Jannaram nature’s delight
Jannaram wildlife tour is a perfect opportunity for curious travelers and nature lovers to visit the exotic wildlife destinations and nature’s hotspots in the northernmost district of Adilabad in Telangana. Tourists can avail the package that comes with a one-day and two-day customized itinerary, which is also inclusive of transportation, food and boating.
The trip starts from Hyderabad and heads to an enthralling and beautiful waterfall in the Adilabad district of Telangana, i.e. the Kuntala waterfalls.
The second destination of this package tour is Kadam dam, located across Kadam River, a tributary of river Godavari River, The dam’s location at the confluence of Kadam River into Godavari is an awe-inspiring experience. Situated in the midst of scenic hillocks and greenery, Kadam dam is an ideal destination for those who desire to be in unison with nature. The dam has been named after a rushi called Kandava who is believed to have performed great yagnas here, and has since been officially renamed as Kadam Narayana Reddy Project (KNRP). Tourists here can enjoy the wonderful experience of boating across the unpolluted waters of Kadam dam.
The final destination is the Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary located at Jannaram, listed among the important wildlife sanctuaries in the country. The Kawal sanctuary is home to several varieties of flora and fauna and is a must-see place for those planning to catch a glimpse of wild animals in their most natural habitat.
Winter is considered as an ideal season to visit this sanctuary. Cheetal, Sambar, Nilgai, Sloth Bear, Barking Deer, Indian Bison, Panther and Tiger are some of the animal species that are spotted here. Tourists can even find reptiles such as Crocodile, Monitor Lizard, Python, Star Tortoise and Cobra, in Kawal wildlife sanctuary. The sanctuary offers services like jeep safaris, and bird watching trips for tourists who can enjoy their stay, spotting rare animals in the wild habitat.
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Thousand Pillar temple
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