Kakkayam is in Kozhikode's Koorachundu Panchayath and its biggest attraction remains the dam which is part of the Kuttiyadi Hydro Electric project, positioned at a height of about 2450 ft above sea level.
When the world stayed indoors, worked from home, and rarely stepped out or socialised in 2020, the tourism industry looked at it as a business opportunity.
Keeping in mind the needs of the differently-abled people, the park, which was built at a cost of Rs 2.8 crore by the state tourism department, has special pathways and toilets for them.
Some travellers even pitch tents there to witness the sunrise and the sunsets. It might not be a cakewalk to reach Ponmudikotta, but it is worth the effort.
Thrissur offers a wide range of options - right from forests to seashores to museums and a zoo.
You must bypass 6 small bridges and get into ferry boats to reach this lazy little village surrounded by the Vembanad lake.
Everything is designed keeping an eye on the COVID protocols.
Apart from this, the absence of guards around places like Seetharkundu, Kesavan Para and Maan Para, makes the place more vulnerable to danger.
This 45-minute ride through Vembanad, the largest lake in Kerala is the best way to enjoy some fresh air along with some amazing views.
From September to February, the viewpoint will be covered in mist and if you are lucky you can even spot some wild animals en-route.