Get Travalour for free on Google Play

20 Attractions to Explore Near Mahé River and Azhikukham

Mahé River and Azhikukham
Mahé River and AzhikukhamMahé River, Kerala

Mahe river is a river in South India. It flows through the state of Kerala and the coastal exclave of Mahé in Puducherry and the Azhimukham is the estuary of Mayyazhi River and Arabian Sea. This picturesque location of Mahe which flanked by blue wavy ocean and rippling Mayyazhi river. In otherwords Mayyazhi means Beautiful Estuary. The small and beautiful Tagore Park is situated here. Recently the Azhimukham location has been reconstructed with a walk way nearly 2kms long through the bank of ri

Nearby Attractions

Mahe Boat House and walkway
Mahe Boat House and walkway16.53 KMs away from Mahé River and Azhikukham

The walkway on the banks of River Mahe is one of a kind facility where aesthetics and purpose integrate together and extends one’s mind and soul huge satisfaction. The walkway resembles a diamond necklace around the landscape of the Mahe town. The Walkway is well lit and furnished with enough park benches to relax and enjoy the beauty of Mahe River. At one end of the Walkway near the Govt. House, there is the visual portrayal of the famous Novel of the noted writer “the story teller of Mahe” Sri

St. Theresa Shrine, Mahe
St. Theresa Shrine, Mahe17.47 KMs away from Mahé River and Azhikukham

St. Teresa’s Shrine, Mahe is one of the most visited shrines in India. The Shrine is located in Mahe, in the State and Union Territory of Puducherry which shares its boundaries with the State of Kerala.

Velliyamkallu
Velliyamkallu17.47 KMs away from Mahé River and Azhikukham

Rocky islands in the Arabian Sea for adventurers.

Mahe Lighthouse
Mahe Lighthouse17.97 KMs away from Mahé River and Azhikukham

Mahe Lighthouse is a lighthouse situated on the south side of the entrance of the Mayyazhi river in Mahe, Puducherry. It was established in the year 1893. There is a project by the Directorate General of Lighthouses and Lightships to upgrade the lighthouse.

Thalassery Fort
Thalassery Fort23.05 KMs away from Mahé River and Azhikukham

Thalassery Fort (also known as Tellicherry Fort) is a 17th-century fort in Thalassery town of Kannur District of Kerala State in Southern India. The fort was a stronghold of the British during their occupation of India and it lies on a low wooden hill running down to the sea, protected by waters.

Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary
Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary25.87 KMs away from Mahé River and Azhikukham

Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary allows visitors to explore and learn about nature and wildlife. Laying on the slopes of the Western Ghat Mountains, it is located in the southeast part of the Kannur District of Kerala State in Southern India. Headquartered in the town of Iritty, the sanctuary is continuous with the forests of Coorg in Karnataka State.

Meenmutty waterfalls-Wayanad
Meenmutty waterfalls-Wayanad26.69 KMs away from Mahé River and Azhikukham

The tallest falls in Wayanad district, cascading through three stages at a height of 300 meters.

Dharmadom Island
Dharmadom Island27.38 KMs away from Mahé River and Azhikukham

An island that can be accessed on foot during low tides.

Vayalada Viewpoint
Vayalada Viewpoint28.11 KMs away from Mahé River and Azhikukham

A picturesque hilltop destination with trekking points and waterfalls.

Banasura Sagar Dam
Banasura Sagar Dam28.77 KMs away from Mahé River and Azhikukham

Banasura Sagar dam which impounds the Karamanathodu tributary of the Kabani river is a part of the Indian Banasura Sagar project consisting of a dam and a canal project started in 1979.

Muzhappilangad Drive in Beach
Muzhappilangad Drive in Beach29.39 KMs away from Mahé River and Azhikukham

Muzhuppilangad Drive-in Beach is a 5.5 km long beach in the Kannur district of Kerala State in Southern India. This is the longest-drivable beach in India and one of the six best beaches for driving in the world according to BBC autos.

Karlad Lake
Karlad Lake31.94 KMs away from Mahé River and Azhikukham

A scenic lake in Wayanad with options of adventure activities.

Pazhassi Raja Museum
Pazhassi Raja Museum34.80 KMs away from Mahé River and Azhikukham

The memorial of Pazhassi Raja, the lion of Kerala.

Kappad Beach
Kappad Beach35.11 KMs away from Mahé River and Azhikukham

The beach where European powers first landed in India.

Valliyoorkavu
Valliyoorkavu37.96 KMs away from Mahé River and Azhikukham

14 th century temple dedicated to goddess Durga, a favourite among the local tribes

Arakkal Kettu Museum
Arakkal Kettu Museum38.24 KMs away from Mahé River and Azhikukham

Arakkal Museum (also known as Arakkal Kettu/ Arakkal Palace) was the residence of the former Arakkal Ali Rajas, the only Muslim royal family of Kerala. The museum is located in Ayikkara Mapila Bay, about three kilometres from Kannur Town of Kerala State in Southern India. The museum now displays numerous artefacts and ornaments belonging to the Rajas and it is protected by Archeological and Tourism Departments.

Pakshipathalam
Pakshipathalam38.58 KMs away from Mahé River and Azhikukham

Pakshipathalam, a natural rock cave deep inside the forest in the Wayanad district of Kerala State in Southern India lies at a height of 1,740 meters in the Brahmagiri hill ranges. The trekking trail here is famous for its richness of bird life and it takes you through moist deciduous forests, rolling hillocks, open grasslands, slippery trails, and narrow rocky caves.

St. Angelo Fort Kannur
St. Angelo Fort Kannur38.66 KMs away from Mahé River and Azhikukham

St. Angelo Fort (also known as Kannur Kotta or Kannur Fort) is one of the most important seashore forts of Kerala. It is situated at the side of Ayikkara Mapila Bay on a cliff protruding into the Arabian Sea about three kilometres from the town of Kannur. The fort is one of the earliest structures of the Portuguese on the Malabar Coast.

Iruppu Waterfalls, Brahmagiri
Iruppu Waterfalls, Brahmagiri39.49 KMs away from Mahé River and Azhikukham

The waterfall which is located in the Brahmagiri range which was a freshwater cascade. It was also known as the Lakshmana tirtha waterfalls.

Thirunelli Maha Vishnu Temple
Thirunelli Maha Vishnu Temple39.69 KMs away from Mahé River and Azhikukham

Thirunelli Maha Vishnu Temple or Thirunelli Temple as generally called is an ancient Vishnu Temple. Located on the side of Brahmagiri hill in Kerala, it is a melting pot of myths and history. The temple is at an altitude of about 900 meters in a valley surrounded by mountains and beautiful forests.