Muthanga Forest Muthanga wildlife sanctuary shares its boundaries with Nagarhole and Bandipur in Karnataka in the north and Mudumalai of Tamil Nadu in the south. Rich in bio-diversity, the sanctuary is an integral part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. A drive along the road to Muthanga offers views of roaming animals. The forest department arrange Elephant ride for tourists. 15 Km.
Edakkal cave Edakkal Caves are two natural caves 1200 m above sea level. Dating back to 6000 BC, these caves are known for their pictorial depictions.21 Km.
Jain temple This temple was build during the 13th Century.
Chembra Peak It is the highest peak in Wayanad, located 2100 m above the sea level. It is an ideal spot for trekking enthusiasts.
Karapuzha Dam Great location for boating.
Banasuran Dam It is the largest Earthen dam in India and is the 2nd largest in Asia. Speed boating is a major attraction here.
Pookode lake This fresh water lake is ideal for boating.
Kuruva Island Kuruva Island or Kuruvadeep is a protected delta on the river Kabini. You can find varied species of flora and fauna. The entrance to this island is restricted, and monitored by the Department of Forest of Kerala because of the rich biodiversity.