Bekal is uncommonly known for its glorious Bekal Fort, which is appraised among the best tourist spot in Kerala. Numerous Indian motion pictures, as Rang De Basanti, are filmed in the fort. The ocean breeze going through your hair, the wonderful climate and great wheater are key to fixing and have a great time here. Fort shaped like a giant keyhole, the historic this Fort offers a superb view of the Arabian Sea from its tall observation towers, which had huge cannons a couple of centuries ago. Inferable from colorful excellence and peacefulness, it is among the main three special first night puts in South India.
The province of Kerala is looking into an arrangement to begin seaplane administrations associating Bekal with Kollam Ashtamudi, Kumarakom, Punnamada and well known Paravur backwaters. Bekal in Northern Kerala came into one of the best ten travel goals chose by Lonely Planet.
Attractions: Fort and Beach, Ananthapura Temple, Valiyaparamba Backwaters, Mallikarjuna Temple, Chandragiri Fort, Kappil Beach, Nileswaram, Hole Aqua Park, and Pallikere Beach.
Nearby places: Edakkal Caves, Banasura Sagar Dam, Soochipara Falls, Banasura Hill, Kuruvadweep, Pookode Lake, Thirunelli Temple, Kanthanpara Waterfalls, Ambukuthi mala, Wayanad Heritage Museum, Karapuzha Dam, Neelimala Viewpoint, Chethalayam Waterfalls, etc…
Best Time to visit: September to May
How to Reach
- By Air: Bekal by air need to fly to Mangalore airport which is the nearest airport being about 50 kilometers away.
- By Rail: The two nearest major railway stations are Kasargod and Kanhangad. Both railway stations are around 12 kilometers away from Bekal.
- By Road: On roadways to reach Bekal as there are numbers of buses ply by KSRTC bus services. The major towns are Kanhangad and Kasargod located just at 12 kilometers distance.