Ramappa Lake, Telangana

Ramappa Lake is a historical water body in Warangal in the state of Telengana, India. The Kakatiya dynasty had rules over the region of Telengana for many years. They have left valuable impression of their rule in the whole region with various structures and monuments. Many prominent temples and lakes are also found which were built during their era.

Ramappa Lake is one such reservoir built by the Kakatiya ruler. This magnificent water body displays the irrigation works of the Kakatiya rulers. The Ramappa Lake was built in the 13th century A.D. during the reign of Ganapati Deva. It is surrounded by beautiful lush green hill ranges with an amazing sunset view. The picturesque landscape all around the place is a paradise for the nature lovers. A boat ride on the swirling blue water in the midst of the pleasant breeze is an added attraction of this place. Ramappa Lake is one of the major tourist attractions in the Warangal district in Telengana. The other attractions are the pump house and the path that leads to it. The path to the pump house from the lake takes 5 mins to reach. It is partially submerged in the water and tourists love to travel in this thrilling condition to reach the pump house. There are also nearby tourist destination which can be visited. These are Ramappa temple, Samappa Sarakka Temple and Lakhnavaram Lake. The place is well connected by roads which is 70 kms away from the Warangal City. The Ramappa lake is truly a magnificent one. When in Warangal, do watch the sunset at this beautiful lake.


Ramappa Lake open at 08:00 AM to 05:00 PM

Entry Fees

Free | No Tickets

Boat Ride Tickets

200-300 INR (Negotiable) per Boat (up to 4-6 peoples)

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