A toast to all of those who worked in favour of Tyndis heritage. If it weren’t for our well wishers we
wouldn’t be here. Props to our associates like DTPC, responsible tourism, Kerala Folklore academy,
Kerala Poorakkali academy making all of this possible.
Golden beaches, emerald backwaters, lofty mountain ranges, powerful art forms, the choices are many and so are the wonders that await you in Kerala.
District Tourism Promotion Councils (DTPC) provide constant aid and information to the visitors. These offices are equipped with tailor-made localised data which will help you plan your trip.
The District Tourism Promotion Council (DTPC) is set up with the purpose of fully exploiting the tourism potential of the State through sustained efforts by co-ordinating various Government departments, voluntary agencies and others interested in travel and tourism.
Responsible Tourism is about using tourism to make better places for people to live in and better places for people to visit, in that order.
Kerala Folklore Academy
Kerala Folklore Academy, an independent center for cultural affairs. The main objective of the Academy is to promote and project the traditional art forms of Kerala.
Payyanur Fine Arts Society
The Payyanur Fine Arts Society , had been instrumental in organizing various cultural events in the area, which included a theater fest for amateur drama troupes for five years continuously.
Kannur International Airport Limited
The Kannur International Airport(KIAL) is the second greenfield airport setup in the public private partnership (PPP) model in civil aviation infrastructure sector in kerala .
Kerala State Homestay and Tourism Association (Kerala HATS) promote rural and homestay tourism. The partnership will support members of Kerala HATS in attracting more tourists and bringing in more professionalism to the sector.
The Kerala Council for Historical Research (KCHR) is an autonomous research institution committed to excellence in research in History , Archaeology and other areas of Social Science.
Kannur Kandal Project
The Kannur Kandal Project aims to ensure the survival of existing mangroves and increase the acreage of such coastal wetlands across Kannur, potentially making it a prototype for other coastal districts in Kerala and the rest of the country.
Neythal for Wild Turtle
Neythal is an NGO that runs based on the Thaikadappuram beach in Nileshwaram. The Thaikadappuram beach is famous for the rare Olive Ridley Turtles that visit during the rainy season to lay eggs.
Calicut Heritage Forum
Calicut Heritage Forum (CHF) was formed in January 2008 as an informal body of persons who love Calicut and want to ensure that the history of this fascinating cultural cauldron is preserved for posterity.