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Enriched with rich past, knotted in the unique history, exceptional culture, bordered with nature divine, Kolam encircled on the southwest coast of India. Undoubtedly, this destination has gained commercial importance and has turned into the largest producer and exporter of premium quality of cashews. 

Sited on the shores of the Ashtamudi Lake, this town glitters with a number of temples and mosques, the calm water of the lake offers you a wonderful experience to spend some quality time. Alongside, amazing weather, mouth-watering cuisines and fascinating views of the town lure a wide range of tourists from across the globe.

Places to visit in Kollam

Punalur

A small town, however, the significance of town is quite high lies on the border to Tamil Nadu and Kerala. The river Kallada passes right through the city with a popular bridge built over it, with a width of 400 meters. Thrilling adventure sports and wonderful jungle experience in the Thenmala Ecotourism Park, attractive woods of pineapples, peppers, cinnamons, along with species of fauna and flora steal grabs a large number of tourists every year.

Palaruvi Waterfalls

An enchanting waterfall positioned on the Kolla-Shencottah Road at Palarive lies at an altitude of 300 ft. Exceptional magnificent view of the waterfalls draw space in the millions of heart, adds glitter to the scenic beauty of the town.

Mayyanad

One of the significant shrines for Hindus and Muslims, the destination is about 10 km away from the  Kollam town. Lord Subramaniam temple is an exquisite destination to visit; along with the temple, visitors have the option to visit an old mosque and various other churches in the region.

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Jatayu Nature Park

Jatayu Earth’s Center aka Jatayu Nature Park is situated at Jatayupara near Chadayamangalam town in Kollam district, Kerala. The park consists a vast statue of Jatayu. Read more…

Things to do in Kollam

Asramam Adventure Park

Thirumullavaram Beach

Munroe Island

Neendakara Port

Events and festivals in & around Kollam

Cochin Carnival

Cochin is gearing up again this winter and is coming up with one of the grandest carnivals of India known as Cochin carnival. It is organized in Kerala at the Kochi fort where people get together to celebrate all their joy and delight in a form of a festival. Read more…

Nehru Trophy Boat Race

What picture comes to your mind when you think of Kerala? Boat race maybe. Well, that’s the scenario, Kerala is known for its famous and thrilling boat races. It is an important part of the culture of Kerala and people adore it from years. Read more…

Uthralikavu Pooram

It is a festival dedicated to the Goddess Kali who is known to kill the evil and is celebrated in the Sree Ruthira Mahakalikavu Temple of the Thrissur district. Read more…

Sabarimala Festival

The Sabarimala temple is a pilgrimage place for the devotees from all over the state and country and the festival is celebrated there itself. The festival is celebrated each year in order to worship the deity Lord Ayyappa. Read more…

Best time to visit Kollam

Winter season months from October to February mark as the best time, the pleasant weather at this time makes the trip agreeable.

How to reach Kollam?

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