“Nature, culture, history and traditions …all together.”
Kannur is the home to the popular Payyambalam beach. 65 Kilometers away from Kannur on the border of Kerala and Karnataka Pythal Mala is situated which is the highest peak in North Kerala. Pythal mala is a monsoon trek which is 6 kilometers long, rich in meadows and valleys that are home to varied butterflies and birds.
Kannur has much more to offer, rich culture, history and traditions that attracts many scholars worldwide for their research. There are so many historical monuments which are the symbols of Portuguese, Dutch and British architecture; for instance St. Angelo’s Fort which was built by first Portuguese Viceroy of India in 1505, Kottiyoor Vakadkeshwaram Temple, Tiruvarkadu Bhagavathy Temple, Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary, Arakkal Museum are the prominent places to visit.