A wonderful Wayanad weekend, from Bangalore

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18 Responses

  1. mallika says:

    Hey Indrani,

    quite an informative piece on waynad i must say.you have made the place look and sound very picturesque and interesting.Quite stimulated to visit the place.

  2. Wow! Indrani.. leave it to u to discover places… nd I want to go to Wayanad again to see those places that I missed but described so well in ur blog..

    pranam 🙂

  3. A post rich with knowledge and cultural history of places. Very well put and illustrated with pictures.

  4. A great post on Wayanad.

  5. Wayanad is one mesmerizing place..
    I have missed visiting a few places, hope next time I cover everything you have mentioned ..

  6. I loved Wayanad when I visited it in 2013 and Edakal caves was awesome. Great post, Indrani.

  7. Nice place to visit. Like the pics

  8. A great post on Wayanad. Loved the clicks. 🙂

  9. Maniparna Sengupta Majumder says:

    The picture of the fissure is great and the carvings on the cave walls look so interesting. . ! Must be a great weekend destination… 🙂

  10. The reflection shot is great..! Interesting place holding history of eons ago…OMG 4K BC. The carving does look like Fido Dido of 7 Up 🙂 I guess this is a great weekend destination to explore nature, history and of course your physical endurance with lot of trekking.

  11. I see that it is an old post but it is till so mesmerizing with the lovely tour diary and the awesome pics…wynad retains its natural charm even today and has tourists flocking to the place.

  12. Niranjan says:

    Nice read, Indrani.

  13. Park with our map looks beautiful and prints of cave too.

  14. Jeevan says:

    Wayanad sounds adventures and except the lake, other places seems to be little tough to reach! I really want to explore this place sometime… glad u enjoyed, along with the onamsadhya

  15. Great to read, Thanks for sharing 🙂 Beautiful pics.
    Loved the new look of you blog.

  16. Richa says:

    The relaxing vibe comes right through the pictures, would love to go here some day 🙂

  17. The Edakkal caves must have been a great experience. Great post Indrani!

  18. Asim says:

    edakkal, means the rock situated between( a space)