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NILAMBUR TOURISM

Nilambur Tourism

Enriched with raw nature, a unique blend of culture, exquisite art forms, and shadows of colonial rule, Nilambur is located in the Malappuram District of Kerala. Nestled at the bank of the Chaliyar River in proximity to the Nilgiri Range, this small town is popularly known as the ‘Land of Teak Plantations’.

1. The Elembalai Hill

Set amid captivating surroundings of bamboo woods and sprawling dense forest, the Elembalai Hill is a natural habitat of a variety of fauna including animals and birds like bison, elephant, dogs, blue monkey, deer, and wild cats.

Located on the border of Kerala and Tamil Nadu at the place of origin of the Chaliyar River, Elembalai Hill is the perfect place to experience nature to the fullest.

2. Adyanpara Waterfalls

Adyanpara Waterfalls are located in the Kumbalangod Village in the Nilambur district, offering a fascinating view. Flanked by a thick cover of lush green forest, the water of this fall is believed to hold mystic medicinal properties and is naturally purified.

3. Teak Museum

Located at a distance of 4 kilometers from the town of Nilambur, the Teak Museum is a unique collection of information about the scientific, aesthetic, and historical significance of this tree. It is the only museum of its kind in India which makes it a popular destination on every tourist’s list. As soon as you enter the museum premises, a 55-year-old teak tree system welcomes you which is only a brief preamble of what this museum holds for you. A visit to this museum is an excellent way to enhance your knowledge about nature and its fascinating details.

The museum is built on two levels, the ground floor of which lays down an extensive study on the Kannimara teak. This variety of wood is the oldest naturally growing variant in the country. The museum also has a detailed account of the bark, flower, and fruit of the teak, which is an enjoyable as well as an educational experience.

In addition to information on this mighty tree, the museum also houses an extensive array of insects, butterflies, and moths commonly found in teak plantations. A botanist’s dream, this museum is an excellent insight into the intricate dealings of nature.

The museum is built on two levels, the ground floor of which lays down an extensive study on the Kannimara teak. This variety of wood is the oldest naturally growing variant in the country. The museum also has a detailed account of the bark, flower, and fruit of the teak, which is an enjoyable as well as an educational experience.

In addition to information on this mighty tree, the museum also houses an extensive array of insects, butterflies, and moths commonly found in teak plantations. A botanist’s dream, this museum is an excellent insight into the intricate dealings of nature.

4. Boating in Nilambur

One can enjoy boating at the reservoirs and lakes here. There are many lakes and water reservoirs nearby the town and many of these provide the boating facility. You can enjoy boating under the blue sky surrounded by blue water and greenery around the lake. The facilities are available only in the daytime, so it is better to catch up with the activity while you can in the daytime.

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