Best Tourist Attractions And Activities To Do In Nizamabad

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

This dam is a storage structure built over the Nizamabad region of Andhra Pradesh's Manjira River, a tributary of the River Godai.

Nizam Sagar Dam

Alisagar is 13 kilometres from Nizamabad. Alisagar, the Nizam of Hyderabad's 33-acre garden, has Flora, a wildlife park, and a lake.

Alisagar Deer Park

Ashoksagar, 7 kilometers from Nizamabad, epitomizes the town's peacefulness. The eco-friendly rock gardens are the main attraction.

Ashok Sagar Lake

Peddagutta's Badapahad Dargah is a Muslim pilgrimage place. The mosque was built in honour of Syed Sadullah Hussain at paidimal village

Bada Pahad Dargah

Nizamabad Fort has religious and historical significance for the region. 200 kilometers from Hyderabad, tourists can easily reach Nizamabad Fort.

Nizamabad Fort

Dichpally Ramalayam is near Nizamabad and Hyderabad. Dichpally Ramalayam temple was built by Kakatiya Kings in the 14th century.

Dichpally Ramalayam

Old jail on the way to the fort. Asaf Zahi used the jail. The fort intrigues Nizamabad visitors. As travelers go higher, they can see the surrounding area and Nizamabad city.

Quilla Temple

Pocharam Wildlife Sanctuary is an excellent woodland and life refuge 15 km from Medak & 115 km far Hyderabad, Telangana, India. 

Pocharam Sanctuary

Ali Sagar Reservoir is in Jankampet Hamlet. Yedlapally Mandal is a water reservoir with a large landscape built by the Nizam of Hyderabad.

Ali Sagar Dam

Sarangpur, 8 km from Nizamabad, has a Hanuman Temple. The temple's foundation stone was placed by Chhatrapati Shivaji's master, Samartha Ramadas.