The museum has a variety of Indian teaks. You can learn about Teaks in Nilambur's history and culture.
Nature lovers should prioritize this Nilambur destination. The Western Ghats and deep bamboo groves will leave a lasting impression.
Visit the Adyanpara Waterfalls for pure water. Locals think the fall water has magical and therapeutic properties. Thick green woodlands surround the waterfall.
This rainforest's rustic beauty will enchant you with its inexplicable whispers. The colonial wooden house in Nedumkayam forest offers a different atmosphere.
The world's largest teak tree survives here. Due to the tree's historical significance, photography is common around it.
Tribal villages surround the waterfall, making it popular. Refresh in the waterfalls and explore the tribes' interesting lifestyles.
A big teak plantation in Kerala, this one is 2.31 hectares in size. It was made sometime between the years 1842 and 1844.
In the town of Nilambur, there is a small, traditional village called Aruvacode. The locals have made pottery their primary source of income.
This government-run nursery in Nilambur offers a wide range of herbs and plants. The nursery was established in 1997 by the Kerala Forest Department.
This bungalow palace in Kunnu is well-known for having appeared in the Malayalam film Bhargavi Nilayam.