Kuttuparamba, a town in Kerala’s Kannur district, derives its name from Kuthu, meaning folk dance and Paramba, which means ground. Kuttuparamba was the place where dancers used to perform during Pazhassi Raja’s reign. Visitors to this town can travel along State Highway 30 that leads to the coastal line to enjoy the beaches around. State Highway 38 that starts form this town connects to National Highway 17. Some of the important tourist destinations here are Kannur, Thalassery, Ranipuram, Muzhappilangad Beach and Payyoli.
Places to Stay
There are many affordable hotels in Kuttuparamba. Two such budget hotels are Hotel Sree Gokulam Fort (Tariff – Rs.526) and Paris Presidency (Tariff – Rs.546).
The language spoken here is Malayalam.
The most celebrated festivals in Kuttuparamba are Maha Shivratri in February, Vishu in April, Onam in September, Navratri in September-October, Diwali in October-November and Christmas in December.
Places of Interest
Kuttuparamba has many tourist attractions in and around the town. Some of these attractions are Purakkalam, a kilometer from Kuttuparamba, Pilakool (14 km), Attara Kunnu (19 km), Mahé (21 km), Thalassery (14 km), Kizhunna Beach (21 km) and St. Angelo Fort, 26 km away from Kuttuparamba.
How to Get There
The nearest airport is the Calicut International Airport, which is 105 km away from Kuttuparamba.
There is no railway station in Kuttuparamba. Thalassery Railway Station, about 14 km away from Kuttuparamba is the nearest railway station.
Kuttuparamba is well connected to nearby cities and states by a wide network of state-run and private buses. There are daily buses run by private bus operators such as Cauvery Travels, Blessy Travels, Golden Travels and Kalpaka Travels from Bangalore to Kuttuparamba. Get discount on bus booking through various travel websites like Ticketgoose.com and visit your desired holiday destination.