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Kakkad ecotourism in Kozhikode. Kerala is less explored by the human beings. Kakkad is 45 Km away from Kozhikode city in the direction of Wayanad in Kozhikode,  Wayanad National Highway at Eangapuzha. It is a new eco-tourism spot situated in Thamarassery forest range. If you are a nature lover then this is the place that...
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Kerala, the land of God is blessed with many natural wonders that make it a place to live and explore. Kerala is rich in its geographical diversity, it is also rich in flora and fauna. One of another feature that declares the state as God’s own Country is the wildlife sanctuaries that extends above Kerala....
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Meesapulimala is the second highest peak in the Western Ghats of Idukki district on Indian subcontinent after Anamudi. This peak is 2640 m above sea level. It contains a beautiful tourist place in Kerala. The name is derived as it is formed of eight peaks that spread like a Moustache and is located in between...
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Beautiful places near Athirapally and Details Malakkappara Have you heard of Malakkappara, Ambanad Hills? If not have a look at this blog that describes the beautiful places near Athirapally that are located in Kerala and is often less explored the place. Malakkappara or Malakhapara is a small hill station that is a border place in...
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Kerala begins the mark of Onam festival with Athachamayam – The Cultural Extravagance. This celebration gives a fantabulous opportunity to commence the ten-day Onam celebration. This festival is hosted in Tripunithura, near Kochi that commemorates the victory of the king(Kochi Raja). This is accompanied by elephants, floats and with a variety of folk art forms....
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 History of Thamarassery Churam History of Thamarassery Churam, in earlier Thamarassery was known as Thazhmalachery is a bishopric and a major town in the Kozhikode district of Kerala. It is mountain passage across the western ghats. Actually, churam is the Malayalam word for ghat. It is located around 800 meters above sea level along NH766...
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Muzhappilangad beach is the one and only drive-in beach in Kerala, India. It is located 7kms from Thalassery, Kannur. This beach is featured as the longest Drive-In Beach in Asia and is listed top 6 best beaches for driving in the world. A drive through the 4 km stretch of sand lets you soak in...
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Kerala also was known as ‘The Land of Gods’. This land is full of legends as well as of magnificent temples. Kerala is well known as a spiritual destination in India. Temples in Kerala are around 2000 years old and are dedicated to Lord Shiva, Vishnu. If you are in search to fill yourself with...
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Kannur known as its anglicised name Cannanore is the largest city of North Malabar region. Because of the presence of loom industries and ritual folk arts called Theyyam held in temples, Kannur is known as the city of Looms and Lores. It is also known as “The crown of Kerala”, because of its natural treasures....
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The famous temple Guruvayoor is dedicated to Hindu God Guruvayurappan. Guruvayoor temple is located in the Guruvayur town in Thrissur district, Kerala. This is referred to as the Holy Abode of Vishnu on Earth and is an important place for Hindus. The presiding deity of the temple is Vishnu, worshipped in the form of his...
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