Telangana Travel & Tourism information
Sidhulagutta, the abode of ancient temples at Armoor, could well transform into a tourist spot in Telangana if only a permanent blacktop road to the hill is built
About 3.5 km stretch between Vemulawada and Nampalli hillocks is likely to become a tourism corridor soon
Nagoba jatara is among the most important religious events for the Adivasi Gond tribe, which had ruled Central India for centuries.
The Archaeological Survey of India officials have embarked on a mission to spruce up the historic and more than 400-year-old Charminar
The temple in Warangal district is perhaps the only one to be named after the sculptor.
Located in idyllic settings in Adilabad district, they attract devout Adivasis in droves. The large and scenic reservoir of the Kumram Bheem project also offers a perfect getaway for the visitors.
An adventure tourism academy at Bhongir in Nalgonda, Shilparamam in Warangal and Telangana food festivals are some of the grand plans of the tourism department.
An ancient Sri Venkateswara Swamy temple in a pleasant locale has made it very popular among devotees and tourists at Jamalapuram in Khammam District of Telangana.
Accessibility is the sanctuary’s major plus point, which derives its name from the river, a lifeline for farmers, industries in Khammam district.
The picturesque spot, Gandi, is located at an altitude of about 450 metres in the thick forest on the Adilabad-Maharashtra border