Siruvani: (46 km north of Mannarkkad and 48 km from Palakkad) The reservoir was built by Kerala Government for providing drinking water to Tamil Nadu. The Siruvani Reservoir comes under the control of mannarkkad Forest division. The route towards Siruvani is excellent due to the proximity to forest and rare chances to watch the wildlife. Creation of basic facilities for visitors are under planning
Meenvallam Waterfalls: Originating from Thuppanadu River at the height of 5 to 45 metres, falls in step by step. Creation of basic facilities in joint hand with forest Department are progressing.Entry is managed by VSS.
Nelliyampathy Hill Station: This fascinating hill station is at a height of 467 to 1,572 m above sea level. This hilly village is the delight of trekkers. Location: 65 Km from Palakkad (Palakkad-Nemmara of Trichur Vadakkenchery Nemmara route) 25 Km deviation from Nemmara. Attractions/Sight Seeing Points: Sitharkundu view point, Manpara view point, Kesavanpara view point, Victoria Church Hills, K...
Palakkad Fort: (Open 0800-1800 hrs) The old fort situated in the very heart of Palakkad town is one of the best preserved in Kerala. It was built by Hyder Ali of Mysore in 1766 and later taken over and modified by the British in 1790. It is now preserved by Archeological Survey of India. A temple of Lord Hanuman is adjacent to the main entrance of the Fort. A museum of Archeology is also functioni
Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary: (98 km from Palakkad) Sprawled across 285 sq.km, the Parambikulam Wildlife sanctuary is home to many rare wild animals. The tree house in the reserve forest area in Thunakkadavu has to be booked in advance. One of the oldest and the largest teak trees in the world can be seen here. The Kannimara Teak with a girth of 6.57 m and a height of 48.5m, said to be around 3...