Places to Visit

Anakotta
Anakotta

Anakotta

Anakotta near Guruvayoor in Central Kerala is a unique elephant sanctuary with great many giant elephants. This place is famous for the elephant pound.

Munimada & Kudakallu
Munimada & Kudakallu

Munimada & Kudakallu

The links of the civilisation of this area to the megalithic period have been unravelled through the monuments such as the `Kudakkallu' or `Thoppikkallu' and `Munimada' (saint's abode) recovered from there.

Chavakkadu
Chavakkadu

Chavakkadu

Chavakkad Beach with its virgin waters, will entice you to come again. The famous mural paintings will certainly touch a deep chord in your heart and bring out the hidden artist in you.

Chowalloor
Chowalloor

Chowalloor

Chowallur siva Temple or Mahadeva Temple, as it is called is famed to be over 1500 years old. Located approximately three kilometers away form the popular pilgrim spot, the Sreekrishna Temple of Guruvayoor.

Parthasarathi Temple
Parthasarathi Temple

Parthasarathi Temple

The world famous Parthasarathy temple is located near the Guruvayoor temple. It is situated to the north of the sacred banyan tree Manjulal.

Mammiyur Temple
Mammiyur Temple

Mammiyur Temple

The abode of Lord Shiva. Located about half a Kilometer from Guruvayoor, it is not only a visiting place for the devotees, but also a temple worth visiting by ordinary visitors

Palayur Palli
Palayur Palli

Palayur Palli

Palur or Palayur was the stronghold of the Nambudiri Brahminsm when St. Thomas arrived from Kodungallur. Isralites had a settlement at Palayur, two thosand years ago.

Perunthatta Siva Temple
Perunthatta Siva Temple

Perunthatta Siva Temple

This temple is one among the 108 eminent siva kshethrams in India, consecrated by parasuraman himself. The presiding deity is Lord Siva who is Swayambhoo facing east.