- , the district capital
- Seaside fort.
- or Hosdurg
- on Karnataka border.
- or Nileshwar.
Kasaragod district has a lot of coconut plantations and paddy fields. There are several rolling hills near the beaches. The eastern hills are very serene and peaceful whereas the western coast is overdeveloped and suffering from extreme traffic congestion. The climate is hot and humid except from November to February. Heavy rain can be expected between June and September.
- Mangalore-Majeshwar-Kumbla-Kasaragod. 52 km
- Kozhikode-Mahe-Kannur-Bakel-Kanhangad-Kasaragod. 182 km
- Kasaragod-Mulleria-Jalsoor-Sullia-Madikeri-Mysore 227 km
- Kasaragod-Badiadukka-Vittal-Puthur-Sakleshpur. 164 km
- Kanhangad-Ranipuram-Panathur-Tala cauvery-Bhagamandala-Madikeri-Mysore. 227 km
- Autorikshaws charge ₹15.00 per km
- Buses charge only ₹7.00 for three km.
- Walking is impossible as numerous noisy motorcycles pester you even in village roads.
Ananthapura Lake TempleDedicated to Vishnu.
Bekal FortPicture post card pretty undamaged fort located in Bekal.
Chandragiri Fort(8 km) Ancient structure in bad shape.
Kottancheri Hills36 km from Kanhangad.
Madhur TempleVery beautiful structure. Ganapathy is worshipped here.
Malik Dinar MosqueAncient Dargah near the railway station built in scenic surroundings. Malik Ibn Dinar, a slave’s son, was an ardent disciple of Prophet Mohamed. He was the initiator of Islam propagation in Kerala. This Mosque was also built by him. The body of Ibn Dinar was buried within the Mosque. There is annual Urs festival which is celebrated to commemorate the arrival of Malik Dinar in Kasargod. The Urs attracts pilgrims from all over India in thousands.
Mallikarjuna TempleLord Shiva is worshipped here.
RanipuramLawn like hills near Panathur.
Ranipuram Shola SanctuaryHills, streams, waterfalls.
Valiyaparamba BackwatersAnandashramam- Kanhangad