Places To Visit in Tirumala Tirupati Temple:
Tourist Places Near Tirupati Temple which can be planned during Tirupati Visit.
Kailasa Kona Waterfalls in Tirupati:
- Kailasa Kona waterfalls is a natural waterfall which is 46 Km from Tirupati. This falls will be heavily crowded during Rainy season. Lord Siva temple is located here. A holy dip in this Theertham on Sivaratri day will be blessed with good fortune. The water here considered holy and possess medicinal properties. This falls attracts tourists from Chennai and Bengaluru majorly.
Narayanavanam Kalyana Venkateswara Temple, Ramgiri Temple, Nagalapuram Vedanarayana temple, Surutupalli Temple.
Stay near Puttur which is the closest.
How to reach?
Tirupathi to Kailasakona would be 70km. Bus transport is available from Tirupati Bus station.
Sadasiva Kona Waterfalls
Sadasiva Kona falls on the highway from Puttur to Nagalapuram. Lord Siva temple is located here and the temple will be crowded on special days. Flow will be high during the months of Oct, Nov and Dec months. This fall is located at Majjiga Gunta which is 47km from Tirupati. Sadasiva Kona will be crowded during Karthika Masam and on Sivaratri days.
Sri Kalyana Venkateswara Swamy Temple Narayanavanam.
One can stay at Puttur which is easily accessible
How to reach?
Tirupathi to Sadasivakona would be 47km. Bus transport is available from Tirupati Bus station.
Kalyani Dam was constructed in the year 1977 across the River Swarnamukhi which flows from Chandragiri to Srikalahasti and continues thru Vakadu. The dam is situated near Ramgampeta and is 20km from Tirupati city. The water from this dam supports the needs of pilgrims in Tirumala. This dam will be colourful during the rainy season.
Talakona Waterfalls is one of the top visiting places around Tirupati, which is 70 km away. During the months of Oct, Nov and Dec, the flow will be high and attracts tourists from nearby states. This forest houses variety of species such as Indian Giant Squirrel, Mouse Deer, Golden Gecko, Panther, Porcupine, Leopard and Sambar. In the year 1989, Talakona reserve as declared as a biosphere reserve to safeguard the rare species and plants.
One can plan his stay either in Tirupati or at Talakona.
Chandragiri Fort is a historical fort, built in the 11th century by Yadava naidu kings, located in Chandragiri, and it is 17km from Tirupati in Chittoor District. And it was ruled by the most prominent and well known Vijayanagara emperor Srikrishna Devarayaara till his inauguration at Penukonda. This fort has Museum with all Vijayanagara kings memorial paintings, arms and wepons used in those days and also a pot infront of Fort for boating.
From 10:00am to 08:30pm
For Adults: Rs.20
For Child: Rs.10
S.V Zoological Park in Tirupati
Sri Venkateswara Zoological Park has been established with all amenities. Lion Safari attracts the visitors a lot. The Park is named after the Lord Venkateswara of Seven Hills in Tirupati. It is the Second largest zoo park in Asia. S.V.Zoo is 9 km from Tirupati bus station.
During Summer: 8:30 am to 5:30 pm
During Winter: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Remains closed on Tuesdays
Jungle Book Bio Park
The entry to this park is located right at the entrance of Kapileswara Swamy Temple. The walking path attracts visitors and is good to visit during the months of Dec and Jan. This park was built with Malwadi Gundam as the base.
From 8:00 am to 5:00 pm