This region is known for its ritual dance Theyyam, which combines drama, myth, dance, art, music, and theatrics. It is dotted with beautiful forts, hills, and well-known backwaters. There’s also Bekal Fort, which is well-known for its historic structure and is a must-see. Other attractions in this area include Povval Fort, Chandragiri Fort, ancient temples, Ranipuram, Valiyaparamba backwaters, and much more.

Kasaragod, Kerala’s northernmost state, is rich in hills, forts, and backwaters. The place is known for its rituals and is often referred to as “the land of forts and gods.”

It is known for the Chandragiri and Bekal Forts, the Chandragiri River, the historic Kolathiri Rajas, the natural environment of Ranipuram and Kottancheri Hills,

 

Historical and religious sites :

 Such as the Madiyan Kulom temple, Madhur Temple, Ananthapuram Lake Temple, and Malik Deenar Mosque. The historic hill of Ezhimala is located on the southern end of Nileshwaram’s Kavvayi Backwaters.

 

Kannur University has jurisdiction over the Kasargod district. Kasaragod is home to the Central Plantation Crops Research Institute, which began as the Coconut Research Station in 1916. It is part of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research’s National Agricultural Research System, Kerala, according to the institute, “lies in the heart of the country’s major coconut growing areas.” It also serves as the headquarters for the Indian Society for Plantation Crops

 

Places to visit:

1. Nileswar

Nileswar, the cultural center of Kasaragod district in Kerala, was the Nileswar Rajas’ seat.

2. Kundamkuzhy Fort

The Kundamkuzhy Fort, located in Kasaragod’s Bandadka village, is a land fort that dates back to the time of the Bednur Nayaks.

3. Madhur Temple,

The Madhur Temple, dedicated to Lord Ganapathy, is located eight kilometers northeast of Kasaragod on the banks of the Madhuvahini River.

4.Tejaswini River Rafting

Tejaswini River Rafting is a thrilling white-water rafting adventure through the beautiful upper Tejaswini river. It will take you through the Western Ghat mountains and torrential monsoon rain. This is one of the few whitewater rafting options available in Kerala.

Activities at Tejaswini River Rafting

Tejaswini River Rafting is a one-of-a-kind experience in Kerala, with plenty of curves and rapids. The river flows through rocky areas that cover its banks and forest trees that lean in as borders. Rafting is an adventure because of the wild sound of water hitting the rocks. Throughout the rafting, you can see tree branches hanging into the river, which can be very scary in some places because you can get trapped in them. There is also a chance of seeing river snakes, which are not dangerous.

The rafting trip lasts three to four hours and is physically demanding. Even though you’re on a downstream slant, you’ll have to row hard to keep the boat moving