Kayamkulam to Kasaragod - Bus Fare & Timings
- Bus-operator From To Cheapest Fare
Just a moment
Kayamkulam is a small village in the state of Kerala. Just close to Alleppey and Quilon, Kayamkulam is connected to Kerala Backwaters. This village is known for temples and palaces that were built during ancient period and attract thousands of visitors every year. One such temple is dedicated to goddess Bhagavathy, which is known for huge traditional lamps which are lite up everyday. 18th century Krishnapuram Palace is also the option that should be visited. Blended with roofs, dormer windows and narrow corridors, this palace reflects the Kerala architectural work. Another interesting location to visit is the Oachira Temple, which is the only temple in Kerala having no idol. People visit here to worship trees which are believed to be the place where lord shiva meditated. Other places to visit are-Kollam, Alappuzha and other few locations.
Kasargod is an important district in Kerala, and is known for coir and handloom industries. Beaches, hillocks, forts and shrines should not be missed while visiting Kasargod. Pleasant climate and lush green mountains keeps this place among the top tourist place. The unique thing about Kasargod is the 7 different languages that are spoken here. Malayalam, Kannada, Tulu, Marathi, Beary (Tulu-Malayalee Muslims), Konkani, Hindi and Urdu are languages spoken here. With rapid development taking place, Kasargod is now turning out to be city. With Kerala being famed as “God’s Own Country”, like every city of the state, Kasargod is also blessed with nature’s beauty. Bekal Fort, one of the biggest forts in Kerala is the most visited place. Other important locations in Kasargod are: Malom Wildlife Sanctuary, Parappa Wildlife Sanctuary, Ranipuram Wildlife Sanctuary, Kottancheri Hills, Valiyaparamba Backwaters and few other locations.