About Konaseema Waterfall
Konaseema waterfall in East Godavari district, Andhra Pradesh, INDIA has emerged as the latest hotspot of tourists. The backwaters of Godavari River in the lush green Konaseema, is not just luring people from Andhra but also visitors from all over the country.
Konaseema waterfall is situated in the Godavari delta between rivers Goutami and Vasishta; a beautiful land of breathtaking beauty and coconut gardens that brings alive the varied charm of Mother Nature. There can be no beautiful journey than a cruise down the gentle waters of river Godavari and marvel it’s untamed, pristine and virgin beauty of this magnificent place.
Famed for its Vedic scholars and scenic beauty, this delta has derived its name from the Telugu word, Kona, which means ‘corner’ that resembles its shape. Believed to be one of the most fertile lands of the entire Coromandel Coast, Konaseema is abundant in mango groves, coconut trees and cashew.
History of Konaseema Waterfall
The dialect of Telugu language spoken in this region is distinct from the other parts of the state. In addition, festivals celebrated in the region attract tourists from all around the world.
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Sankranthi, a three day festival, commences on the third day of Prabharatheredham and is one of the most important festivals of the region.
Famous Places of Konaseema waterfall
Konaseema waterfall also attracts tourists for the plenty of sightseeing places. Among all the tourist attractions, Adurru and Ainavilli Sidhi Vinayaka Temple are the most popular ones. In addition, Hope Island, Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary and Uppada Beach are some of the other prominent attractions of the destination.
Climate of Konaseema waterfall
The best time to visit this beautiful delta is during the winter season, which stretches from the month of December to January. During this season, the temperature ranges between 23° Celsius and 28° Celsius.