Edayilekkadu - Things to Know Before Visiting
Edayilekkadu, Kerala 671310
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A marshy island noted for its biodiversity and local conservative efforts. Home to endangered "White-bellied Sea Eagle". The monkey feast here during the Onam festival is extraordinary.
Attractions Near Edayilekkadu
Long streches of white sandy beach lined with coconut palms. Popular for sunset, swimming, beach football.
A small stream with several small waterfalls flowing through thick vegetation. The stream has several small pools that are filled with fishes.
Haritheerthakara waterfalls is a three tiered waterfall in a beautiful, small stream. It is easily accessible through a small walk, and it is a nice spot small adventures for everyone including small children.
Palayi Kadavu is pretty much hidden from outsiders. A couple of kilometers away from Nileshwar town is Palayi Kadavu with its amazing view of coconut plantations bordering its banks, and the slowly moving picturesque Tejaswini river. The river which is rather small upstream looks mighty here, nearing its completion of journey to the Arabian Sea.
Lined with casuarina trees proving shades to the walkways underneath, Chootad Beach is an amazing place for children and family. The park at the beach consists of many small restuarants and attractions for children- swings, slingshots, inflated castles to name a few.
Madayippara is a lesser-known hill station near the Pazhayangadi city. It is famous for its rich biodiversity and natural beauty. A nice place to hang out in the evening with family and friends.
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The small forest at Edayilakadu island. There is a lot of monkeys here and short walk through the forest. The strange rule is that you have to walk barefooted, probably due to some religious beliefs.