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Pazhassi Dam

pazhassi dam

Pazhassi Dam is an ideal retreat for tourists, the dam site is famous for its scenic beauty. The DTPC provides pleasure boating facilities at the reservoir. Accommodation is available at the Project Inspection Bungalow. It is the only reservoir with gardens in Kannur district. The garden is a good attraction to sculptures. The added attractions […]

Parassinikadavu Temple

parassinikadavu muthappan temple

This centre of worship and faith has in store many unique practices and rituals, and the temple architecture itself stands testimony to this aspect. The Parassinikadavu Muthappan (Siva) Temple on the banks of the Valapatnam River attracts people from all sections of the society; irrespective of religion, caste and promotes the essence of “Vasudaiva Kutumbakam […]

Palakkayam Thattu

palakkayam thattu

Palakkayam Thattu is a beautiful and well-maintained hill station in Kannur. This lesser-known location is a misty mountain in the Western Ghats that has an altitude of 3500 Ft from Mean Sea Level. Western Ghat Mountain Ranges are renowned for their rich biodiversity. If you visit here during the monsoons, you can witness the scene […]

Paithal Mala


Paithalmala or Vaithalmala is a hill station in the Kannur district. With an altitude of 4000 feet bove sea level, it is the highest peak in Kannur. Paithalmala is located in the Western Ghat mountain ranges, which runs parallel to the western coast of India, and is situated near Kerala-Karnataka border. These Mountain Ranges are […]

Muzhappilangad Beach

muzhappilangad beach

The Muzzhapilangad Drive-in Beach at Kannur is one referred to with many superlatives- as the longest drive-in beach in the whole of India, as one of the cleanest beaches of Kannur and most importantly, as one of the best drive-in beaches that the entire Asian continent has to offer. The whole concept of drive-in beaches […]

Mridanga Temple

Muzhakkunnu Mridanga Saileshwary Temple is one of the most famous Devi (DURGA) temples in Kerala. The lady form of KADHAKALI originated from Muzhakkunnu by Kottayam Rajavu. This temple is believed to be the family temple of Veera Pazassirajah. Distance: It’s 60 kms from nutmegcountythabore.