Wayanad – Kerala

A bio-diverse region spread over 2,132 square kilometers in the western high Ghats, Wayanad is one of the few districts of Kerala that has been able to retain its pristine nature. Hidden in the hills of this land are some of the oldest tribes, since civilization is not yet known.
And the very first prehistoric engravings in Kerala discovered in the foothills of Edakkal and around Ambukuthimala bear witness to a prehistoric culture dating back to the Mesolithic Age. Surprisingly picturesque, it is known for its sub-tropical, savannah, picturesque hill stations, extensive spice plantations, lush forests and rich cultural traditions. A holistic confluence of wildlife, history and culture, Wayanad is located at the southern end of the magnificent Deccan Plateau.