Kadalundi is a village in Kozhikode district, Kerala, India. It is a coastal village close to the Arabian Sea. Kadalundi is famous for its bird sanctuary which is home to various migratory birds during certain seasons and has been recently declared as a bio-reserve. Beypore, Chaliyam and Vallikunnu are notable places around Kadalundi.
Places of interest
The Kadalundi bird sanctuary and its bordering mangrove forest is one of the foremost attractions of Kadalundi.
First ever railway line in Malabar was between Thanoor and Chaliyam (in Kaladundi). Still the Coal (used for steam engines that time) can be found here at the place where old railway station was situated.
A large Wale skeleton can be found at Chaliyam kept in remembrance of a big catch at this area.
Pulimoodu (a long stretch of land artificially made putting rock and sand) to facilitate down loading of fish caught from the sea is here where tourists come to watch sunset.
Here you can also find a Light house built by British still working, guiding fisherman to the shore.
The ‘Vavulusavm’ is the famous festival. Cutting across religion all participate on this occasion. A procession is taking during this season. Jathavedan was supposed to travel to all parts of this area before going to his mother (Godess).
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Airport: Nearest airport is at Karipur, about 23 kilometers from Kadalundi.
Rail: Kadalundi Railway station, is well connected with almost all the major stations in the country.
Road: Well connected with all major cities.