Malabar Coast"Take A Trip to The Tribal Beauty"

  • Sightseeing

     

    Muzhappilangad Beach - Muzhappilangad Beach is situated 15 km south of Kannur and is one of the longest beaches in Malabar region. It is a clean beach which is protected by black rocks and is known for its shallow water that is suitable for swimming. Tourists can enjoy swimming and sun bathing at this beach, which is just 4 km away from Tellicherry. Travellers can visit the Dharmadam Island or the Green Island, which is situated across the Anjarakkandy River. This beach is around 95 km from the Calicut International Airport and is located at a distance of 15 km from the Kannur Railway Station. Tourists can also travel by taxi or auto rickshaw from the Thalasseri Railway Station, which is 8 km away from this beach.

     

    Marari Beach - Marari Beach on the Malabar Coast is a popular tourist attraction, which got its name from Mararikulum, which is a local fishing village along the Arabian Sea. Travellers coming to this beach can enjoy sea surfing, boat cruise in backwaters, water skiing, deep sea fishing and many more water activities. There is an ancient European Church, St. Francis Church near this beach. Other important places that tourist can visit near this beach are the Dutch Palace and Jewish Synagogue. It is located at around 60 km from the Cochin Airport and is 1 km from Marari village on NH 47. The nearest railway station to Marari is just 5 km from this beach. Taxis are available from the Cochin Airport and the railway station to visit this beach.

     

    Beypore Beach - Beypore Beach is situated on the banks of Chaliyar River in the Kozhikode district. This beach was one of the important fishing harbours and maritime centres of ancient Kerala. There is a boat building yard at this beach which is known for the construction of Uru, the traditional Arabian trading vessel. Due to its ship building industry, the ancient Beypore Beach was sought after by the merchants coming from Western Asia. There is a 2 km long bridge built into the sea from the Beypore Beach. This bridge is made using big stones piled together to make a pathway into the sea. The Beypore Beach is situated around 10 km south of the main Kozhikode city. The Beypore Beach can be reached from the Calicut International Airport, which is around 23 km away from this attraction. Tourists can also travel from Calicut Railway Station, which is just 10 km from the beach. Local transportation including bus, auto rickshaws and taxis are available from main city centre and station to reach this beach.  

     

    Malampuzha Dam - Malampuzha Dam is one of the largest reservoirs in Kerala, which is located in Palakkad. This dam is a combination of 220 m long earthen dam and masonry dam, which is 1849 m in length. The Malampuzha Dam is around 6,066 ft high and is located along the Malampuzha River, which is a tributary of Bharathappuzha. The two canal systems, having a capacity of 42,090 hectares, serve the reservoir of this dam. This dam project was started in 1949 and was finally completed in 1955, having a total catchment area of 145 sq. km. The dam has a capacity of around 8000 sq. m of water, which provides drinking water to Palakkad. Tourists can visit the Rope Way, Snake Park, Malampuzha Gardens, Rock Garden and the aquarium. There is also an amusement park, known as Fantasy Park, around 1.5 km from the Malampuzha Dam.

     

    Thusharagiri Waterfalls - Thusharagiri Waterfalls, situated in the Western Ghats, is thronged by several tourists. Two streams, originating at the Western Ghats, meet here to form the Chalippuzha River. The name of the attraction, Tusharagiri, means snowy spray. The attraction was named so because of the snowy spray created by the Chalippuzha River when it diverges into the three waterfalls. Thenpara is the highest waterfall that falls from an altitude of 75 m. It is located at around 45 km from Calicut and has a crocodile farm run by the forest department. Moreover, this waterfall is located at Kodencherry in Kozhikode District and is known as trekkers' paradise. Trekkers coming to this place can start trekking early in the morning, covering the places with plantations of pepper, rubber, areca nut, ginger and various other spices. Besides these plantations, trekkers can trek through the dense evergreen forests with exotic birds and animals and thereafter head towards Vythiri and Wayanad Districts by evening.

     

    Ezhimala Beach - Ezhimala Beach is clustered atop a hill, at an altitude of around 286 m from the sea level. This beach is around 55 km from the main city of Kannur and has one of the largest naval academys located nearby. An ancient burial chamber, an ancient cave and carved stone pillars are major attractions of this beach. There are various rare medicinal herbs found on the hill top, which also has an ancient Mosque. Buses, taxis and auto rickshaws are available from the main city to travel to the Ezhimala Beach.

     

    Moppila Bay Beach - Moppila Bay Beach is a popular fishing harbour located near the St. Angelo’s Fort. It is one of the natural beaches in the Malabar region, whose fishing harbour was built with the aid of the Indo-Norwegian Pact. This beach is famous for the remnants of the fort and temple. It was famous during the regime of Kolathiri, as it was a commercial harbour that linked Kolathunadu with Lakshadweep Islands and many foreign countries. Tourists can avail taxis, auto rickshaws and local buses from Kannur to visit the Moppila Bay Beach.

     

    Thalasseri Fort - Thalasseri Fort is situated around 22 km from Kannur and was constructed by the East India Company in 1708. During the British Rule, this fort was the main military centre of the British troops. This fort stands on a rocky cliff which is situated on the Thalasseri Beach. There is a big lighthouse at this beach, along with a church, cemetery and the collector's mansion. Calicut International Airport is located around 93 km from this fort and tourists can also travel from nearby Kannur Railway Station. Kannur is also connected by road and have regular buses to reach this fort.

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  • Hotels of Malabar Coast

    The Nalanda Resorts, Malabar Coast

    Nileshwar

    The Nalanda Resorts, Malabar Coast Set in the heart of Nileshwar, just 2 km away from Nileswar Railway Station, Sree Gokulam Nalanda Resorts offers clean and comfortable guestrooms. It also houses a restaurant. Featuring

    4,430.00 Avg/night

    Oyster Opera at Padanna, Malabar Coast

    Padanna

    Oyster Opera at Padanna, Malabar Coast offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions. It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city. Th

    2,800.00 Avg/night

    Neelambari Resort And Spa, Malabar Coast

    Maruthom Thattu Chully

    Neelambari Resort And Spa, Malabar Coast offers comfy and reasonable keep for each business and leisure travelers who looking for some economical decisions. It is a professionally managed hotel in the heart of the city.

    3,000.00 Avg/night

    The Pearl View Regency, Malabar Coast

    Near Co Operative Hospital,

    The Pearl View Regency, Malabar Coast The Pearlview Regency is situated in Thalassery, a commercial town on the Malabar Coast in the Kannur district. It is 98.3 km from Calicut International Airport, only 2.3 km from Tha

    2,750.00 Avg/night

    Neeleshwar Hermitage, Malabar Coast

    Ozhinhavalappu

    Neeleshwar Hermitage, Malabar Coast Offering an outdoor pool and a restaurant, Neeleshwar Hermitage is located in Nīleshwar. Free WiFi access is available in this resort. The accommodation will provide you with air

    4,500.00 Avg/night

  • Weather

     

    Muzhappilangad Beach - Muzhappilangad Beach is situated 15 km south of Kannur and is one of the longest beaches in Malabar region. It is a clean beach which is protected by black rocks and is known for its shallow water that is suitable for swimming. Tourists can enjoy swimming and sun bathing at this beach, which is just 4 km away from Tellicherry. Travellers can visit the Dharmadam Island or the Green Island, which is situated across the Anjarakkandy River. This beach is around 95 km from the Calicut International Airport and is located at a distance of 15 km from the Kannur Railway Station. Tourists can also travel by taxi or auto rickshaw from the Thalasseri Railway Station, which is 8 km away from this beach.

     

    Marari Beach - Marari Beach on the Malabar Coast is a popular tourist attraction, which got its name from Mararikulum, which is a local fishing village along the Arabian Sea. Travellers coming to this beach can enjoy sea surfing, boat cruise in backwaters, water skiing, deep sea fishing and many more water activities. There is an ancient European Church, St. Francis Church near this beach. Other important places that tourist can visit near this beach are the Dutch Palace and Jewish Synagogue. It is located at around 60 km from the Cochin Airport and is 1 km from Marari village on NH 47. The nearest railway station to Marari is just 5 km from this beach. Taxis are available from the Cochin Airport and the railway station to visit this beach.

     

    Beypore Beach - Beypore Beach is situated on the banks of Chaliyar River in the Kozhikode district. This beach was one of the important fishing harbours and maritime centres of ancient Kerala. There is a boat building yard at this beach which is known for the construction of Uru, the traditional Arabian trading vessel. Due to its ship building industry, the ancient Beypore Beach was sought after by the merchants coming from Western Asia. There is a 2 km long bridge built into the sea from the Beypore Beach. This bridge is made using big stones piled together to make a pathway into the sea. The Beypore Beach is situated around 10 km south of the main Kozhikode city. The Beypore Beach can be reached from the Calicut International Airport, which is around 23 km away from this attraction. Tourists can also travel from Calicut Railway Station, which is just 10 km from the beach. Local transportation including bus, auto rickshaws and taxis are available from main city centre and station to reach this beach.  

     

    Malampuzha Dam - Malampuzha Dam is one of the largest reservoirs in Kerala, which is located in Palakkad. This dam is a combination of 220 m long earthen dam and masonry dam, which is 1849 m in length. The Malampuzha Dam is around 6,066 ft high and is located along the Malampuzha River, which is a tributary of Bharathappuzha. The two canal systems, having a capacity of 42,090 hectares, serve the reservoir of this dam. This dam project was started in 1949 and was finally completed in 1955, having a total catchment area of 145 sq. km. The dam has a capacity of around 8000 sq. m of water, which provides drinking water to Palakkad. Tourists can visit the Rope Way, Snake Park, Malampuzha Gardens, Rock Garden and the aquarium. There is also an amusement park, known as Fantasy Park, around 1.5 km from the Malampuzha Dam.

     

    Thusharagiri Waterfalls - Thusharagiri Waterfalls, situated in the Western Ghats, is thronged by several tourists. Two streams, originating at the Western Ghats, meet here to form the Chalippuzha River. The name of the attraction, Tusharagiri, means snowy spray. The attraction was named so because of the snowy spray created by the Chalippuzha River when it diverges into the three waterfalls. Thenpara is the highest waterfall that falls from an altitude of 75 m. It is located at around 45 km from Calicut and has a crocodile farm run by the forest department. Moreover, this waterfall is located at Kodencherry in Kozhikode District and is known as trekkers' paradise. Trekkers coming to this place can start trekking early in the morning, covering the places with plantations of pepper, rubber, areca nut, ginger and various other spices. Besides these plantations, trekkers can trek through the dense evergreen forests with exotic birds and animals and thereafter head towards Vythiri and Wayanad Districts by evening.

     

    Ezhimala Beach - Ezhimala Beach is clustered atop a hill, at an altitude of around 286 m from the sea level. This beach is around 55 km from the main city of Kannur and has one of the largest naval academys located nearby. An ancient burial chamber, an ancient cave and carved stone pillars are major attractions of this beach. There are various rare medicinal herbs found on the hill top, which also has an ancient Mosque. Buses, taxis and auto rickshaws are available from the main city to travel to the Ezhimala Beach.

     

    Moppila Bay Beach - Moppila Bay Beach is a popular fishing harbour located near the St. Angelo’s Fort. It is one of the natural beaches in the Malabar region, whose fishing harbour was built with the aid of the Indo-Norwegian Pact. This beach is famous for the remnants of the fort and temple. It was famous during the regime of Kolathiri, as it was a commercial harbour that linked Kolathunadu with Lakshadweep Islands and many foreign countries. Tourists can avail taxis, auto rickshaws and local buses from Kannur to visit the Moppila Bay Beach.

     

    Thalasseri Fort - Thalasseri Fort is situated around 22 km from Kannur and was constructed by the East India Company in 1708. During the British Rule, this fort was the main military centre of the British troops. This fort stands on a rocky cliff which is situated on the Thalasseri Beach. There is a big lighthouse at this beach, along with a church, cemetery and the collector's mansion. Calicut International Airport is located around 93 km from this fort and tourists can also travel from nearby Kannur Railway Station. Kannur is also connected by road and have regular buses to reach this fort.

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