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Also known as the cultural capital of Kerala, hosts the most colourful temple festival of Kerala, Celebrated in (April-May), it consists of processions of richly caparisoned elephants from various neighboring temples to the Vadakumnathan temple, Thrissur. The most impressive processions are those from the Thiruvambadi and the Paramekkavu temples.
East of Chalakudy, near the entrance to the Sholayar forest ranges, is the beautiful waterfalls of Athirapally. This waterfalls is a place of scenic beauty, and is of 80 feet high. The Vazhachal water falls is only 5 kms away from the Athirappally falls.There are water theme parks, on the way to these beautiful falls. Where young ones can have lot of fun, along with their elders.
North of Thrissur, 29km away near the Shornur Railway Junction is Cheruthuruthy, home of the renowned repository of the tradition of the Kathakali dance form. It is in this academy that the best of Kerala's Kathakali performers get their rigorous training. The institution also offers training in music, drama, and other dance forms including Mohiniyattam, Koodiyattam and Ottam Thullal.

Peechi Dam, Guruvayur (Pilgrim Centre), Punnathur Kotta, Vadakkumnathan Temple
Art Museum, Zoo & Snake Park, Punnathur Kotta, Aarattupuzha, Chimminy Wildlife Sanctury
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The district of Palakkad known as the granary of Kerala, is a land of valleys, hillocks, rivers, forests, mountain streams, dams and irrigation projects. Situated at the foot of the western ghats, this is the gateway to Kerala from the north.This place was once a beautiful stretch of forests covered with the sweet scented flowers of the Pala tree.

Palakkad Fort, Malampuzha Garden, Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary, Punarjani Cave, Nelliyampathy, Jain Temple of Jainimedu, Silent Valley National Park
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This green paradise lies at an altitude varying from 700 - 2100 meters above the sea level. The district has the highest number of tribal settlements in Kerala. Lakkidi, the gateway to Wayanad, is situated 700 m above mean sea level. Lofty peaks, gurgling streams and luxuriant forests add magic to the journey up the winding roads to this hill station.
Edakkal caves are located at a height of 1000 m on Ambukutty Mala near Ambalavayal. The New Stone Age pictorial writings on the walls of these natural caves at Edakkal are evidence of the civilisation that existed in these regions in prehistoric times. The caves can be accessed only by a 1 km trekking trail from Edakkal. Morning hours are the best time to visit the caves.

Pakshipathalam Bird Sanctuary, Chembra Peak, Pazhassi tomb, The Glass Temple of Kottamunda, Kurava Island, Pookot Lake, Thitunelly Temple, Soochippara Waterfall, Wayanad Wildlife Sanctury, Nagarhole National Park
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Bakel Fort

The 300 years old Bakel Fort is the largest and best-preserved fort in Kerala, which is 16kms south of Kasargod. This imposing circular structure of laterite, rising 130 feet above sea level, stands on a 35-acre headland that runs into the Arabian Sea. The beautiful Bakel beach with the historically and archeologically significant Bakel fort in the background is now being developed into an International Tourist destination.

Chandragiri (Fort), Verramala (Picnic Spot), Valiyaparamba (Backwaters), The Kappil Beach, Pallikere Beach, Kanwatheertha Beach, Kottancherry (Trekking Spot)
Ranipuram (Trekking Spot)
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