Valamthode water falls (1Km)
Beyond Chaliyar river, 27 Km from Nilambur, is Valamthode, a hill top where a perennial waterfall attracts people. This too is a tribal settlement. Road accessibility is through Kozhikode district by Areekode-Mukkam Road. Road accessibility from Kozhikode is via Mukkam and from Trissur is via Nilambur.
Meda Para Hill Trekking (2Km)
It is widely tabletop in Kakkodanpoyil and will be able to peep into vast Arabian ocean.
Situated at a distance of 18 km from Nilambur town,Nedumkayam is noted specially for its rich rain forests. The wooden rest house built here by the British offers a panoramic view of the elephants and deers grazing in the forest near by .
Arripara Cascades (25Km)
Snanghat in the Eravanjipuzha and a dangerous spot is overlooked safety.
Pookode Lake –Wayanad (50Km)
Pookode Lake is a scenic freshwater lake in the Wayanad district in Kerala, South India. Pookode is a natural fresh water lake nestling amid evergreen forests and mountain slopes at an altitude of 770 meters above sea level.
Nilambur Teak Museum
Four kilometres away from the town, on the Nilambur - Gudallur roadside stands the world's first Teak Museum. In the Teak Museum, a visitor can have a first hand information on all aspects of teak.
Pazhasiraja’s Cave (2Km)
Here Pazhassiraja, the legend warrior of Wayanad took shelter in the conflict with the British. Many of the remains of here are kept at the museum in Calicut. The cave now is a place of workship of local tribal.
Adyan Para Water Falls (15Km)
Adyan Para Water Falls located in the village of Kurmbalangod in the Nilambur Taluk, is the Adyanpara Waterfalls that is surrounded by dense forest cover. People here, believe that the water from this waterfall is naturally purified and has medicinal properties.
Kodanadu Elephant Training Center (30Km)
Elephants are an integral part of Indian mythology and culture. In God's Own Country, elephants are often referred to as the sons of the 'Sahya' (the Western Ghats). Once a part of every day life in Kerala, elephants are the most ornamental and auspicious animals here. No festival or celebration is complete without an elephant procession.
Thusharigiri Falls is a waterfall located in Kozhikode district in the Indian state of Kerala. Two streams originating from the Western Ghats meet here to form the Chalippuzha River.
Kappad Beach – Vasco Da Gama (60Km)
Kappad, or Kappakadavu locally, is a famous beach near Kozhikode (Calicut), India, where the Portuguese explorer Vasco Da Gama landed on 20 May 1498. His voyage established the sea route from the Europe to India. This heralded the arrival and permanent route from Europe to India.