Thirunelli Temple

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  • Address: Thirunelly, Kerala 670646, Wayanad, India
  • Timings: 05:00 am - 12:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +91-9847030110
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Religious Site, Temple, Family And Kids

About Thirunelli Temple, Wayanad

Thirunelli Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Maha Vishnu and is one of the most fascinating temples in the region. The temple attracts thousands of sightseers and travellers every year due to the colourful and iconic architecture. The temple is one of a kind and is nestled amidst many beautiful mountains and forests. So visit the destination and be a part of the Hindu culture, traditions and devoutness.

Thirunelli Temple Information

  • Take off your shoes and socks beefier entering the temple.
  • Dress modestly.

How To reach Thirunelli Temple by Public Transport

  • Take a bus from Thirunelly Bus Station.
  • You can take a taxi near the location.

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Things to Know Before Visiting Thirunelli Temple

  • 95% of people who visit Wayanad include Thirunelli Temple in their plan

  • 79.14% of people start their Thirunelli Temple visit around 07 AM - 08 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Thirunelli Temple

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

93.47% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Thirunelli Temple

People normally club together Chembra Peak and Papanashini River while planning their visit to Thirunelli Temple.

People also prefer to start their day with Thirunelli Temple.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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Thirunelli Temple , Wayanad Reviews

  • Very old temple. Unfortunately we reached around 2 PM and the temple was shut. The drive to the temple was through a forested area. We saw a bison. The temple itself is very old fashioned and has intricate designs on its walls. Red tiled roof. very quiet and serene. There is a pathway which leads to a pond and further up to a Ganesha statue surrounded by thick vegetation. Be sure to visit these two spots as well. There is ample parking space right next to the temple. There is also some food joints nearby. Check the timings and plan well.

  • A very divine and unforgettable experience. The ambiance and surrounding areas of the temple is so beautiful. The God is divine and you can keep seeing him. They have dress code for both men and women. However it is not very strict. The temple is not approachable by wheelchair. It is also not very disabled friendly. Parking is available and charge are reasonable.

  • Looks like an ancient temple. Maintenance is pretty bad. The place is reasonably clean. The weather generally is good due to its elevation. Food choices there are limited to local vegetarian food near the temple itself. Has many places if interest nearby.

  • One of the oldest Vishnu Temple in Kerala. It is situated midst of the forest. Beautiful scenery. Be sure to be there and leave before dark as wild animals may enter the roads. Never tease them if at all you find any. We feel like we are centuries back in our life.

  • Had be here for my mother's last rites & I must say it's an unforgettable experience ever. The kind of calmness & purity in the atmosphere of this place is undescribable. Right from the wild animals you see on the road to the streams of papanasini, this place gives you the inner peace & inner satisfaction. The temple is very old & has a rustic feel to it. An interesting fact about this temple would be it's situated in the middle of hills; The entire temple premises is surrounded by forest. You could probably have a feeling that you're in the middle of nowhere.

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