10 Must-Visit Monsoon Getaways From Hyderabad

28/MAY / 2024


Telangana's capital lies on the Musi river within the Deccan Plateau. As the monsoon is expected to begin in early June, here are some fantastic escapes from Hyderabad that are most enjoyable during the rainy season.

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Adilabad truly shines during the rainy season, especially with its three magnificent waterfalls - Kuntala Falls, Pochera Waterfall, and Gayathri Waterfall - all coming to life. Don't miss exploring Kala Ashram and the Shivaram Wildlife Sanctuary while you're here.

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Pocharam Dam  And Sanctuary

Located 110 kilometers away from Hyderabad, the Pocharam Wildlife Sanctuary spans across 130 square kilometers, nestled amidst verdant forests. This ecotourism hub offers opportunities to observe various wildlife species such as bar-headed geese, openbill storks, leopards, sloth bears, Nilgai, chinkara, and many others.

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Ananthagiri Hills 

For those who adore nature and crave adventure, a visit to Ananthagiri Hills is a must. Explore its dense forests on treks, admire the detailed architecture of the Anantha Padmanabha Swamy Temple, wander through vast coffee estates, and keep an eye out for birds such as peacocks, parakeets, and bulbuls.

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Nagarjuna Sagar Dam 

This large masonry dam featuring 26 gates draws numerous tourists due to its immense scale and the lush greenery that envelops it. Enjoy a tranquil boating excursion on the reservoir's turquoise blue waters, immersing yourself in the serene and peaceful atmosphere of the surroundings.

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Warangal offers a diverse array of attractions, including forts, lakes, a wildlife sanctuary, and numerous temples. Enjoy a picnic at Pakhal Lake, explore the ancient Thousand Pillar Temple from the 12th century, marvel at the stone towers of Warangal Fort, pay a visit to the lakeside Bhadrakali Temple, and peruse the local handicrafts available in its markets.

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Renowned for housing the Mallikarjuna Jyotirlinga Temple, one of the 12 Jyotirlingas in India, this Andhra Pradesh town also attracts tourists to the Akkamahadevi Caves, a million-year-old natural wonder. Additionally, visitors flock to the Nagarjunsagar-Srisailam Tiger Reserve.

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In this sacred town, you'll find a range of temples, including the Navabrahma Temples, a collection of nine temples devoted to Lord Shiva, and the Papanasi Temples. Moreover, it's where the Tungabhadra and Krishna rivers converge.

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Located 100 kilometers away from Hyderabad, this city is gradually gaining attention among tourists. Its top attractions include the Komati Cheruvu Suspension Bridge, the Koti Lingeshwara Temple, the Ranganayaka Sagar Reservoir, and the renowned Glow Garden.

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This city offers a wealth of attractions, including forts, museums, and wildlife reserves to engage tourists. Explore sites such as Elgandal Fort, Ujwala Park, Deer Park (featuring a museum and live deer), the District Archaeological Museum, the Clock Tower, and the Lower Manair Dam during your visit.

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Situated 140 kilometers from Hyderabad, this Karnataka city boasts several noteworthy attractions. These include the Bahamani Tombs, Bidar Fort, the Papnasha Mahadeva Swami Temple, the Salar Jung Museum, and the Guru Nanak Jhira Sahib Gurudwara, a significant Sikh pilgrimage site in South India.

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