Best of nature and wild life that Nilambur has in store for the tourist and manifested in a variety of ways in its extensive forests teeming with bamboos, teak, rosewood, venteak, choropin, mahagoni, etc.
This beautiful town on the bank of the Chaliyar River is at a distance of 70 km from Calicut, 100 km from Ooty (Uddagamandalam) and 40 km from Malappuram town. Located in the eastern side of Malappuram district, Kerala, this small sleepy town has a surprise in store for its visitors.
Renowned for the oldest teak plantation in the world -‘The Conolly’s Plot’- is just 2 km from Nilambur town. The place is noted for its tribal settlements, the world’s first Teak Museum, vast rain forests, waterfalls and ancient residences of maharajas called as kovilakoms. It is an important halting place for tourist enroute to Ooty. Presently Nilambur taluk comprises 19 villages
The hill country has also contributed much to the cultural heritage of Kerala. Along with historic monuments and diverse natural attractions, a range of cultural and ritual art forms add to its value as a destination worth visiting.