What You Need To Know About The Ghat Roads In Wayanad



What You Need To Know About The Ghat Roads In Wayanad

By Woods team

Ghat roads make traveling to Wayanad a one of a kind experience. Surrounded by beautiful Western Ghats mountain ranges, Wayanad has attracted thousands of travelers across the world to witness the paddy fields, dense forests, high hills and mountain peaks.

Going back to the history of roads, ghat roads were constructed to connect famous hill stations of India. These roads are remarkable feats of engineering and most date back to British times.


The several hairpin bends and curved roads make the journey to Wayanad an interesting ride.

Thamarassery Ghat road

Lakkidi-Thamarassery ghat road portrays the ultimate beauty of Wayanad. Traveling through these roads gives you a chance to see lofty mountain peaks, deep valleys, awe-inspiring meadows, mighty hills and the bird’s eye view of surrounded Wayanad. This mountain road connects Calicut with Kalpetta.

Nedumpoil-Periya Ghat road

The Periya ghat road connects Mananthavady to Kannur and Thalassery. The town is located on the banks of scenic Mananthavady Puzha. When you are traveling through this route, drop by the Tomb of Pazhassi Raja which is an important heritage site located in the heart of the town.

Boys Town Ghat road

This is one of the most beautiful road trips you will enjoy. Boys Town Ghat road connects lower hilly towns and small villages of Kannur and Kasargod districts with Wayanad. The famous Kottiyoor village is located in the serene hills of Western Ghats. This place is also home to WildLife Sanctuary of Kerala and Kottiyoor Vysakha Mahotsavam, where people flock to experience the traditional Hindu festival.

Vazhikkadavu-Nadukani Ghat road

Another mesmerizing ghat road is Vazhikkadavu Ghat road. These roads connect small towns and the ghat road is known as Nadukani Churam. This road is not a direct link to Wayanad but this road connects Nilambur to Nilgiris district of Tamil Nadu state then towards Wayanad.

Kuttiady Ghat road

Kuttiady is known for its famous Kuttiady River. The place has a beautiful Kuttiady Peruvannamuzhi Dam which is the main tourist attraction. The British used to take the Kuttiadi route to reach Kozhikode to transport spices from Wayanad to the Beypore port.

After a long drive through the hairpin bend roads, one can enjoy the tranquility in the best resorts in Wayanad. Also, the warmth and love of the locals here will make your trip the best one ever!