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Zaindent group of Dental Clinics with multiple branches across kerala has launched the "ZAINDENT TOURISM scheme to embrace travelers seeking dental treatment in India. Equipped with the latest technology besides offering treatment of highest quality on par with international standards, Zaindent, invites foreigners to travel down to India for their dental requirements. The "ZAINDENT TOURISM" traveler's scheme allows a patient to start with their treatment at any of Zaindent Multispeciality dental clinics and continue with their treatment at another clinic location of choice as per their travel itinerary. This way the patient can seamlessly integrate their treatment with the travel plan of exploring the riches of Indian tourism. We also have close collabaration with a travel agency so that our clients get the best service and Trust.


  • The patient can contact us via Email or phone from their resident country stating their query.
  • After initial contact, diagnostic aids such as x-rays, photographs, etc may be asked for which can be sent to us via Email.
  • From these data, a Provisional Diagnosis, Provisional Treatment Plan, and Estimated Cost is arrived at and sent back to the patient for approval. Details such as number of appointments, duration of treatment, accommodation, sight seeing, etc are discussed.
  • We have a collaboration with a travel agency in Calicut if in case you need any information about the tourist spots and packages
  • After finalization of your plan (travel dates and itinerary), you can book an appointment with us.
  • On arrival at the Dental Centre, after thorough examination and evaluation, a final definitive diagnosis and finalized treatment plan is given before commencing the treatment.

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Calicut or Kozhikode is situated in the south Indian state of Kerala on the southwest coast of the Arabian Sea. This city is famous as the nearest town to Kappad where Vasco da Gama, the first European to sail directly from Europe to India, landed in 1498. This legendary port is on the Malabar Coast, near the backwaters of the Kallai River, close to the Wayanad Hills and Mahe.A bustling city and commercial capital of Malabar, Calicut has an International Airport, University, Medical College and prestigious Indian Institute of Management and National Institute of Technology to its credit.

A discreet hill station located in north western Kerala, Wayanad is set along the higher slopes of the Nilagiri Biosphere on the southern fringe of the Deccan Plateau. The region is a part of the UNESCO World Network of Biosphere Reserves in India and Wyanad's evergreen forests mark the transition zone between the northern and southern eco regions of the Western Ghats. This is the most species-rich eco region in peninsular India with eighty percent of the flowering plant species of the entire mountain Wayanad is ideal for travelers with a passion for the outdoors. The landscape is majestic, composed of rugged, lofty ridges interspersed with dense forests, deep valleys, spectacular waterfalls and mountain streams. Numerous outback trails and trekking routes snake through the forests with many spots ideal for adventure sports. Visitors will also find delight in the dazzling profusion of flora and fauna endemic to the Western Ghats. Wayanad is home to many ancient, indigenous nomadic tribes who still practice their age-old customs and rituals. The forests also contain the fascinating Edakkal Caves, a Neolithic cave dwelling with Petroglyphs, the only known example in South India and a protected UNESCO Heritage Site.range found here.




North-eastern Kerala, among the mountains of the Western Ghats


Popular for scenic as well as spiritual beauty


Hot summers and tropical monsoons; temperature varies from 20 to 35°C

Best Time To Go

August to May

Must Visit

Eco Resorts, Rain Forests, Pookot, Kalpetta

Wayand Travel to Waynad, the city that entices its tourists through its scenic beauty. One must travel this place to explore the culture and ethos. Wayanad means the land of paddy fields. It contributes about 36 percent of the tribal population of the state. The high altitude of the city is characterized by the cultivation of perennial plantation crops and spices. The majorplantation crops include coffee, tea, pepper, cardamom and rubber.


In ancient time the land was ruled by the Vedar Rajas. Royal Dynasty of Kannur held rights to the land in early 18th century. It had done its campaigning in the Malabar Coast. Pazhassi Raja ruler of Kurumbranadu helped the British in their fight against Tipu Sultan. In 1979 after the fall of Tipu, the British took over Wayanad. The state of Kerala came into form in the year 1956. The present Waynad district came into existence on Nov 1, 1980.

Wayand Prominent Attractions

Eco Resorts

Wayanad is a place known for its tranquility. Its blossoming nature and enthralling ambiance is sure to leave you enchanted. The effervescent beauty and enriched natural aura of Kerala has inspired travellers from generation to visit the various destinations in Kerala. The beautiful Eco-Resorts in Kerala are the most loved holiday destinations.
Set in the scenic mountains of Kerala it is one of the most popular among the tourists. The Eco-Resorts features a distinct charm of its own. The Tree Houses in Wayanad are usually found in the forests surrounded by coffee, tea, pepper and cardamom plantations. These Tree Houses are made of wood. The other raw materials used to built these houses are coir mats, hay straws, bamboo poles etc. The natural pathways lead to beautiful spots with spectacular view of the valley. One can also view abundance of flora and fauna. Stay in these Tree Houses in Wayanad is an experience in itself.
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Rain Forest

Rain Forest, Wayand The Western Ghats is a swaddle of green running parallel to India's western coastlineextending to the south. The area covers barely 5% of India's landmass, but about a third is the plants. One can tour to these pristine areas from silent valley to Kodai Kanal to see the last remaining tract of the shoal rain forests. In the midst of a massive rain forest lies a little slice of plantation life.
Nature lovers can see orchids and plantation crops like coffee, cardamom, pepper and vanilla grown originally in the shade of rain forest trees. Most of the springs and mountain streams here are perennial and don't dry up even during the height Indian summer. The trail is quite slippery because of the ground being covered by a thick layer of fallen leaves.

Jungle Activities

Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1973. Rich in biodiversity, the sanctuary is an integral part of the Nilgiri Biosphere. From here that Pazhassi Raja fought valiantly against the British. The deciduous forest comprises Maruthi, Rosewood, Venteak, Bamboo etc. The animal population of the sanctuary comprises elephant, tiger, panther, jungle cat, civet cat, monkeys, and wild dog which inhabit the sanctuary. Reptiles and a variety of snakes are seen. Peacock, cuckoos, owls, wood peckers can also be spotted in the area. One can set out on a jungle trip that includes jeep safaris, elephant safaris and trekking. The sanctuary is quite rich in flora and fauna. Nagarhole and Bandipur National Parks are also located at a close proximity.

Ambukuthy Hills

The two rock caves at Ambukuthy Hills, 12 km south of Sultan's Bathery, contain ancient carvings and pictorial writhing with human and animal figure. They speak of a highly civilized people at an early centre of human habitation.

Edakkal Caves

Wayanad offers an insight into the interesting and picturesque topography of Edakkal caves. The word Edakkal refers to a situation when a stone is placed in between two other rocks. This reflects the strange position of one large stone jutting out of two rocks and in a way getting their support in a manner that it works as a natural shelter and as a place for the artistic expression.

Thirunelly Temple

This marvel of temple architecture is shielded with 30 granite columns and the ground is paved with huge pieces of granite. This ancient Hindu temple is more than 3000 years old and is devoted to Lord Vishnu. There is a bridge from thePapanashini stream coming to the temple. In the southern side of Thirunelly temple there is a pond called Pancha Theertha.


This natural fresh water lake, surrounded by evergreen forests and mountain slopes, is a haven for peace seeking travellers. It lies 3 km south of Vythiri town and is a wonderful place to spend lazy afternoons and enjoy boating.

Chembra Peak

This is the tallest peak in Wayanad district and offers a perfect route for trekkers.


Despite of being a small town, Wayanad is a nice place to buy good quality handicrafts and a variety of spices at reasonable rates. As the town has a number of coffee, tea, cardamom, pepper and rubber plantations, you can buy fresh quantities of these items as well.

Getting There

By Air: Kozhikode airport is located at a distance of about 25km from the centre of the city.
By Rail: Calicut is the nearest railway station from Wayanad region-62 km from Vythiri.
By Road: The city is well connected by road to almost all the parts of Kerala and a number of major destinations in India.

Mahe is an attractively old-fashioned town located 58 km north of Kozhikode, intersected by River Mahe. The town has a distinct French flavor which is not lost till date. It was earlier known as Mayyazhi but was named after "Mahe", a Frenchman who captured it. Those willing to learn fine arts forms like dance, music, sculpting, yoga, and meditation can come to the Malayalam Kalagramam in Mahe. St. Teresa's Church, one of the oldest churches in the Malabar region, is another destination that you can visit.



Nature will embrace you in its arms on the calm shore shores of this beach. The endless Arabian Sea laps at your feet as you stand on the soft sands watching the sunset.A unique thing in this beach is the 2-kilometer long stretch of land that reaches out in the sea. The path is made up of huge stones and rocks and opens out in the Sea. One can always    take a walk on this path and feel rejuvenated like never before.Learn the traditional handweaving techniques which is world renowned. TASARA -an Institution dedicated to creative weaving, is situated In Beypore, a village in Kerala. on the west coast of India.Nearby attractions in Beypore include the fishing harbour, hardly a kilometre from the shipbuilding yard and Kadalundi Bird.



Kappad Beach is 20 kms from Calicut (Kerala, India). This is a quaint little fishing village has exquisite beach with fascinating rock formation and breath-taking scenic beauty.It is one of the most charming of Kerala's beaches. Kappad finds mention in history as the gateway to the Malabar coast. Here, 501 years ago, 170 men led by the Portuguese navigator Vasco da Gama (1460-1524) sailed in and stepped into Kerala to create a new chapter in history. The story of a long and tumultuous socio-political relationship between India and Europe. It was the spices and wealth of Malabar that first brought the Arabs, the Phoenicans, the Greeks, the Romans, the Portuguese, the Dutch and the English to Kerala. Kappad has witnessed many such landings.This little sea faring town is a heaven 

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