A major attraction of Madayipara is a hand-held mirror shaped pond which has a connection to the ancient Jewish settling in the region.
Madayipara, a hillock, located in the Madayi region of Kannur near Kuppam River, is well known for its rich biodiversity. Madayipara is home to more than 500 plant species which include many insect-eating plants.
The remanants of Pazhikotta Fort can be seen at the southern side of the hill. A major attraction of Madayipara is a hand-held mirror-shaped pond which has a connection to the ancient Jewish settling in the region. Vadakunda Shiva temple and the adjacent 1.5 acre spread lake are other attractions.
A mosque believed to have been built in AD 1124 and one of the oldest mosques in India is there on the hill. Yet another attracting factor in Madayipara is a British-rulers’ built Travellers Bungalow. The Bungalow is an ideal spot to have a panoramic view of the region and beyond.
The scenic beauty of the landscape viewed from the hilltop is memorable