Near by places
At a distance of just 1 km and surrounded by the mighty Western Ghats, this scenic spot has a dam and beautifully landscaped garden.
The Malampuzha Garden known as the Vrindavan of Kerala, exudes the charm and harmony of nature with a perfect synchronization of the grandeur of the mountains blending with the serenity of rivers. The lush green lawns, innumerable flower beds, glittering pools, fountains and avenues spur the rosyness of one's mind.
Palakkad Fort is one of the best preserved Forts in Kerala, was built by Mysore's Haider Ali in 1766 AD. In 1790, the Fort was taken over and renovated by the British.
Dhoni Hills & Farms
15 kms from Palakkad town-nestles a beautiful waterfall
A "Pair of Hands" is worshipped as the main deity.
KalpathyTemple & Village
Built in 1425 AD - Chariot Festival
A tribute to the past masters of Kerala architecture.
SilentValley National Park
One of the last remnants of Tropical rain forests in India- accessible only by foot (nearly 24kms)
Cholanur Peacock Sanctuary is 30 kms from Palakkad and is one of the best places to watch peacocks.
Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary
At a distance 0f 105 kms - home to rare varieties of animals & birds - Reservoir for boating/cruising - tree houses-presence of the oldest teak tree, kannimari.
Hillstation ideal for trekking, offers a bird's eye view of one-third of Palakkad
The ten step waterfall- accessible from a distance of 37 kms from Palakkad on Mannarkkad-Palakkad route.