Kasargod and Kannur District, North Malabar, Kerala
110Kms from Manglore, nearest Airport
40Kms Payyanur nearest Railway Station
36 Km from Neelasharam Rly Station, Kasargod
5Kms from Cherupuzha, nearest Bus Station
The spectacle of sunsets in the western and sunrise in the eastern mountains seen from Tabor hills are spells of Nature. The nights are equally brilliant with millions of stars, visible because of the clear and unpolluted atmosphere. Misty, blue and beautiful mountains, serene grasslands, surrounded by valleys, embedded with beautiful hamlets and towns, all add to the mystic ambience and rivers, dark green rainforest, beautiful grass lands...
Kannur District, North Malabar, Kerala
126 km from Mangalore Airport, Karnataka
148 km from Kozhikode Airport, Kerala
11 Km from Payannur Rly Station, Kannur
12 Km from Payannur, Nearest Bus station, Kannur
The name ‘Ezhimala’ is believed to be the Malayalam equivalent of ‘Seven Hills’ and is derived from the seven hills dominating the skyline of this area. legend has it that the name was derived from ‘Ezhil Malai’ meaning land of beauty. Folklore has it that the seven hills are part of the ‘Rishabadri’ mountain that fell to the earth when Lord Hanuman was carrying the mountain with Mrita Sanjivani and other herbs to Lanka...
Idukki District, Kerala
110 kms from Cochin International Airport
130 Kms from Ernakulam Railway Station
5 Kms from Nearest Bus Station
Munnar rises as three mountain streams merge - Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala. 1,600 m above sea level, this hill station was once the summer resort of the erstwhile British Government in South India.
Ernakulam District, Kerala
33 kms from Cochin International Airport
14 Kms from Ernakulam Railway Station
8 Kms from Nearest Metro Station
By Boat from Marine Drive
Kadamakkudy is a bunch of breath taking islands scattered in the backwaters of Kochi hardly 15 km from the Marine drive. Of late, its rustic charm is attracting visitors from all around the world. The cluster has 14 major Islands and many more small islands many of them are now connected by rods and bridges. Moolampally is the largest of the islands with around 5 square kms. Valliya kadamakkudy, cheriyan thuruth,Chennur, pizhala, Kothad, Koranopadam,Kandanad, cheriya kadamakkudy, Palilam thuruthu, Murikkal, Puthussery, and Karikkad thuruth are other major islands which constitue this beautifu landscape.