SPS Nellore District is located along the South Eastern coast of Bay of Bengal. Ruled by several dynasties, SPS Nellore District has seen significant developments in art and trade. Just one the examples is the revered Telugu poet Tikkana Somayaji, who translated the great Indian epic Mahabharata in Telugu, in this district. Known as Vikrama Simhapuri till the 13th century, SPS Nellore District takes its name from ‘nelli’ which means rice which is predominant here. It has witnessed the reign of the Pallavas, the Cholas, the Nawabs of Arcot and the Vijaynagara kings.
ONE DAY: From Chennai, you’ll travel to Irakkam, Thada, and Nelapattu on the short daytrip.
TWO DAY: Extend your travel plan by a day and SPS Nellore District, Jonnavada, and Mypadu will be introduced to your itinerary.
THREE DAY: This trip, although long, is a little relaxed. You cross Irakkam and SPS Nellore District first before taking a divert to Jonnavada and continuing on to Paturu, Mypadu, Nelapattu, and finally Sullurupet. There will be ample stops in between to ensure adequate rest before you are on the move towards your next destination.
How To Get There!
SPS Nellore District is well connected to the rest of India. You can take a flight to Tirupati—it has its own airport with regular flights from0 major Indian cities. The closest airport to SPS Nellore District is in Chennai. There are regular trains to SPS Nellore District and the government also runs buses to these districts.
Best Time To Visit!
Summers are hot and dry in SPS Nellore District. The best time to visit these two districts is between September and February when the weather is very pleasant. If you don’t mind moderate showers, then visit between June and September.
The easiest way to get around in SPS Nellore District is to rent a cab. The distance between Chittoor and SPS Nellore Districts is 225 kilometres.