This southern state of India is famous for its palaces, forts, natural attractions, and temples. Its Bronze Casting is one of the finest ancient crafts in India. A trip to kaleidoscopic Telangana takes you to its incredible presentation of Golconda Fort, Nagarjuna Sagar, Bhadrachalam, Ramoji Film City, Warangal, Mallela Theertham, Ananthagiri Hills, and other outstanding features. Select the best tour package for your upcoming Telangana venture.
Climate: Semi-Arid & Dry and Hot for the most part
Best Time to Visit Telangana: November - April.
Telangana, the youngest province of the country, holds top-notch tourist attractions. The beauty the region flaunts lies in its heritage site, religious sites, natural attractions, and multi-ethnic cultural spreads. Popularly known as the Nizams of Hyderabad, it’s a treasure trove of sacred groves, temples, forts, and monuments.
Across the divide, Telangana transcends your sights to its nature and wildlife regions, involving - Sivaram Wildlife Sanctuary, Pocharam Wildlife Sanctuary, Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary, Ananthagiri, Adilabad, Nagarjuna Sagar, Kuntala Falls, Papikondalu, et al.
When it comes to adventure sports in Telangana, Hyderabad stands tall on the list. A wide-ranging adventure activity ensured by the capital includes - Bungee Jumping in Shameerpet, Go Karting, Laser Tag in SVM Mall, Trekking in Medak Fort, Boating at Lumbini Park, Kayaking in Kotpally Reservoir, Paragliding in Banjara Hills, Ziplining in The Adventure Park, Rock Climbing in Banjara Hills, Zorbing in Shilparamam, and further.
Settled in the southern part of the Indian subcontinent, Telangana is a gorgeous state with its prominence of exquisite heritage sites. With its border touching Maharashtra to the north, Andhra Pradesh to the east and south, Chhattisgarh to the northeast, and Karnataka to the west, the region contains mainly the Deccan Plateau.
In the state of Telangana, you can approach through all main routes of transportation, involving air, road, and rail. Hyderabad involves the sole International Airport in the state, namely Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, well-connected with major Indian cities.
Secunderabad Railway Junction, Kazipet Railway Junction, and Warangal Railway Junction maintain sustainable connectivity with the major cities in the country. By road, NH7, NH 9, NH 221, and NH 222 keep good connectivity throughout the state. For all kinds of transportation support, get advice from a reputed travel agency.
Foods of Telangana typify spicy foods involving sesame seeds, asafoetida, tamarind, etc. A variety of dishes the state represents before you, such as – Malidalu, Pachi Pulusu, Hyderabadi Biriyani, Polelu, Pail Palaram, Chegodilu, Garijalu, Qubani Ka Meetha, Thunti Koora, Sakinalu, Sarva Pindi, and other dishes.
Festivals celebrated in Telangana with great gusto involving Bathukamma Festival during Sep-Oct; Dussehra during Sep-Oct; Holi in March, Bonalu Festival during July-Aug; Lambadi in Nov; Ugadi during Match-April; Medaram Jathara in February, Edupayala Jatara in Feb; Peddagattu Jatara in Feb; Ramzan during April-May; Diwali during Oct-Nov; Ganesh Chaturthi in Aug/Sep; Sankranti in Jan, et al.
Cultural emergence influences folk practices. Both folk music and Carnatic music are popular here with other forms of folk music including Sarada Kala, Oggukatha, et al. Significant dance forms comprise Perini Sivatandavam, Mayuri, Gusadi are a combination of folk and specific tribal dances.
The brilliant craftsmanship of the region offers Pochampally sari, Pembarthi Metal crafts, Silver Filigree, Nirmal Paintings, Bidri crafts, Batik, Cheriyal Scroll paintings, and further. From destination visits to cultural tours, your tour operator passes A1 assistance. Choose one from several tour packages exclusively made for Telangana.