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Mananthavady is a town located in the Wayanad district on the banks of river Mananthavady. The town was ruled by Raja Pazhassi and his tomb is one of the most importance heritage places in the area and is one of the important attractions of Mananthavady tourism. Three km away from Manathavady is a small temple which is important among the tribal people. The Thirunelli temple is another important temple in the vicinity and it is around 36 km away from the Manathavady.
Geographical location and Mananthavady Weather
Mananthavady weather is of extreme nature. Mananthavady weather during summer is hot and uncomfortable and the temperature sores up to 35oC. The month of May is the hottest of all the months. Monsoon arrives in the month of June and heavy rainfall continue till September. Mananthavady weather during winter is from December to February and the temperature at times drop to around 10oC in the month of December.
Means of Transportation:
- ·Mananthavady has got vast network of roads. There is a main bus stand and there are frequent services from nearby cities. KSRTC buses are available in short intervals.
- · Private Taxis for Mananthavady Sightseeing are easily available from various nearby cities.
- ·The nearest railway station is at Kozhikode which is 106 km away from Manathavady.
- ·Nearest Airport is at Kozhikode which is 106 Kilometers from Mananthavady. Bengaluru International Airport (245 km) and Chennai International Airport (483 km) are also approachable for tourists coming from abroad.
Mananthavady Tourism, Mananthavady Sightseeing and Things to Do While At Mananthavady:
Manathavady Tourism attraction are Thirunelli temple, Pakshipathalam cave and Nagarhola wild sanctuary.
Manathavady sightseeing at Thirunelli temple is a place of charming silent beauty. This temple is located 30 km away from Manathavady. Another place worth Manathavady sightseeing is Pakshipathalam, a cave which is situated in the nearby forest to the temple. One has to climb up the mountain 2-3 km from the temple. There are a number of birds and bats inside the cave. Nagarhola is a wild life sanctuary where tourist can enjoy Manathavady sightseeing different animals like elephant, monkeys, bison, deers, fox, peacocks and jackals etc. People usually opt for Mananthavady Resorts as they like to stay in the lap of nature.
Other Places Important From View Point Of Manathavady Tourism Are:
2Palikkal Jama Masjis
3Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctaury
5Chandaanathode Pine Forest
Mananthavady Hotels and Mananthavady Resorts of Your Choice:
Manathavady tourism is at its peak during winters and has been attracting a number of tourist day-by-day, the number of Mananthavady Hotels and Manathavady resorts have increasing. Rooms are booked between December and May when the climate is pleasant. Affordable rooms in the budget Mananthavady Hotels are available and are booked in advance. There are very few luxurious Manathavady hotels and Mananthavady Resorts. Some of the Mananthavady Hotels are: Fringe Ford and Kandeth Homestay.
Tourism Office :
Department of Tourism, Government of Kerala,
Park View, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India - 695 033
Phone: +91-471-2321132 Fax: +91-471-2322279
For any emergency the banks available while at Mananthavady Tourism are Punjab National Bank, Canara Bank, The Federal Bank Ltd. and many more. The hospital nearest to Mananthavady resorts are Jyoti Hospital, St. Vincent Hospital and District Hospital.