A drive through the 4.5-km stretch of beach at Muzhappilangad will change your impression of a traditional beac
The 500-year-old historic monument has a trove of some amazing stories that throw light on a bygone era
Aralam is considered the lifeline of Kannur and another attraction at the sanctuary is Ambalappara, its highest point at 1,576 m.
The view of the sun shine seeping through a canopy of trees is simple enchanting. It is, however, just a preview of the unending sights that await you.
Kannur has colourful sights and leisure activities on offer, not to mention those signposts of its distinct cultural identity.
India's longest drive-in beach belongs to Kannur. The Muzhuppilanad beach is 6 kilometres long.
The precise location of the shrine, known as ‘Urumbachan Kottam’, is Kuttikkakom on the Thottada - Kizhunnapara Road in Kannur district.
The airport built in an area of 2,300 acres has all modern passenger amenities.
Kannur, the cradle of enduring ritualistic folk arts like Theyyam and folk music has always remained a land of abiding charms.
The panorama of Palakkayam Thattu is mesmerising when viewed from the top of Pythal hill.