Wayanad has three major municipal towns namely Kalpetta, Manathavady and Sulthan Bathery.
The town of Kalpetta is both a town and a municipality situated in the Wayanad district of Kerala. It is also the headquarters of both the Wayanada district and Vythiri Taluk. It is a bustling town surrounded by dense coffee and tea plantations and mountains and is popular among tourists because of its proximity to the most visited tourist sites in the district. There are a number of hotels and resorts within and surrounding Kalpetta town.
It is the Largest Town in Wayanad. It is based on the banks of the Manathavady River which is a tributary of the Kabini River. It was once ruled by the Pazhassi dynasty and the tomb of Pazhassi Raja is an important heritage site located in the heart of the town.
Sultan Bathery lies on the Kozhikode–Kollegal National Highway (NH 766) 97 km from Kozhikode. Agriculture is the major source of revenuef or the people in this region and the region is situated at a height of about 900 metres from sea level.
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