Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary Wayanad
Elephants roam freely here and tigers are sighted occasionally as well. Various species of deer, monkeys and birds also live here. The Reserve is also home to a profusion of birds, butterflies and insects. The trees and plants in the sanctuary are typical of the south Indian moist deciduous forests and semi-evergreen forests. A drive along the road to Muthanga and further offers chances to watch these roaming animals. Elephant rides can be arranged by the Forest Department.
Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary is a rainforest wich connects Nagarhole and Bandipur parks in Karnataka and Mudumalai in Tamil Nadu
- The Jeep Safari: Timing: 07.00 AM to 10.00 Am (40 Jeeps are allowed) | 03.00 PM to 05.00 PM (20 Jeeps are allowed)
- The forest department runs a dormitory with 188 beds at Muthanga.
Tourist places near Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary
- Wayanad Heritage Museum
- Phantom Rock
- Neelimala View Point
- Jain Temple
- Soochippara Waterfalls