The walk up the hill is tiring but fun with kids along. Some ancient engravings on the cave wall on top - not so exciting really. As mentioned earlier good fun and exercise trekking up the hill and steps with the kids
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Monday the caves are closed...... The best time to visit is morning..... You get a feeling of tracking.. There is a carving and painting on the wall of caves. You have to climb up for 45 min..... Its not suitable for senior citizen and kids....
Just a small cave with packed tourists. There are rock carvings but not very extra ordinary. One place at the en of the cave is interesting where you could see the valley though a very narrow slit, but the security wont allow you to stand...More
Edakkal caves - almost a steep trek uphill but on concrete pathway, steps, and even steel stairs at a couple of locations, is a once in a lifetime experience. At the summit, one can see the entire Wayanad district a peaceful landscape. it is thrilling...More
The Caves are naturally formed and the view from inside is really awesome. Only thing is you need to be prepared for a 1 km trek and also patience during the weekend since lot of people come here and the queue becomes very long as...More
It would take around 45 mins each side and will definitely challenge your physical fitness. More than the caves the journey and views are more rewarding. Carry water and wear shoes.
If you are not used to walking, avoid Edakkal caves. There is a steep walk up to the ticket counter and then a good amount of steps to climb to reach the actual caves which have stone carvings. These caves are formed from earthquake. The...More
The climb to the caves are a little tiring and steep, but its pretty scenic from the top. The guides within the caves, make it easier to understand the "Muriel"
This is one of the top attractions at Wayanad. A good steep walk and also need to climb some stairs. Its an uphill task for people who are not used to walking and hiking. Note its closes by 4 p.m . So best time to...More