All information that you need to visit Waterfalls in Telangana

Telangana Waterfalls

With the monsoons coming in, the water bodies are receiving their quota of water inflows.

As we start wondering where during this pandemic can we visit in Telangana, here are some wonderful recommendations of water bodies / waterfalls that you can head to.

Embed below is a wonderful video by Telangana Tourism:

Sourcing information from Telangana Tourism, have got it together under one roof.

I am able to identify atleast 11 waterfalls in Telangana that you can plan over a long weekend covering multiple in the same area or day trips from Hyderabad.

List of waterfalls in Telangana

  1. Bogatha Waterfalls
  2. Kongala Waterfalls
  3. Mitte Waterfalls
  4. Pittaguda Waterfalls
  5. Yellama Kunta waterfalls
  6. Kuntala Waterfalls
  7. Pochera waterfalls
  8. Savathula Gundam waterfalls
  9. Gayathri waterfalls
  10. Pedda Gundam waterfalls
  11. Sabbitham waterfalls
  12. Mallela Thirtham waterfalls

Bogatha Waterfalls

Bogatha Waterfalls is around 300 KM’s from Hyderabad on the Hyderabad – Warangal – Mulugu highway.

Roads are under construction towards Warangal and has a mix of good and decent roads until the destination.

©️ Bogatha Waterfalls (Telangana forest Department • CC BY 3.0)

Unless you start very early in the morning, one day would not be sufficient for you to cover this destination.

You can plan it over a weekend and club Laknavaram, Ramappa Temple and local attractions in Warangal for a wholesome trip.

Recommended Route: Hyderabad – Bogatha Waterfalls – Kongala Waterfalls – Tadvai Huts – Laknavaram – Ramappa Temple- Warangal (Fort, Thousand Pillars Temple etc) – Hyderabad

Google Maps : Click here

Where to stay?

You could plan your stay at Laknavaram for the overnight stay at the TSTDC property at the lake.

Pro tip: you can stay at Tadvai Huts instead of Laknavaram and head over to Laknavaram in the morning for a comfortable journey and visiting all places of attraction.

Kongala Waterfalls

Kongala Waterfalls is just a little under 15 minutes of drive from Bogatha Waterfalls.

This waterfall is famous as V waterfalls among locals and is a 45 minute trek to this hidden treasure.

Google Maps: Click here

As I have already stated, please allocate a minimum of 3-4 hours for this wonderful waterfall as you start from Bogatha and to reach Tadvai or Laknavaram by evening.

©️ Kongala Waterfalls, Google search images

Mitte Waterfalls

Mitte Waterfalls is close to Pittaguda village in Adilabad at a distance of roughly 350 KM’s from Hyderabad.

This waterfall requires a small amount (2kms) of trek to the site.

Mitte Waterfalls ©️ Deccan Chronicle

Google Maps : Click here

Where to stay?

There are no stay options there and the nearest location is Kaddam or Nizamabad.

The road is all NH till Adilabad and would be a breeze to drive there in about 6.5 hours, so do start early in order to reach one of the town’s before sunset.

Pittaguda & Yellama Kunta Waterfalls

Note: Mitte, Pittaguda and Yellama Kunta Waterfalls are in close proximity and you could plan your trip in one go to these three waterfalls.

Carry abundant food and snacks as you may not find any options until you return back to Kaddam or Nizamabad.

Pittaguda Waterfalls

Kuntala Waterfalls

Kuntala is the jewel of all waterfalls available in Telangana and is around 270 KM’s from Hyderabad.

Nizamabad is the nearest town to stay if you plan a overnight trip to these waterfalls.

The road conditions are in excellent stage as this is a part of the NH connecting Nagpur.

You would find lot of eateries on the highway near Kuntala Waterfalls.

Google Maps : Click here

Kuntala Waterfalls, ©️ Telangana Tourism

Pochera Waterfalls

Situated at a distance of 260 KM’s from Hyderabad, Pochera can be clubbed with Kuntala Waterfalls.

Please carry adequate water and snacks.

Stay again can be planned in Kaddam at TSTDC property.

Road conditions are good with four lane NH connecting Hyderabad with Nagpur.

Google Maps : Click here

©️ Telangana Tourism

Savathula Gundem Waterfalls

Savathula Gundem Waterfalls is located close to Ramagundam and is around 330 KM’s from Hyderabad.

©️ Telangana Tourism

Road is a mix of good 4 lane to decent 2-lane until the destination.

Google Maps : Click here

There are no stay options around the waterfall and you can plan your night halt at Ramagundam.

Please carry adequate water and food with you. You would have small eateries on the highway.

Pedda Gundem Waterfalls

Pedda Gundem Waterfalls is around 260 KM’s from Hyderabad and is close to Nirmal.

Google Maps : Click here

The trip to this waterfall can be clubbed with Savathula Gundem Waterfalls.

Night stay can be planned at Nirmal.

Pedda Gundem Waterfalls, ©️ Telangana Tourism

Gayathri Waterfalls

Gayathri Waterfalls, ©️ Telangana Tourism

Another waterfall that you could visit on your trip towards Nirmal is Gayatri Waterfalls.

Located at around 270 kms from Hyderabad.

Google Maps : Click here

Nirmal is the nearest town for you to plan your stay and do carry snacks and water for consumption.

You would find small eateries along the NH leading to the place.

The road conditions is a mix of good NH road and decent 2 lane towards the village.

Sabbitham Waterfalls

Sabbitham waterfalls is located in Karimnagar district in Peddapalli Mandal.

A natural beauty to visit and taste the local cuisine available.

The waterfall is located in dense forest and is a delight and is on the Peddapalli-Manthani road.

Google link: Click here

Sabitam Waterfalls ©️ Govt of Telangana

Mallela Thirtham Waterfalls

Mallela Thirtham is located at around 185 KM’s from Hyderabad.

Situated in Nallamalla Forest, famous not just for the waterfall but the temple situated here.

Krishna river flows through the forest where the waterfall is situated.

You can club this trip with a round about plan as below:

Hyderabad – Mallela Thirtham Waterfalls – Stay (at Bairluty Jungle Camps) – Srisailam (Octopus viewpoint – Amrabad viewpoint) – Hyderabad

Mallela Thirtham Waterfalls ©️ Telangana Tourism

Google link: Click here

I could capture all information I could find on the internet to facilitate easy access to all waterfalls in the state.

Please share your thoughts and suggestions.

Best time to visit

Plan your trips between the last week of July to September.

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50 Comments Add yours

  1. Atulmaharaj says:

    Wow! I had absolutely no idea that there are so many waterfalls in Telangana itself. Bookmarked this post already 🙂 Thanks so much Srikanth garu!

  2. Tina says:

    This is an amazing list. Thanks for these recommendations. #MyFriendAlexa #TinasPicks

  3. fabzindia says:

    Never knew there were so many waterfalls in Telangana!

  4. I was not aware that Telangana has so many waterfalls to visit. Lovely post with detailed information. I am going to share this with my sis who stays in Hyderabad and looks for such serene places. Beautiful pics .

  5. Kiranmayi G says:

    Wonderful post! It is so comprehensive and informative. Did not know there are so many beautiful tourist attractions in this state.

  6. Wow! keeping this bookmarked for whenever I’m able to visit Telangana

  7. I would love to visit Telengana.I had no idea it has such gorgeous waterfalls.

  8. Shalzz says:

    That’s one beautiful list! Will be bookmarking this post.

  9. smilericha says:

    Thanks for sharing such beautiful places.

  10. foodopium says:

    Since most of the places are open now after COVID, we can visit every place with out any hesitation. Nice informative post giving description of each and every water falls.

  11. Adi Sathe says:

    Pittaguda caught my eye from the whole list. I am definitely planning to visit!

  12. MeenalSonal says:

    Must say you have covered all the gems of waterfalls in the post, Pitiguda Waterfall image is breath taking and entirely different, shall suggest my friends in Hyderabad.

  13. Ginia says:

    Wow! I never knew Telengana had so many waterfalls! Loved this post. Thanks for the information.

  14. This may not be the most popular destination in India but I must say it has many hidden gems. Thnx for sharing. Waiting to explore them soon

  15. Harshita says:

    Such an exhaustive list ! and what a coincidence that I got you on the reading list on International Day Of Tourism!!
    Telangana is a state I have yet to visit ( apart from Hyderabad). will surely plan!

  16. Madhu Bindra says:

    I haven’t been to Telangana in a long time. Thank you for such a detailed post. The pics are amazing. I will save this for future reference.

  17. These are gems! I wasn’t aware of these beautiful falls. And to think I have spent half my life in Telengana. Should make a visit the next time I am home. #MyepicaReads

  18. Cindy Dsilva says:

    Amazing post. I love waterfalls. Will surely pin this for the future! Thanks.

  19. Aseem Rastogi says:

    Wow! That’s a great list. Despite having lived in Hyderabad for a couple of years, I wasn’t aware that there are so many waterfalls in Telangana.

  20. Neha Sharma says:

    Looking at all these majestic and mesmerizing waterfalls, I feel like visiting them right now. But yes that’s not possible, hence I am bookmarking this post and adding these picturesque destination in my travel bucket list. Thanks for providing all the necessary information at one place.

  21. Such amazing spots

  22. Beautiful list of waterfalls. Definitely check some out whenever I head here.

  23. The Siriusgram says:

    I’m going to travel to all these cool spots, thank you

    1. You should, fortunately the monsoons have been good this year and you should definitely plan a few over coming weeks

  24. Leha says:

    Such beautiful pictures. I’ve been to just one waterfalls in the South in Courtralam and enjoyed it.

  25. Varsh says:

    Never been to Telangana. Each one of these waterfalls deserves a visit. Too beautiful!

  26. Wonderfully detailed blog and the pictures of the waterfalls are breathtaking.

  27. jainnehas says:

    Just by looking at the picks one can be tempted to visit there. After reading your post i noted a few new places to my list.

  28. What an amazing list of must visit waterfalls. Lovely post.

  29. Wow.. Thanks for sharing it, visiting telengana was in my bucket list for too long now and now these stunning waterfalls are must see.

  30. Swati Khatri says:

    These waterfalls look mesmerizing. If I ever visit Telangana I will keep a note of all this information.

  31. Geethica says:

    So many waterfalls in Telangana, this is interesting. Your post is so helpful while planning a trip to this location.

  32. Did you take the first few pics? They are amazing.

  33. I would definately like to visit and see this someday! Its on my list now too 🙂

  34. Ritu says:

    These waterfalls look breathtaking. I have lived in Hyderabad but never had a chance to visit any of them. Bookmarking this for future reference.

  35. Love the structure of the article

  36. Suchita says:

    Wow I did not know Telangana has so many waterfalls! That beginning video was mesmerizing. I live near a hill in Bombay and when it rains hard, we can glimpse a small waterfall. It always makes my dad so happy.

  37. Harjeet Kaur says:

    What a detailed post, Srikanth. Some day I would like to see them all. Admire your love for your home area and sharing your experience.

  38. i have never seen real waterfall except in tv and images. They are so beautiful.

  39. Exhaustive information about the waterfalls of Telengana. I am sure, it will be very useful for new and old travellers alike.

  40. Aesha says:

    Will keep this list in my bucket list whenever I travel Telangana.

  41. I love waterfalls. And I have never been to Telangana. This detailed post would be very helpful to plan our future trips.

    1. There are many more places to visit as well… Do let me know when you plan… Will share more details

      1. Sure. Thanks.

  42. This is quite unique. Never have I read a post about an indian destination and waterfalls to visit. Loved it!

  43. Abha Mondal says:

    I think Monsoon is the best season to visit waterfalls. That is quite a list of beautiful waterfalls.
    I have not visited any of them. I would love to visit them someday.

  44. Deepa says:

    A very helpful article for those who are looking for travel option in Telangana. I am bookmarking this.

    1. Thanks Deepa, there are many more places… Should you visit Hyderabad do have a look at other posts too and explore the wonderful city…

  45. Archana says:

    Super helpful list of waterfalls in telangana. I am going to share this list to my sis, who always look for small trips nearby Hyderabad.

    1. Monsoons is the best time…. I am sure they would enjoy the short trips..

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