Vismaya is an amusement water theme park situated near Taliparamba in Kannur. It is situated near to the famous Muthappan temple in Parassinikadavu. The park is developed and run by Malabar Tourism Development Co-operative Limited.
The facilities provided here are prayer hall, restaurants, conference hall, shops, dormitory etc. Some of the attractive rides offered here include Virtual waterfall, Laser show, Aqua trail, Wave pool, Electric swing, Sky train, Giant wheel, Tornado ect,. Spread across 30 acres, it is filled with thrilling rides and water sports. A treat for both children and adults of all age groups. . The park is completely operated by the rain water collected by the reservoir spread over two acres of land with a capacity of 50 million litres of water. Vismaya makes it one of the environmental friendly water theme parks in the world.
Virtual waterfall and Laser show are the two main attractions of this amusement park. Virtual waterfall is a musical waterfall where the visitors dance under the water stream to the background music. This crowd puller is open everyday starting 2 pm and usually ends by 3 pm. Laser shows are usually staged in the evening, and are a major attraction.
Mon-Sat: 11:00 am to 6:00 pm (Except holidays and peak season)
Sunday & Holidays:10:30 am to 6:00 pm.
Saturday, Sunday, Holiday, Festival Season etc.
Educational Institutions Discounted Rates
Students (LKG & UKG) : 125.00 175.00
Students (1st - 10th) : 160.00 200.00
Students (Plus 1 & 2) : 180.00 220.00
Colleges and Computer students : 225.00 275.00
How to Reach,
Nearest Bus Station : Parassinikadavu bus station.
Nearest Railway Station : Kannur railway station at a distance of 18 kms.
Nearest Airport : Karipur International Airport at a distance of 95 kms.
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