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Attractions (Above 50 Kms)

The city of Palakkad due to its diversified natural sceneries and man-made wonders has been able to engrave its name on the Kerala tourism scenario. It has become one of the major destinations for adventures, trekking and attaining proximity to nature. People from all around the globe are getting attracted to this place. Apart from the places present in and around the borders of Palakkad there are other more great places which can be explored if you can travel a little more far into the wild!!

Nelliampathy

Nelliampathy

Shrouded in the wispy clouds and a beauty all of its own lays an enchanting destination called Nelliyampathy - ‘Queen of Palakkad Hills’. Comprised of orange plantation and evergreen forests the beauty of this place will leave you mesmerised making the place perfect for a quaint holiday. The place is famous for its tea and coffee plantation, cardamom plantation, waterfalls and superb weather conditions. It is a small but amazing hill station and best suited for Trekking, Jeep Safari, Birds and animals watching. Distance from Ayurvedic Healing Village:75 Kms
Kalamandalam

Kalamandalam

Cheruthuruthy village is the seat of Kalamandalam, a world famous Kathakali training centre. Besides being a major Kathakali centre it also provides training in other performing art forms like Mohiniyattam, Koodiyattam, Thullal and Nangiarkoothu. Training in vocal and percussion instruments is also given here. Established in 1930 by Vallathol Narayana Menon a Malayalam poet, Kalamandalam and its surroundings reflect the simplicity, purity and ethnic atmosphere in which these arts have evolved for centuries. Distance from Ayurvedic Healing Village:70 Kms
Thrithala

Thrithala

Thrithala, famous for its historical ruins, is of great archaeological importance. The ruins of a large mud fort with a deep moat hewn from laterite and the Siva temple are notable cultural monuments. The Kattil Madom Temple, a domed structure made of granite slabs, on the Pattambi-Guruvayoor road is a Buddhist monument believed to date back to the 9th or 10th century. The temple probably marks the transition from the Chola to the Pandya style of architecture. Distance from Ayurvedic Healing Village:75 Kms
Attappadi (Mountain Valley)

Attappadi (Mountain Valley)

Attappadi is an extensive mountain valley at the headwaters of the Bhavani River nestled below the Nilgiri Hills of the Western Ghats. Its borders spread till Coimbatore district in Tamil Nadu in the east to Karimba, Pottassery and Mannarghat in west and to Nilgiris in the north to Palghat taluk in the south. These hills are rich in flora and fauna and they greet the tourists with aura of freshness and provide you utmost peace and joy. Distance from Ayurvedic Healing Village:80 Kms
Silent Valley National Park

Silent Valley National Park

Spreading over a core zone of 236.74 square kilometres Silent Valley National Park is the second largest National Park in Kerala. The park is one of the last undisturbed tracts of South-western Ghats Mountains. Perfect silence prevails over the place which even devoid chirping of cicadas. Road transport is only possible up to Mukkali which is 24kms far from the park and the rest of the journey has to be covered by walking. Distance from Ayurvedic Healing Village:80 Kms
Guruvayur

Guruvayur

Guruvayur is considered to be one of the most sacred pilgrim centres of Kerala. Sree Krishna Temple is renowned for its healing powers and attracts unbelievable number of pilgrims every year. Called the Dwaraka of the South, it is famous for its offering ‘Thulabharam’ where devotees are weighed against bananas, sugar, jaggery and coconuts equivalent to their weight. The annual Guruvayur Festival is held during February-March and commences with an Elephant race. The festival is unavoidable. Not to forget the Guruvayur Devaswom Elephant Sanctuary, just 3 km away from the temple— one of the largest elephant sanatoriums in the world, also known as Punnathurkotta. Distance from Ayurvedic Healing Village:100 Km
Parambikulam Wild Life Sanctuary

Parambikulam Wild Life Sanctuary

Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary is a 391 square kilometres protected area in Chittur Taluk. It is spread between Anaimalai Hills and Nelliampathy Hills. The Kerala Parambikulam National Park has a thick cover of bamboo, rosewood and sandalwood trees along with varied wildlife including leopards, wild dogs, sloths, crocodiles, civet, tigers, elephants, wild boar, barking deer, spotted deer, monkeys, langurs, porcupines and macaques and more. Distance from Ayurvedic Healing Village:110 Kms

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