Imprints of a Bygone Era, a movie developed by Kerala tourism on the Palaces of Kerala.
Onam, the harvest festival of Kerala, is the State festival. Grand celebrations and games like vadam vali or tug of war are held during the ten-day festival.
Address: Nalanda Resorts NH 17 Junction. Nileshwar, Kasargod District, Kerala India Star Rating: Resort Lowest Average Price: Drive through the unspoilt district of Kasargod, in the very northern reaches of Kerala, the god’s own country, which has been handpicked by the National Geographic Traveler, as one among the fifty must see destinations in the world Read more about Nalanda Resort Nileshwar Kasargod[…]
Pandit Health Resort and Spa at Moodabidri – Near Mangalore Pandit’s Health Resort & Spa is conceived as a place to just relax, rest and breathe some unpolluted air with a basic focus on rejuvenation. Set amidst the fields, the place forms an excellent setting to get away from the stress of modern day. It’s Read more about Pandit Health Resort and Spa[…]
Kollur Mookambika Temple Kollur Mookambika Temple is 40km from Kundapur Town, about 140 km away from Mangalore City in Karnataka state in Southern part of India. Kollur village lies at the foot of the Western Ghats, and is famous for the Mookambika temple, a Hindu pilgrim center. Myths and legends Kollur is an important seat Read more about Kollur Mookambika Temple[…]
Bekal Fort – Kasargod Bekal Fort is the biggest fort in Kerala, spreading over 40 acres. The important features of this fort are the tank with its flight of steps, the tunnel opening towards the south, the magazine for keeping ammunition and the broad and wide steps leading to the Observation Tower which is a Read more about Bekal Fort – Kasargod[…]
The Coconut (ತೆಂಗಿನಕಾಯಿ in Kannada, ತಾರಾಯಿ in Tulu, नारियल in Hindi and തേങ്ങ in Malayalam) is a member of the palm family. It is the only species in the genus Cocos, and is a large palm, growing to 30 m tall, with pinnate leaves 4-6 m long, pinnate 60-90 cm long; old leaves break away Read more about Coconut in Mangalore[…]
Kolluru Mookambika Temple Kolluru Mookambika Temple (Or Kollur) is situated 40km from Kundapura town and about 140 km away from Mangalore City in Karnataka state in Southern part of India. Kolluru village lies at the foot of the Western Ghats, and is famous for the Mookambika temple, a Hindu pilgrim center. Legend goes that a Read more about Kolluru Mookambika Temple[…]
South Kanara, ageless in its natural splendour and its famous historical wonders, and is rightly called the tropical paradise of Karnataka. Besides, no where else in India, one comes across so many temples and shrines as in South Kanara. MOODBIDRI Moodbidri is about 35 km from Mangalore. This place is usually described as ‘Jaina Kashi’ Read more about Places of Visit in and Around Mangalore – Part2[…]