The abode of misty mesmerising mountains, breath taking waterfalls and rivers, dark green rainforest, beautiful grass lands...
HOW TO GET HERE
126 km from Mangalore Airport, Karnataka
110Kms from Kozhikode, nearest Airport
40Kms from Payyanur, nearest Railway Station
5Kms from Cherupuzha, nearest Bus Station
“REJUVENATE YOUR BODY AND SPIRIT”
The spectacle of cascading mountains afar in the east and vast expanse of blue oceans and beautiful beaches brocaded with coconut trees. Sandwiched in between is one of the most stunning stretches of backwaters. HIM Ezhimala is the perfect place to explore all these beautiful terrains.
Major attractions in Ezhimala
The HIM, the centre for spiritual and Cultural tours have a six temples and a Kavu. Pujas are performed in the morning and evenings. Ideal for organising Bhajans and Spiritual camps.
It is a level III & IV trekking track to Kottenchery plains and peaks. You can also follow the elephant tracks and take a dip in cascading white water streams
Sree Raja Rajeswari Temple
Raja Rajeswari temple has a prominent place amongst the numerous Siva temples of south India. It is situated in Taliparamba, the nearby twon. It is believed that If any problem is encountered in the other temples of South India, devotees seek a solution in this temple through a prasna, a traditional method of astrological decision making.
Muzhapillangad Drive in Beach
Approximately 47 kms from HIM Ezhimala. This is the longest drive in beaches in India aâ€‹â€‹nd featured in list of top six drive in beaches of the world by BBC Autos. The sand is firm enough to support even medium heavy vehicles
One of the longest and unpolluted backwaters of Kerala. Both sides of the backwaters is adorned by the unending populus emerald green coconut trees. House boats are available on hire for the backwater cruise. Best in the morning and evening hrs.
Kerala Folklore Academy
This is an autonomous center for cultural affairs, is located at Chirakkal in Kannur, Kerala. Ideal place to visit for those who want to explore the cultural and art trails of Kerala . The main objective of the Academy is to promote and protect the traditional art forms of Kerala.â€‹
Located at Taliparamba in the Kannur district. The main deity of the temple is Shree Krishna after "Kamsavadham", sitting in Raudra posture (ferocious posture). This temple is called 'North Guruvayoor'. The sanctum has beautiful carvings and murals from the 15th and 16th centuries
North Malabar is famous for its handlooms and cloths. The sheer magic of craftmanship is to be seen to be believed. Kasargod cotton sarees are very special and should be in the must-buy list of travelers. The handloom societies in Malabar have now added natural and organic fabric to their product line.
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