In the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh's Tirupati district is the town of Sullurupeta.Greater flamingos, pelicans, seagulls, egrets, herons, a variety of ducks, and kites are among its most well-known residents.

Places to visit

  • Chengalamma temple : Goddess Chengalamma Parameswari appeared at the village of Sullurpeta on the Kolkata–Chennai route, and a temple was established there on the banks of the Kanlangi River. According to history, it was founded between the fourth and fifth century. She is also known as "Tenkali," the village deity. As time went on, she began to receive regular adoration from followers under the name Chengalamma. Many devotees attend "Chengalamma Jatara" in order to watch it (the fair).
  • Distance: Chengalamma temple is 1.8 kilometres away from sulluru

  • Pulicat Lake : The second-largest lagoon in the nation is Pulicat Lake. As the Pulicat Bird Sanctuary, this wonderful location is both a natural wonder and a haven for birds. The barrier island of Sriharikota, which is also a rocket launch site in India, separates the lake from the Bay of Bengal. Everyone can find something to enjoy at the Pulicat Lake, which is surrounded by glittering natural attractions and a hub of cutting-edge technology. Birds that flock to this area during the height of their mating season, which would be around October, find the glistening waters of Pulicat Lake to be the ideal home. During this time, a large range of birds can be seen here, including flamingos, painted storks, open-billed storks, and grey pelicans, among others. Many of these birds rely on the lake for food and reside in the nearby trees. This location is known as a bird sanctuary and is undoubtedly a bird lover's paradise because you may see birds in their natural habitat there. This is due to the excellent conditions that benefit the birds.
  • Distance: Pulicat Lake is 12 kilometres away from pulluru

  • Nelapattu Bird Sanctuary: The Nelapattu Bird Sanctuary in the Nellore District is every bird watcher's fantasy come true because it is renowned for being one of the most important pelican habitats in South-east Asia. This enthralling sanctuary lies situated outside of Nelapattu hamlet and spans a total area of roughly 459 hectares.Along with being an important location for the spot-billed pelicans to breed, the sanctuary is also home to important plant communities including the Barringtonia swamp forests and the southern dry evergreen scrub. Other species, including as white ibis, open-billed storks, night herons, and small cormorants, as well as the spot-billed pelican, also have significant nesting populations in the sanctuary. At the Nelapattu Bird Sanctuary, 189 different bird species, 50 of which are migratory, can be found. These migratory birds include gadwall, grey heron, black-winged stilt, spot-billed duck, common teal, and shoveler. In the year 1997, the Indian government designated it as a sanctuary.
  • Distance: Nelapattu Bird Sanctuary is 19 kilometres away from sulluru

How to Reach

  • By Air: You can frequently take a flight to Tirupati Airport in instead of Sullurupeta.63 kilometers separate you from Sullurupeta.
  • By Train: Regular trains go to Sullurupeta from other significant cities around the nation.

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