Discover Wayanad

A Serene Haven for Ayurvedic Wellness

Welcome to our Ayurvedic Wellness Centre nestled in the breathtaking landscapes of Wayanad, Kerala. Located amidst the pristine beauty of the Western Ghats, Wayanad offers an idyllic setting for your holistic well-being and rejuvenation.


Wayanad is a land of enchanting beauty, where mist-covered mountains, verdant tea and coffee plantations, and meandering rivers create an atmosphere of serenity and tranquility. This natural paradise is renowned for its Ayurvedic traditions, making it the perfect destination for those seeking authentic healing experiences.

Wayanad's serene environment enhances the healing process, allowing you to connect with nature and experience its therapeutic benefits. Explore the lush forests on nature walks, visit breathtaking waterfalls like Soochipara and Meenmutty, and embark on wildlife safaris in the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary.

Wayanad is not only a sanctuary for your well-being but also a place of cultural significance. Immerse yourself in the local traditions by witnessing vibrant Theyyam performances or exploring ancient temples like Thirunelli and Edakkal Caves. Engage with the indigenous tribal communities and gain insights into their way of life. For moments of tranquility and relaxation, venture to the nearby backwaters of Kozhikode or the calm beaches of Kannur.

Wayanad offers a holistic retreat where Ayurveda and nature converge to nurture your well-being. Embrace this unique experience, rejuvenate your senses, and discover the profound benefits of Ayurvedic healing in the lap of Wayanad's natural beauty.

Visit Kannur Ayurvedic Multi Speciality Hospital in Wayanad and embark on a transformative journey of self-discovery, rejuvenation, and well-being. Allow Ayurveda and the enchanting beauty of Wayanad to restore harmony to your mind, body, and soul.

Places to Visit in Wayanad

  • Chembra Peak: Located around 17 km from Kalpetta, Chembra Peak is the highest peak in Wayanad. It offers breathtaking views of the surrounding valleys and is a popular spot for trekking.
  • Banasura Sagar Dam: Situated approximately 21 km from Kalpetta, the Banasura Sagar Dam is the largest earthen dam in India. It is surrounded by picturesque mountains and offers boating facilities.
  • Edakkal Caves: These historic caves, known for their ancient rock carvings, are located about 25 km from Kalpetta. The caves provide insights into the region's prehistoric civilization.
  • Pookode Lake: Situated around 14 km from Kalpetta, Pookode Lake is a natural freshwater lake surrounded by lush greenery. Boating and wildlife sightings are popular activities here.
  • Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary: Located approximately 17 km from Kalpetta, this sanctuary is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, including elephants, tigers, and deer. Jeep safaris and nature walks are offered for wildlife enthusiasts.
  • Soochipara Waterfalls: Situated around 23 km from Kalpetta, Soochipara Waterfalls is a stunning three-tiered waterfall surrounded by dense forests. It is an ideal spot for picnicking and nature walks.
  • Thirunelli Temple: Situated approximately 60 km from Kalpetta, Thirunelli Temple is an ancient Hindu pilgrimage site nestled amidst the Brahmagiri Hills. The temple is known for its architectural grandeur and spiritual significance.
  • Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary: Located around 33 km from Kalpetta, this sanctuary is a part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve and offers opportunities for wildlife safaris, where you can spot elephants, deer, and various bird species.
  • Meenmutty Waterfalls: Situated approximately 29 km from Kalpetta, Meenmutty Waterfalls is a mesmerizing three-tiered waterfall cascading from a height of 300 meters. It requires a moderate trek to reach the falls.
  • Karapuzha Dam: Located around 20 km from Kalpetta, Karapuzha Dam is a scenic reservoir surrounded by hills. The dam offers boating and fishing activities, and the picturesque surroundings are perfect for a leisurely stroll.
  • Karlad Lake: Situated around 21 km from Kalpetta, Karlad Lake is a serene freshwater lake known for its tranquil surroundings and boating facilities.
  • Phantom Rock: Located approximately 26 km from Kalpetta, Phantom Rock is a unique rock formation resembling a skull. It offers panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.
  • Wayanad Heritage Museum: Situated around 14 km from Kalpetta, the Wayanad Heritage Museum showcases artifacts and exhibits related to the rich history, culture, and tribal heritage of the region.
  • Jain Temple : The Jain Temple in Sulthan Bathery is an ancient temple dedicated to Jain Tirthankaras. It is known for its intricate architecture and spiritual significance.
  • Seetha Devi Temple, Ponkuzhi: Located about 15 km from Kalpetta, the Seetha Devi Temple is a sacred Hindu shrine associated with the epic Ramayana. It is believed to be the spot where Goddess Sita took refuge.
  • Kurumbalakotta Trekking : Kurumbalakotta is a hill in Wayanad known for its scenic beauty and trekking trails. It offers panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.
  • Pazhassi Park and Museum: Situated in Mananthavady, around 29 km from Kalpetta, Pazhassi Park is a peaceful park with a museum dedicated to the legendary freedom fighter, Pazhassi Raja. The museum exhibits artifacts and information about the history of the region.
  • Valliyoorkavu Temple: Located in Mananthavady, the Valliyoorkavu Temple is a famous Hindu temple dedicated to Goddess Durga. It is known for its annual festival, Valliyoorkavu Festival, which attracts devotees and visitors from far and wide.
  • 900 Kandi (Glass Bridge): 900 Kandi is a scenic location in Meppadi, approximately 22 km from Kalpetta. It is known for its thrilling glass bridge, which offers a unique experience of walking over a transparent pathway suspended in the air. The bridge provides stunning views of the surrounding landscapes, including the lush green valleys and cascading waterfalls. It is a popular attraction for adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts.
  • En Ooru: En Ooru is a beautiful village located in the Vythiri region of Wayanad, approximately 17 km from Kalpetta. This serene village is known for its lush greenery, tea estates, and tranquil atmosphere. It offers a perfect retreat for those seeking peace and rejuvenation amidst nature.
  • Vythiri Park: Vythiri Park is a well-maintained park located in Vythiri, approximately 16 km from Kalpetta. It is a delightful place to spend time amidst natural surroundings. The park features manicured gardens, walking paths, and recreational facilities, providing visitors with a serene and relaxing environment.
  • Lakkidi Viewpoint: Lakkidi Viewpoint, known as the "Gateway to Wayanad," is situated around 18 km from Kalpetta. It offers breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding valleys, forests, and winding ghat roads. The misty ambiance adds to the charm of this viewpoint, making it a must-visit spot for nature lovers and photography enthusiasts.
  • Uravu Bamboo Workshop: Explore the innovative Uravu Bamboo Workshop, 10 kms from Kalpetta, where sustainable craftsmanship meets eco-friendly design. Discover the beauty and versatility of bamboo through hands-on workshops and interactive experiences, offering a unique glimpse into the region's commitment to sustainable living.
  • Honey Museum: The Honey Museum in Wayanad is a fascinating destination for nature enthusiasts, tourists, and anyone interested in learning about beekeeping and honey production. Located amidst the lush greenery of Wayanad's countryside, the museum provides an immersive experience that educates visitors about the importance of bees in pollination, biodiversity conservation, and sustainable agriculture.
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