20 Attractions to Explore Near Pazhassi Raja Museum
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3.21km from Pazhassi Raja Museum
Valliyoorkavu Bhagavathy Temple, the 14th-century temple dedicated to goddess Durga is located at the high hills of Valliyoorkavu, 3 KM’s from Mananthavady town in Wayanad district of Kerala. It is believed that the idol of the goddess is self-manifested. The temple is a prominent place of worship for tribal communities. The goddess manifests in three forms, ‘Vana Durga’ (forest goddess), ‘Jala Durga’(Water goddess) and ‘Bhadrakaali’ (The auspicious form of goddess Kali who protects the good).
10.22km from Pazhassi Raja Museum
Group of islets in the Kabini River covered in evergreen forest with rich flora and fauna.
Panamaram Jain Temple
11.69km from Pazhassi Raja Museum
Amidst coffee plantations and right on a the sides of a highway remains the ruins of a Jain Temple, one of the oldest in India.
Thirunelli Maha Vishnu Temple
12.3km from Pazhassi Raja Museum
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.
Banasura Sagar Dam
15.26km from Pazhassi Raja Museum
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.
15.53km from Pazhassi Raja Museum
The tallest falls in Wayanad district, cascading through three stages at a height of 300 meters.
15.84km from Pazhassi Raja Museum
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.
16.86km from Pazhassi Raja Museum
A scenic lake in Wayanad with options of adventure activities.
Iruppu Waterfalls, Brahmagiri
17.71km from Pazhassi Raja Museum
The waterfall which is located in the Brahmagiri range which was a freshwater cascade. It was also known as the Lakshmana tirtha waterfalls.
Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary
26.36km from Pazhassi Raja Museum
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.
27.91km from Pazhassi Raja Museum
A seasonal waterfall deep inside the forests of Wayanad.
Nagarhole National Park And Tiger Reserve
28.73km from Pazhassi Raja Museum
Also known as Rajiv Gandhi national park which stands on the banks of river Bhima which was declared ass the thirty-seventh project tiger, Tiger reserves of India in 1999.
28.92km from Pazhassi Raja Museum
The fresh water lake in Wayanad, shaped like the map of India.
Ambalavayal Heritage Museum
30.52km from Pazhassi Raja Museum
One of the largest collection of artefacts in Kerala is housed in the museum.
Ancient Jain Temple Wayanad
31.41km from Pazhassi Raja Museum
The Ancient Jain Temple in Sulthan Bathery, Wayanad is believed to have been built around the 13th century. The architecture of the temple has a strong resemblance to that of the structures built by the then reigning Vijayanagar Dynasty and is made wholly of granite.
32.16km from Pazhassi Raja Museum
Edakkal Caves are two natural caves located at Ambukuthy Mala (Ambukuthy Mountain) at Edakkal, 25KM from Kalpetta and 16KM from Sulthan Bathery in the Wayanad district of Kerala in Southern India. They lie in the Western Ghats Mountain ranges at 1,200 meters above sea level in an ancient trade route connecting Mysore to the ports of Malabar.
33.21km from Pazhassi Raja Museum
Wayanad Churam (Wayanad Ghat Pass), popularly known as Thamarassery Churam connects Kozhikode and Wayanad districts of Kerala State in Southern India through national highway 212. The pass begins from Adivaram at the bottom of Kozhikode District and ends at Lakkidi at the top of Wayanad District. Wayanad Churam is located 800 meters above sea level and has a length of 18 kilometres.
33.58km from Pazhassi Raja Museum
Chembra Peak is the highest peak in the Wayanad district of Kerala State in Southern India. Situated at 2,100 meters above sea level, the peak is a part of the Wayanad hill ranges in the Western Ghats and it adjoins Nilgiri Hills in Tamil Nadu and Vellarimala Hills in Kozhikode district.
Mahé River and Azhikukham
34.8km from Pazhassi Raja Museum
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
34.99km from Pazhassi Raja Museum
The 30 meters high, two tiered waterfall sandwiched between tea plantations.
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Pazhassi Raja Museum
Mananthavady, Kerala 670645, India
The memorial of Pazhassi Raja, the lion of Kerala.