Meenmutty Falls Wayanad located around 30 Kilometers from Kalpetta, in Wayanad District in Kerala State, India. Its near to the Inter-sate border of Kerala, Karnataka and Tamilnadu states. There is another water fall with the same name, Meenmutti falls, in the same state. It is near the capital city of Thiruvananthapuram.
Meenmutty water fall being away from the main road, is least commercialized water fall in the state. It is least crowded among the water falls in India.
En route to Meenmutty waterfalls is the famous “Pookode lake“, which offers boating facilities. There is also a Park for kids and space for walking for those health freaks.
Eddakal caves, 10 kilometers from Wayanad and Kuruva Island ( 40 kilometers from Sultan Battery in Kabini river) are some of the major tourist spots nearby. There are boats, which can carry 6 people, available to cross the river and reach the island.
Can You Name Some Good Wayanad Hotels or Resorts in Wayanad?
There are many hotels and resorts in the city and home-stay also is available. The Willow Resorts, Pepper Trail, Vythiri Village, Edakkal Hermitage, The Windflower Resort & Spa, Holiday Hill & Suites, Upavan, Sharoy Resort, Misty Hills Hotel & Resorts, Parisons Plantation Experiences, Le Villagio Holiday Apartments, Lakkidi Village Resort, Marmalade Springs Resort, Aranyakam Homestay, Grass Roots, Planet Green Plantation, Banasura Hill Resort, etc, are some of the best Wayanad hotels.
How Do I Go to Meenmutty Falls?
Meenmutty falls is at a distance of 95 kilometers from the nearest city, Kozhikode alias Calicut. It may take around 2 hours plus, to travel this distance. Nearest Airport is Kozhicode or Calicut Karipoor International Airport and nearest railway station is at Kozhikode. Kozhikode is well connected by railways, road and air transport to the rest of the country.
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