Kurnool- India, 10 Interesting Places To Visit

Written By

Idhika Tejal

Sri Yaganti Swamy Temple is a beautiful Shiva temple that has been around since the 5th or 6th century. It is in Yaganti, which is in the city of Kurnool.

Yaganti Temple


The Rollapadu Nature Sanctuary is a great place to go if you like nature. The 614-square-kilometer Rollapadu Wildlife Sanctuary has been a popular vacation spot for a long time 

Rollapadu Nature Sanctuary


The igneous rock formations in Oravakallu Rock Garden make it a nice place to visit. Nearly 20 km from the centre of the city

Oravakallu Rock Garden


The Mahanandi is another beautiful place to go if you want to be close to nature. It is surrounded by thick forests, and the trails nearby are some of the best in the whole country



The Kurnool area is where you can find the Belum Caves, which are the largest and longest cave system in India. 

Belum Caves


Kurnool Fort is one of the best places to visit in Kurnool and a popular place for tourists to visit. It is near Kurnool Railway Station, which is convenient.

Konda Reddy Fort


Another ancient temple in Kurnool is the Ahobilam temple. This temple honours Lord Narasimha in all nine of his forms, making it one of the few such places in the world.

Ahobilam Temple


In the 16th century, after Abdul Wahab Khan died, the city of Kurnool was built. He was called the first Nawab.

Abdul Wahab Mausoleum


One of the most well-known places in Kurnool is the Venugopala Swamy Temple. Near Krishna Raja Sagara, near Hosa Kannambadi, lies the Venugopala Swamy Temple

Venugopala Swamy Temple


Mantralayam is on the banks of the Tungabhadra River. It is about 74 kilometres from the Kurnool district and close to the border with Karnataka