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Gurvayoor is one of the most scared and important pilgrim towns in South India.





Get in

By Air

The nearest airport is Nedumbassery (87 kms)

By Train

Though there is a railway station at Gurvayoor its more convenient to take the train upto Thrissur and then take a taxi (approx Rs 300) to Gurvayoor.

By Bus

By Road

Get around


Main attractions

  • Athirapally, In the sholayar ranges this 80 ft high waterfall is a popular picnic spot.
  • Bhagavathy Temple
  • Cheraman Juma Masjid (at Kodungalloor), Strange but true this Mosque resembles a hindu temple in appearance. The mosque was built in 629AD. This is the first mosque in India and the second in the world where Juma prayers were started.
  • Cheruthuruthy, Seat of the Kerala Kalamandalam, renowned world over for its Kathakali training centre. Training in Kalamandalam, Mohiniattam, Thullal and other art forms of Kerala are imparted here. Ph - 0488-462418
  • Elephant Fort, Punnathoorkotta, Home to about 50 temple elephants
  • Irinjalakuda Koodal Manikyam Temple,
  • Mammiyoor Shiva Temple
  • Parthasarathy Temple
  • Portuguese Fort,
  • Saint Thomas Memorial (at Kodungalloor), Formerly called Muziris, One of the apostles St. Thomas is believed to have landed here. The church established by him has some very ancient relics.
  • Sri Krishna Temple - Open from 3am in the morning to 9:15pm in the night with a brief closure between 12:30 to 3:30 pm
  • Thiruvanchikulam Temple ,
  • Thiru Venkatachalapathy Temple
  • Vazhachal, Nestled among dense green cover the Chalakudy river creates this beautiful waterfall ideal for a picnic.

Other attractions





  • Krishna Inn, East Nada, Guruvayoor - 680101, Ph - 0487-2550777

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