See for yourself exactly why Kerala is so beloved by tourists, by getting out and touring the abundance of natural and man-made attractions surrounding Kasaragod. Journey 6 miles (10 kilometers) northwest to Bekal, where you can check out the Bekal Beach and Bekal Fort.
Sample a little culture, learning and lore amid the great outdoors at Kerala's open-air markets and gardens. Feed your mind by visiting Kerala's wonderfulaters and craft workshops.
Discover the region's alluring waterways. Fishing and snorkeling are some of the popular ways to get active here. If you're the kind of traveler who prefers to take the slow lane while holidaying, Kasaragod offers great camping and bird watching.
Long-time travelers understand that regional foods are a good technique to really get to the heart of an area. Coconut and also seafood are common ingredients used in food here. Thalassery biryani (spicy rice dish with meat and vegetables and sambar (lentil and vegetable soup) are popular with visitors and locals alike. Mango pudding is the perfect way to round out your Kerala meal.
The 26th of Janurary is Republic Day, so if you're vacationing here at this time, be aware that banks, business and some attractions may have reduced opening hours as the nation celebrates.
The closest major airport, Mangalore International Airport, is located in Mangalore, 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the north of Kasaragod, so take that into account when planning your holiday.