Wayanad tour is not complete without Edakkal cave. Edakkal Caves is a historical point having an excellent view of nature. Edakkal Caves are two natural caves at a remote location at Edakkal in the Wayanad district of Kerala in India's the Western Ghats. The name ‘Edakkal’ literally means ‘a stone in between’ which is the only known place in India with Stone Age carvings. Edakkal caves are famous for its pictorial paintings
These caves are said to be formed with the arrows fired by Lava and Kusha, the sons of Lord Sri Rama. Another one is associated with Kutti Chathan and the Goddess Mudiampilly. The caves have some beautiful stone carvings of people who have lived in the caves which have archaeological significance and are interesting too. The script on the stones which are 2500 years old will take you to that period once explained by guide inside the cave. To reach the caves, one has to trek through the Ambukutty Mala. The trek here can be concrete covered with coffee plantations. There is a telescope near these caves that are used for seeing the surrounding valley. The place calls for some really good clicks and is rich in flora. Edakkal caves are one of the historic engravings done by the human beings.