Tourists have an array of locations to visit and can participate in activities conducted by the Bamboo Village and famers of the village: A village walk with a local guide provides you the chance to experience the diverse flora and fauna, apart from the village micro-level production units of the Uravu craft centre. The guide can take you to the local school, a day care centre for elderly people, the Anganvadi (a nursery for children), or to spice gardens, tea, coffee and rubber plantations where you can see rubber tapping and the growth of many types of spices. Indeed, “A day with farmers and their families” is a programme that allows you to experience, first hand, how “sons of the soil” live in Wayanad.
There is more. You can take part in sporting activities with the villagers such as tug-of-war or attend traditional cookery classes where excellent local experts teach you to cook delicious homely Kerala food. You can also learn how to make traditional Ayurvedic medicines and manufacture soaps or get training in traditional craft activities with Uravu’s artisans. Honeymooners can enjoy the enchanting, lush atmosphere of the Bamboo Grove.