Travel Division is approved as an Inbound Tour Operator by the Ministry of Tourism, Govt of India and the Department of Tourism, Government of Kerala

Palakkad Fort

Situated at the heart of the town- Built in 1766 by Hyder Ali of Mysore

Jain Temple

In the western suburb of Palakkad town- Built about 500 years ago- 32 feet long & 20 feet wide granite temple

Kalpathy Temple & Village

Built in 1425 AD - Chariot Festival

Siruvani Dam

Asia's purest water form

Punarjani Guha

Situated 2 kms from the Thiruvilwamala Temple, this Guha is a natural tunnel in the rocky cliff. A myth - crawling through the tunnel from one end to other will wash one's sin's away. Only men are allowed to do the Noozhal

Mayiladum Para

Cholanur Peacock Sanctuary is 30 kms from Palakkad and is one of the best places to watch peacocks


A dam across the scenic river Gayathri that flows into Bharathapuzha


Hillstation ideal for trekking, offers a bird's eye view of one-third of Palakkad

Malampuzha Gardens

At a distance of 10 kms and surrounded by the mighty Western Ghats, this scenic spot has a dam and beautifully landscaped gardens

Thiruvalathur Temple

A tribute to the past masters of Kerala architecture

Silent Valley National Park

One of the last remnants of Tropical rain forests in India- accessible only by foot (nearly 24kms)

Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary

At a distance 0f 105 kms - home to rare varieties of animals & birds - Reservoir for boating/cruising - tree houses-presence of the oldest teak tree, kannimari



Up on the hills of Malampuzha is this picturesque forest - streams abound-rare birds and butterflies can be seen all around


Mangalam Dam

Built across the Cherukunnath River

Kallekkulangara Temple

A "Pair of Hands" is worshipped as the main deity

Dhoni Hills & Farms

15 kms from Palakkad town-nestles a beautiful waterfall

Loknayak J.P Smrithi Vanam & Deer Park

Situated at Walayar 22 Kms from Palakkad - offers close encounters with deer

Keraleeya Ayurveda Samajam

This is on the banks of the Bharatha Puzha river in Shornur with an 86 year old tradition


The land of pristine beauty and tribal living

Meenvallam Waterfalls

This is on the banks of the Bharatha Puzha river in Shornur with an 86 year old tradition


30 kms from Palakkad, the birth place of Kunjan Nambiar, the 18th Century Satirist