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Attractions to explore near Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

Muthanga Wildlife SanctuaryNational Highway 212, Muthanga, Kerala 673592, India

Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary amazes the visitors with its rich fauna and an opportunity to come in close contact with some of the elusive creatures of the wild.

Nearby Attractions

Bandipur Tiger Reserve And National Park12.80 KMs away from Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

This national park is famous for its wildlife riches which covers around 874 sq km. This park suits people who love nature, photography, and adventure.

Ancient Jain Temple12.94 KMs away from Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

The ancient Jain Temple made entirely of granite.

Edakkal Caves15.37 KMs away from Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

Over 7,000 year old cave with stone age carvings in the walls.

Chethalayam Waterfalls16.33 KMs away from Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

A seasonal waterfall deep inside the forests of Wayanad.

Ambalavayal Heritage Museum18.17 KMs away from Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

One of the largest collection of artefacts in Kerala is housed in the museum.

Mudumalai National Park21.71 KMs away from Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

The Mudumalai Sanctuary is an important wildlife habitat due to its strategic position as a Wildlife corridor between several other protected areas making an essential part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve.

Sunrise Valley Viewpoint23.51 KMs away from Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

A viewpoint with mesmerising views of the misty Western Ghat Mountains covered in thick green forest.

Soochipara Waterfalls28.39 KMs away from Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

Three tiered falls with its natural pools in its foot and a hike to explore its beauty.

Kanthanpara Waterfalls28.68 KMs away from Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

The 30 meters high, two tiered waterfall sandwiched between tea plantations.

Panamaram Jain Temple31.07 KMs away from Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

Amidst coffee plantations and right on a the sides of a highway remains the ruins of a Jain Temple, one of the oldest in India.

Kabini Dam33.69 KMs away from Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

Built on river Kabini, which is a major tributary of river Kaveri. The location is picturesque with lush green surroundings and the pristine river water flowing serenely towards its destination.

900 KANDI34.16 KMs away from Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

900 Kandi means 900 acres. The main attraction here is the glass bridge that potrudes out of the mountain offering breathtaking views of Western Ghat mountains. The place is well suited for hikes and off road driving.

Kuruvadweep34.48 KMs away from Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

Group of islets in the Kabini River covered in evergreen forest with rich flora and fauna.

Chembra Peak35.29 KMs away from Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

Explore the beauty of Western Ghats, and Hridayathadakam (Heart Lake) by hiking the tallest peak of Wayanad.

Pykara Lake35.44 KMs away from Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

The Pykara is the largest river in the Nilgiris district and is revered by the Todas, an Adivasi community, who consider it to be sacred

Adyanpara Water Falls39.55 KMs away from Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

A calm waterfall originating from the Western Ghats, cascading through black rocks.

Valliyoorkavu39.78 KMs away from Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

14 th century temple dedicated to goddess Durga, a favourite among the local tribes

Pookode Lake39.87 KMs away from Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

The fresh water lake in Wayanad, shaped like the map of India.

Kalhatti Falls40.02 KMs away from Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

Also called as Bird watcher falls situated around 400 feet high in the Sigur plateau.

Thusharagiri Waterfall40.76 KMs away from Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

A set of five falls forming the Waterfalls of Thusharagiri.