The Malabar Botanical Garden and Institute of Plant Sciences spreads itself on 60 acres of land with over 10,000 varieties of plants.
The community of Gujaratis has merged with the history of this land in northern Kerala.
Telugu Yadavas have been diligently following the age-old customs. Even today, they strictly adhere to the Gothra (clan) system.
Some of Kerala's best trekking spots can be found along the Kozhikode-Malappuram borders.
The city now attracts tourists from all over the world and its sandy beaches are a famous spot for all nature lovers.
The food truck is owned by Suvin, a native of Palazhi, a suburb of Kozhikode city.
'Street Rolls' is a small shack-like eatery which serves delicious rolls and juices.
The lush green countrysides, serene beaches, historic sites, wildlife sanctuaries, rivers, hills and a unique culture of warmth, hospitality and compassion make Kozhikode a favourite travel destination.