These waterfalls are situated 50 kms from Adilabad, 10 kms from Nirmal and 8 kms from Boath. The sounds of gushing water of Godavari amidst lush green forests draw the visitors to the breathtaking beauty of the Pochera waterfalls.
Small cascades flow down rocky slopes and fall down to a depth of 20 metres into a large opening in the rocks forming a pond. The river Godavari flows fast and wide here adding to the grandeur. Winter is the best season to view the spectacular beauty of Pochera waterfalls.
Kuntala Waterfalls : Adilabad
These waterfalls are located 12 Kms from Neredikonda village which is 22 Kms from Adilabad. At Kuntala, river Kadam falls freely from a height of 45 metres and rushes into deep jungles.
Kuntala, the highest waterfalls in the state, is a spectacular sight in full flow. The winter months are best to visit these falls when the river is in its full glory.
There is an idol of Lord Shiva near the waterfalls known as Someswara Swami. It can be reached through an opening in th... read more
Ramappa lake is a magnificent example of irrigation work of Kakatiya rulers constructed in 13- century A.D. during Ganapathi dava's time. its water is spread over an area of more than 82sq.kms with lush greenery all around. the lake is over looked by beautiful hill ranges in the background providing a spectacular view especially at sunset time. it is an excellent place for lovers of picnic and one can simple come here and relax under the shade of sprawling trees or walk around appreciating the beauty of nature or h... read more
Located on Musi river this museum is the third largest museum in India housing one of the biggest one-man collections of antiques in the world. Yusuf Ali Salar Jung, the prime minister of Nizam Of Hyderabad, accumulated the objects.
The museum is open every day except Friday.
This museum houses magnificent exhibits of European and Indian paintings and statuary. Of special interest is the Jade Room containing priceless objects, which belonged to ancient Indian rulers like Aurangzeb and Tipu Sultan.
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Date of establishment- 1959.
Area covered- 380acres.
Location- Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh.
About Nehru Zoological Park!
The Nehru zoological park is located in the city of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. The park covers an area of around 1.2sq.kms, which abounds in natural vegetation cover. The park was established in the year 1959 but was opened for public in the year 1963. In addition to animals, the park also has a pre-historic dinosaur park, a nocturnal park, mini train, natural history museum, anim... read more
The 16 m deep lake was created in the mid 16th century by building a bund linking Hyderabad and Secunderabad and was named to mark the gratitude of Ibrahim Quli Qutb Shah to Hussain Shah Wali who helped him recover from his illness. The bund is a favourite promenade for the city dwellers. At the far end of the lake is the Nizamia Observatory. The 17.5 m high, 350 ton granite statue of Buddha was erected in the lake after years of successive disasters and finally inaugurated by the Dalai Lama in 1993. The tank, fed ... read more
Time to visit-9a.m-5p.m, Except on Monday.
Location- The deer park is situated in Vanasthali-puram and is at a distance of 16kms from Hyderabad.
Explore the wilds of Deer Park!
The Deer Park is located at a distance of around 16kms from the city of Hyderabad in Vanasthali-puram, Andhra Pradesh. The park covers an area of around 54acres of land, which abounds in wildlife. The Deer Park is not the part of the city instead it is preserved by the Forest Department. In earlier days... read more
A few yards away from Birla Mandir are India's most modern planetarium and Science Museum paying tribute to the advancement achieved by Science and Technology.
The Planetarium offers visitors, daily sky shows, both in Telugu and English
Mahavir Harina Vanasthali National Park
The park is located at Vanasthalipuram, at a distance of 15 km from the city. Initially the area was under the Nizam and later named after the renowned Jain saint 'Lord Mahavira' was established as a national park in 1975, in commemoration of his 2500th birth anniversary.
The main species of fauna found here is the endangered Black Buck, which once inhabited the grasslands and plains throughout India. Their main predator was the now extinct cheetah. Their glossy white ... read more
Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary, located in Adilabad District is spread across an area of 893 square kilometers and was established in the year 1964. The two landmarks of Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary are the watch towers in Donga pa My and Alinagar Village. These towers offer a breathtaking view of the sunrise and the sunsets.
The Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary is abounds in teak forest, bamboo and other diverse species of flora. It was chiefly because of the bio diversity of the place that it was declared a sanctuary.
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