Nedumkayam is a bin brimming with spellbinding perspectives. The forested areas hold a provincial vibe about them with old wooden house covered up inside set up under the British run the show. The timberland zone is likewise home to the most established teak estate on the planet, going back to 1840's and spreading over a tremendous zone of 2.3 hectares. Studded with delectable thick green timberland cover, incredibly clear water streams and uncommon types of widely ied vegetation, it gives you a dreamlike ordeal. Buffalo, tigers, macaques, deer, wild felines are the noticeable creatures that dwell in these timberlands. Elephants are a noteworthy component of the wilderness territory and an elephant subduing camp is likewise arranged here. The wooden rest house worked in the backwoods premises amid the British pilgrim times is still being used, offering an awesome all encompassing perspective of touching grounds of wild elephants and deer.