Andhra Pradesh And Telengana Tour

Duration : 16 Nights 17 Days

Package Code: TOT-OD-001

Day-01 Arrival at Hydrabad

Visit Charminar & SalarJung Museum. Overnight at Hotel

(Around 1000 years ago, the area that is now Hyderabad and its environs was named Golkonda which translates to’shepherd’s hillock’. Golkonda Fort became an important trading post during the 16th century when it was one of the cities of the Qtb Shahi rulers. It was the only city in the world that could trade diamonds. Soon, it was the home of Persians, Turkish & Arab traders, Abyssinians soldiers and French travelers. Golkonda was a fortified town throughout its 62 years of existence, and to this day, the grand tombs erected for the royal family are still standing in the city, leaving a timeless architectural legacy. In 1591, the capital moved away from Golkonda and was moved to Hyderabad. Trade continued to prosper and visitors from all over the world continued to flock to the cosmopolitan city. In 1687 the Mughals defeated Golkonda and founded The Asaf Jahi Dynasty which was led by the Nizams in charge. The Nizam’s legacy was one of greatness and wealth In 1724, it was 1948, it was the biggest princely state in India. This intermixing of different cultures, and the open perspective of both dynasties made Hyderabad a multi-cultural city with a the harmonious syncretic society that continues to be to this day. Visit the cities in Hyderabad which includes Charminar, Qutubsahi tomb, Salarjung museum and post-lunch Golkonda Fort.)

Day-02: Hyderabad

After breakfast, visit the ancient Mosque as well as the Royal Palace, afternoon visit Golkunda Fort. Stay the night in Hydrabad

Day-03: Hyderabad

After breakfast, you can enjoy a full-day trip towards Nagarjana Konda ( 125 kms 3 hours drive one way)

Nagarjunakonda (Nagarjunikonda Nagarjunikonda, which translates to Nagarjuna Hill) is a historic town, which is which is now an island situated close to Nagarjuna Sagar in Guntur district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, near the state line with Telangana. The remains of several Mahayana Buddhist and Hindu shrines are situated in Nagarjunakonda. It is among the most prosperous Buddhist sites and is almost entirely beneath Nagarjunasagar Dam. Nagarjunasagar Dam. The name is derived from Nagarjuna who was a south-facing Indian Master from Mahayana Buddhism who lived in the 2nd century. He is believed to be accountable for Buddhist activities in the region. The area was the site of numerous Buddhist schools and monasteries that attracted students from China, Gandhara, Bengal and Sri Lanka

In the course of building of the Nagarjuna Sagar Dam, the archaeological remains at Nagarjunakonda were submerged and needed to be retrieved and relocated to higher ground in the hills, and it is now an island.

Day 04: Hyderabad – Warangle

After breakfast, drive to Wrangle and on the way visiting Lambadi tribe and the typical Andhra villages. Stay the night at Hoel Suprabha.

While on the way, you will visit the tribal along with Local villages. The morning visit to the Lambadior Banjara tribe in the fringes of Hyderabad. You can also see their needle work on their cloths within their villages. The tribe of the Lambardi/Banjara is a migratory clan that trace their roots to Afganistan in Rajastan to Hyderabad. Overnight Hyderabad

Day-05: Warangle

Wrangle fort with a 1000 pilar temple and nearby tribal villages. Stay the night at Hotel Suprabha

Take a trip to Warangal Fort, Thousand Pillared temple, and South Indian temples. Warangal Fort to have existed for at least the 12th century, and was the capital city of the Kakatiya Dynasty. The fort is adorned with four gates, also known by the name of Kakatiya Kala Thoranam and initially served as the entrances for the now demolished large Shiva temple. The Kakatiyan arch was adopted and officially integrated into the Emblem of Telangana following that state’s bifurcation. The Thousand pillared temple was built in 1163 AD of Rudra Deva. It exemplifies the the typical Chalukyan design of the architecture. The three gods that rule the temple comprise Lord Shiva, Vishnu and Surya. Overnight Warangal,

Day 06: Warangle

Visit Debunnigutta Buddhist site & Konda reddy tribal villages. Stay overnight at Suptrabha

After breakfast, drive to Bhupalapally area to explore Buddhist ruin that are part of Devunigutta, Devunigutta , though tiny, is more like Anger Wattand, which was built around the the 6th century AD. Later , you can visit Koitar or Kondareddy tribes in the vicinity. Overnight Warangal.

Day-07: Warangle – Vijayawada

The Wrangle Vijayawada on the way, stop to visit traditional tribal villages and Silk Ikkate handloom weaving villages. Overnight at Marriot

Day-08 : Vijayawada

After breakfast, you can visit Amravati . The Amravati Stupa well-known as the great stupa in Amravati it is a demolished Buddhist monument that was probably constructed during and the 3rd century BC. Amareswara Swamy or Amaralingeswara Swamy is a reference to Lord Shiva in the temple. The temple is located on the southern bank of the Krishna River. The wife of Lord Amareswara Swamy is Bala Chamundika.As the mythology states that the Sivalinga in this location was built and was established in the name of Lord Indra. Overnight Vijayawada.

Day 09: Vijayawada

Full day trip in the direction of Guntupalli Buddhist location and the villages. Guntupalli is known for its area cut out by the rock with two Buddhist caves as well as a chaitya hall, as well as a vast collection of stupas. The hall of chaitya has an uncommon entrance carved in stone which is a replica of wooden architecture. during excavation three relic caskets from the time of the Buddha were discovered. The caskets contained a variety of precious components like silver, gold, and crystal beads. The bronze picture of Padmapani was found in one casket. The casket’s inscription was in Devanagari script, which indicated that the year was between the 9th and the 10th century. Overnight Vijayawada.

Day-10 : Vijayawada

Visit Kondapalli Fort and the Kondapalli village of artisans (Toys and artisans). Stay the night in Vijayawada

Kondapali Fort. The Kondapali Fort was built in the 14th century and was inhabited until the the end in the Mughal rule in the 18th century. You can also visit the nearby villages, known for their Kondapalli-made toys. Overnight Vijayawada.

Day-11: Vijayawada – Vizag

Vijayawada get on flights to Vizag. Arrival at Vizag & Visit Fishing harbour. Stay at Novotel for the night.

Day 12 : Vizag

Ful day trip to Shankram Buddhist and in the afternoon, tour of Thotla Konda & Bhavikonda Buddhist site. Stay the night at Novotel

Day-13 : Vizag – Araku – Vizag

Day trip towards Araku to take a trip to the Bora Caves near Shimanchalam temple. Stay overnight in a Hotel in Vizag

Day-14 : Vizag – Srikakulam

After breakfast, head to Srikakulam and later in the afternoon, go to Srikurmum Temple. Stay the night with Hotel blue Earth

Day 15 : Srikakulam – Sunray Resort

Morning visit to Salihundam Buddhist site, and then take a trip to Mukhalingam Siva Temple. Overnight at Sun Ray village Resort

Day 16: Sunray Resort

Rejuvenation after the long trip in the Resort.

Day 17: Sunray Resort – Vizag Departure

Transportation to the Airport for further destinations


Accommodation at standard category hotel on twin sharing Basis
Meal Plan -Breakfast basis
All permit fees & hotel taxes (as per itinerary)

Terms and Conditions

  1. The above rates are based on minimum 2 persons travelling together.
  2. Child below 12 years can share the bed with the parents with an extra cost.
  3. Airfares may change without any notice at any time during the validity of the package.
  4. Rates are subject to change based on availability and date of travel (Peak season/ Conference/ Holiday period surcharges would apply)
  5. Weekend surcharge may be applicable if any.
  6. Hotel check in time is 1200 hours, check out time is 1100 hours. Early check in / late checks out is subject to availability of rooms.
  7. Surcharge may applicable if travel in weekends.
  8. Cancellation charges would apply as per company policy.