Trikaripur is a famous coastal town in Kasaragod, Kerala. It separates Kasaragod and Kannur and lies on the Arabian Sea coastal line. It consists of two villages, North Trikaripur and South Trikaripur. Trikaripur is 53 km from Kasaragod and 44.3 km from Kannur. As it lies on the coastal belt, it is a sought after destination for weekend getaways. Nearby cities are Poovalapp, Udumbunthala, and Kaikottukadavu.
Places to Stay
The hotels around Trikaripur normally get filled all the time even during off season times. Some of the hotels in Kasaragod, 53 km from Trikaripur, within Rs.1.000 are Bekal International Hotel, City Tower Hotel, Apsara Regency Hotel, and Speedway Inn.
Languages spoken here are Malayalam and English.
Trikaripur is famous for its temples, these temples have their own festivals. The other important festivals are Vishu held in April, Sarvajanika Ganeshotsavam and Onam celebrated during September.
Places of Interest
There are many tourist attractions and beaches around Trikaripur, most of them are located in Kasaragod, which is 53 km from Trikaripur. The Bekkal Fort (16 km) is a famous historical fort, Chandragiri Fort (7 km), Ananthapura Lake Temple (12 km), Malikdeenar Mosque (3.3 km), and Bela Church (13 km) from Kasaragod.
How to Get There
The nearest airport to Trikaripur is 111 km at Mangalore.
There is a railway station located in Trikaripur. However, the nearest station is at Payyannur (7 km).
Trikaripur is a well connected bus station (600 m) to neighbouring cities through a network of routes. Golden travels, a private bus operator, connect Trikaripur to other parts of the state. Utilise the discounts and offers when you are booking a bus ticket online.