Talking Trees is located in Cherukattoor village, roughly in the heart of Wayanad district, and about 12 km from the scenic Kuruva Island.

 A little over 90km from Kozhikode Railway Station

 About 90km from Kannur Airport and 110km from Kozhikode Airport

 It's a 2 to 3 hour drive from either airport, depending on traffic conditions

 Wayanad is ideal for a weekend trip from Bangalore. The drive from Bangalore to Wayanad takes around 6 hours, and 3 hours from Mysore to Wayanad. Google Maps might show you the shortest route, but not always the most convenient. Kindly follow the tried-and-tested directions below for a hassle-free journey.

Bangalore - Mysore (follow Ooty Road NH-212) - Nanjangud - Gundalpet - Muthanga (Kerala border) - Sultan Bathery - Meenangadi - Panamaram.

From Panamaram town, cross the bridge going to Mananthavady and drive approximately 2 km till you reach Kaithakkal junction (you will see a light green mosque). Turn right and drive another 2 km to Estate Mukku (you will pass St. Sebastian's church and St. Joseph's school on your left).

Turn right at Estate Mukku and drive 1 km. You will see another right - drive for another 1.5 km to Talking Trees.

Bangalore - Hunsur - Gonikoppal - Kutta - Tholpetty OR Bangalore - Mysore - Bavali (via HD kote road). Drive till Kattikulam - Payyampally - Koodalkadavu. After you cross the first bridge at Koodalkadavu, go a bit forward and take the right which goes downhill.

Drive for about 1.5 km till you see a small church on your right. Take the left and drive for approximately 1 km, you will come across another left turn that goes down. Take the left and drive for another 1.5 km to Talking Trees.


 Looking for the best time to visit Wayanad? Often dubbed as God's own country, Kerala has three tourist seasons - peak season, off-season, and monsoon season - which range from September to March, April to May and June to August. Peak season is warm and comfortable, and is the time when maximum number of tourists visit. Off-season sees slightly higher temperatures and increased humidity, but sees lesser crowds in tourist and sightseeing spots. Finally, if you love rains and want to see Kerala at her magnificent best, there is nothing like Kerala monsoons. The latter is also the best time to visit Kerala for Panchakarma and Ayurveda treatments.