Talakona waterfalls | South India Tourism

Talakona waterfalls

Talakona waterfalls

The alluring waterfalls are located in Nirabailu village, Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. The waterfalls are said to have herbal values well known for its healing properties. The waterfalls are present in the Venkateshwara national park which is 59km away from Tirupati. The majestic waterfalls are located in the forest area of the national park gives magical experience to the travelers to trek in the dense forest. It provides experience to the travelers with many thrilling activities rather than just relaxing out. The name Talakona means “tala” means “head” and “Kona” means “starting point”. It is considered to be the starting point of Seshachalam hills where the temple of Lord Shiva is located. You can feel the lush of green forest, magical waterfalls, chirping of birds and amuse yourself by indulging in adventure activities conducted there. The monsoon will be a perfect time, where you can experience the electrifying force of rushing water. Even when you are few miles away, you can hear the shooting sound of water like stones hitting the ground.

Special Note: trekking to the top is rocky and slippery

Nearby tourist attractions:

Venkateshwara wildlife sanctuary, Papavinasana Theertham, Aagasha Ganga, deer park, Chankra Theertham, Kalyani dam, Siddheswara temple.

Travel:

By Road: from tirupati it is 58 km.

By Rail: nearest railway station tirupati railway station it is 60 km far

By Air: nearest airport is tirupati airport from there it is 68 km far

Best time to visit: September to February

Opening Time:  6am

Closing Time: 7pm

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