Beypore or Beypur is an antiquated port town and an area town in Kozhikode region in the province of Kerala, India. The place was previously known as Vaypura/Vadaparappanad. Tipu Sultan, leader of Mysore, named the town "Sultan Pattanam". There is a marina and a shoreline while Beypore port is one of the most seasoned ports in Kerala, which generally exchanged with the Middle East. Beypore is noted for building wooden boats, known as dhows or urus in the Malayalam dialect.
These boats were normally purchased by Arab dealers for exchanging and angling yet are presently utilized as visitor ships. As indicated by Captain Iwata, originator individual from the Association of Sumerian ships in Japan, Sumerian boats may have been worked in Beypore. There is proof to demonstrate that Beypore had coordinate exchange joins with Mesopotamia and was an unmistakable connection on the sea silk course. Beypore port is a Sub-port of Kozhikode port and is arranged roughly 10 km south of Kozhikode.
The land for the port was obtained from Beypore Karippa Puthiyakovilakam in the year 1963-64. It is an estuarine port, where Beypore stream releases into the Arabian Sea. Beypore is 180 km North of Cochin and 391 km far from Trivandrum. Beypore port is the second greatest port in Kerala after Cochin and at present handles around 100,000 tones of payload and 7500 travelers for every annum.
Currency: Rupees - INR Pincode of Beypur: 673015 Language : Malayalam, English Weather: Summer 28°C to 33°C Winter 24°C to 27°C