The museum, a two storey building, is the world's first teak museum and is operated by the Kerala Forest Research Institute. The only urban museum in the world dedicated to teak trees is at Nilambur. Teak museum in Nilambur offers a lifelong travel experience to visitors who love the trees and nature. The exhibits include comprehensive information on aspects of the use of teak in their exhibits and articles on the subject. The museum provides extensive information of value historically, artistically and scientifically. The museum was established in 1995 on the campus of the centre of Kerala Forest Research Institute (KFRI) because of the historical significance of teak to the area. The world's first teak plantation was planted in Nilambur in the 1840s by the British
Butterfly Garden is one of the major attractions of Nilambur tourism. The butterfly garden is situated at the premises of teak museum and its a boon to zoologists and researchers as the butterfly garden in Nilambur teak museum accommodates a wide range of butterflies.
This hanging bridge lies across the Chaliyar river. It dangles when someone steps on it or when there is a slight breeze. Just strain your ears, you can hear the lullaby of nature with the rustling sound of teak leaves. The hanging bridge with 140 feet length, is part of the eco tourism project of Nilambur. Just walk through the bridge you will reach Conolly's plot. A 153 year old teak plot which stands eternal while flipping the pages of history.
Conolly's Plot is the well known plantation of Nilabur which is named in honor of the then Collector of Malabar H.V. Conolly, during the British rule. He instrumented in planting teak in the entire Nilambur area with the help of a forest officer under him. The entire plot extends across 2.31 hectares beside the Chaliyar River at Aruvakode.
Kannimara is the biggest living teak tree not only in India but also in the world. It is located in Parambikulam Wild Life Sanctuary in the district of Palghat, Kerala. The tree is 47.5 m tall with a girth of 642 cm. Kannimara is situated at a distance of 80kms from Nilambur forest ranges.
Nedumkayam noted specially for its rich rain forests is situated at a distance of 18 km from Nilambur town. A magnificent wooden rest house built by the British at Nedumkayam offers a panoramic view of the elephants and deers grazing in the forest nearby. Prior permission is required from the Forest Department to enter the forest zone. There are heavy restrictions imposed as a measure to save the existing forest land. There is also an elephant taming center at Nadumkayam.
Adyanpara is famous for its waterfalls and the splendor of the wooded jungle surrounding it. This magnificent spot is located in Kurmbalangod village of Nilambur Taluk. The wild beauty of Adyanpara waterfalls cascading in a spectacle of unrivalled grandeur is a rare treat for the eyes and heart of the visitors.
PeeVeeaaR Nature Tourism Village just 3 km away from the resort. Its let your stress float away in the waters of the theme park. Well! You can enjoy the thumbnail view of the Calicut City in its entirety. More than 15 breathtaking rides and lot more adventures and dives. In the midst of all the fun and thrill, the unique experience of multifarious water rides, boating, sliding, swing ride, pendulum , pirate ship and many more thrill to your excitements making your memories last forever.