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Explore the Secrets of Nature in God’s Own Country

Paithalmala – An Exclusive Sight from ReginaSilva Camping & Nature Resort

View from PaithalmalaOne of the most beautiful, exciting, unspoiled, calm and quiet hillock situated just a 45 minute trek from our resort. The hill station is 4500 ft. above sea level and is surrounded on all sides by valleys and hills. To reach the peak of this tourist spot, 6 kms of walking through an extensive nature reserve dense forest is a must. At the bottom of this hill there lies the Ezharakundu waterfall and river.

The hill is rich in flora and fauna and has umpteen species of rare birds and wild animals including elephants. Watch sunset from the hill top and get ready to climb down duly engulfed with the fog. Really, a thrilling experience mere word cannot fully express.

Payyambalam Beach

A view of Payyambalam Beach

A long, quiet and clean beach, famous for its flat laterite cliffs that jut into the sea. The landscaped sculpture of ‘Mother and Child’ in the well laid garden is an added attraction to the beach.

It often finds mention in tourism related publications as a beautiful beach and is just 2 km from Kannur town.

Kannur – The land of Looms and Lore

Kannur City Skyline

The most reliable place for ayurvedic treatment for all ailments – the cradle of umpteen colourful folk arts, Martial arts and music – the land of many ancient temples and churches.

Formerly known as Cannanore, Kannur is the largest city of the North Malabar region.

Kannur is known as the land of Looms and Lore, because of the loom industries functioning in the district and ritualistic folk arts held in temples. Kannur is famous for its pristine beaches, Theyyam, its native performing art, and its handloom industry.

Other places to visit around ReginaSilva Resort

  1. Visit Cheekadu Infant Jesus Church
  2. Visit Stone Crusher Site
  3. Elephant Watching
  4. Visit Coconut Oil Extraction Mill
  5. Visit Pig and Poultry farm
  6. Visit Latex Factory
  7. Visit Tharavadu (an ancient home of Kerala)
  8. Visit other destinations in Kannur – St. Angelo’s Fort, Arakkal Kettu, Payyambalam Beach
  9. Visit Parassinikkadavu Muthappan Temple. Watch theyyam, Kalaripayattu, Kathakali, Thayambaka etc.
  10. Watch Toddy tapping, Rubber tapping and processing, Carpentry and Blacksmith works
  11. Monsoon Sightseeing
  12. Local sight-seeing trips – Tribal villages, River beds, Paddy fields, Coconut farms, Rubber plantations etc.
  13. Attend Cooking Classes and practical for Kerala dishes like Payasam, Puttu, Appam etc.
  14. Attend Ayurveda Classes to understand in depth the various treatments and massages under the expertise guidance of a qualified Ayurvedic Doctor.
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