(Contributed by Vijay Palla)
1. Kunthala Falls
It is located in Kuntala, Adilabad district, Telanagana. It is located on Kadem river in Neredigonda mandal. It is the highest waterfall in the state of Telangana with a height of 147 feet (45 meters).
2. Pochera Falls
Pochera Waterfalls are located at a distance of 37 km from Nirmal, 47 km from Adilabad. The waterfalls are wide and deep so it is advisable to be careful as one approaches it. It is a natural waterfall with picturesque and beautiful scenery.
3. Mallela Theertham
Mallela Theertham is a Waterfall located in the NallaMalla Forest in MahabubNagar, India. The River Krishna flows through this forest. It is located around 58km from SriSailam and 185km from Hyderabad.
4. Bogatha Falls
Bogatha Waterfall is located in Koyaveerapuram, Wazeedu Mandal, Khammam, Telangana. It is located 120 Km from Bhadrachalam and 329Km from Hyderabad.
5. Sirnapalli Falls
Sirnapally Waterfalls, Janaki Bai Waterfalls or Telangana Niagara Waterfalls are located at Sirnapally village in Dharpalle Mandal. It is located at around 20 kilometeres from Nizamabad.
6. Ethipothala Falls
Ethipothala Falls is a 70 feet (21m) high river cascade, situated in Guntur District, Andhra Pradesh India. Located on the Chandravanka river, which is a tributary of River Krishna joining on its right bank. It is situated at about 11 KM from Nagarjun sagar Dam.
7. Katika Falls
Katiki Waterfalls is named after Katiki, the place where it is located. The waterfall is about 50 ft high and lies around 4 km away from Borra Caves. Katiki Waterfalls originate from the Gosthani River and contains greenery and clear water in its vicinity.
8. Bairava Kona
The roaring Bairava Kona drops from a height of over 200 mtrs from the scenic mountains thus creating a breathtaking view. The water flowing through several medicinal plants on the way is also known to have a healing touch to several ailments. Don’t miss the rock cut cave temple by the side.
9. Tala Kona
The Talakona waterfall is in Sri Venkateshwara National Park, Chittor District of Andhra Pradesh in India. With a 270 feet (82 m) fall, Talakona is the highest waterfall in the Andhra Pradesh state. Talakona is also known for the Lord Siddheswara Swamy Temple, which is located close to the waterfall.
10. Kailasakona Falls
Kailasakona Waterfalls, also known as Kona Falls, is a natural and perennial waterfall located in Nagiri Hills near Puttur in Chittoor District, Andhra Pradesh. It is also known as Kailasanathakona Waterfalls. The water of the Kailasakona Falls is considered by many as sacred and is believed to be enriched with minerals and also possessing curative properties.
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