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Agraharam Resorts, Wayanad

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Agraharam Resorts, Wayanad.

Take the 360-degree virtual reality tour of Agraharam Resorts, Wayanad, Kerala.

 

The Agraharam Resorts

The 360  virtual tour of Agraharam Resorts, Wayanad explores an exquisite jungle escapade in the sleepy village of Thirunelli.In the foothills of Brahmagiri, where the ripples of river Kalindhi and chants from Thirunelli Temple create an enchanted setting, this picturesque resort offers a serene and blissful sanctuary for couples and families seeking a flight from the chaos of the cities.

Tucked away in a mountain locked jungle setting Agraharam Resorts unfurls along the northern side of Wayanad bordered by streams of crystalline waters, untainted wilderness, and imposing hills. Offering panoramic views of the sunrise over the mountains and rains descending from hills, the abode can be a breathtaking experience to those who love to explore the myriad of nature.

Naalukettu Restaurant

The traditional Naalukettu Restaurant impresses multiple taste buds by providing sumptuous and delightful food in an exquisite setting. Along with the food, one can relish the soul-stirring views of Brahmagiri Hills and bamboo thickets through the glass windows of the restaurant.

The Drive

The Jungle Safari is an opportunity to be enthralled by the abundance of nature and to get a glimpse of the rare populace of the animal species.

Kalindhi River

A plunge in the pristine waters of River Kalindhi, situated at a walking distance from the Resort can be soothing for the mind and the body. A river sidewalk through the pebbly trail could be a wonderful little hike at affords the great views of the river and the lush green forests.

Wayanad

Wayanad is a rural district in Kerala state, southwest India. The Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is a lush, forested region with areas of high altitude, home to animals including Asiatic elephants, tigers, leopards, and egrets. In the Ambukuthi Hills to the south, Edakkal Caves contain ancient petroglyphs, some dating back to the Neolithic age.

 

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