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ULLAMAN (FOUR HORNED ANTELOPE) presence is confirmed in the wild life sanctuary of Wayanad.

It's also the home for many endangered species .It's also the shelter for largest population of Asian Elephants and Tigers.
The Elephants and Tigers abundance is the falgship of these forest region

The most remarkable things about this wild life belt is it the habitat of endangered vulture population .

Other mammals found in the wild life belt here are Leopards, Jungle Cats, Leopard cats, Spotted deer, Sambardeer, Gaur, Sloth bear, Wild boar, Indian pangolin, Stripe-necked mongoose etc.

Kuruva Islands:

A Hidden Gem in Kerala's Wilderness

Nestled along the banks of the Kabini River lie uninhabited islands, a sanctuary for incredibly rare medicinal herbs. Here, a profound silence envelops you, and after crossing the river from the mainland via rafts, you step into a world untouched by time. This is not your typical picnic spot; it's a place where guests must hold deep reverence for the delicate ecosystem.

Rivers meander through the landscape, their waters mirrored by the low-hanging branches of ancient trees. Majestic elephants, the gentle giants of the forest, freely roam these islands, creating a paradise for conscientious travelers. This hidden gem beckons those who seek a connection with nature and are committed to preserving this pristine environment. It's a reminder that some of the most magical places on Earth remain untouched, waiting to be discovered by those who love and respect the world's natural wonders

Be a responsible tourist

Out team of Naturalists can assist and guide you in exploring activities in the wild. As a responsible tourist,
please ensure that you follow the rules

  • Stay on Designated Trails : Stick to designated paths to avoid disturbing the natural habitat and prevent soil erosion.
  • Litter-Free Environment : Pack out all trash and dispose of it properly. Leave no trace of your visit.
  • No Feeding Wildlife : Do not feed animals; it disrupts their natural behavior and can be harmful to their health.
  • No Picking Plants : Refrain from picking flowers or plants; it can damage the ecosystem.
  • Campfire Restrictions : Refrain from picking flowers or plants; it can damage the ecosystem.
  • Respect Wildlife : Keep a safe distance from animals. Do not approach or disturb them.
  • Noise Control : Keep noise to a minimum to avoid startling wildlife and maintain a peaceful environment for others.
  • Respect Local Cultures : Be respectful of indigenous communities and their traditions if you encounter them.
  • Permit and Regulations : Follow all permits, regulations, and guidelines set by the park or forest authorities.
  • Leave No Mark : Minimize your impact on the environment by leaving everything as you found it.
  • Conserve Water : Use water sparingly, especially in areas with limited water resources.
  • Wildlife Photography : Be patient and respectful when taking photos of wildlife. Use zoom lenses to avoid getting too close.
  • Educate Yourself : Learn about the local flora, fauna, and culture before visiting.

Muthanga and Tholpetty wildlife sanctuary
are part of the UNESCO's ,Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve,
the first international biosphere reserve in India

Wayanad Heritage Museum

The archiolegical muselum exhibits stone weapons ,idols ,carvings ,potteries of magalithic age , hunting equipments ,worship idols of ancient men etc .The collections are kept in 4 blocks

  • Veerasmruthi
  • Gothrasmruthi
  • Devasmruthi
  • Jeevanasmruthi
Wild Gold

The Kattunayakan tribal community, relatively isolated from the outside world, gathers honey from the forest. Forest Eco Development Committees, organized by the Forest Department, collaborate to establish the brand "Wild Gold." This honey is renowned for its medicinal qualities and exceptional purity. It is readily available in the Eco Shops within Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary