Why should you visit Ranganaya Sagar Reservoir – now?

Ranganayaka Sagar Reservoir
Ranganayaka Sagar Reservoir

Ranganayaka Sagar Reservoir is next on our Hyderabad Family Outing Series 2.

Introduction to Ranganayaka Sagar

Ranganayaka Sagar Reservoir is pride of the state of Telangana.

It is built to enable Godavari water to come closer to the irrigation land and to the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad.

Works were on since a few years as a part Kaleswaram project and the water was released in April 2020 into the reservoir.

The reservoir is now a major weekend destination for people from Hyderabad who would want to travel on a short drive away from the concrete jungle and also see a water body.

Enroute Ranganayaka Sagar Reservoir- Hyderabad Family Outings
Enroute Ranganayaka Sagar Reservoir

Built in 2,200 acres of land and a capacity to hold 3 tmcft water flowing in from Kaleswaram project.

Route/ How to Reach

Ranganayaka Saga can be reached easily from Hyderabad at a distance of 100 kms.

You can reach the destination through personal vehicle or public transport to Siddipet and taking a auto to the reservoir.

Please note that being the busiest state highway, you have to be careful on this route.

What to Do?

The reservoir is inaugurated in 2020 and no major attractions are available in the vicinity.

However, you have ample space and also due to the distance from Hyderabad, the place is not very popular yet for tourists from Hyderabad.

Duster and our family at the reservoir

The destination is ideal for visiting early in the morning or evenings to view wonderful sunrise and sunsets.

Sunset view from top - Ranganayaka Sagar Reservoir​, Hyderabad Family Outings
Sunset view from top – Ranganayaka Sagar Reservoir
View from the top from cottages

The irrigation department is also coming up with cottages on the island. Yet to be inaugurated for public, this is on hold due to COVID.

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By ExplorebyRoad

Thank you for visiting my Travelogue, I am Srikanth a full-time Learning professional and a Travel Blogger by passion. He started with his travel passion for Road-trips in India, followed by a extensive Switzerland Travel exploring places. Srikanth has clocked over 80,000 kilometers in India on some of the tough roads of Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh and through the entire South India in search of the best Biryani as he featured on reputed News Papers in collaboration with ScoutMyTrip on this journey.

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