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places to visit in Kannur

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. This place had also gifted many legends and scholars to the World. Hence the Crown of Kerala – Kannur holds a prime position in Kerala tourism. Now let us see some of the places to visit in Kannur.

An Outlook Of Kannur City And Beaches

Taliparamba

Taliparamba is situated at a distance of 25km from Kannur town. The city is surrounded by lush green fields along with ancient tile-roofed houses that make the place more beautiful. This place also has numerous churches, temples, mosques. One of the temples which are often visited by the tourists is Sree Krishna temple that is dedicated to Lord Krishna.

Syed Nagar Mosque, St.Mary’s Forane Pilgrim Church, Kanjirangad Vaidyanatha temple are other tourist attractions of the city. This place is an important trading centre for spices. Crystal clear waters, rolling hills, green lawns make s this city even more alluring. Some of the famous city is the hanging bridge at Kuttiyeri and kooveri.

Payyambalam Beach

payyambalam beach - KannurPayyambalam beach in Kannur is filled by golden sands and with the waves of the Arabian sea. One of the main highlights of Payyambalam beach is that it is peaceful and invites aura. To reach this beach one has to pass through the small crossover bridge that is built over a narrow canal and to the right of the bridge you can find the memorials of important political personalities who had passed away. Palm trees and casuarinas make this beachside more alluring. This beach is also favourite for the adventure junkies who can do boating, swimming etc.

Hill Stations Of Kannur – Places To Visit In Kannur

Madayipara

madayippara - kannur

Madayipara is the most beautiful landscapes in Kerala and is a hillock near Pazhayangandi, Kannur. This place is known as ‘the land of flowers. This land changes its appearance with the seasons. During the spring season this place is full of brightly coloured flora and on the summer season, the hillock will be covered with the golden field filled with grass.

On the autumn season the place is dotted with leaves that paint the field a crimson red and on the monsoon, this place got decorated with various shades of green. Certainly, these changes attract countless tourists around the world to come and witness this extraordinary phenomenon.

Paithalmala

paithalmala - kannurPaithalmala is small and beautiful peaks in the Western Ghats. This is in the front of Kodagu in Kannur district. This is the tallest peak in the Kannur district and is a very popular trekking destination for all the adventure and nature lovers. Therefore trekking is the best activity one can indulge here. Include this hillock in the list of places to visit in Kannur.

Ezhimala

In Kannur, you can find Ezhimala that is 286-meter high destination surrounding a pristine beach. This place has few carved stone structures and herbs that have medicinal properties. Therefore this is a popular hill station in the region of Kerala andezhimala - kannur has a history associated with itself. The seven peaks are believed to be have been dropped by Lord Hanuman as he carried the Sanjeevani herb to Lord Lakshman.

Apart from this, the destination also holds religious values for the Buddhist community and is believed that Ezhimala had been graced with the presence of Lord Buddha. Ezhimala steals the heart of tourists with its scenic beauty and alluring pathways. Because of its alluring nature, this is one of the best places to visit in Kannur.

Wildlife Sanctuary, Snake Park And The Fort Of Kannur

St. Angelo Fort

St.Angelo fort is a popular and a main tourist attraction of Kannur. This fort has an elegance and overwhelming power. St.Angelo’s Fort has a panoramic and unobstructed view. It also dominates the Mopilla bay, a natural harbour. Above all the fort is famous for the history and for the tales that it has to say.

Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary

aralam wildlife sanctuary - kannurAralam Wildlife sanctuary is the only wildlife sanctuary in Kannur. You can find many wildlife species here. While taking a safari through the wildlife you will encounter with many species of animals and birds that will leave you amazed at nature’s wondrous creations. Nature camps are conducted for students to give them a chance to take a break from the city’s noise. There are a few trekking locations in the sanctuary.

Parassinikadavu Snake Park

Parassinikadavu Snake Park is one the snake sanctuaries of Asia and is the pride of the South. This is one of the most prominent reptile preservation centres in the Country. The park houses 150 different species of reptiles, crocodiles, lizards, snakes- venomous and non-venomous. The snake park also preserves and protects wildparassanikadu snake park - kannur mammals, marine creatures as well as rare avifauna.

This snake park is established as an initiative of Visha Chikitsa Kendra, a medical institution that offers diagnosis and treatment of snakebites. The main objective behind the establishment of this park was to clarify the undue superstitions that surround the snakes, educate man about these species and to create awareness among them. This park provides a treat for the wildlife enthusiasts, animal lovers and one of the places to visit in Kannur.

Famous Art Form Of Kannur

Theyyam

Theyyam Festival is one of the most eagerly awaited festivals of Kannur. This festival is a remarkable and riveting art form of Malabar. Certainly, Theyyam celebration includes performances of four hundred traditional folk dances and is celebrated to appease local deities, Gods, Goddesses.

theyyamPerformers use to wear attractive traditional costumes. It is celebrated in the premises of a local shrine or an open space with a temporarily built sanctuary. Therefore, it is believed that after performing the due rituals and chanting the shlokas, the deity of the shrine temporarily manifests into the body of a worthy man, the performer.

Therefore in this post, we have covered some of the most important places to visit in Kannur. Hope you all got an outline of this beautiful places. So make a visit to this places in Kannur.

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