Malampuzha dam and garden are in Palakkad's Western Ghats. The only "rock-cut" garden in South India is this one. The area's second big attraction is the ropeway.
The Western Ghats' biodiversity in Kerala is seen in this wildlife. Many endangered species live in this National Park. Thus, it becomes a protected biodiversity hotspot.
This palace will show you Palakkad's royal culture before and after colonial times. The palace is 26km from Palakkad Railway Station.
Palakkad's Kalpathy River borders this temple. Sri Visalakshi Sametha Viswanatha Swamy Temple is another name. This city landmark is known as Kasi Viswanatha Swamy Temple
The majority of this Taluk's landscape is populated woodland. This region's population is mostly forest tribes. Attapadi was part of Palakkad's Mannarkad Taluk.
This viewpoint is on a cliff, making scenic viewing adventurous. This viewpoint attracts many photographers. The area is also blessed with unusual wildlife.
The year of its founding makes it one of India's oldest. This dam's engineering is also often discussed, and scientists are still trying to discover its secrets.
It's a Palakkad forest reserve with exotic plants and animals. If you visit, you'll have to drive through many hairpin curves.
This waterfall is only 12km from Palakkad. The mist-covered mountains and forest surroundings make the waterfalls region rejuvenating.
According to recent estimates, Parambikulam Tiger Reserve has 28 tigers. Parambikulam Dam is near the sanctuary.
Sultan Hyder Ali rebuilt the fort after recapturing it in 1766 AD. This fort is in its best shape, and the authorities are doing their utmost to maintain it.
The dam spans Mangalam, Palakkad's main river. Cherukunnappuzha, a tributary of Mangalam, is where this dam is located.