Wayanad lies at an altitude varying from 700 to 2100 meters above sea level. The distinct ecological and
geographical features provide a unique charm and an enchanting challenge for nature lovers. The rocks,
hills and valleys provide for exceptional adventure experience.
It is also known for its exotic plantations of rubber, coffee, tea, cardamom and pepper that stretch
over the hills of Wayanad as long as your eyes can see. Wayanad is one of the most rejuvenating places in
South India. It presents a picturesque view of a hill station and has managed to retain its pristine
beauty to date
The climate of Wayanad is uniformly pleasant throughout the year. The temperature here ranges from 13 degrees to 32 degrees. Monsoon season hits from June through
September in the southwest. Cooler temperatures occur during December, January and February.
Some of the distinctive tourist destinations are Edakkal Caves, Chembra Peak, Neelimala Viewpoint,
Bansaru Sagar Dam, Glass Temple of Kottamunda, Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, Wayanad Heritage Museum.
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