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Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary in Kerala is a lush, wooded region with areas of high elevation, and is home to myriad animals including Asiatic elephants, tigers, leopards, sloth bear, wild dog, jackal, Indian fox and egrets. The sanctuary is an extension of the Bandipur National Park in Kerala at its southern border. Kalpetta is the district headquarters of Wayanad and famous for its coffee plantations and Jain temples – the Ananthantha Jain temple is one of the landmarks of this town. The Glass Temple of Kottamunda is located around 22 km off Kalpetta and dedicated to Parsvanatha, the Jain Tirthankara. In the Ambukuthi Hills to the south, Edakkal Caves contain ancient petroglyphs, some dating back to the Neolithic age. All in all, Wayanad is a relaxing mix of strolling through spice plantations, exploring prehistoric caves and enjoying nature at its best.