Adyanpara Waterfalls

Adyanpara Waterfall

Place: Adyanpara Waterfalls Category: Trekking & sightseeing Located in the village of Kurmbalangod in the Nilambur Taluk, is the Adyanpara Waterfalls that is surrounded by dense forest cover. People here, believe that the water from this waterfall is naturally purified and has medicinal properties. Details
Canoly’s-Plot

Conolly’s Plot

Place: Conolly's Plot Category: Trekking & sightseeing The teak plantation, which is also known by the name of Conolly’s Plot, is a vast plot that extends over a total area of 2.31 hectares. This plot has been named after H.V. Conolly, who was the collector of the region during the British rule. He played a… Details
Suspension Bridge

Suspension Bridge

Place: Suspension Bridge Category: Trekking & sightseeing This hanging bridge lies across the Chaliyar river. It dangles when someone steps on it or when there is a slight breeze. Just strain your ears, you can hear the lullaby of nature with the rustling sound of teak leaves. The hanging bridge with 140 feet length, is… Details
Teak Museum

Teak Museum

Place: Teak Museum Category: Trekking & sightseeing The Teak museum is located about 4 km from the town of Nilambur, on the Nilambur-Gudallur route. The museum is also popular for being the world’s first teak museum where visitors can get all possible information related to teak trees. This museum was established by the Kerala Forest… Details
Butterfly Garden

Butterfly Garden

Place: Butterfly Garden Category: Nature & sightseeing Butterfly Garden is one of the major  attractions of Nilambur tourism. The butterfly garden is situated at the premises of teak museum and its a  boon to zoologists and researchers as the butterfly garden in Nilambur teak museum accommodates a wide range of butterflies. Details
Nedumkayam

Nedumkayam

Place: Nedumkayam Category: Trekking & sightseeing About 18 km from the region of Nilambur is the rain forest by the name of Nedumkayam. Within the rain forest, is an old wooden house that was built during the British colonial days. In order to enter the forest zone, travellers have to obtain prior permission from the… Details