1. Bidar

Bidar is situated in the northeastern part of the territory of Karnataka, in the southern district of India and is found 2,200 feet above sea level on a level sitting above the Manjira river valley. When viewed as the most prospering urban areas o...

2. Nizamabad

Nizamabad is generally favored by explorers, family, and couples. Nizamabad is a tourism place in Andhra Pradesh, is suitably known as a rich legacy site. It is where time recounts accounts of the great history of the Nizams who once controlled th...

3. Ananthagiri

Ananthagiri Hills is located 10 km away from Vikarabad, in the state of Telangana, India. The primary source of water is from Osmansagar and Himayathsagar. It is acknowledged as one of the thick woods in Telangana district. During sunlight, charmi...

4. Hyderabad

Hyderabad as a city represents the gentle amalgamation of the old and new. This city is the epitome of grandeur and royalty. It has managed to flourish and grow all the while retaining the old world charm it is famous for. Perhaps it is this contr...

5. Lonar

Lonar is one of the most unique places in India, owing to its very peculiar reason of formation in the first place. It was when a meteorite had hit the earth around 52,000 years ago, that a crater was formed. Later on with the gradual passage of t...

6. Adilabad

Sometimes called the gateway district to South and Central India, Adilabad is a small town discovered in the northern region in the state of Telangana, India. Bustling with the songs of the blabbering waterfalls, mild refreshing breeze and buzzing...

7. Bijapur

The southern part of India has many hidden treasures when it comes to beautiful terrain and historical importance. Once such gem is the Bijapur. A city of extreme royal signifincance and the home to the Gol Gumbaj. Besides Gol Gumbaj there a numbe...

8. Nalgonda

Located in the newly formed state of Telangana, Nalgonda is a town deeply rooted in old traditions with ancient temples, forts, and scenic views that can be a real treat for the eyes. It derives its name from two Telugu words, namely 'Nalla' and '...

9. Warangal

Warangal is the region central station and the second biggest city in Telangana after Hyderabad. A well-known end of the week escape from Hyderabad, Warangal presents an excellent mix of history, cultural energy, architectural perfect works of art...

10. Aurangabad

Aurangabad is announced by the Government as the Tourism Capital of Maharashtra in 2010, and is a well-known traveller centre point which welcomes its guests with a lavishly woven embroidered artwork of sights and sounds. The city got its name for...

11. Mantralayam

Mantralayam is a heavenly town located 74 km from Kurnool region in Andhra Pradesh and 250 km from its state capital, Hyderabad. It is situated close to the fringe of Karnataka and on the banks of the waterway Tungabhadra. Mantralayam is known for...

12. Ajanta and Ellora Caves

Beautifully carved into the massive hillside rocks, Ajanta and Ellora Caves gracefully represent the art, history and culture of a bygone era. Today, Ajanta and Ellora caves are UNESCO World heritage sites with 64 rock-cut caves located in close p...

13. Shirdi

Shirdi, the home of the great religious saint, Sai Baba, is loacted in the Ahmednagar District of Maharashtra. Full of divine beauty, alongside the blessings of Sai Baba, Shirdi is a colouful and joyous town. Not only does it have temples and shri...

14. Tadoba

Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is a tiger reserve in Maharashtra. It has been a popular tourist destination for wildlife enthusiasts. It is popular as the chances for sighting a tiger it is very high, unlike many other tiger reserves.

15. Nagarjunakonda

Nagarjunakonda or Nagarjuna Hills is located 150 km from Hyderabad. The town is famous for being India’s richest Buddhist site and draws travelers from across the country. Ancient Buddhist civilization was excavated during the construction of the ...

16. Kurnool

A spot of much ancient and historical incentive with lovely encompassing regions, Kurnool, is a small place in Andhra Pradesh where a lot of history left its engravings. Kurnool has in its area, ruins from the castle of Gopal Raju who was the last...

17. Nagarjunsagar

Situated at a distance of roughly 150 km from Hyderabad, Nagarjunasagar is one of the favoured and most well-known ends of the week escape from Hyderabad, promising captivating time to each and everybody. Nagarjunasagar, a significant spot for the...

18. Aihole

Glory and gore go together and so proves the legend of a village in Karnataka. Stories claim that Lord Parshuram, after honurably avenging the death of his father, came to the river Malaprabha to wash his blood-stained axe. As he washed his axe, t...

19. Srisailam

Srisailam is a holy town of Lord Shiva on the banks of River Krishna in Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh. It is located in the Nallamala forest and is nearly 212 km from Hyderabad at 1354 ft above sea level. It is one of the twelve and second Jy...

20. Pattadakal

Pattadakl is a World Heritage Site along the banks of Malaprabha river in Bagalkot district of Karnataka. Pattadakal is famous for its temples. It is an ideal destination for family trips and for people interested in archeology and architecture. 
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