kuntala waterfalls in rainy season

Kuntala waterfalls End of Rainy season

The flow of two valleys are slowing down as the rainy season comes to end, so the flow is also becomes low.

Valleys of kuntala waterfalls

Valleys of Kuntala Waterfalls

These are the two valleys gives enormous look and feel for the kuntala waterfalls. The valley on the rightside consists a small tunnel in which we can see the idol of lord Hanuman.

streams of kuntala waterfalls

Stream Of Kuntala waterfalls

We can see the high and more streams here in the rainy seasons and also at the end of rainy season.

Bogatha waterfalls

Bogatha waterfalls

Bogatha waterfalls located in khammam District, Telangana it is 130Km from khammam District and 330km from Hyderabad.


Mallelatheertham in Mahabubnagar

Mallelatheertham waterfalls located in Nallamalla Forest in Mahaboobnagar district, Telanagana. It is located 60km from Srisailam.

Ethipothala waterfalls

Ethipothala Waterfalls

Ethipothala waterfalls located in Guntur district, Andhra Pradesh. It is situated 15km from Nagarjuna Sagar Dam.

Talakona waterfalls

Talakona Waterfalls

Talakona waterfalls located in Sri Venkateswara National Park, Chittoor district, Andhra Pradesh.

Kuntala Waterfalls

Kuntala waterfalls are with a distance of 15km from Neredikonda, about 45km from Nirmal, Nearly 60km from Adilabad and about 260km from Hyderabad, It is located on kadam river in middle of dense forest of the Sahyadri mountain range near Neredikonda village in Adilabad District of Telangana. This waterfall is the highest waterfall in the state of Telangana with almost 200feet height.

Kuntala waterfalls
Kuntala waterfalls
Kuntala waterfall also known as shakuntala, it is the old name for this waterfall and it is the name of the beloved wife of king Dushyanth. The villagers believe that shakuntala used to bath by the waterfall.

This is the best place to visit in one day for the travelers and visitors interested in trekking also enjoys the trip to this place, there are lot more waterfalls for trekking around this kuntala waterfall. The place is more attractive in monsoon and post monsoon seasons, while traveling from Nirmal to Kuntala waterfall we have to pass through a 10 kms of road from dense green forest it will be an awesome experience.
The waterfall is now becoming popular by the shooting of the work of art Rudrama Devi movie iconic Kuntala waterfalls.

Kuntala waterfalls in Monsoon season
Kuntala waterfalls in Monsoon season

It is called as dangerous waterfall due to the sharp rocks and twists from which the water flows heavily when the kadam reservoir releases water.

The waterfalls in Adilabad district are getting huge popularity as the district having good forest cover, with the areas Jodeghat, Ragapur ghats in Tiryani mandal, the Gandhari fort in Mancherial and kosai in the Talamadugu mandal these are the eco-tourism spots and some of the association president’s opinions and suggestions are government should plan for the development of the eco-based adventure tourism spots so that the Tribal people living close to these tourism spots get benefited by giving accommodation to the tourists which will raise income for them.

                                Have a GoOd ExPeRiEnCe!☻

Pochera Waterfalls

Pochera waterfalls are present in Adilabad district Of Telangana, The waterfalls are about 38km from Nirmal, almost 48km from Adilabad, Nearly 24km from kuntala waterfalls and 260km from Capital of Telangana (Hyderabad). 

Pochera waterfalls are most attractive waterfalls of kadam river. These waterfalls are located at a distance of 12km from the village Neredikonda it is the village between Nirmal And Adilabad, and there is a diversion to take at Boath Cross roads. It is a wide, deep with height of 40-42mts and having 2steps. It is a unique waterfall and was discovered lately.

Pochera Waterfalls
Pochera Waterfalls

There is a way in which 2wheelers can go till the waterfalls, the best time to visit these waterfalls and also nearby waterfalls are monsoon and post monsoon seasons. Be cautious while getting into the bottom of falls in monsoon seasons because the flow of water from upside will be heavy in monsoons. Odd time to visit these waterfalls is January to July, because you won’t find much water to enjoy the place.

You won’t find food and water near waterfalls, it is advisable to carry food and sufficient water from nearby shops, you can find shops near Boath cross roads or you can carry from Nirmal city.

Visit the place and have a GoOd ExPeRiEnCe!☻

Basara Temple

Basara is a temple of Goddess Saraswati, the Hindu Goddess of Learning and of Knowledge. This place is also called as Gnana Saraswati temple, the temple is famous for Akshara Abyasam (English: Learning Ceremony) for children.

Basara is situated on the banks of Godavari river. This place is at a distance of 30km from Bhainsa, about 16km distance from Dharmabad, Nearly 35km of distance from Nizambad, 70km distance from Nirmal, Nearly 158km disatance from Adilabad and around 205km distance from Hyderabad.
Basara Temple
Basara Temple
Bijialudu a Karnataka King who ruled Nandagiri with Nanded as the capital in sixth century constructed the temple at Basara.

To reach this temple transportation can be own vehicle, TSRTC and Railways. One can travel through the own vehicle by the road the distance from Hyderabad will be between 205km to 210km, TSRTC providing number of buses upto Nizambad from there district buses will also available up to temple or else share autos will also be available to travel. The easy way to reach Basara temple is by train, there are trains available to reach Basara from Hyderabad, after reaching Basara railway station you can find share autos outside the station to go saraswati temple.

The tourists who visit this palce can also have good time by visiting ALISAGAR lake near by this temple which is about 10km from Nizambad to Basara road, you can also have fun in the alisagar lake while doing boating in that.
Alisagar Lake
Alisagar Lake
Have Good Experience!..☻

Sahastrakund Waterfalls

Sahastrakund waterfalls are at Umarkhed boundry of Nanded, yavatmai district on penganga river. This waterfall is at a distance of 5km from Islahpur village, about 60km distance from Nimal, nearly 100km distance from Nanded, about 117km distance from Adilabad and 280km distance from the capital of Telangana i.e Hyderabad.

Sahastrkund Waterfalls
Sahastrkund Waterfalls

Sahastrakund waterfall is a tributary of Godavari river. There is a tower neary to watch the waterfalls and sourrounding nature at the place.

The tourists should be very careful while getting into the water as the rocks are very slippery and the it is adviseable not to get into water in peak monsoons as the flow of water will be high in the season.

The tourist can visit any time in the year but Best time to visit is in the months of August – september means in peak monsoons.

Have a Great Experience!..☻

Kadam Dam

Kadam Dam is also called as Kaddam Narayan Reddy Project it is about a distance of 3km from Peddur Bus Stand, about 50km of distance from Nirmal, nearly 108km from Adilabad and 260km from Hyderabad, the dam is located at kaddam peddut in adilabad district. It is a major reservoir constructed over kadam river a tributary river of Godavari. It took 15years to complete the construction of this project started and completed between 1949 – 1964.

The purpose of this Project is to irrigate 68000 hectares of agricultural land present, prior to this it was 25000 hectares.
Kadam Dam
Kadam Dam
This dam intigrated with sriram sagar project. It has two major canals for water distribution, left canal length is at an average of 76.8km and right canal length is about 8km.

The reservoir having boating facility, visitors enjoys the boating and the reservoir has beautiful surroundings. There is a park adjacent to the dam tourists can have good experience there. Tourists can have awesome experience in peak monsoons as the gates of the project opens and the gushing of water from the gates flows down to the bottom with sounds and also as the droplets of water falls on the visitors makes them feel as if it is drizzling.

Best time to visit in Peak Monsoons and Post monsoons!☻

Kortikal Waterfalls

Kortikal waterfalls are located in kortikal and Bandam Ragadi villages. This waterfall is about 15kms from Kuntala waterfalls, nearly 15kms distance from nirmal and about 230kms distance from Hyderabad. The height of the waterfall is low (5mtrs) when compare with other waterfalls near by the place but the flow of the water will be high in peak monsoons. 

There will be a pool at the bottom in which tourists play and also swim but one should be careful while swimming because in the bottom of the pool there will be rocks, while swimming they may hit. It is cautious to be careful while playing in the pool.

Kortikal Waterfalls
Kortikal Waterfalls
You can visit this waterfall is (August - October). That means after monsoon it is the best time!☻

Kanakai Waterfalls

Kanakai waterfalls are situated in adilabad district of Telangana, these falls are about 2km from Girnur Village in Bazarhatnoor Mandal, almost 35km from kuntala waterfalls, about 55km from Nirmal city, 52km from adilabad and about 283km from Hyderabad Capital of Telangana. Kanakai Waterfalls is one of the beautiful waterfalls among the waterfalls located in adilabad district and nearby waterfalls around adilabad. It is also a trekking place for the trekkers who are interested in trekking. Visitors who are interested in visiting kanakai waterfalls can also visit Bandrev Waterfalls and Cheekati Gundam which are adjacent to kanakai falls.

The other name for these kanakai waterfalls is Kankadurga Waterfalls it is because the Goddess Durga’s temple is located near these waterfalls, devotees of Goddess Durga, celebrates all festivals near the temple. The waterfalls flow from the height of 30feet. You can find the pool at the bottom of the falls visitors can have a great experience by swimming in the pool. The view from the top of these waterfalls is like panoramic view of the extended kanakai waterfalls.

Kanakai Waterfalls
Kanakai Waterfalls
The Kanakai waterfalls mainly formed by three waterfalls, one is the flow of water through the rocks and forms wide with the height of almost 10feet, next is the main waterfalls that is kanakai falls known as Bandrev Waterfalls it is a big pool as we said bottom of the waterfall you can find a pool in which visitors can have a great swimming experience. And the last one is Cheekati Gudem which is almost 200 to 300mts far from the Bandrev waterfalls. The first waterfall and the cheekati Gudem are surrounded by dark and dense forest around them.

Ichoda mandal is around 274 Km from Hyderabad on the way to Nirmal Adilabad district on NH 7.

From Ichoda, take left and drive towards Bazarhatnoor you have to cross Adegaon Khurd, Pipri to reach Girnur. After driving a distance of 1 km from Girnur village, you can see a sign board showing towards a mud road on the left side it leads to the kankadurga temple and Kanakai waterfalls. It is better to hire a villager as guide who knows competely about Girnur village and about the waterfalls.

we may not see much water in other seasons than monsoon. It is advisable to carry enough water from shops of the village. You have to be careful while climbing the rocks near the waterfalls because they are very slippery.

We can enjoy the place and it take 2hrs are more than that to visit all the three waterfalls.

You can visit this waterfall in (August - October).
 Monsoon and Post Monsoons are the best time!

Gayatri Waterfalls

Gayatri Waterfalls is one in all the various waterfalls in and around Nirmal city. This waterfall is with a distance of 5km from Tarnam Khurd Village, about 19km distance from kuntala waterfalls, nearly 40km from Nirmal, about 60km distance from Adilabad and 270km from Capital of Telangana (Hyderabad). It is also one of the beautiful waterfalls among the other waterfalls, the waterfall is located on the kadam river besides kuntala and pochera waterfalls.

This waterfall is also called as Mukti Gudam by the villagers, it is situated in deep forest of Tarnam Khurd village. Gayatri waterfall flows down form a height of 100feet into the valley to create magnificent view and it mesmerizes the tourists and visitors. 
Gayatri waterfalls
Gayatri waterfalls

You can find a pool bottom of the waterfall in which we can swim but it is cautious to be careful while swimming in the pool as the rocks are sharp and slippery.

From Hyderabad to Adilabad on NH7 you will reach Neredigonda after travelling 260km from Hyderabad, on the same highway if you go for more 6km you will find kupti Village there you will find a sign board for Tarnam Khurd village on the right side. After driving 2 to 3km from there you will reach Tarnam Khurd village vehicles go till this village, from there we have to go by walk for 5km to reach this waterfall, better to hire local villager as a guide to this place.

The 5km is a trek so it won’t suitable for kids and it is better to carry food and water while trekking, it takes 2 to 3hrs to reach the waterfall there will be no shops or hotels around.

Best time to visit this waterfall is in heavy Monsoons!

Have a GrEaT TrIp☻

Bogatha Waterfalls

Bogatha waterfall  is located in Koyaveerapuram, Wazedu mandal, Khammam district, Telangana. This waterfall is situated about 120km distance from Bhadrachalam, nearly 140km away from warangal and 329km distnace from Hyderabad. The Newly constructed EYTURNAGARAM bridge on NH 202 reduces the distance to 329km from 440km. This attractive water fall is situated in amidst forest ♣♣. 
Bogatha Waterfalls
Bogatha Waterfalls
The central government included this Bogatha waterfall in Swadesh Darshan Scheme and it is going to develop this place with a budget of around 68 to 70 crore. By developing this place tribal people will be greatly benefited as they provide accommodation to the tourists and also provides food to the visitors.

It is the 2nd largest waterfall in Telangana region. The tourists who are planning to visit this waterfall must carry water and sufficient food, as there are no restaurants and shops to provide food and water.

The flow of the water will be throughout the year, best time to visit this waterfall is peak monsoons and post monsoons. People have to trek for some distance to reach waterfall as there is no proper road facility to reach waterfall by vehicles.

There is a temple dedicated to Bogatheswara Swamy near waterfalls. Bogatha waterfalls also known as
                   Telangana Nayagara Jalapatham..

Mallelatheertham Waterfalls

Mallelatheertham waterfalls situated in the Nallamala Forest, Mahbubnagar District, Telangana, India. It is in dense forest to reach near the waterfalls one has to walk down 350 steps. The best time to visit  Mallelatheertham waterfall is in winter that means after post monsoons, the flow of the water will be high in the months of October and November.
Mallelatheertham waterfall
Mallelatheertham waterfalls
The Krishna river flows from the forest. This waterfall is 60km distance from Srisailam and about 185km distance from Hyderabad. It is one of the best places to visit in the weekends for the employees working in Hyderabad MNC’s because the distance is less and it takes hardly 3 hours to 4hrs to reach the place from Hyderabad. It is advisable to the tourist to carry adequate food and water, if not you can also find small shop for snacks and water.

If you are planning from Hyderabad to Mallelatheertham waterfalls then the route is, We have to move on the Srisailam highway road travel till you find Vatwarlapally village sign board, then from the sign board take left turn and travel for 8km from Srisailam highway, you will find different species of birds while travelling to this waterfalls. There will be sufficient space for vehicle parking.

Have a Great Experience..