Journey Tour of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana
Andhra Pradesh and Telangana are surely understood among the otherworldly explorers for its flawlessly sustained sanctuaries that typify the compositional splendor of antiquated times. These sanctified structures brag alleviating quietness that offers peace and enjoyment to the faculties of explorers. These sanctuaries hold a high place in Hindu mythology and in this way hold a high centrality in the religion.
This 12 Nights and 13 Days of schedule of journey trek of Andhra and Telangana takes explorers to wonderful and dazzling sanctuaries situated in these states. Other than sanctuaries, the visit consolidates going to notable landmarks also. The trek begins from Hyderabad. The real highlights of the trek are going by Golkunda Fort and imperial Tombs of the Qutb Shahi lords in Hyderabad, investigating sanctuaries in Warangal and Vijayawafa, navigating through Buddhist stays in Nagarjuna Sagar, and a great deal more.
Day 1: Arrive Hyderabad
On landing in Hyderabad Airport/Railway station, meet our visit agent who will be there for your welcome and smooth exchange to your officially reserved inn in the city. Check in at the lodging and rest for quite a while. Whatever remains of the day is free at recreation. Amid your extra time, you can go out to investigate the adjacent attractions or stroll down the roads, appreciate road nourishment and address local people. Later, return back to the lodging for an overnight remain.
Day 2: Hyderabad
After breakfast in the morning, we will leave to visit the acclaimed structural legacy destinations of Hyderabad. We will make a beeline for the imperial Tombs of the Qutb Shahi Kings and the heavenly Golkonda Fort otherwise called Golconda or Golla konda. This post is the capital of the medieval sultanate of the Qutb Shahi tradition and is found 11 kms of Hyderabad. From that point, we will visit Nizams Museums, which is situated in Hyderabad at Purani Haveli. It is a royal residence of the previous Nizams and showcases the endowments that the last Nizam of Hyderabad state, Osman Ali Khan, Asaf Jah VII got on his silver celebration festivities. Thereafter, we will head towards Birla Temple, a Hindu sanctuary that is based on a 280 feet high hillock called Naubath Pahad. Rest the night is free at recreation. Amid your extra time you can investigate the neighborhood markets and purchase ancient rarities as blessings. Later, we will return back to the lodging for supper took after by an overnight sit tight.
Day 3: Hyderabad
We will begin our day somewhat at a young hour in the morning and eat before leaving to visit the other significant traveler spots of Hyderabad city. In our today's day visit, we will visit 'Limited Collection' - Salarjung Museum. This national historical center involve a wide accumulation of earthenware production, metallic relics, canvases, compositions, rugs, carvings, materials and timekeepers. Additionally, guests can witness a tremendous gathering of furniture from different nations over the globe including North America, Persia, Egypt, Europe, Japan, Burma and numerous others. Subsequent to investigating the historical center, we will head towards Charminar, surely understood as The Arc de Triomphe of the east. It is the second greatest Mosque of India. Later, we will return back to the lodging for an unwinding overnight remain.
Day 4: Hyderabad - Warangal (150kms/3 hrs)
In the morning after breakfast, we will look at from the lodging in Hyderabad and leave for Warangal by street. In transit, we will stop to visit Pembarti Village for its floor covering weaving focus, Brass making, and Kulpakji (Kolanupaka) for the 2000 years Jain Temple. Thereafter, we will proceed with our drive to Warangal. On achieving, check in at the effectively reserved inn and rest for quite a while. Whatever remains of the day is free at recreation. Amid your extra time you can either rest in the room or go out for investigating the significant vacation destinations of the spot. Appreciate supper took after by an overnight stay in the inn.
Day 5: Warangal - Vijayawada (250 kms/6 hrs)
Today we will begin our day somewhat at a young hour in the morning and eat before looking at from the inn and leaving by street for Vijayawada. In transit, we will stop to visit the Ramappa Temple, the 1000 Pillar Temple. One can witness etched assumes that are motivated from Hindu mythology drawn on the divider boards, columns and roof. We will likewise visit the mud-block posts that are destroys today. A short time later, we will proceed with our drive to Vijayawada. On landing, check in at the pre-booked lodging for an unwinding overnight sit tight.
Day 6: Vijayawada
After breakfast in the morning, we will leave for guided visit to Kondapali Village. Once can investigate the one of a kind wooden toys in the town and invest a superb energy. A while later, we will visit Kanaka Durga Temple, an old living sanctuary with engravings of various administrations. Toward the evening, we will visit a finest testimonial of old Vishwakarma Sthapathis, Undavalli Caves. Subsequent to finishing an entire day trip, we will return back to the lodging for supper took after by an overnight remain.
Day 7: Vijayawada - Nagarjuna Sagar (170kms/3.5 hrs)
Today after breakfast in the morning, we will look at from the lodging in Vijayawada and leave for Nagarjuna Sagar by street. On achieving, check in at the officially reserved inn and rest for some time. Later toward the evening, we will visit the Nagarjuna Konda and Anupu - the Amphitheater. Nagarjunakonda is a recorded Buddhist town now an island arranged close Nagarjuna Sagar in Guntur locale in Andhra Pradesh. Thereafter, we will visit different other Buddhist stays in the region. Later at night, we will return back to the inn for supper and an agreeable overnight sit tight.
Day 8: Nagarjuna Sagar - Srisailam (180kms/4 hrs)
In the morning after breakfast, we will look at from the inn in Nagarjuna Sagar and leave by raod for Srisailam. On achieving, check in at the officially reserved inn and unwind for quite a while. Later at night, we will visit Mallikarjuna Temple. The sanctuary is one of the twelve Jyotir Lingam sanctuaries of India and is arranged in the Jungles of Nallamala. In the wake of investigating the sanctuary, we will return back to the lodging for supper and an overnight sit tight.
Day 9: Srisailam - Kurnool (180kms/4 hrs)
Subsequent to morning breakfast, we will look at from the lodging in Srisailam and drive to Kurnool. On achieving, check in at the pre-booked inn and unwind for quite a while. Later toward the evening, we will visit the wonderful seventh century Chalukyan Nava Bramha sanctuaries. Situated at Alampur in Telangana, there are a sum of nine sanctuaries in Alampur and every one of them are dedicated to Lord Shiva. Thereafter, we will head towards the brilliant exhibition hall at Alampur. Later at night, we will return back to the inn for supper took after by an overnight sit tight.
Day 10: Kurnool - Puttaparthy (240 kms/6 hrs)
We will begin our day somewhat at a young hour in the morning and eat before looking at from the lodging in Kurnool and heading to Puttaparthy (Puttaparthi). On achieving, check in at the effectively reserved lodging in Puttaparthy and spruce up. Later toward the evening, we will visit Vijayanagar sanctuary and the immense Nandi at Lepakshi sanctuary. Built in the sixteenth century, the Lepakshi Temple is a splendid case of the Vijayanagar style of design. In the wake of investigating these old sanctuaries, we will visit the great Fort ruins at Penugonda. Later, we will return back to the inn for supper and a comfortable overnight sit tight.
Day 11: Puttarpathy
The day is settled for the entire day outing to Puttaparthy Prasanthi Nilayam, the principle ashram of Sri Sathya Sai Baba. Set up 40 years back, the ashram offer an alleviating feeling that offer peace to the spirit and brain of the guests. We will go to the early morning petitions in the ashram and later investigate the attractions of the ashram. We will likewise go to night supplications and a short time later we will return back to the inn for an overnight sit tight.
Day 12: Puttaparthy - Tirupathi (or Tirupati), 230 km
We will begin our day somewhat at a young hour in the morning and be prepared to leave for an entire day trip to Tirupathi (Tirupati). We will begin our day visit by visiting the Govindaraja sanctuary. It is one of the generous sub sanctuaries connected with Sri Venkateswara Swamy Tirupati committed to Lord Govindaraja who is accepted to be the senior sibling of Lord Balaji. A while later, we will head towards Padmavati sanctuary, the most unmistakable place of worship of Padmavathi or Alamelumanga who is accepted to be the consort of Lord Venkateswara. Later at night, we will return back to the lodging, for supper took after by an overnight sit tight.
Day 13: Tirupathi - Chennai (185 kms/5 hrs)
On the most recent day of our visit after breakfast, we will get look at from the lodging in Tirupati and drive to Chennai, which is about hour venture. On coming to, get immediate exchange to the Chennai air terminal/railroad station to get onto the flight/train for ahead trip
Visit and administrations Ends.
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