Mananthavady was once ruled by the Pazhassi dynasty and the tomb of Pazhassi Raja is an important heritage site located on the bank of River Mananthavady in the heart of the town. After Sulthan Bathery and Kalpetta, Mananthavady is the third biggest town provides peace of mind.
Begur Wildlife Sanctuary: Begur National Park or Begur Wildlife Sanctuary is a heaven for photographers and nature lovers offers wide assortments of rich flora and fauna. The Park is a forest reserve where one can see wild animals in their natural habitat.
Pazhassiraja Tomb: Pazhassi Tomb is a place of great historical significance and believed to be the rest place of the brave freedom fighter Pazhassi Raja. It is a good place to witness the bravery of ancient India. For recreation, a Park is also situated here close to the tomb.
Meenmutty falls: Meenmutty falls is one amongst the most splendid waterfalls in South India and in Malayalam the name signifies the place where ‘fishes are blocked’. The picturesque beauty of this spot is mind blowing.
Kuruva Island: The Kuruva Island is an astounding nature retreat spread more than 950 acres of land of ever green forests on the tributaries of Kabini River. It is a secured stream delta on the Kabini.
The Valliyoorkavu Temple: The Valliyoorkavu Temple is a religious destination devoted to Goddess Durga, portray the three fundamental types of the Goddess – Vana Durga, Bhadrakali and Jala Durga. Aside from being an imperative spot of dedication, this spot is additionally prominent amongst sightseers.
Some other major tourist spots in the vicinity are: Boys Town, Paingatteri Agraharam , St. Thomas Orthodox Church, Gandhi Park etc.
Best Season to Visit: Throughout the year