At a distance of 12 km from Neredikonda, 43 km from Nirmal, 58 km from Adilabad & 260 km from Hyderabad, Kuntala Waterfalls is situated in the middle of the Sahyadri mountain range near Neredikonda village in Adilabad District. Kuntala Falls is the highest waterfall in the state of Telangana with a height of 200 feet and also one of the popular weekend getaways from Hyderabad.
Formed by Kadam River, Kuntala falls cascades down through two steps from a rocky platform. It is one of the famous one day outings and a good weekend getaway from Hyderabad city. There is a motorable road till the entry point of waterfalls from where about 400 steps have to be trekked down to reach the bottom of the falls. The falls is about 10-15 minutes walk (one way) from the entry point. This is another popular attraction to visit as part of Hyderabad tour packages.
According to the popular and prevalent local belief Kuntala Waterfall got its name after Shakuntala, the beloved wife of King Dushyanth; the pair fell in love with each other and were mesmerized by the scenic beauty of the surroundings. The locals also believe that Shakuntala used to take bath in the waterfall.
Monsoons and post-monsoons are the best seasons to visit Kuntala Falls. It is dangerous to get into water at the bottom when the water flow is high due to sharp rocks and ...
At a distance of 40 Kms from Nirmal, 50 Kms from Adilabad, 257 Kms from Hyderabad and 22 Kms from Kuntala Falls, Pochera Falls is a pretty waterfall on Kadam River. The falls are located at a distance of 10 Kms from Neredikonda village between Nirmal & Adilabad (a diversion is required at Boath cross roads). Pochera Falls is one of the popular Tourist places in Telangana and also one of the best places to visit near Hyderabad.
The water flows through rocky bed over several steps to finally descend into a big pool from a height of about 40 feet in 2 steps. The surroundings of the falls are maintained well along with a park by Tourism department. Motorable road is available till the falls. Monsoons and post-monsoons are the best seasons to visit Kuntala falls. It is not recommended to get into bottom of the falls during peak monsoons. However, there is a small stream at left cornor of the main falls where visitors can play safe in the waters.
The waterfall is situated in a beautiful location with breathtaking nature. The surrounding are well maintained and it can be a good picnic spot along with Kuntala Falls. You don't find much water after January, so avoid visiting between Jan & July.
There are no shops available near the waterfall. It is advisable to carry water and food from Boath cross roads or Nirmal. Public transport ...
Adventure / Trekking | Waterfall
At a distance of 5 km from Tarnam Khurd Village, 19 km from Kuntala Waterfalls, 38 km from Nirmal, 59 km Adilabad and 270 km from Hyderabad, Gayathri Waterfalls is a beautiful place located in Adilabad district of Telangana.
Gayatri waterfalls is a very less known place situated on Kadem River, a tributary of Godavari River. Along with Kuntala and Pochera Falls, Gayatri falls is another fascinating waterfalls in Adilabad district. This is a a magnificent waterfall and attracts large number of tourists in monsoon season.
Gayatri waterfall is also called as Gadidha Gundam or Mukti Gundam by the villagers. It is located at a very secluded place inside deep forest near Tarnam Khurd Village. This stunning waterfall is cascading down from a height of 100 ft into the valley to create a magnificent sight. There is a pool at the bottom of the falls and visitors can reach pool and swim. The rocks are very slippery should be careful while swimming in the pool.
Neredigonda is 253 Km from Hyderabad on the way to Adilabad on NH 7. Kupti village comes after 6 km (on the same highway) where you will find sign board for Tarnam village on the right side. Turn right from here and drive for 2 Km on mud road to reach Tarnam Khurd village. One can go by vehicle only till Tarnam. From here 5 km trek is required to reach the falls. It is advisable to take a local from Tarnam Khurd village as a guide to reach this place.
There is an alternate road from Ichoda (between Neredigonda ...
Adventure / Trekking | Waterfall
At a distance of 2 km from Girnur Village, 35 km from Kuntala waterfalls, 54 km from Nirmal, 51 km Adilabad and 282 km from Hyderabad, Kanakai waterfalls is a nice waterfall on Kadem river located in Adilabad District of Telangana. This is also a good trekking destination. Bandrev waterfall and Cheekati Gundam are located in a single stretch along with Kanakai waterfalls and all three can be visited together.
The Kanakai waterfall, also called as Kanakadurga waterfalls is located near a small village called Girnur of Bazarhatnoor Mandal. There is also a Kanaka Durga temple located near the waterfall. Large number of devotees from nearby villages visit the temple during festivals. The waterfall is cascading down from a height of 30 ft. There is a big pool at the bottom of the fall. Swimming at the falls is a great experience for the visitors. When you climb up to the top of the falls, you can get the panoramic view of the falls and the surrounding area.
There are actually three falls at Kanakai. First is a small one where water flows through rocky formations forming small but wide waterfall with an average height of 10 feet, second one is the main falls (Bandrev waterfall) about 1 km from the first one where water cascades down into a big pool from a height of about 30 feet with a width of about 100 feet.. This is the place where a stream is merged into the Kadem river. Third one is called Cheekati Gundam which is few hundred meters away from the second one. It is ...
At a distance of 4.5 km from Islahpur village, 60 km from Nirmal, 100 km from Nanded, 116 km from Adilabad and 282 km from Hyderabad, Sahastrakund Waterfalls is a nice waterfall located in Nanded district of Maharashtra.
Sahastrakund Waterfall is an amazing waterfall on the Penganga River, a tributary to Godavari River at Murli village. The water falls can be visited throughout the year, though monsoon is the best season. The water drops from a height of 50 feet to form the breathtaking waterfalls. The rock pattern in surroundings of the falls is also interesting, as the black rock appears like a metal. The water force is quite high during monsoons and not advised to get into the water.
There are two temples near the falls on both sides of the river. A long ramp was constructed to have good views of the waterfalls. There is a watch tower nearby that gives breathtaking views of the waterfall.
The ideal time to visit the waterfall is during monsoon (August to October). The breathtaking views of the waterfall attract many visitors during peak rains. The rocks are sharp and slippery and tourists have to be very careful while getting into the water. The view of the waterfall is wonderful from the other side of the river. There is a bridge across the river little further away from the falls (one km). Sometimes the road to the bridge becomes inaccessible for four wheelers, but it can be walked down (20 mins one way). It ...
At a distance of 10 km from Gudur Bus Stand, 51 km from Warangal, 88 km from Khammam Bus Station and 200 km from Hyderabad, Bheemuni Paadam Waterfalls is a picturesque waterfall located at Gudur in Warangal District of Telangana.
Bheemuni Paadam Waterfalls is the one of the best tourist places to visit in Warangal district. There is a rock in the form of Bheema's foot print, through which the water flows thus it is named as Bheemuni Paadam (Bheema's foot print). When sun rises and sets the water shines in rainbow colors which is an amazing sight. The water drops down from a height of about 70 ft to form a fool at the bottom. The flow of water is heavy in monsoon season. A cave beside the falls which is believed to be 10 km long is the other attraction here.
The approach road to the falls runs through thick forest and water streams. The waterfall is about 3 kms from Bhupathipet between Manoharabad and Narsmapet. While coming from Warangal, take left turn at Bhupathipet and reach the falls via Chinnayellapur.
Apart from the waterfall, there are several lakes nearby which can be visited as well. There are idols of Lord Shiva and Nagadevatha in a small enclosure near the falls where visitor perform poojas.
Best time to visit the waterfalls is during monsoons. Large number of tourists visit this place during weekends and on holidays.
At a distance of 30 km from Eturnagaram, 120 km from Bhadrachalam, 140 km from Warangal and 200 km from Khammam, Bogatha waterfalls is a nice waterfall situated near Chikupally village in Wajedu mandal in Khammam district of Telangana. It is also known as Chikupally Falls. This is one of the popular tourist places to visit near Hyderabad.
Situated in forest region between Kaleswaram and Bhadrachalam, Bogatha falls is formed on Chikupally Vagu that merges with River Godavari. Situated amidst thick vegetation, Bogatha Falls is a favorite picnic spot for the residents of nearby villages. Dropping from a height of over 30 feet in several parallel streams, the water is collected into a large pool at the bottom of the falls. Swimming in the pool is a favorite activity here and swimming here is considered safe.
In order to reach the falls from Eturnagaram, drive past Godavari Bridge and reach Chikupally village which is 11 km from New Godavari River bridge past Jagannathapuram village. From Chikupally, take right turn and drive for less than 500 meters and take a right turn again towards Bogatha Falls. The road from here runs through rocky terrain for about 1 km from where visitors need to walk for a distance of 500 meters to reach the falls. Two wheelers can reach pretty close to the falls.
There is a temple dedicated to Bogateswara Swamy near the temple. The upper ...
Pilgrimage | Waterfall
At a distance of 58 km from Srisailam & 173 km from Hyderabad, Mallela Theertham is a charming waterfall located in the dense Nallamala forest. This is one of the popular tourist places to visit near Hyderabad and among ideal weekend getaways from Hyderabad for a day trip. It is situated close to Hyderabad to Srisailam highway and is a popular place to visit while travelling to Srisailam.
With a height of about 150 feet, water directly falls from a high cliff on a Shiv Lingas kind of rock formations. Bordered by thick forest, the surroundings of the falls offer unique experience. The water comes from a small stream which flows through the dense jungle and meets the Krishna River. About 380 well laid steps need to be walked down to reach the falls from the road point. The pool below the falls is closed with fencing on all sides. However, there is a path to reach the bottom of the falls and play in the water, if the flow of the stream is not heavy. The water from main falls flow into another pool in the vicinity forming another small but cute waterfall, though reaching bottom of this fall is little difficult.
It is said that many sages have performed penances here for Shiva. It is believed that many tigers visit this place to drink water during summer. Mallela Theertham is a good place to hangout for a weekend to enjoy with ...