Yamunatheeram, located at Kanayi near payyannur in the Kannur district of North Malabar is multi-facility. Kanayi with its pristine nature lend Yamunatheeram an aura of exotic feeling apart from the architectural beauty it commands. Kanayi, the land of Gods where one who drops in will for sure take back home a renewed energy. Lying on the banks of Vannathi puzha( river)Kanayi has been home to writers ,performers and artists. The first ever short story writer in Malayalam fiction kesari Vengayil Kunhiraman Nayanar spun his stories from this strip of land where Yamunatheeram situates. Tradition has it that payyannur occupies a numero uno position in its rich cultural & aquatic splendidness.

You have everything under one umbrella at yamunatheeram with its presentation rooms, meeting halls, auditorium, Dormitory, Rooftop, Pantry, Dining Hall and an open air theatre. Right with its state of the art multi facility you can pitch your companies’ big ideas or go for your major decisions. The flexible meeting spaces and conference facilities that we have suit your requirements. From brain storms to board meetings, from knotting a thread to launching a movement. We know there are so many in between.

The Story teller's grove

The story teller’s grove is another segment of operation under Yamunatheeram.In a salubrious environ ,a compound dense with arrucnut trees and with wide expanse of paddyfield as its back yard story teller”s grove will give you an experience unmatched and akin to a pilgrimage in to luminous moments.One gets infected by the richness and liveliness of ambient that the independent cottages in story teller”s grove impart.


Payyambalam beach
Kannur Beach is a group of five beaches on the western side of Kannur city in Kerala province of India. They are Payyambalam Beach Meenkunnu Beach Adikadalayi Beach Baby Beach Thayyil Beach.Kannur beach is popular for the graves of some of the most prominent social leaders of Kerala. Leadaers like E. K. Nayanar, Swadeshabhimani Ramakrishna Pillai, A. K. Gopalan, Pamban Madhavan, Sukumar Azhikode and K. G. Marar are laid to rest near this beach.
St Anjelo fort Kannur
St. Angelo's Fort was built in 1505 by Dom Francisco de Almeida, the first Portuguese Viceroy of India on the Arabian sea coast about 2 km from Kannur town. It was attacked in vain by the local Indian ruler Zamorin and kolathiri in the Siege of Cannanore (1507). In August 1509 Almeida, refusing to recognize Afonso de Albuquerque's as the new Portuguese governor to supersede himself, arrested him in this fortress after having fought the naval Battle of Diu.
Ezhimala (also known as Ezhimalai), a hill reaching a height of 286 metres, is located near Payyanur, in Kannur District of Kerala, South India. As the former capital of the ancient Mushika Kingdom, it is considered to be an important historical site, and is a conspicuous and isolated cluster of hills, 38 km north of Kannur Town. A flourishing seaport and center of trade around the beginning of the Common Era, it was also one of the major battlefields of the Chola-Chera Wars, in the 11th century.
Parassinikadavu muthappan temple & snake park
Parassinikkadavu is noted for the famous Muthappan temple where people go for worshipping Sree Muthappan. This is the only Hindu Temple in Kerala where a Theyyam performance is a daily ritual offering. Tradition has it that for the Annual Festival, Ulsavam, of the Muthappan Temple at Parassinikkadavu to start, a procession led by a female member of the "Thayyil" clan of Thayyil, Kannur begins from the family home and terminates at the main altar of the temple with a 'pooja' (prayer) to the Gods.
Aralam Wildlife
Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary is the northernmost wildlife sanctuary of Kerala, southwest India. A mere 55 km2 (21 sq mi) in area and located on the western slope of the Western Ghats. It was established in 1984. The headquarters of the sanctuary is near Iritty. Aralam wildlife sanctuary is the northernmost protected area of Kerala state, situated in the southeast part of Kannur District. It lies between 11° 54 and 11° 59 North latitude and 75° 47 and 75° 57 East longitude.
Mangrove Trail
A destination that would easily catch the attention of those who care about nature in one way or the other! It is a place where one of nature's magical pro positions - mangroves - take centre stage. Started a couple of years ago, the mangrove trail that has come up at Kizhake Kandankali, about five kilometers from Payannur town, offers visitors a close view of the mangrove ecosystem. Taken care of by the Malabar Mangrove Ecotourism Circuit, the trail has been developed based on the principles of tourism.