Bogatha waterfalls perfect pick for your long drive this monsoon

The spectacular Bogatha waterfalls in Mulugu district, the second-largest waterfall in the state, is also known as the Niagara of Telangana.

Bogatha waterfalls

HYDERABAD: The weekend is almost here. You might have started making plans for the weekend. Some of you may have already booked movie tickets of your favourite stars, while others may have made plans to dine out with family and friends. However, some travel enthusiasts are still looking for a weekend getaway from Hyderabad for a quick road trip with family and friends.

If you enjoy long road trips and are willing to trek, this is the ideal place to spend your weekend. The spectacular Bogatha waterfalls in Mulugu district, the second-largest waterfall in the state, which is also known as the "Niagara of Telangana", is just 329 km away from Hyderabad.

Bogatha waterfall offers a magnificent spectacle of flowing waters and a lush green landscape. Since tourists must hike or walk to get to the waterfalls, it's an excellent pick for anyone seeking an adventurous weekend.

Bogatha Waterfalls is a well-known tourist hotspot in Mulugu District, close to Chikupally Village in Wajedu Mandal. This picturesque waterfall is nestled in a dense forest and stands 30 metres tall, with a span of up to 200 metres depending on the season.

This waterfall's artificial pool is a favourite swimming spot. Another well-liked recreation in the vicinity of the Bogatha waterfall is bird watching. The Bogatha Waterfalls are also close to the Sri Bhogadri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple, and one can walk from the temple to the top of the waterfalls.

Vinay Vangala, a Hyderabad resident who recently visited Bhogatha Waterfalls with his friends, says the "Niagara of Telangana" is the perfect place for a long drive and a family getaway. He went on to say that the entry ticket is more valuable than a three-hour show in a closed AC hall. Also, I appreciate the authorities' efforts to keep this location in good condition.

Vinay Vangala with his friends at Bogatha Waterfalls

The entrance fee to the waterfalls is just Rs 20 per person, in addition to a Rs 50 per vehicle parking fee. The parking space is 300 metres from the waterfalls. The waterfall is only open to the public from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is also recommended that you bring your own food because there are no food stalls or canteens near the waterfalls.

This must-see weekend destination has plenty of space for a picnic with friends and family. During the monsoon season, Bogatha waterfalls are indeed a popular tourist destination. So the best times to go here to experience the waterfalls are during the monsoon and after the monsoon.

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