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8 Astounding Adilabad Attractions

If you love nature and want to spend your holiday amidst natural surroundings, Adilabad in Telangana is the perfect getaway for you. The serenity of the place full of stunning landscapes is sure to captivate your soul that was seeking a rendezvous with nature. Hundred miles away from Hyderabad, Adilabad is a famous tourist spot with picturesque landscapes. You can enjoy nature and if you want to explore and enjoy the challenges of nature, Adilabad has the best spots to offer including various trekking spots. Customize your visit to Adilabad depending on the way you prefer to enjoy nature and do not miss out on the top 8 places to visit in Adilabad.

1.Kuntala Waterfalls

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The highest waterfalls in Telangana, Kuntala Waterfalls are located in the middle of the mountain ranges of Sahyadri. According to Hindu mythology, the waterfall acquired its name after Shakuntala, the wife of King Dushyanta who used to bathe here and it was here that they fell in love. The 45 meters tall waterfall receives its source from The River Kadam that flows through thick forests. Image credits Krishna srivatsa

2. Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary

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Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary is situated amidst dense forests, which offers a perfect setting for wild animals and plants. Established in the year 1964, the sanctuary is famous for a wide range of species. Some of the wild animals and birds found here include tigers, panthers, the Indian bison, sloth bear, crocodiles, cobra, python, owls, eagles, peacocks and many more exotic fauna. It was notified as tiger reserve in April 2012. In this regard habitat development is undertaken with release of 150 cheetals as prey population. To keep check on poaching, new check posts have been created. Traditional sources of water were also improved. Image credits Abdulhameed Shamandour

3. Pochera Waterfalls

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Pochera waterfalls are situated in the thickness of the forests. River Godavari merges with the stream of water and falls down from a height of 20m. These beautiful waterfalls with spectacular landscape are a visual treat to the eyes. Since it is surrounded by dense forests, you will find a variety of plants and trees here. Image credits adilabad tourism

4. Pranahita Wildlife Sanctuary

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Pranahita Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Adilabad. It is one among the oldest areas protected in Telangana. Covering an area of 136 sq. km, the sanctuary was established in the year 1980 and has a variety of species. The River Pranahita flows here and hence makes natural vegetation possible. The wild animals found here are tigers, leopards, sloth bear, and hyenas. The birds found here are ducks, herons, teals and many more. Image credits prajwal_km

5. Mahatma Gandhi Park

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If you are looking for some place that is quiet and natural, you could visit Mahatma Gandhi Park. It is a very popular destination where you will find local people and tourists visiting in great numbers to enjoy the tranquility. It is a great place for relaxed walking and exercising. This well maintained park with a pleasant atmosphere makes your day. It is also a perfect place to meditate amidst the different types of plants and trees. Image credits hoparoundindia

6. Sivaram Wildlife Sanctuary

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Yet another sanctuary in Adilabad that is breathtaking with its scenic beauty is the Sivaram Wildlife Sanctuary. Established in the year 1987, the 36.29 sq. km of sanctuary has different types of trees and plants. Situated on Godavari River banks, the sanctuary has a rich variety of flora and fauna. Some of the animals found here are tigers, panthers, wild boar, sloth bear, and python and not to forget the crocodiles found in the river. Image credits Adrian Shepherd

7. Kala Ashram

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Kala Ashram is situated in a serene location. Founded by Shri Ravindra Sharma in the year 1979, the ashram has a wide range of books that are relevant to rural society. The ashram concentrates on traditional arts, philosophy, culture, science and technology. The ashram makes active participation to revive fading art forms like Bhiksha Vruttis. Image credits sparun

8. Basar Saraswathi Temple

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Basar Saraswathi Temple, situated on Godavari river banks, is the most important temple in Adilabad. The uniqueness of this temple is that it is one amongst the two temples dedicated to the Goddess Saraswatithe Hindu goddess of knowledge, music, arts and sciences. It is also an ancient temple. It gains further importance as it is believed to be situated on the land where sage Ved Vyas performed severe penance. The temple is an old pilgrimage spot where many pilgrims come to Basara to perform the Akshara abhyasam ceremony for the children before they start formal school education wherein the children perform the exercise of letters, and devote books, pens, pencils notebooks to the goddess of knowledge. Image credits kktourismandtemple

You are sure to love your stay in Adilabad amidst the enthralling nature with picturesque landscapes and majestic waterfalls. Tourist places in Adilabad is heaven for those who love nature and wild animals. Enjoy the solitude and you are sure to return to this place for yet another rendezvous with the alluring nature.

About Rohit

An architect by profession, is a curious traveller, seeking out the minutest detail about the places he travels to, and that’s what one will find in his writings. His writings have appeared in various blogs, he’s currently trying to bring forth as many different places a traveller who shares the same level of curiosity like him would like to visit through his writings.

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