Places To Visit
The 270 feet tall, Talakona Waterfalls is the highest waterfalls in the whole of Andhra Pradesh. The waterfall is situated in Sri Venkateswara National Park in Chittoor. Nature lovers will be fascinated by the stunning landscape. Dense forests with a wide range of plants and animals make the place irresistible. Some of the wild species that are found in the forest area include panther, sambar, Indian giant squirrel and porcupine. Some of the rarest kinds of medicinal plants are found here while sandalwood trees are found in great numbers in the dense forest. You are not short of adventure here with canopy ropewalk at a height of about 40 feet stretching for 240-meter length. Boat rides are available as well.
Veyilingala Kona Waterfalls
The name of the waterfalls is acquired from Telugu and its meaning is ‘The Valley of Thousand Lingas’. Linga forms of rocks are abundant around the waterfalls. Located 8 km from Srikalahasti, the waterfalls are said to have medicinal properties to address various skin diseases. Along with the legends associated with the waterfalls, the spectacular landscape of the place attracts visitors from various parts of the world
Ubbalamadugu Falls is famously called "Tada Falls" and "Kambakam" Falls. Located 35 kms away from Srikalahasti, the waterfalls are a beauty that cannot be missed. It is located amidst the dense Kambakam forest and you are sure to find your adventurous spirits soar high when you are here. The trek to the top to reach the waterfalls is challenging, which makes it more attractive. The lush greenery and the marvelous landscape are not only visual delights but they elevate your spirits and make you feel one with nature.
Gudimallam is a village near Renigunta railway station. The village gains significance on the pilgrim's map as the famous Parasurameshwara Temple is situated here. The temple is considered the most ancient Indian temple as available evidences point out to the fact that it is over 2300 years of age. The construction of the temple was during the reign of Pallavas and Bana. The granite temple was reconstructed with stones during the period of Vikrama Chola around 1127 AD. The brilliant architecture reflects the artisanship of the past.
Situated on the banks of River Kusasthali and its 63km away from Sri Kalahasthi Temple, Nagari is a favorite tourist spot. Nagari Hills has an elevation of about 855 meters. Its highest cliff strikes resemblance with human nose and hence it is famously called the ‘Nagari Nose’. Mountaineers love the place as it offers wide scope for challenging expeditions. Nagari has many famous temples and hence it is frequently visited by pilgrims.