By Air : The Nearest Airport is Calicut Airport 

By Rail : The Nearest Railway Station is Kozhikode Main (CLT)

By Road : There are regular buses from other major cities of the country to Kozhikode.

A mighty seaport where Arab, Chinese and East African traders once converged, Kozhikode was previously the most important region of the Malabar Coast. Vasco da Gama landed on its shores in 1498, catapulting the region to global fame. Once the capital of the powerful Zamorins and a prominent trade and commerce centre, the winds of change have swept over this charming coastal land from time to time. The whiff of history continues to permeate the lanes, bazaars and business hubs of this great port of yesteryears. Lush green countryside, serene beaches, historic sites, wildlife sanctuaries, rivers and hills make Kozhikode a popular destination. Also adding to the legacy of this region is a unique culture and a warm friendly people.

  • Dolphin's Point : Just 15 minutes from the city centre is a place called Dolphin's Point, where one can see dolphins playing in the sea of an early morning. The long tree-lined beach, about 2 km away, is popular with the local people because of the Lions Club Park, the lighthouse, and two piers - and of course, the opportunity to soak in the evening breeze. 
  • Pazhassi Raja Museum : Located at East Hill, the Pazhassiraja Museum, run by the State Archaeological Department, displays ancient murals, antique bronzes and old coins, as well as models of temples, megalithic monuments like dolminoid cysts and umbrella stones.Timings are 10 am to 5 pm. (Closed on Mondays) Situated next to the Pazhassiraja Museum, the Art Gallery contains paintings of Raja Ravi Varma and Raja Raja Varma. 
  • Krishnan Menon Museum : The Krishna Menon Museum has a section in honour of the great Indian leader V.K. Krishna Menon, whose personal belongings and souvenirs gifted by world leaders are exhibited here. Timings are 10 am to 5 pm. (Closed on Mondays and Wednesday forenoons). 
  • Thusharagiri : True to its very name land and water have struck an extraordinary kinship at this destination. The three water falls in the backdrop of lush green forest is exhilarating and dumbfounding for every visitor. This natural beauty spot exists 11 kms from Kodenchery which is abound in plantations of rubber, aracanut, coconut, pepper, ginger, and spices of all sort. This destination provides ample opportunities for young and old alike and challenging time for adventurers. Best season to visit is from October to March.
  • Kakkayam : A dam site of unique beauty and abundant wild life situate 45 kms. from Kozhikode. Kakkayam offers a Muscle flexing and challenging trekking and rock climbing through river path, enjoying numerous water falls. Best seasons for a trek is from November to April.
  • Peruvannamoozhy : The dam site 60 kms. from Kozhikode girdled with mountains is an abode of beauty, calm & serenity. Cruise in a speed boat or lazily walk around through thick foliage. A crocodile farm run by the forest Department situates close to the reservoir. There exists a 'Smarakathottam' within this reservoir bearing the heroes of nation building.
  • Velleri Mala : A beautiful location for trekking. The trekking starts from a water fall and pass through lush green forest. Overnight stay in tented accommodations is required, as it is not safe to trek at night. On the top of the hill it is so chill that warm cloths are required. Can be reached from Thiruvambadi.
  • Mananchira : Mananchira is the heart of the city and sites important institutions like the Town Hall and the Public Library. One of Kozhikode's oldest institutions, the Commonwealth Trust's office is located here. The large pond and park are well-known landmarks. 
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Visit Beypore Beach,Peruvannamuzhi Dam, Kadalundi Bird Sanctuary, Mananthavadi , Lakkidi & Thikkoti Lighthouse