Located in the northern-most district of Kerala, Kasargod is known for its coir and handloom industries. Fishing is a prime source of livelihood in Kasargod. The district has water, forest, and mineral resources. Kasargod is flanked by the forest-covered Western Ghats in the east and the Arabian Sea in the west. Grey rocks and barren land amidst dense vegetation as well as calm lagoons visible through the coconut palms along the coastal bet lend this district a rare and distinct beauty. Kasargod displays different styles of temple architecture.

The unique architectural style of Madhur Mahaganapathy temple, the typical Kerala style of the historic Malik Deenar, Great Juma Masjid and many other structures speak volumes about the rich cultural heritage of the region. The Kasaragod city guide explores and highlights various tourist and travel attractions of Kasargod town.