Situated at a height of 2000 m above the mean sea level, Wayanad is yet another gorgeous location in Kerala. It is the only district in Kerala that shares borders with both neighbouring Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. Tourists who are on their Kerala tour could plan to visit Wayanad for their rich flora and fauna, dense forests, mesmerising waterfalls, wildlife sanctuaries, peaks, caves and ancient pilgrimage centres. Kuruva Islands located on the banks of Kabani River, near Manathavady is an exciting spot that can be enjoyed during family trips or honeymoons. They may also try out some bamboo rafting amid its adorable isles. A trek up to Chembra Peak, which is the tallest in Wayanad could bestow the trekker with a mesmerizing sight of the nearby valleys and a heart-shaped pond halfway around the hill. Edakkal Caves in Wayanad is yet another must-visit location, as there are rock inscriptions that are thousands of years old, which very much says about the civilised society that dwelled here long back. A stopover at Pookode Lake, which is one of the freshwater lakes of Kerala, could offer you a lot of experiences. Meenmutty waterfalls and Soochipara waterfalls are a few of the most gorgeous cascading falls in Wayanad.