Talakona Waterfalls Tirupati

Talakona Waterfalls

Located at a distance of 49 kilometers from Chittoor, Tirumala Temple, Talakona Waterfalls is one of the highest waterfalls in the country. With white streams of water falling from a height of 270 feet, Talakona waterfalls present a breathtaking view amid serene natural surroundings. The term Talakona means head-hill. It's derived from Telugu word, Tala means head while Kona means hill, signifying the'head of Seshachalam hills'.

There are many beliefs associated with Talakona waterfalls. It is thought that Talakona waterfall has curative qualities, its water that flows through a variety of medicinal and herbal plants, has the power of curing many diseases. Its natural beauty allures many photographers who would come to see Talakona waterfalls photos. Originating from Seshachalam Hills, this waterfall is found in the Sri Venkateswara National Park, which will be another area comprising of Talakona tourism. This place also makes for an ideal picnic spot, where tourists can spend several moments of comfort amid the best of settings.

Devotees, after looking for the blessings of Lord Venkateswara at Tirupati Balaji Temple, visit Talakona waterfalls; its own refreshing attractiveness rejuvenates everyone. Those who enjoy adventure can also trek to the waterfall as there are many trek routes to the waterfall. Trekkers may also encounter many temples, that are situated in and around mountains. It is believed that saints used to meditate in such caves. The hiking route is in the Lord Siddeswara Swamy Temple, which is situated quite close to the waterfall. Constructed 1811 AD, with a devotee Appa Swamy, it is frequently visited by pilgrims. The trek from the temple into the Talakona waterfall could be covered in 30 minutes throughout the woods; the distance is about 2 kilometers.

There's also lodging facility available here around Talakona waterfalls. There are various hotels and resorts in Talakona, including a TTD guest house as well. There is a Forest Guesthouse, offering a comfortable stay amid the natural beauty of this dense woods. Tourists can spend a few quiet days in the company of wild animals and lush greenery, while at precisely the exact same time get darshan of deities in various temples of Tirupati.