Kakkadampoyil is a hill station located in the Malabar region of Kerala, India. Kakkadampoyil is known for its picturesque views and lush greenery. Visitors can explore waterfalls like Kozhippara Waterfalls and Valamthode Waterfalls as well as the ancient famous Pazhassi Tomb and spectacular Teak Museum. The hill station is surrounded by the Western Ghats and is an ideal hiking spot. With an average elevation of 700 meters, it offers views of the surrounding hills and valleys. There are plenty of trekking trails and bird watching spots, making it a great spot for nature lovers.
Located in Chaliyar panchayat in Malappuram district and Koodaranhi panchayat in Kozhikkode district, Kakkadampoyil is a gorgeous village. The hilltop has a cool climate and is away from the bustle of the city, so many tourists come to it to enjoy it. Kakkadampoyil has a cool climate all year round due to its altitude of 2200 feet. There's the famous Pazhassi cave and Kozhippara waterfalls here, and this village is also referred to as "Mini Gavi" because of the misty mountain tops and lush greenery. It's 48 km from Calicut City to Kakkadampoyil village, on the Western Ghats bordering Kerala. This village is surrounded by forests, misty mountains, deserted roads, and waterfalls.