Kurnool Tourism

Kurnool is a city in Andhra Pradesh. This city is very popular as it has been known for its historical footprints. It is a city that has ancient caves lying towards its southeast. The major tourist attraction of this city is a sculpture garden named orvakal rock gardens. The igneous rock formation garden is a fascinating location with restaurants, small ponds, and boating facilities. It has a cave museum and hiking areas which are one of the kind. The Rollapadu wildlife sanctuary is just 45 km from Kurnool and it is a bird and wildlife sanctuary. It is a visit close to nature with diverse flora and fauna. It houses many endangered species.

The temperature of this city is moderate ranging from 26 degrees to 46 degrees during the summers. The winter temperature ranges between 12 degrees to 31 degrees. The place has a lot of historical places of interest. There are many caves in this region of which one of the most popular and famous is the Belum caves. These caves are very famous for their stalactite and stalagmite formations. Many prominent relics are found in these caves. Some rock art and paintings are carved in Yaganti and Katavani Kunta.

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Travel Guide Yaganti Temple
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Yaganti Temple

Yaganti Temple is an ancient temple and popularly known as the Uma Maheshwara, located in Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh. There are three popular mountain caves near the temple, the Venkateswara Cave, the Agastya Cave and the Veera Brahmam Cave which is worth visit.

Travel Guide Mallikarjuna Jyotirlinga Srisailam Kurnool
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Mallikarjuna Jyotirlinga Temple

Mallikarjuna Swami Temple is one of the twelve Jyotirlinga's and located in Srisailam Town in the Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh. The temple looks with all the glory of a old structure open varanda, compact sanctum and beautiful pagoda.

Travel Guide Belum Caves Kurnool Andhra Pradesh
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Belum Caves

Belum Caves is most popular tourist attraction in the state of Andhra Pradesh and situated about 60 kms from Gandikota, this is the second largest caves system in India.

Travel Guide Ahobilam
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Ahobilam Temple is a sacred temple created in Vijayanagar style which is situated in Kurnool of Andhra Pradesh. Lord Narasimha Swamy is worshipped in nine forms in this temple. The temple is constructed in a tiered form and it has a separate lower Ahobilam and upper Ahobilam.

Travel Guide  Kurnool Fort
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Konda Reddy Buruju

A historic fort located in Kurnool city, the place is a marvel of architecture. With rich history beckoning the place, the fort is often been a vantage point for many history buffs and travelers alike. A must visit place for anyone who wants to seek passage into the yesteryear’....

Travel Guide Mahanandi Temple Kurnool
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Mahanandi Temple

The Mahanandiswara Swamy Temple or Mahanandi Temple is one of the important Shiva temples in Nallamala forest range in the Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh. Mahanandi Temple is an age old temple which goes back to the 10th Century AD.

Travel Guide Orvakal Rock Garden Kurnool
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Orvakal Rock Garden

There are a few exemplary landscapes in the Kurnool region of Andhra Pradesh. One such captivating one is a park with igneous rock formations known as Orvakal Rock Garden. It is a beautiful site with a rich natural beauty of igneous rock formations at a distance of 3 km from Orva....

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