Pakshipathalam, located 7 kms north east of Thirunelli Temple in Brahma
Giri Hills is a challenging tourist spot. A trekkers' paradise, this
place is accessibe only by trekking.
at an altitude of 1740 m above sea level, this hill station offers great
opportunities for bird watching. One has to trek 17 kms through the wild
forests, to reach 'Pakshipathalam'.
The deep rock caves formed among the thick blocks of rocks at the
northern top end of the Brahmagiri is the abode of various birds and
wild beasts. One can watch rare species of birds from the watchtower of
the Bird sanctuary located nearby.
One has to obtain special permission from forest department to go to
Pakshipathalam. DTPC (District Tourism Promotion Council) arranges
vehicle, guides, camping apparatus etc. to the tourists on hire.
General Information - Pakshipatalam
1740m Above Sea Level
Wayanad District, Kerala
Prime Attractions of Pakshipatalam
Situated on Ambukuthi Hills, Edakkal caves are 10
kilometers from Sultanbathery, in Wayanad district.
Established in 1973, the Wayanad Wildlife
Sanctuary is contiguous to the protected area network of Nagarhole and
Bandipore of Karnataka and Mudumalai of Tamilnadu. more..