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Manandhavady

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Rayappan Kalaiselvam

Rayappan Kalaiselvam

7 reviews

We stayed at Peperfry resorts and we were only six in the resort and it was so comforting because of

We stayed at the above mentioned resorts. We were there in the off season though it was very pleasant. The swimming pool was amazing. We could walk around with no fear. Was able to visit another resort where yoga cum nice herbal treatment place where different nationalities were there to benefit. The right time to visit is December we were told. Whatever said and done it was indeed excellent place to visit for the finest topography and the finest weather.

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Gokul.s Krishna

Gokul.s Krishna3.6/5

5 reviews

Weekend day Stay

There are certain places live Kuruvadeep island, fort, Dam, temples etc. Food is mainly of Kerala style only ... Non Veg people can enjoy but Veg people have to suffer as only a couple of Hotels provide Veg.
Bus are available in plenty so travelling is not a issue, but can hire a Auto or Taxi if needed.
Banana Chips & Halwa(sweet) sold around here are good, can be bought any where.
Speaking Malayalam local language is better that any other language.

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Manandhavady Overview

Manandhavady is a small town located near the banks of Manandhavady Puzha River. This river is a tributary of Kabini River, which flows through the district of Wayanad in the state of Kerala. The town is famous for the Tomb of Pazhassi Raja, who once used to rule this place. Manandhavady is the main headquarters of the Adivasi Gothra Mahasabha, which is also known as Adivasi Autonomous Council.

This town is popular for a small temple, named Valliyoorkavu, which is situated at around 3 km from the main town. Mata Amritanandamayi Math, Thirunelli Temple, Malakari Temple, Paalamandhapam Devi Temple and Brahmasthanam Temple are other important religious sites to be visited in and near the town. Manandhavady Park and Gandhi Park are two main parks in the town that hosts several political meetings.

Tourists coming to Manandhavady can also plan excursions to nearby places like Begur Wildlife Sanctuary, Kuruvadweep, Boys Town, Pallikkal Juma Masjid and the pine forest of Chandanathope. There is also an ancient church within the town, which has been constructed in traditional Kerala style, with gabled roof.

Manandhavady is known for its coffee estates and is located at around 32 km from the municipal city of Kalpetta. Calicut Airport, which is situated at around 110 km from Manandhavady, is the nearest airbase. The railway station at Kozhikode is one of the major railway stations located near Manandhavady. Daily buses are available from Kannur, Kozhikode, Idukki, Thalassery and Payyanur for the destination.

During summer season, the weather is usually very hot, with the maximum temperature reaching up to 350 Celsius. This region receives heavy rainfall from the end of May till September. North East Monsoon also brings heavy rainfall, between October and November. Winter season is the ideal time to travel to the religious town of Manandhavady.


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Periya, Manandhavady
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Periya, Manandhavady
Periya, Manandhavady

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Periya, Manandhavady
Periya, Manandhavady

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Periya, Manandhavady

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