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Wayanad holds plenty of attractions for the discerning tourist.Chembra Peak soars upto 2100 metres and is the tallest summit of the Wayanad region. It is popular amongst tourists for the simple reason that it provides some spectacular views of the surrounding area from its zenith.Soochipara fall is 22 km from Kalpetta and is perhaps the most attractive one around. The three layered fall, also known as the Sentinel Rock Falls, is situated amidst thick equatorial forests and you will need to undertake a 1-2 km walk to reach it.Banasura dam is located in the close vicinity of the Karlad Lake and is an excellent base to start off a trekking expedition to the Banasura peak.

Edakkal caves are not caves in the strictest of sense since there is merely a 96 feet long and 22 feet wide split in the rock.The caves preserve prehistoric rock engravings including a human figure with headgear, a human figure on a wheeled cart, images of a tribal king & queen, a deer and an elephant. The caves are situated at a distance of 12 kms from Sultan Bathery and can be reached by trekking.Apart from the engravings, the view from atop is also splendid.

There is a tribal Museum which lies at a distance of 12 km from Sultan Bathery and displays items related to tribal communities such as clay sculptures, ancient hunting equipments like bows and arrows, stone weapons, musical instruments, bangles, ear ornaments and hunting traps.

The Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is located at a distance of 18 km east of Sultan Bathery in the rainforest of Muthanga. The sanctuary forms an integral part of the Nilgiri Bio sphere Reserve. Animals that can be seen in this sanctuary include the Tiger, Elephant, Jungle cat, Panther, Civet cat, Monkey, Wild dog, Deer, Spotted deer, Bison, Gaur, Cheetah, Wild Bear, Peacock, Owl, Jungle fowl, Woodpecker, Babbler and the Cuckoo.

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