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Nilambur Tour and Travel Guide

Nilambur Tour and Travel Guide

Nilambur–Sensational place of nature in Kerala

About Nilambur Tour and Travel Guide

Engulfed with raw nature, a blend of culture, art forms, and memories of colonial rule, Nilambur is situated in Malappuram. Located on the Chaliyar River bank in close proximity to Nilgiri Range, this little town is also called the 'Land of Teak Plantations'. You can come here through Kerala trip packages. There are a lot of sightseeing options in Nilambur. Some of these are Conolly’s Plot, The Teak Museum, Vellamthode Falls as well as Adyanpara Falls. The Kovilakam Temple magnetizes innumerable devotees each year. You can come here through Kerala trip packages.

 

Places to see at Nilambur. 

The Elembalai Hill, Nilambur 

The Elembalai Hill, Nilambur

Located in captivating surroundings of bamboo woods as well as vast thick forest, the Elembalai Hill is a habitat of various fauna that includes animals as well as birds like bison, elephant, dogs, blue monkey, and deer apart from wild cats. Situated at the border of Kerala as well as Tamil Nadu at the Chaliyar River, Elembalai Hill is the perfect spot to explore nature. You can come here through Kerala wildlife trip packages conducted through Hellovisit.

 

Adyanpara Waterfalls, Nilambur 

Adyanpara Waterfalls, Nilambur

Providing a panoramic view of nature, Adyanpara Waterfalls are situated in the Kumbalangod Village in Nilambur. Covered with lush green forest, the water of this fall comprises medicinal properties and is purified by nature. You can come here through the Kerala holiday trip package.

 

Teak Museum, Nilambur 

Teak Museum, Nilambur

Located 4 kilometers from Nilambur, the Teak Museum has a distinct collection related to the scientific, aesthetic as well as historical relevance of this tree. It is the only teak museum in India. You can come here through Kerala nature trip packages.

 

Nedumkayam, Nilambur 

Nedumkayam, Nilambur

A wonderful cover of rainforest located around 18 km from Nilambur, Nedumkayam is well known for its sensational views of nature. The woods provide a rustic feel and you feel the touch of British rule. The forest area has the oldest teak plantation in the globe that dates back to the 1840s with an area of 2.3 hectares. You can come here through Kerala environment trip packages.

 

The Biggest Living Teak, Nilambur 

The Biggest Living Teak, Nilambur

Also called Kannimara Teak, this tree is the biggest tree alive with a height of 47.5 m. Located around Parambikulam Wildlife sanctuary in Palghat, it is at a distance of 80 km from Nilambur. You can come here through Kerala environment trip packages.

 

Valamthode Waterfalls, Nilambur 

Valamthode Waterfalls, Nilambur

Located in the tribal belt, Valamthode Waterfalls are filled with freshness and beauty. You can reach these falls through Areekode-Mukkam Road located around 27 km from Nilambur. You can come here through the Kerala tour and travel packages conducted by Hellovisit.

 

Aruvacode, Nilambur 

Aruvacode, Nilambur

A little village by the name of Aruvacode is known for the art of pottery near Nilambur. Here you find the traditional potters. You can come here through Kerala trip packages. Kumbahan, a traditional artisan group was made here.

 

Central Forest Nursery, Nilambur 

Central Forest Nursery, Nilambur

This is a wonderful spot for plant lovers and you can find multiple plantation varieties. Central Forest Nursery is among the four central forest nurseries located in Kerala and it was supervised by Kerala Forest Department. It was established in 1997. Some of the plant species cultivated here are acacia, eucalyptus, teak etc. You can come here through the Kerala forest trip package conducted by Hellovisit.

 

Things to do at Nilambur 

One can do boating in the reservoirs as well as lakes.

 

What is the best time to visit Nilambur?

Monsoon and winter are good times to visit here.