The district of Wayanad is located in the north-east of Kerala on the on the high altitudes of majestic Western Ghats. Wayanad is one of the least explored areas of Kerala and the major portion is tribal habitat. District of Wayanad is full of attractions with Mountains Peaks, Rivers, lakes, and waterfall. Meenmutty Falls a three-tiered waterfall with a height of 300 meters is located in Kalpetta.

Wayanad has seen a recent tourism boom and is now one of the most popular tourist destinations of Kerala. It is the only district in Kerala that shares its borders line with both Karnataka and Tamil Nadu states. That is the reason, it is rarely visited by tourists from these states. The only Earth Dam in India is Banasura Sagar Dam and the only hanker forest of Kerala is Chandanathode. Pulpally in Wayanad boasts of the Son of God Ram only Luv Kush Temple in Kerala and Vythiri has the only one special worship places mirror temple in Kerala which is a Jain temple. The edicts and caves of Ambukuthimala and other evidence states that the place is as old as the initial stage of the New Age Civilisation. The district also houses the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary with four different ranges namely Sulthan Bathery, Kurichiat, Muthanga, and Tholpetty.

Wayanad also has the great population of Asian elephants in the world and it is also covered by the wildlife sanctuaries of Bandipur, Muthanga, and Nagarhole.