An ever elusive place close to Rajamundry, Pernatalapalli attracts nature lovers and photo fanatics. Rajamundry will be the epicentre for planning your trip around. There can be few options to choose from to make your journey an unforgettable one.
A day long cruise on the river taking you to Papi hills and back; you can get down on a tribal village Kolluru to spend an eventful night in bamboo huts; the river cruise can further be extended as a pilgrimage upto Bhadrachalam.
The 65 kms river journey begins after you are transported to the launch stations from Rajamundry. It is indeed a pleasant sight to behold that many such boats will be waiting for the travellers to hop in. The cruise along gorgeous Godavari River will indeed be an unforgettable experience.
There are many stoppages during the cruise and the best thing is that there won’t be network signals after few minutes of your cruise. Stay disconnected from the hustle-bustle of city life and drench yourself in the beauty of Godavari, the mighty river of Telangana.
The last two hours of your cruise will be full of entertainment with sceneries unfolding in front of you, the brown sand, expanse of blue waters and multi-colored boats and diverse kinds of travellers from different parts of the country.
When such a gorgeous scenery is spread before you, the minds seems to filter all the outside noises and you can indeed listen to the silence within. When you halt at Kolluru, Perantalapalli is a tiny beautiful tribal village. You can visit the ancient Shiva temple here before resuming your cruise. The stream in front of the temple is believed to remain cool during all seasons. The domestic market loaded with handicraft items made of bamboos is truly a good pick for a souvenir to your friends and family, that too, at very nominal costs.
Perantalapalli, is indeed a heaven in dream, which can only be experienced, rather explained.