Sasipara – Hill Station

Sasipara,Kanjirakolly is an idyllic hill station in Kannur district of Kerala. It sits on the laps of the Western Ghats at a height of about 4000 ft above the sea level. This is a beautiful tourist spot and hundreds of visitors come here every year. Read More . . .

Alakapuri – Waterfalls

The Alakapuri waterfalls is really the most attractive of all the monsoon scenes.It is a beautiful sight to watch the fall from the base of the second fall,and from the summit of the third fall and also from the base of the entire cascade of water. Read More . . .

Western Ghats – Cool Hills

It is a location of exotic beauty of unpolluted ranges of the Western Ghats with friendly people.The history of human habitation in this region trace back thousands of years. Peoples here live in amity and have joined together to improve. Read More . . .

Kanmadapara – Mountain

Located about 4500 feet above sea level. This rocky mountain peak derived its name from an Ayurvedic medicine called “kanmadam”. It is believed that timber traders in the ancient got this rare medicine of very high cost from the rock. Read More . . .

The fresh water and the rich flora and fauna coupled with its location on the fringes of the Karnataka Evergreen forests makes Kanjirakolly all the more enchanting to visitors and the natural waterfalls and rocky hilltops attract them irresistibly. They invite each and every one.

Brief Summary

The Abode of Sleeping Gods

Set against the back drop of the undulating evergreen hills and valleys, Kanjirakolly is an emerging tourism centre in Malabar, Kerala Endowed with the bounteous splendor of nature, the village of Kanjirakolly is located 65km from the district headquarters of Kannur. Situated among the foot hills of Western Ghats, and bordering the Coorge range of Karnataka evergreen forests, Kanjirakolly is a very beautiful village in Kannur district and can aptly be called “The Abode of Sleeping Gods”

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    Which can be enjoyed by tourists from within or outside the country 365 days of year

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    Rare plants called “neelakkurinji” blossom once in every 12 years

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