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We arrange special trips to the following destinations for our customers.

Adyanpara Water Falls

Beautiful waterfall, suitable for trekking Adyan Para, 10 Kms. away from Nilambur is fast emerging as a main tourist center. Adyanpara water falls is just 23 KMs away from Malabar Heritage.


Angadippuram Tali Temple

Angadippuram Tali Temple,is considered to be an ancient one and a part of the 18 Tali Temples ( Shiva Temples) build by Parasurama. This temple is just 15 KMs away from Malabar Heritage.


Guruvayoor Temple

The Guruvayur Shri Krishna Temple is one of the most important and sacred pilgrim centres of Kerala. It is located in Guruvayur town of Thrissur district in Kerala ,India and is easily accessible by road and rail. The presiding deity is MahaVishnu, in the standing posture with four hands which carry a Sankhu(conch), Sudarshana chakram (a serrated disk),lotus and mace. He is worshipped as Balakrishna, the full avatar (Purnaavatara) of Mahavishnu .Guruvayoor Temple is just 65 KMs away from Malabar Heritage.


Kottakkal Arya Vaidya Sala

Kottakkal is a world renowned centre of Ayurveda. The Arya Vaidya Sala, established by P.S. Warrier the well known physician and social reformer is here. People from different parts of the world come for treatment.Art and culture also flourish in Kottakkal with the patronage of Arya Vaidya Sala. Kottakkal Arya Vaidya Sala is situated just a 22 KMs away from Malabar Heritage.


Kadalundi Bird Sanctuary

Kadalundi Bird Sanctuary covers an area of 3 km, surrounded by hillocks and provides a splendid view of the river mouth and the sea. It is home to hundreds of native and migratory birds. Vallikkunnu estuary (river mouth) is a paradise for thousands of verities of migratory birds which come every year for breeding and reproduction. They feed on the small fishes and insects on the marshy area under mangroves.These birds come from different parts of the world including the Himalayan Ranges, Siberia, etc. They visit the place during the month of October and stay till march. Kadalundi Bird Sanctuary is just 30 KMs away from Malabar Heritage.


Kottakkunnu

Kottakkunnu is a tourist place in Kerala in Malappuram district. This is one of the Recently developed Area in Malappuram District. This beautiful place is just 12 Kms from Manjeri, 25 km from Calicut Airport & situated at the head quarters of District - Malappuram. Those who had been to this place before 4-5 years, will really get surprised by the change. Visitors are allowed up to 9pm.Kottakkunnu is situated at the heart of the Malappuram Town, which is on top of a hill. Kottakkunnu is just 10 KMs away from Malabar Heritage.


Nilambur Teak Museum

Four Kms. away from Nilambur on the side of Nilambur-Gudallur road, is world's first Teak Museum and sub centre of Kerala Forest Research Institute.This is 20 KMs away from Malabar Heritage.


Nedungayam Elephant Park

Situated at a distance of 18 km from Nilambur town,Nedumkayam is noted specially for its rich rain forests. The wooden rest house built here by the British offers a panoramic view of the elephants and deers grazing in the forest near by . One has to get prior permission from the Forest Department to enter the forest zone. Heavy restrictions are imposed as a measure to save the existing forest land. An elephant taming center is also here. This toursim spot located just 23 KMs away from Malabar Heritage.


Ootty

Ooty also known as Udagamandalam is the "Queen of hill stations" and the capital of Nilgiris district. It is one of the most popular tourist resorts in India. Nilgiris means "Blue Mountains". It is a land of picturesque picnic spots. Used to be popular summer and weekend getaway for the Britishers during the colonial days. It is situated at an altitude of 2,240 meters above sea level.

An added attraction for the tourists to Udagamandalam is the mountain train journey on a ratchet and pinion track which commences from Kallar, near Mettupalayam and wends its way through many hair-raising curves and fearful tunnels and chugs along beside deep ravines full of verdant vegetation, gurgling streams and tea gardens.

One can notice a marvellous change in vegetation, as one goes from Kallar to Coonoor. The establishment of numerous tea estates made Ooty famous. Lofty mountains, dense forest, sprawling grasslands and miles and miles of tea gardens greet the passengers on most routes. The annual Tea and Tourism Festival attracts crowds in huge numbers. Ootty is just 100 KMs away from Malabar Heritage.


Thirunavaya

The land of ancient Mamankam, Tirunnavya is South of Tirur. Situated on the banks of Bharathapuzha; it is a place of historical importance. In olden days, Mamankam was a grand assembly of the rulers held once in 12 years, in which, one among them was selected as the emperor of Kerala. It was an enormous trade fair also. The Mamankam festival was celebrated for 28 days with great pomp and pageantry where traders from outside came in ships and barges to Tirunnavaya through Ponnani Port.

Thus the economical importance of Mamankam was high and hence the right to conduct and control it was important. At the end of the rule of Perumals, the right of mamankam was with Vellattiri, the ruler of Valluvanad. Later the Zamorn of Kozhikode, took this right by force and this resulted in dispute and bloodshed between these two Rajas. Valluvanad Raja used to sent Chaver warriors to fight until death, to recapture the right from the Zamorin, who would stand Nilapadu at Nilapadu thara in Tirunnavaya, Surrounded by a large contingent of soldiers, in every 12th year. The last of such Mamankam, was believed to be held in 1755, when Zamorin had an hair breath escape from a 16 year old Chaver. The Nilapadu thara, now in the premises of Kottakkal Tile factory, is protected by the Archaeological department. A deep well called Manikkinar believed to be dumped with bodies of the Chavers is also protected. Tirunnavaya is a converging place of the Trimurtis, - (Brahma, Vishnu, Siva). Three temples, Consecrated to these deities, are on either bank of Bharathapuzha. The famous vedic Vidyalaya Othanmar Madhom of ancient times, is on of the left bank of Bharathapuzha, near the Siva temple. This madhom was a center of aryanisation through Sanskrit and Vedic education as Tirunnavaya as believed to be the main center, where Parusurama brought and settled Brahmins. The place (Mana) of Puranic fame Azhavancherry Thamprakkal is 2 Kms north of Tirunnavya. Nava mukunda Temple beloved to be constructed by Nava yogis on the right bank of Bharathapuzha, is an important Vishnu temple of Kerala. Pithru Tharpanam is a ritual, held here on the day of Amavasi of Karkitaka (July). ‘Bali Karma’ is offered by people in their wet clothes, after dip in the river, for the salvation of sins and appease the dead souls.

A martial art festival of Kalarippayattu is conducted during summer on the sands of Bharathapuzha. The famous Changampalli Kalari is near Tirunnavaya. During the second week of February, A Sarvodya Mela is conducted in Tirunnavaya where the Gandhians of Kerala, use to assemble. The Santhikudeeram established by the national leader K. Kelappan, is the center place of this mela. Thrunavay is 30 KMs away from Malabar Heritage.


Thunchanparamba

The birth place of Thunchath Ezhuthachan, the father of the Malayalam language, now called Thunchan Paramba, is in Tirur. It is the hallowed ground where hundreds of children are initiated into the wonders of writing when they first trace the letters of the Malayalam alphabet in sand taken from that revered spot which was Ezhuthachan's home. Thunchanparamba is just 40 KMs away from Malabar Heritage.


Campfire

We arrange campfire for our customers during their exotic trips to the hottest tourism spots.