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Lakkidi View Point in Wayanad

Lakkini, the gateway to Wayanad, is a delight for nature and adventure loving travelers
Lakkidi View Point In Wayanad

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About Lakkidi View Point in Wayanad

Kerala, prominently well-known as God's Own Country is one of the best and favourite tourist spots in India. Its serene beaches, tranquil climate, flourishing greenery, an extended backwater as well as fascinating wildlife are the major adored attractions in this marvellous state. Kerala embraces various beautiful destinations, including Munnar, Palakkad and Wayanad etc.

Wayanad has numerous must see attractions; Lakkidi is the doorway of Wayanad since it is situated at the peak of the twisting Thamarassery ghat bypass. Lakkidi is popular hill destination in Kerala; the place is full of lush greenery, marvellous streams and serene lakes. Visitors frequently visit Lakkidi View Point, the striking point which presents fantastic views of the nearby crags and valleys.

The Lakkidi View Point is well-known for a fascinating and appealing view of twilight and daybreak besides being a place from where you can observe the splashing streams, lush flora as well as the arrogant mountain crests. On a bright and clear sun-drenched day, you might get a clearer and beautiful vision of the both dawn and dusk above the bright green carpeted peaks which craft this view point striking and impressive to watch when measured up against others.

Guests can as well enjoy bird viewing since this unusual place is abode to a lot of familiar as well as the pair of exceptional avian faunas. While travelling to Lakkidi View Point, you can also enjoy a beautiful bird’s eye view of the Deep and beautiful south Valley and the spectacular snaky and zigzag roads. Apart from Lakkidi View Point, you can also visit another place in Lakkidi such as Edakkal Caves, Chembra Peak and Soochippara Falls etc., to enjoy nature.

Places to Visit Near Lakkidi

The Gateway of Wayanad Lakkidi possesses numerous tourist destinations. Some of them are the renowned Pookode Lake, Lakkidi View Point and the Chain Tree where travellers can dawn to have pleasurable and leisure time in the scenic beauty of Mother Nature. The Lakkidi View Point is one of the beautiful scenic points in Wayanad occasionally the haze spin over the roads close to Lakkidi View Point. Occasionally the view is long and bright when the sun is in its full bloom.

Geographic and Climate Details

The viewpoint is within 5 to 6 kilometres of Lakkidi town.  The spot gets the second highest amount of rainfall in the planet. There is a clean and fresh water lake close by known as Pookode Lake which is very broad and profound; furthermore, it supplies to be a water reservoir in district Wayanad.

Situated at the height of approx. 700 meters above the sea level, the View Point is one of the loftiest points in the Wayanad, Kerala. This gorgeous view point comes amongst one of the wettest and greenest spots in India, which is full of unmatched scenic panoramas all over it that bestow it the exceptional glance.

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What is considered the off-season in Kerala?

The off season in Kerala is from April to May, during which time it is too humid for comfort. The monsoon season here is from June to August.

What to pack for Kerala?

With most airlines imposing a 20 kg limit on baggage, one must make sure to not bring excess baggage. Sunscreen and mosquito repellant are a must have, apart from airy cotton apparels and comfortable footwear. Also make sure that you leave enough space inyour bags for taking back home souvenirs from the state.

Is it okay to travel to Kerala during the off-season?

During the off-season, hill stations like Munnar are cool enough to travel to. However, places such as Alleppey and Kumarakom are pretty hot for a visit. Monsoon season does not see a lot of tourists but the lush greenery all around will ensure tourists will have a great time.