Itinerary from Bangalore to Wayanad for 1 day

Day 1 of the Itinerary

Bangalore (Silicon Valley of India)Wayanad (Green paradise)

Travel Time:5.57 hrs
Stay time:6 hrs
  • Heart shaped lake

    Heart shaped lake is on the way top to Chembra hill, which is believed to have never dried up, is a major tourist attraction here. With permission of Forest Department, you can trek up Chembra hill to see this lake.

    Time to spend:
    3 hrs
    Tickets/ Cost/ Expenses:
    ₹NA
  • Edakkal Caves

    Edakkal Caves are two natural caves at a remote location at Edakkal, 25 km from Kalpetta in the Wayanad district of Kerala in India's Western Ghats.

    2 hrs
    ₹15
  • Banasura Sagar Dam

    The Banasura Sagar Dam, the largest earth dam in India and the second largest of its kind in Asia, impounds the waters of the Karamanathodu, a tributary of the Kabini river. The reservoir formed by the dam is dotted with tiny islands enveloped in thick foliage, and with the Banasura hill in the background, offers a magnificent view.

    2 hrs
    ₹10
  • Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary

    Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is an animal sanctuary in Wayanad, Kerala, south India. It is between Mysore and Sultan Battery. A variety of large wild animals such as Indian bison, elephant, deer and tiger are found there. Wayanad climate is salubrious. Average rainfall in this district is 2322 m.m. Annual rainfall in these high rainfall areas ranges from 3,000 to 4,000 mm. High-velocity winds are common during the south-west monsoon and dry winds blow in March–April. High altitude regions experience severe cold.

    3 hrs
    ₹10
  • Chembra Peak

    Bestowed with verdant hills, Wayanad offers a unique hiking experience. Towering at around 6,900ft, Chembra Peak is amongst the most popular trekking spots in Kerala. At the top of the peak, you can enjoy panoramic views of Vaithair, Karapuzha Dam and Banasurasagra Dam.

    3 hrs
    ₹NA
  • Meenmutty Waterfalls

    This is one of the topmost attractions in Wayanad. The three tired waterfall, at a height of 300m is the biggest waterfalls in Wayanad and the second largest in Kerala. It requires a small 2km trek to reach this waterfall. The trek through the moist deciduous forest, this hard trek is all worth when you reach the spot. The best time to visit Meenmutty is from October to May. Tip: Avoid monsoon season to visit this waterfall.

    2 hrs
    ₹NA
  • Travel back to Bangalore