Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh 517581, India
About Kailasakona Waterfalls
Kailasakona Waterfalls are a natural perennial waterfall in the valley of Nagari hills in Chittoor District. The water originates from the split in a mass rock. The water here is crystal clear having considerable mineral values & medicinal powers and can heal ailments. The tourists are not allowed to go uphill to the top of the falls.
Attractions near Kailasakona Waterfalls
Nagalapuram Falls is a short trekking destination. It is located in Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh. Its trail stretches through the Eastern Ghats and its thick forest covers. The trekking route is 4 km in length and can be completed within a day. The trekking route of Nagalapuram Waterfalls is adorned with picturesque views of lush green hills. There are three waterfalls present along the trekking route, and each one offers a unique and pristine view to travellers.
A Hindu temple located in the hill of Thiruthani, Tamilnadu, India dedicated to Lord Muruga. The temple has 365 steps depicting a year.
A much attracting weekend hangout for Local Youngsters and Families. The place is well renowned for its lush greenery, hillocks etc. Adventure Seekers can visit this place which is apt for trekking, hiking and picnicking.
This is a national park and Biosphere reserve in Andhra pradesh, India. the park is known for its many waterfalls. The vegetation in the national park consists of dry deciduous mixed forest with patches of moist deciduous forests in the valleys.
Tirumala Venkateswara temple is one of the richest temples in the world which is dedicated to Lord Shri Venkateshwara. It is also one of the most visited temples by the Hindus. The architecture of the temple is its star attraction which leaves one spellbound. The temple features Dravidian style of architecture all around, right from the intricately carved doorways to Mandap.
The contribution of the Pallava to cultural development. The cave temple in this village is an important one as it is the only cave temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu which was constructed by Mahendravarman I (600-630 CE). This cave is excavated on a free-standing boulder.
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