Thusharagiri, considered as the prime tourist destination of the Malabar region situated in the midst of mountains just 8 KM away from Hotel Thushara International, one of the Most beautiful and heart throbbing water falls of Kerala. It is famous for its four natural water falls. The all four are inside the forest and it is a pleasure for the eyes to watch the Milky water falls in between the greenish back ground. The enchanting Beauty of the water falls always attract the tourists..
Pathamkayam an untained lagoon in the midist of forest an untouched natural beauty where the tourist can enjoy a natural shower with all its natural refreshing moods. Every tourist visiting Tusharagiri would obviously want to visit this magnificent destination. Situated at a distance of 10 kms from Tusharagiri waterfalls, Pathamkayam also figures prominently in the tourist map.
For the people of Kozhikode, this pleasant stretch of rock studded beach is Kappakkadavu. To the tourist it is one of the most charming of Kerala's beaches. Kappad finds mention in history and geography texts as the gateway to the Malabar coast. Here, 501 years ago, 170 men led by the Portuguese navigator Vasco da Gama (1460-1524) sailed in and stepped into Kerala to create a new chapter in history..
This perennial fresh water lake, nestled among wooded hills, is the only one of its kind in Kerala. Boating facilities, a children's park, handicrafts & spices emporium and a fresh water aquarium are among the tourist facilities available here. The lake is 15 Km away from Hotel Thushara International.
These Sancturies are situtated about 15 km from Sultan Battery and about 45 Km from Hotel Thushara International. Contiguous with the protected area network of Nagerhole wild life sanctuary and Bandipur National Park. The 345 Sq. Km. Muthanga Sanctuary is rich in fauna and flora. It is second largest in the state. Elephants roam freely here and tigers are sighted frequently. Various species of deer, monkeys, birds are also found here. Trees and plants growing here are typical of the South Indian most deciduous forests and West Coast semi evergreen forests. Best season to visit is September to April.
Pazhassi Kerala Varma Raja had a heroic death after fighting to the finish against British supremacy in the thick forests of Wayanad. he died on November 30,1805. His tomb at the Mananthavady, Wayanad had been a source of inspiration for many to fight the colonial forces. Archeology Department had taken over the Pazhassi tomb at Mananthavady town. Location: Mananthavady, 30 km from Kalpetta, Wayanad district head quarters.
This place can be accessed only by trekking. Rare species of birds can be sighted from the watchtower of this bird sanctuary. Trekking is the only mode of reaching this place. The Kuruva Islands is also nearby this place on the banks of Kabanithese River. These Islands are rich in herbs, orchids, rare species of flowers, animals and birds.
The two 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 civilization 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. Entry is permitted only upto 5:00 pm.