We would you like to take this opportunity to introduce ourselves WAYANAD HOLIDAYS as one of the leading Travel & Tour Operators of South India - Kerala. With strong and professionally setup organization. Established in the year 2004. We have a separate own Transport Division at Cochin.

Our head office is based in Wayanad, Kerala. We have two offices in Kerala, HO. Keerthi Towers, Chungam, Sulthan Bathery, Wayanad , Br. Near SBI Bank, Vytilla, Cochin.. We have General Sales Agent at Bangalore , Chennai, Coimbatore, Ooty and Madurai. And our network of highly experienced associate agents all over India, Maldives & Sri Lanka.

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We specialize in… Tribal Trails, Trekking Packages, Plantation Tour, Cultural Tour, Holiday Packages, Honeymoon Packages, Incentive Tours, Adventure Tours, Wild Life Tours, Pilgrimage Tours, Back Water Tours, Ayurvedic Packages, Hotel Reservations. Transport and Airlines, Conferences (Medical, Financial, etc ), Exhibition & Seminar, Event Management etc. We also arrange any Tailor-Made and Student Package Tour within a very short time, at very attractive price.

Transport Division:- We have own fleet of all types of Luxury, Semi Luxury Cars & Coaches, both A/C & Non A/C. We are fully equipped with Trained and Efficient drivers with good knowledge of Entire South India Tourism Sectors. We can assure you very good conditioned vehicles, Friendly drivers who speak English & Hindi.

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Wayanad District, in the north-east of Kerala, India, was formed on November 1, 1980 as the 12th district, carved out of Kozhikode District and Kannur District. Though the the word Wayanad is believed by some to have originated from Vayal (paddy) and Naad (land), 'Land of Paddy Fields', some scholars disagree.

The region was known as Mayakshetra (Maya's land) in the earliest records. Mayakshetra evolved into Mayanad and finally to Wayanad. There are many indigenous tribals in this area. It is set high on the majestic Western Ghats with altitudes ranging from 700 to 2100 m. The district is going through its worst agrarian crisis.

Wayanad district stands on the southern top of the Deccan plateau and its chief glory is the majestic Western ghats with lofty ridges interspersed with dense forest, tangled jungles and deep valleys, the terrain is rugged. Quite a large area of the district is covered by forest but the continued and indiscriminate exploitation of the natural resources point towards an imminent environmental crisis.

Access   Mountains

The Kozhikode- Mysore National Highway No. 212 passes through Wayanad district. Nearest railway station is at Kozhikode, 67 km from Kalpetta. Kozhikode airport at Karippur is the nearest airport. There are good road connections to various parts of Kerala and other neighbouring states. Buses go frequently between important centres. While travelling from Mysore take the NH 212 . At a place called Gundlupet the road forks , one goes to Ooty and the other goes to Sultan Batheri , which is a small town of Wayanad .

This road passes through Bandipur forest and then through the Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary which is the Kerala state border. The roads are good except for some sections inside the Bandipur Forest .While travelling at night please take care , this is an elephant country .Various destinations like Mananthavady , Vythiri etc are connected by good roads.


Chembra peak (2345 m), Vellairmala (2145 m), Banasuran mala (2061 m), Elembileri mala (1839 m), Brahmagiri (1608 m), Kunnelipadimala (1607 m), Thariode mala (1553 m) are some of the important mountains in the district.


The Kabini River, one of the three east flowing rivers of Kerala, is an important tributary of the Kaveri River. Almost the entire Wayanad district is drained by Kabini and its three tributaries, the Panamaram River, Mananthavady River, and Kalindy River. The Banasura Sagar Dam crosses one of tributaries of the Kabini River.


The distance from the mean sea level and surrounding forest creates a salubrious climate. Generally the year is divided into four seasons; cold weather (December to February) hot weather (March to May) South West monsoons (June to September) and North East monsoon (October to November). During the hot weather the temperature goes up to the maximum of 35 °C and during the cold weather the temperature goes down to 10 °C. The more perceived temperature variation in habitational areas since last 5-6 years is in the range of 18-28 degree Celsius. The average rainfall is 2,500 mm per year.
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