Best Things To Do in Nilambur, India

Have you ever visited a new place and felt ‘wow’ about it? For many visitors, it happens at Nilambur.

Nilambur may not be as popular as other cities in India, but don’t let that fool you. Nilambur is a smaller but beautiful upcoming tourist destination that is worth a visit. You will be surprised by some of the unique things to do and places you can explore at this hidden destination.

You might wish to revisit it someday again, to take a break and relax at Nilambur.

If you have plans to visit India and are not sure if Nilambur should be included in your itinerary, keep reading. In this list, we have put together some of the things to do in Nilambur and around. We have a hunch that if you include this city in your travel plans, you will be thrilled you did so.

Tourist Attractions in Nilambur

Here is the list of things to do in Nilambur and tourist attractions in city.

  1. Conolly's Plot

    4.3 (472 Votes)
    Conolly's Plot


    Address: Nilambur, Kerala 679329

    Conolly’s Plot is the oldest teak plantation in the world. It is flanked by the rivers Chaliyar and Kurinjipuzha on two sides, and the other two sides by the dense forests of Kerala. You can find rare and exotic species of birds, trees and insects in this plantation. A suspension bridge is a part of this plot, and it takes you through the...Read more
  2. Adyanpara Waterfalls

    4.2 (151 Votes)
    Adyanpara Waterfalls


    Address: Malappuram, Kerala 679334

    This seasonal waterfall in Kerala is spectacular in monsoons. It is yet not very popular amongst tourists. So, you may get the whole place to yourself. Cascading water and lush greenery around the place are picturesque. It is not advisable to go into the water as the flow is very strong. But, you can sit on the shores and enjoy the view. Unpack...Read more
  3. Nilambur Teak Museum

    4.3 (86 Votes)
    Nilambur Teak Museum

    Museum, Specialty Museum

    Address: SH28, Nilambur, Kerala 679330

    The Teak Museum located in Nilambur is the first of its kind in the world. It aptly exhibits the various processes related to teak, as well as the the methods of growing these trees. Teak trunks of varying thickness and age are exhibited here, and the highlight of this place is a 480-year-old teak tree from Nagarampara forest range in Kottayam....Read more