Silent Valley National Park
Despite the fact that there are several must-see destinations in North Kerala, Silent Valley stands out. It is the ideal location for experiencing the Western Ghats' biodiversity as well as one of the popular tourist places in North Kerala. The Silent Valley National Park, located in the Palakkad district's north-eastern corner, is home to over 1000 flowering plants.
It's fascinating to note that this park is home to over 110 orchid species. This park also has a diverse collection of animals, birds, butterflies, and insect species for visitors to enjoy. The region's tropical evergreen forest serves as a nursery for exotic flora and wildlife
-Explore River Hut
-Enjoy the Photo Exhibition
-Walk with Master
-Go to the Sairandhri Safari
Valiyaparamba, in the Kasaragod district in North Kerala, is a popular backwater vacation. Aside from that, it's a well-known fishing spot. This lovely backwater tourist destination is about an hour's drive from Bekal. The Valiyaparamba Backwaters are one of the most popular summer vacation spots in the state's northern districts.
Boat trips through the region's picturesque backwaters are an unforgettable experience. Visitors to the Valiyaparamba backwaters should make a point of visiting the beautiful Bekal Fort and the neighbouring attractions.
-Explore the Bekal Fort
-Enjoy the Boat Ride to Valiyaparamba Island
These backwaters are near to the lovely Thiruvallam, Velli, and Kovalam, with the Arabian Sea in the west and the pristine Western Ghats in the east. There are numerous locations on Poovar's streets where you may negotiate and reserve houseboats. Don't miss the tranquil Lighthouse Beach, the Neyyar River Estuary, and the Pieta Church.
The Thiruvallam backwaters are around 6 kilometres from Trivandrum, Kerala's capital. The Sree Parasurama Temple in Thiruvallam is a religiously significant site. The park near Akkulam Lake in Thiruvallam is said to be Kerala's largest and most popular tourist attraction.
-Sight the famous rivers Killi and Karamana.
-Enjoy the Veli Lagoon and Akulam Boat Club
Because of its gorgeous nature, unusual animals, and stunning tourist sites, Wayanad is unquestionably one of most sought after tourist places in North Kerala. Those planning a journey to the state's northern regions can consider visiting Wayanad. The Banasura Sagar Dam is a stunning sight in this district. It's about a 21-kilometer drive from Kalpetta.
Visitors will be delighted by the magnificent landscape of mountains over the Dam, in addition to the gorgeous nature. Because of the development of little islands and the crystal blue water of the Banasura Lake, this location is a photographer's dream, especially during the monsoon season.
-Enjoy Boating and Trekking
-Trek to Meenmutty Falls
-Rock Climbing at Suchipara Falls
Nelliyampathy is one of the best tourist places in North Kerala that is surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty. The fact that this panoramic region in North Kerala has so many tourist attractions is one of the numerous advantages of picking this destination for your trip.
In fact, to see all of the must-see sights in this region, you'll need at least two days. Nelliyampathy Hill, Seethargundu Viewpoint, and Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary are some of the most well-known attractions in this area.
-Virgin hills of Nelliyampathy
-Spot rare animal species at Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary.
-Enjoy spectacular aerial views from the Seetharkundu Viewpoint
-Go for Paragliding and Paramotoring
Thenmala is India's first planned ecotourism destination, located at the crossroads of the Kollam-Shenkottai and Trivandrum-Shenkottai roads. The major hill ranges of Thiruvananthapuram, Pathanamthitta, and Kollam districts are covered by ten ecotourism destinations. Because the name 'Thenmala' means 'Honey Hill,' it's no wonder that high-quality honey is exported from this region.
The dense forest in the area is also noted for its valuable lumber, which is in high demand across the country. Its landscape is filled with woods, rubber plantations, and tree plantations, and it was named one of the world's top eco-friendly projects by the World Tourism Organization.
Thattekad Bird Sanctuary
Thattekad Bird Sanctuary is located in the Kothamangalam Taluk of Ernakulam district, on the northern bank of the Periyar River, and is spread out over 25 square kilometres. It is about 60 kilometres north-east of Kochi. Dr Salim Ali recognised Thattekad as the richest bird habitat in peninsular India in 1930, and it was designated as a Bird Sanctuary in 1983. Because the forest is home to a diverse range of deciduous forest and evergreen trees,
it provides a secure haven for birds. As a result, it's a fascinating area for birders and wildlife aficionados to visit.
-Bird watching at Thattekad Bird Sanctuary
-Sight the Elephants, leopards and sloths at Sanctuary
Marine is a lovely and attractive promenade in Kochi that overlooks the city's backwaters. It is a well-known must-see destination for tourists and locals alike. It's a 140-meter boardwalk that connects the Jankar Jetty (north) to the Ernakulam Boat Jetty (south) (South). It's on the edge of a backwater that starts behind the Children's Park and ends near Shanmugham Road.
It's covered in red-carpet super tiles with black dots. On ash grey tiles, wooden seats with cast-ironed, weather-proof chairs provide the ultimate in leisure
-Evening Walks at Beach
-Enjoy the majestic Arabian Sea at Gallery
Ponmudi is a lovely tiny hamlet in Trivandrum, Kerala, nestled in the lap of the Western Ghats, surrounded by tea estates, beautiful green hills and valleys, cascades and streams. The most popular activity is hiking and mountain climbing on Agasthyarkoodam, the region's highest peak.
Explore the Golden Valley's wilderness and relax by the freshwater springs and Kallari River to receive the best of both worlds. Take a stroll through the deer park and up to the Ponmudi crest.
-Hiking and Mountain Climbing on Agasthyarkoodam
-Explore the Golden Valley
-Sight the Deers at Deer Park
Lakkidi, also known as the Wayanad Gateway, is one of Kerala's most stunning tourist spots. There's a lot to see and do in this monsoon destination, which boasts the state's greatest rainfall region. The beautiful streams and lush foliage of the hills attract visitors.
It's also a well-known hill station in the state, with plenty of luxury hotels and resorts to choose from for comfortable lodging. Observing the beautiful nights and magical sunrise from Lakkidi Viewpoint can be one of the most memorable experiences for any visitor.
-Visit the Chain Tree
-Experience the spectacular snaky and zigzag road
Malamphuza Garden and Dam,
Malampuzha Garden and Dam is a must-see tourist attraction in Kerala's northwestern region. The stunningly planted garden in front of the dam is a sight to behold. This breathtaking picnic location, located near Palakkad at the slopes of the Western Ghats, provides excellent boating opportunities for visitors.
Because of its theme parks and well-kept gardens, it is one of Kerala's most kid-friendly resorts. The ropeway, a fish-shaped aquarium, a lovely rock garden, and a snake park are just a few of the attractions that draw visitors to this location. The rock garden, which is made up of broken and undesired tiles, bangles, and other waste items, is unquestionably a highlight of Malampuzha.
-Visit the Rock Garden
-Pedal Boating at Malampuzha Gardens
-Get a Thrilled Experience of The Rope Way
Kuruvadweep is a popular tourist destination in Wayanad, around 14 kilometres from Mananthawady. It is a series of islets on the Kabini River that cover 950 acres of gorgeous evergreen forests. Kuruvadweep's islets provide a sanctuary for both indigenous and migratory birds.
Visitors to this charming tourist destination can take in some rare orchids, wild flowers, and a diverse range of plants. Kuruvadweep is an unusual holiday location excellent for those looking for some peace and tranquility. The area is very well-known among hikers.
-Enjoy Bamboo Rafting
-Experience the flora and fauna of the river Kabini