Kuruvadweep (or Kuruva Islands) is situated in the Mananthavady taluk of Wayand district and tops the list of tourist places in Wayand. It is basically a group of islets which is formed on 950 acres of evergreen forest. The forest has thick bamboo canopies, various herbs, rare orchids and flower species, and this is the reason why the forest department has taken intensive measures to protect the region. The travellers are attracted to activities like trekking and rafting on the river which is provided by Wayand tourism in the rainforests. In addition to the wildlife at Kuruvadweep, you can also find a large number of rare animal species at the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary. The forest ecosystem at the sanctuary has made it conducive for the uncommon species of fauna to survive in the region.
There are various places around the region where one could stay at. One of them is the Kabini River Lodge, which sits on the edge of Rajiv Gandhi National Park. It was formerly the hunting lodge of the Maharaja of Mysore, and has attracted a lot of tourist from around the world because of its blend with nature. Another notable place to stay is the Vythiri Resort, which is located in the heart of the tropical rainforest, and is a perfect getaway from your busy city life. You can also choose to go for Wayand homestays, which are very common and are offered by many due to popular demand.