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Vatakara is a coastal municipality in the Kozhikode district of the South Indian state of Kerala. It is the birthplace of Unniyarcha, Aromal Chekavar, Thacholi Othenan and the legendary heroes of the Vadakkanpattu. The Moorad river flows into the Arabian Sea at a point close to the town, and since it is a coastal town fishing is one of the main occupation here. The town, which houses many well-known temples, is also the birthplace of Kunjali Marakkar.
Places to Stay
There are many places in Vatakara which offer affordable accommodation. Places like Hotel Silver (opposite new bus stand) and Hotel Indraprastha offer lodging facilities that start at Rs.500 onwards.
The annual festival at Lokanarkavu, locally called Pooram, is celebrated during March/April. The Kotiyoor Festival at the 100-year-old Kozhukkannur Neyyamruth Madom is famous in this region.
Malayalam is the local language here.
Places to Visit
The Kalariyullathil Temple and Chennamangalam Temple (one of oldest temples in Kerala) are just 2 km from the town. Other places to visit are the Lokanarkavu in Memunda, (5 km from Vatakara), Sandbanks and Silent Beach (7 km) and the Lord Muthappan Temple situated in Memunda, where people go to watch the sunset. The Kozhukkannur Neyyamruth Madom, located in Purameri is just 5 km from the town.
How to Get There
The nearest airport is the Calicut International Airport (60 km).
Vadakara Railway Station connects the town to major centres in India.
The Vatakara New and Old Bus Stand(s) connect the town to the neighbouring towns. There are a number of bus operators like Asoka Tours and Travels, KTC Tours and Golden Travels that offers travellers regular bus services to and from the town. When you opt for Ticketgoose.com’s online bus ticket booking facility ensure that you check out for discount coupons.
Thiruvananthapuram is also called as Trivandrum is the capital and largest city of the Indian state of Kerala. It is the 5th most populous urban agglomeration in that state. The economy of Trivandrum is based on tourism, information technology, rubber plantations, coffee production, tea production and education. Mahatma Gandhi has referred this place as “Evergreen City of India”.
Even though it is the capital city of Kerala, there are many budget hotels that would satisfy the needs of the individuals. Some of the budget hotels here are Hotel Prathiba Heritage, Hotel Galaxy Inn, Hotel Venkateswara, Hotel Boban Plaza, Hotel Sukhvas and many.
Malayalam is the official language of Thiruvanathapuram. English is also spoken here.
The main festivals of Trivandrum are Onam, Vishu, Aarat of Padmanabhaswamy Temple and Attukal Pongala.
Places to See
There are several tourist attractions in this region such as Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple, East Fort, Napier Museum and Zoo, Sree Chithra Art Gallery, Kowdiar Palace, Kovalam, Ponmudi, Lighthouse Beach, The Kanakakunnu Palace,The Zoological Park, Hawa Beach, Samudra Beach, Happy Land Water Theme Park, Poovar Island, Chalai Bazaar,Agastya Mala Peak and Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary and Dam.
How to Get There
Thiruvananthapuram International Airport is the nearest airport to this region.
Varkala Sivagiri, Trivandrum Kochuveli, Trivandrum Central, Thiruvananthapuram Pettah, Kazhakkuttam and Trivandrum Veli are the nearest railway stations to this region.
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