Vazhachal Falls– Vazhachal Falls is a famous picnic spot located about 60 km from Thrissur city.
Punnathurkotta-Punnathurkotta is an Elephant Sanctuary located about 23 km from Thrissur city. It is home to elephants which belong to the Guruvayur temple. It is one of the largest elephant sanctuary of the world.Tourist can visit this place between 9.30 am to 5.30 pm.
Vatanappally– Vatanappally Beach one of the peaceful beach located at the coast of Thrissur city about 20 km from city center. The beach is laced with golden sand and coconut trees.
Vazhani Dam– Vazhani Dam built across Vadakkancherry river is one of the biggest dam of Kerala. It is located about 23 km from Thrissur city. There is a beautiful garden along the reservoir. The view of the dam from the garden is captivating and attracts lots of tourists.
Ayyappa temple at Aarattupuzha– Ayyappa temple is a famous Hindu temple located about 14 kn from Thrissur city. The temple is about 3000 years old.
Athirapilly Falls– The waterfall is one of the famous tourist attractions located at the outskirts of Thrissur about 60 km away. It is a picnic spot opened between 8:00am – 6:00pm. The water fall is located within the natural forests that gives fascinating and spectacular view.
Peechi Dam– Peechi dam is built across the Manali River and expands in an area of about 3200 acres . It is located about 23 km from the Thrissur city.
Chavakkad Beach– Chavakkad Beach is one of the beautiful and famous beach of Kerala located about 29 km from Thrissur city. Here river Azhimokam confluences with the Arabian sea. The natural and peacefuller environment of the beaches attracts thousands of tourist to it.
Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple– It is one of the most famous pilgrimage centers of South India and is devoted to Lord Krishna. The temple is believed to be 5000 years old built in traditional Kerala style. It is located about 29 Km from the Thrissur city.