Not always we can enjoy the delightful sights at waterfalls. It is only in the monsoon season that it looks fuller and mesmerising. Yes, if at all if you are planning a trip during rainy months then do visit at least one such destination. Let us make a virtual tour around some famous waterfalls in Andhra Pradesh that are a bliss to explore.
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Ethipothala Waterfalls is one of the popular destinations that attracts tourists year-round in Guntur. It is formed by the three streams Chandravanka River, Nakkala Vagu and Tummala Vagu. In fact, the water released from Nagarjuna Sagar Dam creates the beautiful Ethipothala Waterfalls. The surrounding lush greenery and tier kind of structure give a fantastic look to this waterfalls.
Kaigal Falls is truly a hidden beauty! The Koudinya river rushes through the Koudinya Wildlife Sanctuary to form this waterfall. Kaigal, which gets its name from the nearby village, is also known as Dumukkurallu Waterfalls. Meaning it creates a sound like the falling of stones.
Kalyan Revu Waterfalls
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Kalyan Revu Waterfalls
Kalyan Revu Waterfalls is also one of the waterfalls in Koudinya Wildlife Sanctuary. It is located around 10km from Palamaner. Kalyan Revu Falls is also called as Kalyan Drive Falls in Chittoor.
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Penchalakona is a Hindu pilgrimage site because it is the place where Lord Narasimha is worshipped in the form of a huge rock. The place is known for Sri Penusila Narasimha Swamy temple near to the city of Nellore. Penchalakona Falls is one of the major attractions in the village. As per the legend, Sage Kanva used to live near the banks of Kandaleru Dam through which the falls is formed.
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Sri Krishnadevaraya of the erstwhile Vijayanagara Kingdom created a temple town in the name of his mother Nagala Devi. Today, this temple town is known as Nagalapuram. The place is known for the temple belonging to Vijayanagara empire and the beautiful Nagalapuram Waterfalls. The milky white water amidst greenery is a soothing sight and gives a 'wow' moment to the visitors.
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Talakona Falls is one treasured beauty cascading in Sri Ventakeshwara National Park in Chittoor. It is also the highest waterfalls in Andhra Pradesh. The water which brushes through the forest and cliffs is said to have medicinal qualities. The region of Talakona is also a favourite among trekkers and nature lovers.
Enjoy the monsoon magic at the famous waterfalls in Andhra Pradesh. Haven't you planned your trip yet?!