Enriched with raw nature, a unique blend of culture, exquisite art forms and shadows of colonial rule, Nilambur is located in Malappuram District of Kerala. Nestled at the bank of Chaliyar River in proximity to Nilgiri Range, this small town is popularly known as 'Land of Teak Plantations'. Blessed with vibrant shades of natural beauty, the region is clustered with exotic wildlife and showcases vivid illustrations of past through several royal residencies. Nilambur, covered under vast tracks of the forest has many kinds of wood mushrooming around other than teak. Venteak, rosewood and mahogany are the other few types of wood that flourish in the area. Pleasant weather is the last thread that makes this town a perfect destination for all kind of vacation makers. Nilambur boasts of a colonial influence backed by vast stretches of rainforests, gushing waterfalls, royal mansions and ancient tribal settlements. There are plenty of sightseeing options in and around Nilambur. This includes Conolly’s Plot, The Teak Museum, Vellamthode Falls and Adyanpara Falls. The much-revered Kovilakam Temple attracts thousands of devotees every year.