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Places to visit in Calicut

 
  • 01Calicut Boat Tour

    Calicut Boat Tour
    • h7 Hours
    • lCalicut
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      Indianholiday

    Unravel the unexplored facets of nature with an experience of Calicut backwaters. The boat tour of 7 hours is usually done in the Kallayi River and the Elathur Canal. You will cruise along in the Kettuvallam, a traditional houseboat which is found here.

    Meet at around 10.30am and step aboard. Well adorned, the boat comes with bedrooms and bathrooms. While on the cruise, savour the beauty of the various rural hamlets which are located in and around the region. The presence of lush green cover and endless stretches of coconut trees along the banks of the backwaters of Calicut, make it a surreal experience. Devour the cuisine served that includes South Indian delicacies and Chinese dishes.

    Duration: 7 hours 

     

  • 02The Meenmutty Waterfalls

    The Meenmutty Waterfalls
    • d1 Day
    • lWayanad
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    • the kedekal estate
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      the kedekal estate

    In Malayalam, Meenmutty means, 'Where fishes are blocked'. Meenmutty is the best places in Kerala where one can experience scenic views of nature and is set amidst the dense jungles of the western ghats.

     

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    Places to visit in Calicut

    Calicut is a major city located on the Malabar coast in the state of Kerala, and is also well known by the name of Kozhikode. Calicut is a traveler’s paradise offering a Pandora of sights and attractions in the city. While on one hand, Calicut is renowned for its serene beaches and lush green environments, on the other hand, it is also famous for its numerous historical monuments and museums. Some of the most important places to visit in Calicut include the Kappad Beach, the Beypore Fort, Kadalundi Bird Sanctuary, Thusharagiri Waterfalls, Krishna Menon, Pazhassirajah, The Tali Temple and Jama-at-palli.

    Apart from the various historical landmarks and monument, Calicut is also close to the magnanimous Wayanad hills, where visitors can enjoy trekking and also spot wild animals in their natural habitats. The city is also a neighbor to the Western Ghats of Mysore or Bangalore thus offering one with a plenitude of weekend getaways.