Here’s How To Make Your Wayanad Trip Budget-friendly

by Vinita Jain
by Vinita Jain 178

Wayanad is an Indian district in Kerala. It is one of the most underrated holiday destinations in the South. Wayanad is home to wildlife reserves and spice plantations. It can be a perfect weekend getaway option for people in the South. This district is known for its camping, trekking, magnificent waterfalls, the beautiful Karapuzha Dam, coconut trees, and a lot more.

The follow-up article will suggest to you some options on how to make your trip to Wayanad pocket-friendly yet memorable.

Where To Stay?

If you are traveling solo or with friends consider staying in a hostel. Wayanad also has a popular hostel named Zostel. It is located near Chembra Park. They have lobbies, a fish pond, a bonfire musical night setup, and darts, they have female dorms as well as mixed dorms. The pricing of a bed starts from 900 bucks.

If you are with your family consider staying at Hilltop Resort Stay. It is a homestay property that has 3 spacious rooms with attached restrooms, Hilltop resort also features a dormitory. The charges are Rs. 1625 per night.

Places To Visit

1. Edakkal Caves

These historic caves are one of the tourist attractions in Wayanad. The name Edakkal means ‘a stone in between’. It’s a 50-minute trek with stunning surroundings, the aroma of coffee, surreal view, and greenery. The entry fee is just 20 bucks for adults and 10 for children. There are separate charges for the cameras also.

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This hill station is known for its cascading falls so don’t miss out on that.

2. Kanthanpara Waterfalls

Kanthanpara Waterfalls is the most breathtaking waterfall. The ambiance is soulful, the lush greenery, the plop water sound, and the most serene view automatically heal you. It is open from 9 am to 5 pm and the entry fee is Rs. 40 per person.

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3. Chethalayam Waterfalls

Chethalayam Waterfalls is a seasonal waterfall. You can consider seeing this one too, it’s a photogenic waterfall which even makes to look around the gorgeous flora.

4. Coffee Plantations

Wayanad is known for its coffee plantations. Either you can stay at any of the properties or go for a small tour in those lush green coffee estates. The walk-in those fertile coffee lands are surreal.

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Places To Grab A Bite

There are a lot of eateries in Wayanad, But the best ones are Ahioona, Sea rock Cafe, Taj Restaurant, and Taste tree which serve some tempting cuisines at reasonable prices along with wholesome vibes.

So, they were some tips you can choose to avoid having a hole in your pocket while your trip to Wayanad.

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