Green Palace Residency - Sulthan Bathery
  • The Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary
    The Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

    The Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary is an ideal destination to be close with the nature. The sanctuary, an integral part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, was established in 1973. The sanctuary is close to the protected area the Nagarhole National Park and the Bandipur Tiger Reserve in the neighbouring Karnataka and Mudumalai in Tamilnadu. This sanctuary, spread over 345 sq km, is rich with fauna and flora, and falls under Project Elephant. One can watch herds of wild elephants, various species of deer, Indian Bison, monkeys, birds and sometimes tigers here. The Forest Department arranges elephant watches here. The evergreen forests and rich flora and fauna here itself is a feast for the eyes and a relief for the mind.x

  • Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary

    Tholpetty reserve is situated along the northern ridge of Wayanad bordering Coorg in Karnataka. Tholpetty boasts of the same flora and fauna of Muthanga. One can take exciting treks and jeep safaris into the Wildlife Sanctuary and have a close encounter with elephants, wild gaur, deers, wild squirrel, jungle cat, tigers and numerous birds. There is lake inside the sanctuary and it is the main water source for the animals and birds. The watch-tower near the lake is a vantage point to watch the animals coming to the lake to drink water. Rich in biodiversity, the sanctuary is an integral part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, which has been established with the specific objective of conserving the biological heritage of the region. The main attraction of Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuary is the night camping in deep woods.

  • Pookot Lake

    Pookot Lake is a fresh water lake surrounded by lush mountains and captivating natural beauty. One can indulge in activities like boating here. Other attractions include a fresh water aquarium and a park for children.

  • Soochippara Waterfalls

    The Soochippara waterfall is a must-visit attraction in Wayanad. near Meppadi has a magical attraction. With cascades ranging between 100 - 300 ft, the waterfall is a perfect location for water sports enthusiasts as they can indulge in activities like rafting and swimming. Tree houses are another attraction. From the tree top huts one can see the expansive valleys.

  • Kanthanpara waterfalls

    Kanthanpara waterfall is small fall in two stages. The first stage is safe with a pond, especially for kids to play. Since it is not a frequently visited place and its surrounding environment is serene and peaceful. Beautiful tea gardens around the Kanthanpara waterfalls add more charm to the scenic waterfall.

  • Sunrise Valley

    The picturesque Sunrise Valley provides some great trekking opportunities. It's a stunning place to visit at any time of the day.

  • Karapuzha Dam

    Karapuzha Dam is one of the biggest Earth Dams in India. The Karapuzha Dam's reservoir is a nice breeding ground for aquatic birds. The backdrop of the pouring water from the dam against the green mountains is a fine sight to see.

  • Kuruva Island

    Kuruva Island or Kuruvadweep is a 950-acre placid island on the Kabini River. Situated away from the hustle and bustle of the city life, the island is home to wide varieties of species, rare species of birds, herbs and orchids.

  • Karalad Lake

    Karalad Lake is 16 km west of Kalpetta. It is seven-acre lake with nice photo opportunities.

  • The Banasura Sagar Dam

    The Banasura Sagar Dam is India’s biggest earthen dam and the second largest in Asia. It impounds the waters of Karamanathodu, which is a tributary of the Kabini River.