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Some of the destinations in and around Palakkad where you can unwind yourselves in the lap of Mother Nature:

Palakkad Fort

Situated at the very heart of Palakkad, it is an old granite fort, also known as Tippu’s Fort. It is one of the best preserved historical monuments in Kerala. The fort was built by Hyder Ali of Mysore in the year 1766. It is now being preserved by the Archeological Survey of India.

Jain Temple of Jainmedu

This historic 32 feet long, 20 feet wide granite temple displays images of Jain Thirthankaras and Yakshinis. It is one of the places in Kerala where the vestiges of Jainism have survived. It is located at the western suburbs of Palakkad town.

Malampuzha Gardens (8 Km from Palakkad)

A catching picnic spot which comprises of a dam and beautifully landscaped gardens, Malampuzha is situated on the lower hills of Western Ghats. Rich with lush green trees and plants, hillocks and innumerable flower beds, it is rightly called the ‘Vrindavan of Kerala’.

Dhoni (15 Km from Palakkad)

It takes 3 hours of trekking from the base of Dhoni Hills to reach the reserve forest area where you will be enthralled by a small but beautiful waterfall.

Siruvani (48 Km from Palakkad)

Siruvani Dam is a great picnic spot. It is also home to some of the most ancient tries like Mudugars and Irulas.

Mangalam Dam (50 Km from Palakkad)

This dam is built across the Cherukunnath River. The beautiful parks and lawns there are an enchanting experience to the tourists.

Nelliampathy (60 Km from Palakkad)

At an altitude of 4000 feet above the sea level, lies this mist clad, lush green forests of Sahya Ranges. The cloud capped mountains and deep valleys are sheer delight to the tourists. Seethekundu at Nelliampathy offers a panoramic view of about one third of Palakkad. The hill country is pure enchantment to the trekkers. Your leisure will be turned to the height of pleasure once you are there.

Silent Valley National Park (75 Km from Palakkad)

This 90 Sq.Km. National Park is believed to be the sole surviving bit of evergreen forest in Sahya Ranges. It is the home of some of the rare and endangered species of animals. The peculiarity of the Silent Valley Forest is that it is devoid of even the chirping cicadas.