Amarambalam is a forest village near Nilambur town and conjoins Silent Valley National Park. The area is 265.72 km2. Altitude rises sharply from 40 to 2,554 m. The New Amarambalam Reserved Forest is noted for 10 species of threatened or restricted bird species including: lesser adjutant (Leptoptilos javanicus), white-rumped vulture (Gyps bengalensis), Nilgiri wood-pigeon (Columba elphinstonii) Malabar parakeet (Psittacula columboides) Malabar grey-hornbill (Ocyceros griseus), white-bellied treepie (Dendrocitta leucogastra), grey-headed bulbul (Pycnonotus priocephalus), rufous babbler (Turdoides subrufus), white-bellied blue-flycatcher (Cyornis pallipes) and crimson-backed sunbird (Nectarinia minima).
Source - Wikipedia [May 2021]
Amarambalam village connects to other parts of India through Nilambur town. State Highway No.28 starts from Nilambur and connects to Ooty, Mysore and Bangalore through Highways.12,29 and 181. National highway No.66 passes through Ramanattukara and the northern stretch connects to Goa and Mumbai. The southern stretch connects to Cochin and Trivandrum. State. The nearest airport is at Kozhikode. The nearest major railway station is at Nilambur Road railway station.