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    Soochipara (Sentinel Rock) Waterfalls

    Located at a distance of 20km from us, Soochipara water falls is a three-tiered waterfall surrounded by tropical forests. The best season to visit Soochipara is from the month of August – January. One has to trek a distance of 2km from the car parking to reach the waterfalls and the small water body at the foot of the falls is ideal for a short swim. It is one of the famous tourist destinations in Wayanad.

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    Kanthanpara Waterfalls

    At a distance of 5 km from the resort the Kanthanpara water falls is scenic and naturally blessed with a surrounding of evergreen forests. An ideal tourist place in Wayanad for a picnic during summers, it is safe to take a swim in the pool formed under the falls. The 30 meter waterfall is accessible by a very short trek from the car park.


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    Chembra Peak

    A perfect choice for trekking in Wayanad that will take you to the highest peak of Wayanad hills, Chembra peak is situated at a distance of 15 km from After the Rains resort in Wayanad. Permission from the forest office in Meppadi is required for trekking up to Chembra Peak. Guides and trekking equipment are available on hire. The iconic heart shaped lake is the main attraction of the Chembra peak. A view of whole of Wayanad is visible from the peak and the 3 hour trek to the top make Chembra a must try in an adventurist’s list.

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    One of the most picturesque treks of the region, the Neelimala is located 14kms from the resort. At the viewpoint, the view of the Meenmuty waterfalls and the surrounding mountains are breathtakingly beautiful. September – April is the best season to visit Neelimala.


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    Rippon Tea Factory

    The Rippon tea factory was built by the British in the 18th century. The colonial factory and the lush tea plantation give a glimpse of not only the history but also on one of the most popular teas from the region. Factory visits and tea tasting can be organized with prior permissions. Accessible on foot or by bike from After The Rains resort.

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    Edakkal Caves

    Being the only place in India with stone age, carving from 6000 BC, a trip to Edakkal caves is one of its kind. It is located at a distance of 23kms from the resort and the trek to the caves from the car park takes approximately 45 min. it is believed that the 8000 year old carvings on the stones represent the Indus valley civilization and represent various carvings of man, animal and livelihood.


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    Muthanga & Tholpetty Wild Life Sanctuaries

    Muthanga wildlife sanctuary is an integral part of the Nilgiri biosphere. The rich biodiversity of the surrounding deciduous forest and the lush flora and fauna found in the place makes it typically a drive into the wild. One can spot elephants, deers, monkeys, wild bulls and occasionally tigers from the area.

    Muthanaga wildlife sanctuary is located at a distance of 30 kms from After The Rains resort.

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    Tholpetty is the second wildlife sanctuary in Wayanad and borders the Nagerhole sanctuary in Karnataka. Located in North Wayanad, Tholpetty offers good spotting of elephants, bison, langurs, deer and if you are lucky, the tiger.

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"Kattunaykar" the hunter clan of Wayanad speaks "paniyah", one of the oldest languages of
the Dravidian family which is inspired from Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Sanskrit.

The Asian palm civet which is found in the area, eat and poop coffee berries
which are globally used for making "Kopi Luwak" the most expensive coffee.

Countless evidences about New Stone Age civilization
can be seen on the hills of Wayanad.

The prices of pepper from Wayanad were extremely high in the Middle Ages and
the trade was completely dominated by the Romans. Black pepper, termed black gold, was used as currency.

"During monsoon, it is the practice of tribal communities of Wayanad to collect wild edible leaves, wild mushrooms, bamboo shoots
and wild crabs and prepare nutritious food."

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