Adyanpara waterfall is located in Kurumbalangode village, Nilambur taluk, Malappuram district, Kerala. Adyanpara is natural waterfall originated from surrounding jungles and the splendour of its lush surrounding jungles.Having its origin from the ever flowing streams of the evergreen forests, this waterfall is live even when the climate is dry. This is a cascading type of waterfall and attracts tourists from the surrounding places.The nearby forests are rich in vegetation and wild animals.This waterfall is a spectacle of unrivalled grandeur. Nestled in the land of perennial springs and lush green mountains This region attracts a wide variety of exotic as well as migratory birds and is rich in wildlife. It is a charming and picteresque picnic spot.

Location info:

Address: Kurumbalangode village, Nilambur taluk, Malappuram district, Keral, India
District: Malappuram district
Nearest City: Kadayanallur, Khozikode, Nilambur, Manjeri and Malappurram.
Best time to visit:Septeber to December.


Climate is Humaid and Tropical. And the Temperature Max, 32 to 37 deg C. Min, 22 deg C.



Interesting things to do:

Adyanpara waterfall resides in Dense forests, You can see some birds and animals and also best place for Picnic.

Interesting things to Visit:

Conolly Plot:

This is just 2 km from Nilambur Town. The plot was named in memory of H.V. Conolly,the then Malabar District Collector.

Teak Museum:

The well-known Teak Museum is located at Nilambur in the Malappuram district of Kerala. Regarded as the first of its kind in the world and the only one in India; it is a house to the treasures of historical, aesthetic and scientific aspects of Teak. The museum was established on the campus of the sub centre of Kerala Forest Research Institute (KFRI) in 1995.


Nedumkayam, one of the main tourist attractions is a place with its dense forests inhabited by wild elephants and other fauna. There is an elephant taming center and an old bridge. People from nearby towns flock to this reserve forest usually in jeeps with the high anticipation of sighting a wild elephant and imbibe the beauty.

The Elembalai hill:

This hill is situated on the border of Kerala and Tamilnadu from where the river Chaliyar originates and is clothed in dense forests and bamboo woods that add beauty to the place. The region is a beloved homestead of innumerable birds and animals.

The Kavanakallu Regulator cum bridge:

This bridge was constructed over the Chaliyar river, 13 Kms away from Kondotty hill, the regulator cum bridge has 95 percentage of its construction completed.

Banglavu Kunnu (Bungalow Hill):

Banglavu Kunnu is famous for its winding road where ayurvedic herbs are planted on both the sides of the officers' cottages(which are now used as forest range offices).

Thirumandhamkunnu Temple :

Thirumandhamkunnu Temple is an important pilgrim centre in Mallapuram dedicated to goddess Durga

Mobile range info:

How to reach?

Nearest Railway Station:

Nilambur Railway Station

Nearest Airport:

Karipur Intrenational Airport

Road Transport:

The place is well connected with road as it is near to the Kozhikode Ooty road.

Nearest Visiting places:


This Padinharekara, the lovely beach is close to Ponnani and at the end point of the Tippu Sultan road. It offers a breath taking view of the confluence of the river Bharathapuzha and Tirurpuzha with the Arabian sea.


20 Kms from Malappuram is another cultural center in the district. The Thali temple is located about 3 Kms west of Agadipuram as the way to Malappuram from Perinthalmanna. The Thirumandhamkunnu temple is dedicated to goddess Durga.


The small coastal fishing town of Tanur has one of the earliest Portuguese settlements, situated 8 Kms from Tirur. It is believed that St. Francis Xavier visited the place in 1546.


Ponnani, the coastal town is famous for trade from ancient times. Now it gains importance as a prominent fishing centre Ponnani is also famous for the ancient Muslim mosque.


This Thirunavaya is just 8 km from the city, This one of those places that has gone down the history of Kerala. This has remained the venue for the ancient but popular traditional event called Mamankam. This unique performance that ultimately led to the choosing of a suitable ruler for Kerala.


Tirurangadi was an important center of the Khilaphath movement, the national movement and the Malabar Rebellion. It was the Tirurangadi incident on 20th August 1921, that ignited the out-break of Malabar Rebellion.

Kadalundi bird sanctuary:

Kadalundi bird sanctuary is the haven giving shelter to more than a hundred varieties of native birds. Every year, over 60 species of migratory birds congregate here in large numbers. Blessed with dense leafy vegetation, silver streams and landscaped surroundings, a tour to Kadalundi Bird Sanctuary is a treat to all bird lovers.

Kadalundi River:

Kadalundi River is situated 20km, away from city, Malappuram district. It originates from the Western Ghats at the western border of the Silent Valley and flows through the district of Malappuram. It has two main tributaries namely Olipuzha and Veliyar.

Nearest Petrol Pump:

Petrol Pump
Malappuram, Kerala.

Petrol pump Changuvetty
Changuvetti, Kerala State.

Reliance Petrol Pump
NH 17, Kottakkal
Kerala State.

BPC Petrol Pump
Malappuram, Kerala.

Petrol Pump
NH212, Kunnamangalam
Kozhikode, Kerala.


Hotel Lakeview
West Lake Road, Ooty
Tamil Nadu 643004
022 66181940.

KTDC Tamarind Hotel
SH 28, Malappuram

Hotel Asma Tower
NH 17, Kozhikode, Kerala 673004

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Tips & Suggestions:

Help Line/Phone Number:

Police Station:

Police Station
Malappuram, Kerala
Tel: 0483 2767496.

Pothuckal police station
Pothuckal, Chungathara
Malapuram, Kerala.

Police Station
Kozhikode, Kerala.

Police Station
Perintalmanna, Malappuram

Nearest Hospital:

Government Taluk Hospital
Nilambur, Kozhikode, Kerala
Tel: 04931 220351.

Devi Nursing Home
Kalathinkadavu Road
Nilambur, Malapuram

Daya hospital
Malappuram, Kerala
Tel:0483 2700258.

Mar Thoma Hospital
Malappuram, Kerala.

District Hospital
Malappuram, Kerala
Tel: 0483 2766880.

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