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Bekal Fort

Bekal Fort

The huge Bekal Fort is situated about 16 km south of the northernmost district of Kerala, Kasaragod. It is one of Kerala’s largest forts and has been impeccably preserved over the years. It rises to 130 feet above sea level and is located on a 35 km headland. There’s been a lot of effort here to build a beautiful beach called Bekal Fort Beach. Most people flock to these places. The fort is conveniently located on steep hills by the sea, offering a spectacular view from the beach. It is one of the most visited sites in Kerala, constructed using laterite slabs and with a polygonal form.

Several factors have contributed to the site’s success. One of the main attractions is an observation tower filled with beautiful peepholes, the Anjaneya Temple with its famous masonry and two laterite-built Theyyam sculptures. Other important places in the region are an ancient mosque founded by Tipu Sultan and numerous underground tunnels. A rock garden has been designed in the parking area using laterite and is in itself an architectural marvel. On the beach, trees are planted along with the development of a beautiful walkway that makes it easier to cross the beach and enjoy its sights. At night, special lights illuminate the entire place, adding a whole new dimension to its beauty.

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Ranipuram

Ranipuram

Ranipuram is a famous tourist destination in Kerala’s northern edge. It is situated 750 m above sea level in Kasaragod. This makes for a perfect picnic spot where the occasional herd of elephants can even be seen. Bordering Karnataka, once known as Madathumala, it boasts some of the area’s best trekking trails. This route offers frequent busses and jeep rides are another favorite among all our tourists. The diverse vegetation including evergreen shola forests, monsoon forests and grasslands make it a good place to relax and take some time off from the rigors of everyday life.

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Malik Deenar

Malik Deenar

Built in the iconic Kerala style, the historic Malik Dinar Juma Masjid is said to have been built by and named after the man credited to bringing Islam to India. Malik Ibn Deenar and 12 associates landed in Kerala about 1500 years ago to trade and spread Islam’s message and teachings. His delegation entered Kasaragod of modern times and caught the attention of Cheraman Perumal, the local ruler. Such merchants enamored him so much that he would convert himself to Islam. The mosque was built in 642 AD and has been undergoing many renovations since then. This magnificent structure is the site of annual local festivities to mark the arrival of the first band of traders

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Madhur Temple

Madhur Temple

One of the reasons why devotees flock in large numbers to the Sree Madanantheswara Sidhivinayaka Temple is a holy bath on the banks of a river, surrounded by paddy fields and coconut trees which sway in the wind. Located on the banks of the magnificent Madhuvahini River, 8 km from Kasaragod Town. The unique three-tiered dome, copper-plated roofing and a cloistered courtyard make people particularly enamored. People trust in this holy site’s purifying energy, where Lord Shiva is the main deity, but it is also extremely important to devotees of Ganapathy.

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Anathapura Lake Temple

Anadthapura Lake Temple

The Ananthapura Lake Temple, the only lake temple in Kerala, is located in the northern edge of Kerala. This magnificent temple is housed in the rectangular lake, supplied with regular spring water. It is called Lord Ananthapadmanabha’s moolasthanam (original abode), the deity of Thiruvananthapuram’s famous Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple. This temple of the 9th century is located 30 km from Bekal in the district of Kasaragod. The view from the temple of the hillocks is extremely famous. Among all tourists, Babia, the vegetarian crocodile and guardian of the temple, is famous. The drive to the temple itself is very relaxing and quiet.

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Bela Church

Bela Church

Built in 1890, it is the district’s oldest church. This Gothic Roman Catholic Revival church, under the diocese of Manglore, has recently celebrated its centenary and has been renovated as well. Bela Catholic Parish is one of the Diocese of Mangalore’s oldest parishes. This is the Kasaragod district’s oldest parish. The Catholics ‘ mother tongue is Konkan.

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Pallikkara Beach

Pallikkara Beach

Pallikkara is a village located in Kanhangad District, Kasaragod, Kerala State, India. It is part of the Division of North Kerala. It is situated 18 KM south from the headquarters of the Kasaragod district. The beach park is one of Kasaragod’s main attractions, it has camel rides and other adventures on horseback. Area of attachments.

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Chembirika Beach

Chembirika Beach

The mind blowing view of Chembirika Beach and the Noombil River (also known as the Chembirika River), which is considered to be the smallest river in Kerala, can be identified as one of the beauty of nature in which the river enters the sea over here and is frequently visited by local tourists from other districts of Kerala, sometimes from other states of India and rarely outside of India.Melparamb is Chembirika’s closest residential settlement.

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