About Maredumilli :
Escape into the deep forest of mother nature at maredumilli. here forest department divide area into 7 places like jala tarangini, jungle star, jingle bells etc., one of the best spot to hangout with your friends and family. you can visit the coffee plantations and taste the famous bamboo chiken. The area is having many streams flowing over the undulating rocks in the deep woods and any visitor feel thrilling experience in the Nature. The Eco-tourism project is managed by the local indigenous tribal community of Valamuru, Somireddypalem and Valmeekipeta Vana Samrkshana Samithi people with the active support of Andhra Pradesh Forest Department. The project was successfully completed in a short span of time due to the commitment of the highly motivated community participation coupled with the timely financial assistance from the World Bank aided Andhra Pradesh Community Forest Management Project. This also provided unique opportunity to the native ethnic community to spread the message of conservation to the masses.The jungle star campsite is located adjoining the Valamuru river with the stream flowing on 3 sides overlooking the Vali-Sugriva Konda which is believed to be the battle ground of the Vali-Sugriva during the Ramayana period.
About Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple , Korukonda :
This is an 14th Century ancient and historical temple and also a Vyshnava Divya Kshetra. The daily rituals are being performed according to Vyshnava – Vyghanasa Agama Sastra.There are two temples out of which one is Swayambuvu and another is Prathista Deity. The Swayambhuvu is situated in about 120 mts. height having about 615 steps which are very keen and because of this keen formation of the hill the village is named as “Korukonda”.The deity which is a Swayambhuvu appears in a holy place at the top of the hill measuring about 9 inches.
About Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple, Tantikonda :
It was built in 1950’s. 250 feet apx height mountain. The temple resembles tirupathi as govindarajullu & Mangadevi temple below the Hill. You can see lord venkateswaras real feet here. Definately you will get peace if you visit here once. Hill view is outstanding here.
About Kadiyam Nursery :
Rajahmundry’s Kadiyam is very famous for nurseries. Moving plants and flower to somany countries everyday like singapore, malaysia etc.,
About Dindi :
Once up on a time no one knows the place dindi. Few years back Andhra Pradesh tourism developed there as the name of dindi resort.
About Antervedi :
Lakshmi Narasimha Temple is situated in temple town named Antarvedi of Sakhinetipalle Mandal, located in the East Godavari district of the Andhra Pradesh state in India. The temple is situated at the place where the Bay of Bengal and Vashista Godavari, a tributary of the Godavari River, meet. It was built in the 15th and 16th centuries.
About Vadapalli :
It is famous for sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple for the Hindu deity. Every year sri swamy vari thirtham hold an annual ceremony. Bhramostavam is performed on a grand scale. Vadapalle is situated in the banks of Godvari in East Godavari district and is situated 10 km from Ravulapalem which is a main junction and we can reach by Buses, Autos etc., The deity is made of Erachandanam wood. Here, Sri venkateswara swamy is also called as Kalyana Venkateswara. The Bhramostavam is celebrated for 10 days. People from neary by villages and cities and also from far places visit this temple during Bhramostavam and also in normal days.it is 24 KMs distance from rajahmundry via bobbarlanka and 9 KMs from Ravulapalem via lolla.it is femiliar in konaseema and its called as “konaseema tirupati” .Every Saturday so many devotees visit this temple.
About Ryali :
Ryali is situated in East Godavari district (Atreyapuram Mandalam) of Andhrapradesh – India. This area is also called KonaSeema, a purely well irrigated area of Andhrapradesh due to many tributories of river Godavari. The famous Sri Jagan Mohini (Sri Maha Vishnu) temple is situated here. The shrine of Sri Jagan Mohini Keshava Swamy is made up of single stone (Salagrama Ekashila – 5 feet height and 3ft width). The idol looks like Sri Vishnu (male) from front side and as Mohini (female) from rear side. The architectural beauty of the idol and temple is excellent. The flow of Akasha Ganga at the feet of Sri Maha Vishnu can be seen here. This place was purely a wild forest during 11th century and was ruled by Cholas. Raja Vikrama Deva originally constructed a small temple during 11th century and later renovated. In local language (Telugu) Ryali means FALL. As per Bhagavatam, Lord Vishnu takes the guise of Mohini to rescue Devatas against Rakshasas during Samudra Mathana for getting Amrutam (holy devine nectar). During equally distributing the Amrutam among Devatas and Rakshasas, Mohini works in favour of Devatas and avoids the nectar by giving to Rakshasas. Lord Eshwara (Shiva) sees Mohini and falls in love with her. Lord Shiva comes to know that Mohini is the guise of Lord Vishnu when a flower falls from the plait of Mohini. This place where the flower has fallen is named RYALI meaning FALL in Telugu. In Ryali Lord Shiva is worshipped as Uma Kamandaleswara because on the back side Lord Brahma Consecrated the Siva Lingam with his Kamandalam. The Mahavishnu is consecrated as Mohini at the back side and hence worshipped as Sri Jaganmohini Keshava Swamy. The temples of Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu face each other in East and West direction, a rare feature to see at Ryali. The shrine of Sri Jaganmohini is a joy to see. The ten incornations of Lord Sri Vishnu and consorts are beautifully sculptured around the shrine. The temple timings are from 6.00am to 12.00noon and from 3.00pm to 8.00pm. No photography allowed inside the temple.
About Ainavalli :
According to the “KSHETRA PURANA” of this place which was supposedly written here, Daksha Prajapathi was supposed to have performed puja of Lord Vinayaka at this place praying and asking for the successful completion of performing Daksha Yagna According to another legend, it is said that Vyasa Maharshi installed a Ganapathi idol here before starting his tour of South India, thus establishing the temple with magnificent gopurams and gateways. Built in a large, extended, and upraised area, this temple has two gopurams (towers) sculpted skillfully with tales and idols related to the deity present in the temple. One can access this temple from two sides i.e. from the south and from the east. One can approach from the south where it leads one to the shrine of the presiding deity Sri Siddhi Vinayaka Swamy and from the east one can approach Sri Vishveshwara Swamy. The presiding deity, Sri Siddhi Vinayaka Swamy has been installed in a unique way i.e. in the Southwest corner facing the South direction. It is believed that if one installs Sri Siddhi Vinayaka Swamy facing in the south direction, it brings wealth and prosperity. Apart from the shrine of the presiding deity Sri Siddhi Vinayaka Swamy, there are also other shrines which have been installed and are situated in this temple premises. There is ashrine of Annapurna Devi along with Sri Vishveshwara Swamy which faces east. To the right side of this shrine is the shrine of Sri Keshava Swamy along with his consort Sri Bhoo Devi. To the left side of Annapurna Devi along with Sri Vishveshwara Swamy shrine, there is a shrine of Sri Annapurna Devi which faces south. In the northeast corner of the temple, there is a shrine of Sri Kala Bhairava Swamy which faces east, and is the Kshetra Palaka.