Palamaner is located in the Chittoor district of the south Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Also know by the name Palamaneru, this small town is home to many tourist attactions including the famous Ganganna Sirrasu Waterfalls.

Places to visit

  • Ganganna Sirassu Falls : Ganganna Sirassu Falls Nellipatla, which is situated at Koundinya Wild Life Sanctuary, is close to Palamner. Water cascades down from a height of 600 feet here. The falls are five kilometers away from the settlement of Nellipatla, which is close to Sanctuary. At the boundary of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka is Palamner. The best time to see these falls is during the rainy season, which is from October through January. The flow will be good at this period .
  • Distance: Ganganna sirassu falls is 10 kilometres away from Palamaner

  • Kaigal Falls : The Kaigal Falls are tucked away in Andhra Pradesh's Chittoor district, among the Koundinya Wildlife Sanctuary. The Kaigal hamlet, which surrounds the waterfall, gave it its name.Kaigal falls are perennial and are known locally as Dumukurallu waterfalls (a Telugu word meaning a sound that sounds like stones falling from above). Water falls from a height of around 40 feet and divides the waterfall into three cascading falls. At the bottom, the water creates a number of little pools.
  • Distance: Kaigal falls is 30 kilometres away from palamaner

  • Ganesh temple: A Hindu celebration honoringGanesha's birth is called Ganesh Chaturthi, also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi or VinayakaChavithi. The Hindu lunisolar calendar month Bhadrapada, which commonly corresponds to the months of August or September on the Gregorian calendar, begins on the fourth day of the festival, which lasts for ten days. Installation of clay Ganesha idols, either privately in houses or publicly on elaborate pandals, marks the event. Vedic hymns and Hindu literature including the Ganapati Upanishad, as well as prayers and vrata, are chanted during the observation period.
  • Distance: Ganesh temple is 21 kilometres away from Palamaner

  • Horsley Hills: The term "Horsley Hills" refers to a hill town that perfectly combines the allure of Andhra Pradesh with the allure of the hills. Thus, it is frequently referred to as Andhra's Ooty. This incredible natural wonder is recognized for its beautiful sceneries and is located at an astounding height of 4312 meters.This location, also known as YenugullaMallamma Konda, is the location of the oldest and biggest Eucalyptus tree. There are 113 different bird species in the dense wooded areas that flank it. Horsley Konda's gorgeous surroundings provide as a venue for a variety of adventure sports and pursuits, including trampolining, shooting, bow and arrow, wall climbing, water walking, rappelling, swimming pool, fish bath, and a small zoo.
  • Distance: Horsley Hills is 73 kilometres away from Palamaner

How to Reach

  • Palamaner Area Airports Timur Airport is Nearby at 114 km. Stations Connecting to Palamaner by Rail Chittoor 45 KM away in Andhra Pradesh, Chittoor. Siddampalli Andhra Pradesh, Chittoor, and Gudipala are close to palamaner .

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