Places around Kadapa with wildlife

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1/3 Places to Visit in Kadapa with wildlife

Madhavaraya Swamy Temple is one of the popular tourist spots of Andhra Pradesh. The historic temple is located in the village Gandikota on the Pennar banks. It is 80 kms from the city of Kadapa. It can be conveniently accessed from personal vehicles.

Madhavaraya Swamy Temple lies within the premises of Gandikota Fort. Although, there are no more idols as they have been to another place a long time ago. Gandikota fort is also generally known as the Grand Canyon of India, which was established in Vijayanagara period around 15th C. Its walls are illustrated by fish and tortoise car...

2/3 Places to Visit in Kadapa with wildlife
Nallamala Forest
195 kms from Kadapa city limits

Nallamala Forest is a large forested area in the Eastern Ghats, part of which lies in the district of Kadapa, Andhra Pradesh. The place can be approached in several ways, and is located at a distance of over 195 kms from the Kadapa railway station.

The Nallamala Forest is spread over the Nallamala hill range, and expands across five districts of Andhra Pradesh. The forest is dense, and a lot of indigenous plants and wildlife can be found in it throughout the year. Tourists can often spot spotted deer, sambar deer, nilgai, antelopes, monkeys, and porcupines. There are also the occas...

3/3 Places to Visit in Kadapa with wildlife

Sri Lanka Malleshawara Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the prominent tourist attraction in Kadapa. It is located at a distance of 24 kms from Kadapa city center.

Sri Lanka Malleshawara Wildlife Sanctuary is the only habitat in the world which provides home for the Jerdon's courser, a highly endangered bird species. In addition to that it is also a home to nearly 176 families of vegetation and living organisms. These forests boast of hilly region with gorges and sharp slopes. A special class of flora, known by the name of "rd sanders" is also found here. Adequate measures are taken to ...