Kairali Heritage Kannur Kerala
Kattampally, Kannur, Pin 670 603, Kerala, India
Kannur is a coastal city in the south Indian state of Kerala. It was once an ancient trading port. Enduring monuments such as 16th-century St. Angelo Fort, once occupied by European colonial forces, show the city’s significant role in the spice trade. Housed in a former palace, the Arakkal Museum highlights Kerala's one Muslim royal family. The palm-fringed sands of Payyambalam Beach run along Kannur’s western shore.
Kairali resort is spread over 11 acres of landscaped land on the bank Of Kattampalli River with 24 air-conditioned river facing cottages with modern amenities, Offered comfortable, gracious living in pollution free and nature friendly atmosphere complimented by our courteous and personalized services.
How to Reach
By Air:- There are no regular flights from other major cities of the country to Kannur. Nearest airport is Calicut International Airport, Kannur is 84 km away.
By Train : - Kannur is well connected to other major cities of the country via regular trains, Railway Station(s): Kannur Main (CAN).
Kannur Beach is a group of five beaches on the western side of Kannur city in Kerala province of India. They are Payyambalam Beach Meenkunnu Beach Adikadalayi Beach Baby Beach Thayyil Beach.
Tellicherry Fort is in Thalassery a town in Kannur District of Kerala state in south India. Tellicherry was one of the most important European trading centers of Kerala.
Parassinkkadavu Snake Park
Parassinkkadavu Snake Park is located in Anthoor Municipality about 16 kilometres from Kannur Corporation in the Kannur district of north Kerala, in south India.
Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary
Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary is the northernmost wildlife sanctuary of Kerala, southwest India. It is 55 km² in area and located on the western slope of the Western Ghats. It was established in 1984. The headquarters of the sanctuary is near Iritty.