Bekal Fort is the largest fort in Kerala, situated at Bakel village in Kasaragod district, North Kerala and it is 67 km from Mangalore spreading over 40 acres (160,000 m2).An important features of this fort is the water-tank with its flight of steps. The fort has a tunnel opening towards the south and a magazine for keeping ammunition with broad steps leading to the Observation Tower.
This was the seat of the Nileshwar Rajas who were the rulers of this area. This Palace today functions as the folklore centre of the Dept. of Archaeology. There is a big pond at the centre of the Palace buildings, where the swimming practice and competitions are held.
This beautiful beach is the connecting point of “Thejaswini River” and Arabian see. A vast area of white sanded beach have lot of places which can accommodate any no. of tourists. If you want to hide from the shining sun yes, there is a place – the shadow of the thickly grown trees around here. Those spending an hour at this calm and quiet place can enjoy heart full of joy from fascinating views.
The longest Footbridge of Kerala is here in Nileshwar which has a span of 400mtrs. This bridge not only connect Kottappuram to Achamthuruthi but also the Nileshwar Panchayat and Cheruvathur Panchayat. This bridge was built and commissioned for the use of people in the year 2000 by a committee formed by the people of this area with the help of Nileshwar block Panchayt, District Panchayat, Nileshwar Grama Panchayat and Chervathur Grama Panchayat.
Ananthapura Lake Temple is a Hindu temple built in the middle of a lake in the little village of Ananthapura, Kasaragod District of Kerala, South India, at around 6 km from Kumble. This is the only lake temple in Kerala and is believed to be the original seat (Moolasthanam) of Anantha Padmanabha Swami (Padmanabha Swamy temple) Thiruvananthapuram.
Madhur temple was originally Madhanentheswara (Shiva) Temple and as the lore goes, an old so called “low caste” lady “Madaru” discovered an “Udbhava Murthy” (a statue that was not made by a human) of shiva linga. The Ganapathy statue was drawn by a priest’s son, a small Brahmin boy, on the walls of the Garbhagriha(sanctum sanctorum) while playing. Day by day it became big and fat; so that the boy called Ganapathi as “boddajja” or “bodda ganesha”.
a.15% to 30% hikes on the rates will be applicable at peak seasons.
b. Booking needs 50% as advance payment.
c. Cancellation of trip should inform at least before 1 week from the date of boarding.
d.Balance payment must be done at the time of check- in.
e. A/c timing is from 9pm to 7am . Extra charges will be applicable upon request of guest to switch on A/c at other timings.
f.Any special menu will be charged additional.
g. Special discounted rates for group bookings.
h. Rates includes all taxes.i.Boat will be anchored in the dock during 7pm - 8am.