in my numorous trips to Calicut. Each and Every time I spent at least 5 minutes in this
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It is further 5 km away from the nearby town of Vythiri that has steep mountains and dense forests. Lakkidi View Point offers beautiful views of the cliffs and valleys surrounding the region.


There are many expensive hill resorts at Lakkidi that provide accommodation near tea and coffee plantations. Lakkidi is also famous for the Chain Tree, which is a large chain bound ficus tree situated near the destination.
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Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary: Visited two times. Score: 7/10





Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the famous wildlife reserves in the district of Wayanad. It is famous for its night camping and a watchtower, which is located above the lake. This lake is also the main source of water for the wild animals inhabiting the sanctuary. The sanctuary is part of the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary and is situated about 15 km north of Mananthavady.

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It is well-connected with Nagarhole in the state of Karnataka by road. This sanctuary is home to numerous animal species like jungle cat, bison, tiger, etc. There are more than 900 elephants in this wildlife sanctuary, which is considered to be the same place where Pazhassi Raja fought the British. The ideal time for visiting this sanctuary is between September and May.
Timing: 6 am - 8 am
3 pm – 5:30 pm
Admission Fees: INR10 (Indian)
INR100 (Foreigner)
INR100 (Guide)
INR50 – INR150 (Vehicle entry)
INR25 – INR150 (Camera)
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3.Chembra Peak ; Not Visited . Score: 7/10











Chembra Peak is one of the tallest mountain peaks in the district of Wayanad, which is 2,100 metres above the main sea level. Trekking and mountain climbing are popular activities here. Temporary camps have been set up on the top of this peak for providing accommodation to mountain climbers. This peak lies 14 km west of Kalpetta town and is also located close to Meppadi town.


The District Tourism Promotion Council (DTPC) offers sleeping bags, canvas, log huts, guides and trekking equipment. From the top of the peak, trekkers can see the entire Wayanad District. Prior permission is required from the Forest Range Officer at Meppadi for trekking at Chembra Peak.


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4.Banasura dam :Not Visited . Score: 7/10











Banasura Sagar Dam is situated 15 km north west of Kalpetta. It is the second largest earth dam in Asia and the largest in India. The dam has been constructed on Banasura Lake, situated amidst the Banasura Hills. It is believed that these hills were named after the demon king Banasura, who was the son of king Mahabali.


It is a popular picnic spot which offers boating and other recreational activities. The dam was built using big stones and boulders. This dam site is also considered to be an ideal trekking point. Tourists can visit this dam during the monsoon season, when small islands can be seen in the dam reservoir.


It was constructed under the Indian Banasura Sagar Project that was started with an aim of supporting the Kakkayam Hydro Electric Power Project. This project also aimed at contributing to the drinking water and irrigation requirements of the locals during the hot summer season.



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5.Edakkal Caves : Visited two times . Score: 8/10

The Edakkal Caves feature a crevice of around 96 feet in length, 30 feet in depth and 22 feet in width. There is a fissure at this site that was created due to splitting of a rock. This fissure and rock walls feature carvings of animal and human figures of the pre-historic period.


The caves are located around 25 km from Kalpetta and about 3 km from Ambalavayal. The trekking trail to these ancient caves from Edakkal extends around 1 km. These caves can be best visited in the morning and can be easily reached from Sulthan Bathery, which is around 16 km away.


Trekking is possible through Ambukuthi Hills to travel to these Edakkal Caves. The trekking route is covered with coffee plantations and takes around 45 minutes to climb up the hills. There is a ticket office situated on the hill top from where travellers can buy entry tickets. An iron gate at the entrance leads inside these caves, which take tourists to the pre-historic period.


There is a telescope near these caves that are used for seeing the surrounding valley. The Edakkal Caves were discovered in 1895 by the Superintendent of Police of Malabar District, Fred Fawcett, when he was going on a hunting trip.
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These caves also comprise three different sets of petroglyphs that are more than 7,000 years old. It is the sole place where tourists can see Stone Age carvings in South India, with few of them belonging to the Mesolithic and Neolithic Age. Recent findings state that these caves were once related to the Indus Valley Civilisation, where tourists can see around 400 signs, including ‘a man with a jar cup’.


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6.Soochipara Falls : Not Visited . Score: 5/10


The Soochipara Waterfalls, famously called Sentinel Rock Waterfalls, is located near the town of Meppadi. Surrounded by huge hills and dense forests, it falls from a height of 100 feet to 300 feet. There is a pool below this waterfall, which is suitable for bathing, river rafting and swimming.

There are few tree top huts located near the Western Ghats Valley, adding to the beauty of this waterfall. Soochipara Waterfalls is situated at a distance of 22 km from Kalpetta and is known for rock climbing and nature walks. Nature walks are the best way to explore the destination and see deer and other wild animals near the waterfalls.


It takes 30 minutes by taxi to reach the falls from Meppadi, which has beautiful tea plantations and dense forests.


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7.Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary : Visited two times,Score: 8/10










Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary, also known as the Wayanad Sanctuary, is located in Wayanad, Kerala and is on the way from Mysore to Sulthan Bathery. The Sanctuary is spread over an area of around 344 square kilometres and one can find animals like sloth bears, sambhar, elephants, monkeys, tigers, reptiles, deer, panthers, etc. There are many species of rare birds in this sanctuary as well.

The Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary is most famous for its project elephant site, where herds of elephants are seen roaming freely, frolicking in the mud and the water near the water holes.
Various species of deer, monkeys, birds etc also inhabit this spce. The trees and plants in the sanctuary are typical of the South Indian moist deciduous forests and West Coast semi-evergreen forests. An ideal destination to watch herds of wild elephants, the Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary is contiguous with the protected area network of the Nagarhole National Park and the Bandipur Tiger Reserve in the neighbouring State of Karnataka and Mudumalai of Tamilnadu. The sanctuary is also a part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. The Western Ghats, Nilgiri Sub-Cluster (6,000 km square), including all of the sanctuary, is under consideration by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee for selection as a World Heritage Site.

The best months to visit the Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary are the months of June to October. An ideal destination for those looking out for some adventure as well as nature enthusiasts!




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8.Thirunelli Temple : Visited Several times,Score: 7/10

Thirunelli Temple : Visited Several times,Score: 7/10
Thirunelli Temple is asumed that more than 3000 years old and is located near the famous ‘Papanasini stream’ which flows into Kalindi River, atributery to KabaniRiver. The main deity in this temple is Lord Vishnu, whose idol is present in Chaturbhuja form, which means having four arms. There are around 30 granite columns surrounding this temple. Papanasini stream water connected via a stone bridge and canal , is used for various rituals inside the temple.


A pond called Panchatheertha can be seen south of this temple and is believed to be the point where five rivers met. This temple lies in the forest region of Brahmagiri and is often regarded as Kashi of South.
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This temple has been designed according to the traditional architecture style of Kerala, with tiled roof in the inner sanctorum and granite lamppost at the temple entrance. The famous festivals celebrated at this temple are Vishu and Karkadavavu. It is famous for rituals for the afterdeath aharms.

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Karapuzha Dam

9.Karapuzha Dam : Not Visitied . Score: 6/10

Karapuzha Dam is considered to be one of the biggest earth dams in India, which has been constructed on the Karapuzha River. Neraest town is Muttil/Kalpetta.It is an ideal place for watching aquatic birds that frequent the reservoir, which is surrounded by partially submerged hills and green islands.
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This dam can be visited throughout the year except extrem monsoon as the visibility is poor.
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Begur Wildlife Sanctuary

Begur Wildlife Sanctuary : Visited one time. Score: 8/10


The Begur Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in Mananthavady, which is about 20 km from the main town of Wayanad, towards Thirunelly. This wildlife sanctuary is located next to the Western Ghats and houses various trees that possess medicinal value. It is also inhabited by numerous animal species like elephants, boars, deer, tigers, leopards, panthers and so on. There are large numbers of bird species that can be easily spotted in this wildlife sanctuary.


The ideal season for visiting this wildlife sanctuary is between December and May, which attracts animals and birds towards the water holes that get filled during monsoon.
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Pookot lake : Visited several times. Score: 5/10
Pookot Lake is situated amidst a beautiful forest in the wooded hills of the Wayanad region. It is mainly a fresh water lake which is considered to be an ideal picnic spot. Tourists can engage in boating at this lake; however, swimming is prohibited at this site. Other important tourist facilities available at this lake include a children’s park, a fresh water aquarium as well as spices and handicrafts emporium.

This lake covers an area of around 8.5 hectares, with a maximum water depth of over 6.5 metres. It lies 3 km south of the main town of Vythiri and is known for its pleasant and cool weather. The shops located near this lake offer various types of bamboo and wood artefacts along with tea, spices and coffee.


Natural honey that is collected by the tribal people is also available at these shops. There is a small hatchery for Mahseer fish near the Pookat Lake.


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Pallikkunnu Church

12.Pallikkunnu Church; Visited two times. Score: 6/10

It is a prominent religious centre situated north of Wayanad. It is a Latin Catholic Church which is called Our Lady of Lourdes and was constructed by a French priest, Fr. Jefreno, in 1908. This church is situated at Pallikunnu Kambalakkad which is around 14 km from Kalpetta. An annual festival in the month of February is organised at this church that attracts several travellers coming to Wayanad


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Sulthan Bathery Jain Temple

Sulthan Bathery Jain Temple:Visited several times. Score: 7/10

This Temple is one of the most important amongst a series of ruins spread across the state of Kerala that testify to a period of a strong Jain presence in this region. Believed to have been built in the 13th century, it served as a Hindu shrine, an important centre for commercial activity and eventually as a battery (ammunition store) for Tipu Sulthan's marching armies.

Apart from this temple, there are other significant jain remnants in Wayanad. The temples at Punchavayal and Puthenangadi are the best known of these. With their beautifully carved pillars now partly ruined, and the area rather derelict, these sites exude a peculiar airomystery.


The temple is 24 Kms. away from kalpetta, 12 Kms. away from Sulthan Bathery and 41 Kms. away from Mananthavady.


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Korome Mosque/ Varambetta Mosque:

Korome Mosque/ Varambetta Mosque:Not Visited . Score: 6/10:
IT is a famous religious centre in Wayanad District which is around 23 km from Mananthavady.-on Kuttiadi route. It is one of the oldest mosques in the region which is more than 300 years old. The mosque was built in traditional architectural style with wood carvings. Uroos festival is celebrated annually at this mosque, which is attended by all the communities in the region.
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This mosque is also situated close to Maithani Palli and Juma Masjid that are prominent Muslim religious centres in Wayanad



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Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary :

Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary : Visited two times,Score: 8/10
The Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, situated between Muthanga and Tholpetty, is popularly known as Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary. Muthanga is located at around 16 km from Sulthan Bathery, while Tholpetty is situated north of Wayanad, near Thirunelli. It is the second largest wildlife sanctuary in the state which covers an extensive area of about 344.44 sq km and is close to the Bandipur Tiger Reserve in the state of Karnataka.


Established in 1973, this sanctuary was previously a place of shelter for Pazhassi Raja at the time of rebellion against the British rule. It was also brought under Project Elephant in 1991-1992. There are various mountain peaks inside this wildlife sanctuary, out of which the main is the Karottimala. This peak is situated at a height of around 3,800 feet above the main sea level.


The other important mountain peaks inside the sanctuary have altitudes ranging between 2,100 feet and 2,600 feet. This sanctuary receives heavy rainfall from the last week of May till September. Around 1/3rd of the entire sanctuary is covered with trees, like eucalyptus, silver oak, rosewood and teak.


It is also home to wide range of shrubs such as Randia uliginosa, Helicteres isora and herbs including Sida cordifolia, Rauvolfia and Ageratum conyzoides. The sanctuary is inhabited by different animal species, such as elephants, deer, big cats, monkeys, sambar, Malabar squirrel, panther, langurs, bonnet macaques, bison and bear, among others.





The sanctuary is best visited between June and October, during the monsoon season. This sanctuary can be reached by bus or taxi from the nearest airport situated at Calicut. Kozhikode Railway Station is located approximately 97 km from this wildlife sanctuary.


Prior permission is required from the forest authorities for visiting this sanctuary, as the entire outer zone is a restricted area. The inner zone entry is mainly allowed to wardens and researchers, which is around 25 km wide.




Timing: 7:00 am - 8:30 am
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Admission Fees: INR5 (Indian)
INR25 (Foreigner)
INR50 (Guide)
INR10 (Vehicle Entry)
INR25 (Tempo or Bus)


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Wayanad Heritage Museum

Wayanad Heritage Museum : Not Visitied . Score: 6/10



The Wayanad Heritage Museum, under the District Tourism Promotion Council, at Ambalavayal in the district attracts a lot of tourists. The objet d'arts dated back to between the Neolithic ages and the 16th century has been neatly showcased at the Museum. The rare and exquisite collections from various parts of the district have been exhibited at four blocks of the Museum, namely, Veerasmruthi, Gothrasmruthi, Devasmruthi and Jeevanasmruthi.

The first block Veerasmruthi, showcases different types of Hero stones locally called ‘veerakkallu’ showing tiger hunts and primitive wars dating back to 14th -16th century A.D. The hero stones were erected on the tombs of a warrior or a hero in memory of his heroic deeds.

The Gothrasmruthi block provides a chance to see different articles associated with tribal life in the district. Articles such as ploughs, fish collecting bags and cow bells used by the tribal people are displayed here.

Devasmruthi is a treasure-house for scholars and students as the artefacts displayed in this section belong to the period between the Neolithic age and 17th century A.D. The terracotta figurines collected from a recent excavation at Kuppakolly near Edakkal cave in the district have been displayed here.

Apart from this, nearly 20 stone idols dating back between 12th and 16th centuries have also been showcased here. Jeevanasmruthi showcases various types of hunting traps, bangles, ear ornaments, necklaces and musical instruments used by the tribal people in Wayanad. A writing stone and Neolithic Celts from the district are also displayed.

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Chain Tree

Chain Tree : Visited several times. Score: 5/10


Chain Tree, a prominent excursion destination, is a chained ficus tree situated about 15 km from Kalpetta. The mountain terrain leading to Wayanad was discovered by a British engineer with the help of a tribal guide, Karinthandan. The British engineer killed this guide so that he could take all the credit of finding this place.


It is believed that the soul of the murdered guide used to haunt this place. According to local lore, the spirit was chained by a priest to the tree, thereby earning the place the name Chain Tree. Tourists must beware of the many monkeys passing through the roadside that lead to Vythiri from this Chain Tree.

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