After relocating to a new city due to job change, a lot of things changed for me. I had spent six years of my life in Delhi-Noida and was familiar with every nook and corner of the town. Suddenly everything around me changed, and now I was in Bangalore, the third-largest IT hub in the world. And that is how my bike trip to Wayanad from Bangalore happened. Bangalore is also known as the "Silicon Valley of India" for its role in the software industry globally. Although things around me changed, one thing never changed, which was a quest to explore more of India. Once settled in the new city, it was time for me to start exploring the southern part of the country, and what could have been a better place to start other than Kerala? Kerala is one of the most visited states in India and it is also known as "God's Own Country." The state is famous for its hills, architectural masterpiece, backwaters, and culture. Another reason for selecting Kerala was its easy accessibility from Bangalore as the Karnataka-Kerala Border is only 200 kilometers from Bangalore. Once the state was finalized, I had to determine which location in Kerala I should explore. The first reason I decided to visit Wayanad was for its proximity to Bangalore. Another reason was the option of multiple tourist destinations, i.e., Bandipur National Park and Udagamandalam (also known as Ooty). Therefore in this article, I will be sharing my bike ride to Wayanad from Bangalore. I will also be sharing the places I covered during my entire journey and hope this will be helpful for anyone planning a trip to Wayanad.