18 Kms away from Nilambur where the rain forest flourish, elephants and other wild animals can be viewed from the wooden rest house built by the British. An elephant-taming center, which still attracts visitors from all climes, is also there. Half an hour drive through the dense forests, leads to Mancheri, the settlement of Chola Naikars, a primitive tribe. t
Adyanpara in Kurmbalangod village of Nilambur Taluk is famous for its waterfalls and the splendor of wooded jungle. This cascade is a spectacle of unrivalled grandeur. The wild beauty of this place is a rare treat for the eyes and heart of the travelers.
The Elembalai hill is the border of Kerala and Tamilnadu, where the river Chaliyar originates. This hill clothed in dense forest and bamboo woods adds to the beauty of the same.. The region is a beloved homestead of innumerable birds and animals. To the lover of nature, the botanist and the naturalist, this region offers every charm in forest, mountain valley and cultivated plain. Elephants, bosons, deers tigers, blue monkeys, bears, boards, rabbits wild cats and dogs are found in the forests along with a variety of birds and reptiles.
Getting there: 18 kms from Nilambur, Malappuram
By road: 18 kms from Nilambur
Nearest Railway Station: Nilambur
Nearest airport: Karipur International Airpor