Encounter majestic, green landscapes. Settle into front-row seats to the spectacles of nature. Find solitude deep within the forest. Savour the gastronomic delights of Wayanadan cuisine. Indulge in bird watching and adventurous treks. This is Nature’s Paradise at Wayanad Wild.
Nestled in the lush foliage of Lakkidi’s rainforests, amidst the sprawling hills of the Western Ghats, is Wayanad Wild.
Live in spaces that merge with the landscape like camouflage, seamlessly blending into the wonderful atmosphere of the forest.
Glimpse the treelines on the slopes of the hills from your balcony and say hello to the birds and the squirrels that inhabit the treetops.
Here, a birdsong is your morning alarm. Stories of the forest unfold in front of you for your entertainment, and the chorus of the cicadas is the background score.
Take a refreshing dip in our pool, surrounded by swaying trees alive with the local fauna.
Native flavours combine with the enchanting presence of the woods. Don’t be surprised if a Malabar Flying Squirrel eyeballs you, while you enjoy the best of Wayanadan cuisine.
Our kitchen uses fresh spices such as Wayanadan pepper and organic turmeric. Our chefs give the local cuisine a healthy twist with millet upma and wheat bran puttu.
Dare to venture into the forest at night? Then go on our night expedition and experience the sights and sounds of the nocturnal forest.
Explore the nearby hillocks on a trek with the naturalist and remember to keep your camera at the ready. You’ll never know what will swing or fly by.
Feel the rush of adrenaline zipping across the longest zip-line in South India or forest biking down the slopes.
Take a trip to Nellarachal village and meet the indigenous archer warrior tribe, and try your hand at archery under their expert guidance.
From Calicut International Airport:
About 73.4 km or 2 hr 33 mins
From Kozhikode Railway Station:
About 61.8 km or 2 hr 17 mins
Wear light cottons, cool shades, and the right sunblock to make the most of the tropical summer. Pack your bags with neutral pastel shades that blend into the wilderness to not alarm the local wildlife. A good pair of trekking shoes will help you conquer any trail. And ya, a hat, it just makes sense.