Meesapulimala

Meesapulimala

Meesapulimala is the second highest mountain peak in Munnar, Idukki district, Kerala state. It can be reached ONLY BY TREKKING which takes around 2 hours. The mountain peak is at a height of 2,640 meters or 8,661 feet above sea level. Meesapulimala. Image courtesy – Laser Shine. Meesapili mala means ‘Tigers moustache shaped Mountain’ in…

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Jatayupara Nature Park

Jatayupara is a large rock block at Chadayamangalam in Kollam district, Kerala state. Jatayupara got its name from Jatayu, the mythical bird in the great epic of Ramayana. Jatayu is believed to have collapsed on this rock after failing in its attempts to thwart Sita’s kidnapping by Ravana. Ravana is believed to have slit Jadayu’s…

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Palaruvi Falls

Palaruvi falls is a beautiful water fall at Aryankavu in Kollam district, Kerala state, very close to the Tamilnadu border. Its situated close to Thenmala ecotourism site. View of Palaruvi falls. Palaruvi Falls is a single drop, horsetail type waterfall, which is the 32nd highest waterfall in India, with a height of 91 meters or…

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Kadalundi Bird Sanctuary

Kadalundi Bird Sanctuary is situated in Malappuram District of the south Indian state of Kerala. Kadalundi Bird Sanctuary is spread over a group of islands where the Kadalundi River (KadalundiPuzha) flows into the Arabian Sea. Kadalundi Bird Sanctuary. There are many species or kinds of birds at this Bird Sanctuary. There are around a 100…

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Bekal Fort

Bekal Fort is the largest fort in the state of Kerala. Bekal Fort is spread over an area of around 40 acres on the Arabian Sea coast at Pallikere in Kasaragod district of Kerala state, India. Bekal Fort is close to Karnataka state border. A stairway inside the Bekal Fort. The steps lead to a…

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First Indian Mosque, Cheraman Juma Masjid, Methala, Kodungallur

The First Indian Mosque is believed to be the Cheraman Juma Masjid in Methala, near Kodungallur in Kerala state, India. Cheraman Juma Masjid is believed to be built in the year 629 A.D, by Malik Ibn Deenar, who accepted Islam directly from Prophet Muhammed (570-634 A.D.) and was the first follower of prophet Muhammed Nabi…

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Gods Own Country, Kerala

Kerala

Gods Own Country, Kerala, lies in the southern most part of India. It is one of the most sought-after tourist destination in India and National geographic magazine has earlier recommended Kerala as one of the ‘must see places’ in one’s life time. National Geographic’s Traveler magazine named Kerala as one of the “ten paradises of the world”…

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Queen of Arabian Sea – Kochi

Kochi, The Queen of Arabian Sea, is in the Western Coast of India, in the ‘Gods Own Country’, Kerala. This city is also known as Cochin. Chinese Fishing nets at Queen of Arabian Sea – Kochi – . Cochin, the Queen of Arabian Sea, is regarded as one of the best tourist destinations in India….

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Soochiparai falls alias Sentinel Rock Waterfalls

Soochiparai falls alias Sentinel Rock Waterfalls is in Wayanad district of Kerala state, India. Soochipara falls is a beautiful three tired waterfall in the Vallarimalai amidst lush green forests, which are part of Western Ghats, a UNESCO World Heritage site in India. Soochiparai falls alias Sentinel Rock Waterfalls, Wayanad, Kerala. Soochiparai water falls alias Sentinel…

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