Wednesday, July 9, 2014


Wayanad is one of the exquisite hill stations of Kerala. It is a place lashed by rains and blasted by winds. The name Wayanad literally translates into the land of forests and even today, it has large tracts of virgin forest lands, wild life and blissful nature trails that will awaken your senses. It experiences two monsoons – from June to September and October to November. Monsoon tourism in “Wayanad silver woods” is a new concept that is gradually picking up and Wayanad is the apt destination for those who seek such a thrill. The Western Ghats mountain ranges coupled with several water bodies and wildlife reserves makes it an attractive leisure tourism destination. Many tourists opt to come here exclusively to enjoy the rains. Lakkidi and other areas of Wayanad experience one of the highest rainfalls in India, and these regions definitely cater to the demands and expectations of such tourists.  You can see the rains lashing over the rocks, the thick greenery of the plantations and you can enjoy the cool wind that accompanies each rain.

Wayanad is one of the exquisite hill stations of Kerala. Wayanad Silverwoods sightseeing includes  various attractions like the Chembra Peak, Edakkal Cave, Kuruva Island and Lakkidi, which is the highest point in Wayanad.  No trip to Wayanad can be complete without a trip to Muthanga wild life sanctuary and Pakshipatahalam, which represent the wilderness. Monsoon season in Wayanad Silverwoods refreshes your mind and gives u an unforgettable experience.

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