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Cycling in Wayanad

Travel to Wayanad to have the excellent cycle ride which will not fail to cast a magical spell on you!
Cycling In Wayanad

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About Cycling in Wayanad

Wayanad is a small district in Kerala which is known for its enchanting waterfalls, natural ecstasies, home stay and historical caves. The place has an abundance of plantations and wildlife, which one can access while taking a cycle ride round the district.

So, if you are planning to take a trip to Wayanad then come along and let your petal and helmet talk aloud. An exciting cycle ride round the corner of this beautiful district will melt your heart.

Where is Wayanad Situated?

If you wish to enjoy nature most you need to be at Wayanad. It is a district that is situated in the Indian state of Kerala. You can be at the pre-historic caves, the wildlife sanctuary and the spice plantation to be closest to nature.

Below mentioned are places which you can access while cycling.

Take a cycle ride for these places in Wayanad

  • Wayanad Wild Reserve: Being here, you will have exposure to various natures of flora and fauna. It is located over an area of 344 square kilometers. You will be able to see the Asian elephants, leopards, bears, monkey, guars and fishes.

  • Chembra Peak: You can visit this peak situated at an elevation of 210 meters to enjoy nature a bit closely. The famous 'Hridhayathadakam' lake is the main attraction of the trek. On your way back, you can go to the tea plantation and have a look at the way of preparation of tea.

  • Neelimala view point: The main attraction of the viewpoint is the Meenmutty waterfalls. You can also visit the Edakkal caves which are 8000 years old and is highly acclaimed by the Hindus.

  • Banasura Dam: This is the largest earthen dam in India and the second largest in Asia. If you want to add adventure to your trip, you can have speed boating or trek up to the Banasura peak.

  • Pookot Lake: The greenhouse and the aquarium situated over here will amaze you. You can likewise enjoy the boat ride and enjoy being close to nature.

  • Neelimala: It is located in the southeastern part of Wayanad. It is a place which will be loved by you if you love trekking and nature.

  • Luv Kush Temple: This temple situated at Pulpally is the only such temple in Kerala where you can be and offer your prayers.

  • Edakkal Caves: These caves will give you exposure to rock engraving from the Neolithic ages. You will be amazed to have a look at those.

  • Thirunelli Temple: This 5000 years old temple is known for its divinity along with splendid aura of nature. When you are here, you must have a bath at the Papanashini spring which is believed to wash away all sins.

So, there are various places where you can be while you are in Wayanad and enjoy your trip.


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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 in your bags for taking back home souvenirs from the state.

Are there any restrictions on photography in Kerala?

Some temples in Kerala do not allow photography of the idols and the temple premises. Also, Indian government prohibits photography of bridges and hydroelectric projects in 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.