At an altitude of 1740 meters above sea level, Pakshipathalam is one of the most unspoiled hill stations of Kerala. This hill station is located at a distance of seven kilometers from Thirunelli in Kozhikode district in Kerala. Home to a great variety of species of rare and exotic birds and animals, the verdant surroundings of Pakshipathalam was once a haven for the Indian saints of yore who spent their time in prayer and meditation in the lap of nature. Pakshipathalam is a major eco tourism center in Kerala. The Kuruvadweep islands known for its perfect ecological balance is located very close to Pakshipathalam. Many rare species of orchids grow in this area as the soil is conducive to their growth. Kozhikode is the nearest airport and rail head to this fantastic hill station of Kerala. The only way one can reach the slopes of Pakshipathalam is by trekking.

When the hectic pace of city life and the rat race for survival takes a toll a few days in the lap of Mother Nature in the verdant hill stations of Kerala would definitely bring about the much needed rest and rejuvenation for the tired body soul and mind.


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