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Tourist Places Nearby

There are a lot of Tourist Places and Picnic Spots near Koovery Sree Krishna Temple. Below are a list of some of them..

Payyambalam Beach & Beach Park

Payyambalam Beach is a very beautiful beach in the Kannur district of Kerala with an unbroken coastline of a few kilometres. The beach is situated just 2 Km away from the Kannur town and is well connected by road. There is also a beautiful garden adjacent to the beach. Towards the eastern part of the garden is the sculptor of a mother and child by Kanayi Kunhiraman.

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Distance: 38 Km From Temple
Beaches, Parks

Bekal Fort & Bekal Beach Park

Bekal fort is the largest and one of the best preserved forts in Kerala. The 300 plus year old fort is a coastal fort lying 16 km south-east of Kasargod situated on the backdrop of Arabian seashore of Pallikkara village in the Kasargod district of North Kerala. The Bekal fortspreads over 40 acres (160,000 m2) of land. Due to its historic relevance, the fort is controlled by the Archeological Survey of India.

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Distance: 68 Km From Temple
Forts, Beaches, Parks

Muzhappilangad Dirve in Beach

Muzhappilangad Drive-in Beach is the only drive in beach in Kerala which stretches for a length of 5.5 km. The the longest Drive-In Beach in India is located at a distance of 8 Km from Thalassery and 16 Km from Kannur and runs parallel to National Highway 66. The long beach curves in a wide area providing a good view of Kannur on the north.

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Distance: 50 Km From Temple
Beaches

Vismaya Water Theme Park

Vismaya water theme park is one of the main amusement park in North Kerala situated near the famous Parassinikadavu Muthappan Temple, near Taliparamba in the Kannur District of Kerala. Vismaya is a blend of amusement, water theme and infotainment park. It has got water rides, informative and entertaining activities for kids and adventurous rides for adults

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Distance: 20 Km From Temple
Water Theme park

Parassinikadavu Snake park

Parassinikkadavu Snake Park situated near to the famous Parassinikadavu muthappan Temple is established for the conservation and preservation of snakes and is the only one of its kind in Kerala. It houses more than 100 varieties of snakes like the Cobra, the Viper, and the Krait. Live show are conducted in which trained professional conduct lectures, play and interact with snakes including cobras and vipers and try to quell mythical fears and superstitions about snakes.

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Distance: 23 Km From Temple
Snake Park

Madayipara

Madayipara or Madayi rock, the unique and picturesque landscape of Kerala, is a beautiful flat hillock filled with rocks and grasslands spread over an area of 365 ha is an ideal place to spend an evening. Madayipara is the rarest gifts of nature always enthralls and mesmerizes everyone by its beauty. This unique geographical formation is a biodiversity hotspot and is significant owing to its bio-diversity as well as history.

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Distance: 25 Km From Temple
Hills

Hanuman Statue & Ettikulam Beach, Ezhimala

The Hanumans statue of lord Hanuman in Ezhimala hills commonly known as Anjaneya Statue is the tallest Hanuman statue in South India. The Anjaneya statue made of concrete is 41 feet tall and is situated on the upper part of Top raod. The Ettikulam Beach is situated on the foothill of Ezhimala near to the Hanuman Statue.

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Distance: 40 Km From Temple
Hills, Beaches

Chootad Beach

Chootad Beach is a very attractive beach facing the Ezhimala hills and became famous recently. Chootad is a beautiful landscape situated near to the foothill of the famous Ezhimala hills, surrounded by very closely planted Casuarina trees, a river and coconut trees. Quad biking, speed boat and pedal boat facility etc are available at the river near Chootad beach

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Distance: 30 Km From Temple
Beaches, Parks

Dharamadom Island

Dharmadam Island is a small 2 hectare (5 acre) uninhabited island covered with coconut palms and dense bushes and is situated in Thalassery, Kannur District of Kerala. The locals call the island Pachathuruthu, meaning Green Island. The island is a beautiful sight from the Muzhappilangad beach. It lies 100 metres from the mainland at Dharmadam. It is surrounded by the Anjarakandy River on three sides and by the Arabian Sea on the fourth side. It is formed as a result of lateritic rock projection between two arms of Anjarakandy River and the sea.

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Distance: 54 Km From Temple
Islands

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