kozhikode: was always a prosperous trading town and was once the capital of the formidable Zamorin dynasty.on the other of busy life kozhikode have a way to explore the natural beauty places filled with adventure.kozhikode have the best places to fill your life with adventures.we have the best 5 places to refresh your mind.
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VAYALADA:kown as the gavi of malabar.KAKKAYAM DAM:famous for its trekking trails and boating options.THUSHARAGIRI WATERFALLS:a collection of three waterfalls covered with mist and snow present.ideal place for trucking.KAPPAD: nestled away from the busy life of the city, making it an ideal beach holiday destination for relaxationPERUVANAMUZHI:with great natural beauty amidst hills,islands,you can enjoy a dip in the cool waters of the Chavaramuzhi River
Kozhikode: Northern Kerala’s largest city (still widely known as Calicut ), was always a prosperous trading town and was once the capital of the formidable Zamorin dynasty. vasco da Gama first landed near here in 1498, on his way to snatch a share of the subcontinent for king and country (Portugal that is). Its contribution to all round development of the district in trade, commerce and economic development over the years is spectacular. Kozhikode city is the marketing centre for commodities like pepper coconut, coffee, rubber, lemongrass oil etc., produced in Kozhikode and the neighbouring districts of , Malappuram and Kannur. Arabian Sea on the west and the proud peaks of the Wayanad hills on the east, this district with the serene beaches, lush green countryside, historic sites, all combine to make the city a popular tourist destination filled with a warm ambience to fascinate a visitor.The city still has its charm left with wonderful people and cultures. At a distance of 179 km from Kochi, 124 km from Palakkad, 176 km from Coimbatore, 113 km from Thrissur, 158 km from Ooty, 241 km from Mangalore, 352 from Bangalore, 376 km from Trivandrum and 213 km from Mysore, Kozhikode (also known as Calicut) is a city in the state of Kerala. It is the 3rd largest city in Kerala and the headquarters of Kozhikode District. Kozhikode is home to a genial culture and rich traditions. It is famous for ‘Mappilappattu’, ‘Kolkali’ and ‘Oppana’ which are the traditional art forms of the Muslim communities of Malabar.Kozhikode carries in its heart the melodies of Ghazals and Hindustani music and hums the songs of Rafi Saheb, Kishore Kumar, Mukesh, Hemanth Da, Talat Mahmood, Manna Dey and others.Mittayi Theruvu’ also known as the SM Street, got its name from the ‘Sweet Kozhikkodan Halwa’ which the Europeans called Sweet Meat (SM). It is a long street with its entire length filled with shops that sell everything one could ever need.
Kozhikode is the food capital of Kerala with its mouth-watering dishes like the ‘Kozhikkodan Biriyani’, ‘Chattippathiri’, ‘Irachipathiri’, ‘Elanchi’, ‘Pazham Nirachathu’, ‘Unnakkaya’ ‘Sulaimani’ – the special Kozhikkodan lemon tea and others, all served with love.