20 Attractions to Explore Near Kappil Beach- Kasaragod
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4.49km from Kappil Beach- Kasaragod
Spreading over 40 acres, Bekal Fort is the largest fort in Kerala. It is situated in Bekal village of the northernmost Kasargod district of Kerala state. The 360-year-old fort is shaped like a giant keyhole and it is surrounded by a spectacular beach. The tall observation towers where huge cannons were once placed offer a scenic view of the Arabian Sea and adjacent towns.
Madhur Madhanantheshwara Temple
14.11km from Kappil Beach- Kasaragod
Madhur Madhanantheshwara Temple, also known as Sree Madanantheswara Sidhivinayaka Temple or Madhur Temple rises against the beautiful landscape of the adjacent Madhuvahini river with coconut trees and paddy fields surrounding the temple premises. The temple has a unique architecture with its three-tiered dome, copper plated roofing and cloistered court.
15.22km from Kappil Beach- Kasaragod
A beautiful hill giving panoramic views and a colorful sky in the evening. One of the less explored places in the area, best visited in the evening.
Swami Nithyananda Ashram
15.85km from Kappil Beach- Kasaragod
There are 44 caves here for meditations and a temple on top of these caves.
Ananthapura Lake Temple
17.8km from Kappil Beach- Kasaragod
Ananthapura Lake Temple is the only lake temple in Kerala and it is believed to be the original seat of Ananthapadmanabha Swami (Lord Vishnu resting on the serpent King) of Padmanabhaswamy temple Thiruvananthapuram. The lake in which the temple is built measures around two acres in size. you can see a cave in the right corner of the lake and it's believed that the deity Anantha Padmanabha chose to go all the way to Thiruvananthapuram through that cave.
24.93km from Kappil Beach- Kasaragod
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.
Pulimoot Beach Cheravathur
28.11km from Kappil Beach- Kasaragod
Long streches of white sandy beach lined with coconut palms. Popular for sunset, swimming, beach football.
36.17km from Kappil Beach- Kasaragod
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.
Haritheerthakkara Water Falls(Ariyil waterfalls)
36.75km from Kappil Beach- Kasaragod
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.
37.27km from Kappil Beach- Kasaragod
Ranipuram peak, located 750 meters above sea level in the Western Ghat mountains situates in the Kasaragod district of Kerala State in Southern India. It is one of the popular trekking destinations in the district. The hill is covered in evergreen stunted tropical montane forest, tropical forest, and grasslands.
38.86km from Kappil Beach- Kasaragod
Beach with a large natural pool spreading along its side.
41.19km from Kappil Beach- Kasaragod
A small stream with several small waterfalls flowing through thick vegetation. The stream has several small pools that are filled with fishes.
43.3km from Kappil Beach- Kasaragod
A large, highly untouched meadow on Western ghats mountain, situating on the Kerala-Karnataka border. The meadow, situated in the middle of the forest and accessible by hiking a steep hill for about an hour comes with amazing views of the forest canopy, 360-degree view of the Western Ghat mountain ranges. The meadow is home for various kinds of honey bees and butterflies, and you will see a lot of uniqie, wildflowers.
Kottancheri Hill Station Malom
44.42km from Kappil Beach- Kasaragod
Part of majestic Western ghats, carpeted by a lush rain forest canopy. A trekker's paradise with numerous trails.
44.77km from Kappil Beach- Kasaragod
Thayyeni Koomban, translated to Thayyeni peak is a mountain peak in the Western Ghats mountain ranges. It is the highest peak in its vicinity and can be seen from 10-15 KM away. The top is located 850 meters above sea level and an exhausting hike through forest and grasslands is required to reach the peak.
Tejaswini River Rafting
46.2km from Kappil Beach- Kasaragod
Tejaswini River Rafting is an exciting white water rafting through the gorgeous upper Tejaswini river. It will take you through the Western Ghat mountains and the lashing monsoon shower. This is one of the few white water rafting offered in the entire Kerala State.
Netravati Railway Bridge
48.86km from Kappil Beach- Kasaragod
Built across the river Netravati, it is 830 meters in length and connects Mangalore city with its southern suburbs.
Kottathalachi Mala (Mount Kottathalachi)
49.07km from Kappil Beach- Kasaragod
Located 900 meters above sea level, Mount Kottathalachi is accessible either by a 3 km hike or by off road vehicles. The peak is filled with tall green grasses which dances with the cool breeze, and amazing 360 degree views of thousands of Western Ghat Mountain peaks. This is also a local Christian pilgrim site.
Mahathobara Shree Mangaladevi Temple
50.3km from Kappil Beach- Kasaragod
The city of Mangalore is named after the presiding deity, Mangaladevi. The temple is built in Kerala style architecture, with most of its structure made of wood.
51.07km from Kappil Beach- Kasaragod
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.
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Kappil Beach- Kasaragod
Udma, Kerala 671319, India
One of the cleanest and pristine beaches in Kerala, decorated with loads of broken sea shells on its sandy floor.