This beautiful waterfall is in the Venkateshwara National Park in the Tirupathi Region. The waterfall is surrounded bhy lush greenery, dense forests and rich flora which makes each part of this place look immensely beautiful. The waters of the fall are said to be filled with therapeutic values due to the goodness of of medicinal plants and herbsinfused in the waters. This place has also been declared as a Bio Reserve in the year 1990 due to the presence of the herbal plants here. As you drive up this place you will come across many tall and shady trees with exoyic birds and monkeys too. Canopy walks are a major activity that you can enjoy out here. Lord siddheshwara Swamy temple is a beautiful temple that attracts many vosotors annually.
Bheemuni Padam Waterfalls
We started to Warangal on 19th of December, 2015 at 2AM in the morning (a team of four). It is around 150KM via Aler and we reached the city by around 8AM in the morning with proper halts and early morning selfies ;-) We directly went to a place called "Bheemuni Paadam Waterfalls" which is about 50KM from Warangal. That place is completely surrounded by forest and small villages. It is said that the water falls from a small rock all the year round even in the summer. When we reached there there was a slight stream of water flow, and when we got into the water, it was chilled like hell (The feeling of Leonardo DiCaprio, when he was in the Pacific Ocean after Titanic sank into the North Atlantic Ocean).