Nallanmala Hills well known as a Hill station for its grand magnificence and extraordinary beauty. It is also famous by the name of Nallamalla Range and forms a part of Eastern Ghats. The most elevated crest of the Nallamala Hills is the 2,835 ft high Sikhareswaram. The fundamental settlement of Nallanmala Hills is Chenchu Tribe. Many parts of these extents are still unexplored and have tribal settlements in uneven area, which are unwilling to take-up acculturated life.

Activities: Trekking, Nature Walk and many more.

Best Places to Visit:

Mahanandi: A town situated toward the east of the Hills, inside of the vicinity of which one finds nine rather adored holy places of Nandi, of which the Mahanandi is one. The celebration of Mahashivratri is commended here with incredible pomp and show.

Cumbum Lake: Cumbum Lake belongs to the mid fifteenth century A.D. It is one amongst the most established artificial lake in Asia. The picturesque excellence of the lake and the dam draws in awesome number of travelers towards it.

Srisailam: Srisailam is a beautiful spot situated on the River Krishna and utilized as a site for hydroelectric power project. Here, there is an old temple devoted to Lord Shiva is also. The spot is likewise popular for a sacred pool called Nemaligundam or the Peacock Pool.

Mallela Theertham Waterfall: Mallela Theertham Waterfall is a dazzling tourist spot sitauted in a valley nestled in the dense Nallanmala forest range. A genuine endowment of nature, this waterfall keeps running down with all its vitality, making its own way through the heart of thick dense forest or dark-leaved jungles.

Ahobilam: Ahobilam is a popular pilgrimage center situated at at height of 3000 feet above the sea level in the Kurnool District of Andhra Pradesh. In the midst of thick Nallamala Forest, Ahobilam is one of the 108 Divya Desams. Here, Lord Narasimha venerated in 9 unique structures and isolate temples which has its own unique exist for every one of its structure and since the time it is also renowned as Nava Narasimha Kshetra.
Best Season To Visit: Throughout the year