Tuesday, February 25, 2020
Kerala

Tourism

Kasargod


Kasargod, the 14th district of Kerala, located in the northern extreme, lies on the banks of the Payaswini River. Renowned for its handloom and coir industry, it is one of the most enchanting districts bounded by the Western Ghats in the east and the Arabian sea in the west & blessed with water, forest and mineral resources. Earlier Kasargod was a part of South Kanara district of the Madras Presidency under the British, and after the states re-organisation in 1956, it became a part Malabar district and was later added to the Kannur district.

image    Tourist Attractions
» Bekal » Cheruvathur » Edneer Mutt
» Kumbla » Manjeswaram » Nileshwaram
» Pandiyan Kallu » Trikkaripur » Veeramala Hills
 
image   Churches
» Bela Church » Narampady Church
 
image   Dams, Lakes, Beaches and Waterfalls
» Azhithala Beach » Bakel Fort Beach » Hosdurg Beach
» Kanwatheertha Beach » Kappil Beach » Pallikere Beach
» Valiyaparamba Backwaters
 
image   Fairs, Festivals and Events
» Bharani Maholsavam » Buffalo Race » Cock Fight
» Sarvajanika Ganeshotsavam
 
image   Forts, Palaces, Monuments and Museums
» Bekal Fort » Chandragiri Fort » Hosdurg Fort
» Maipady palace
 
image   Getaways
» Kottanchery Hill » Possadigumpe Hill » Ranipuram
 
image   Mosques
» Cheruvathur Kota Palli » Malik Ibn Dinar Mosque » Nellikkunnu Mosque
 
image   Parks, Gardens and Zoos
» Bekal Hole Aqua Park » Puliyamkulam Park or Kareem Forest Park
 
image   Spiritual Centers
» Anandashram » Nityanandashram
 
image   Temples
» Ananthapura Lake Temple » Kizhur Sastha Temple » Madhur Ananteshwara Vinayaka Temple
» Madiyam Kovilakam Temple » Mallikarjuna Temple » Palakkunnu Bhagavathy Temple
» Sree Gopala Krishna Temple » Sree Mahalingeshwara Temple » Srimath Anantheshwar Temple
» Trikkanad Sree Thrayambakeshwara Temple