Kasargod is a land of diverse terrains. Situated in the northern part of Kerala, bordering the Arabian Sea on one side and the Western Ghats on the other, Kasargod is a mystic land. The place is rich in hills, valleys, mountains and rainforests which naturally make it an adventurous location. There are almost 41 hill stations in and around Kasaragod. With the onset of the monsoons, the challenges are immense but are a draw among adventure seekers. The backwaters of Kasaragod too are sought out by adventure sports enthusiasts.
Ranipuram, covered with majestic shola woods, rainforests and diverse wildlife, is a famous and much sought-after trekking destination. Bekal Fort, Kasargod’s most popular tourist attraction, is also an adventure spot because of the difficulty of climbing it. Sprawled across a promontory that empties into the Arabian Sea at the main beach, it has a captivating old-world charm. One can also indulge in water sports at Valiyambara and Chandragiri backwaters.