When it comes to getting the best from your holidays, remember that Nileswaram is merely the tip of the iceberg; Kerala has been blessed with an abundance of fabulous things to see and do. Journey 13 miles (21 kilometers) southeast to Bekal, where you can check out the Bekal Beach and Bekal Fort.
Kerala is renowned for its old towns; these are fascinating testaments to the region's rich past. If the weather means you don't want to be outside, plan a trip to Kerala's theaters and craft workshops.
Shore fishing and picnicking are just some of the many low stress activities in the Kerala area. The area around Nileswaram has plenty of outdoor options for those who enjoy water. Fishing and canoeing are just two of the popular pastimes here.
To really get to know the customs of the area, make sure you visit the region's bars, cafés and restaurants. These are excellent places to strike up a conversation with people who live in the area and try out common dishes. Coconut and also seafood are popular here. Thalassery biryani (spicy rice dish with meat and vegetables and sambar (lentil and vegetable soup) are both much-loved choices guaranteed to delight visitors' palates with the true flavours of Kerala. Kerala dishes such as mango pudding are also great to try.
When it's finally time to bid goodbye to Nileswaram, head to the nearest major airport located in Mangalore, 50 miles (80 kilometers) away.