Mallaram forest is situated at a distance of 8 kilometers to the south-west of Nizamabad town. The forest is now getting a facelift as an Eco-tourism destination. Here the forest department has provided seating arrangements for tourists overlooking the Mallaram cheruvu. Ensconced in idyllic surroundings it is considered as perfect place for eco-tourism. The major attractions are forest treks, a pagoda and a tower which serves as a view point tower. The forest boasts of 1.45 billion years old rock that pulls you into lap of nature.
Tourists rate it as a perfect place for adventure tourism and fun filled picnics. It is a complete woody and dense forest, home to migratory birds and animals. The pristine surroundings, fresh air and chirping of birds, you may not ask for more! A perfect surrounding that rejuvenates your energies away from the hustle-bustle of urban lifestyle, it is a heritage structure that is conserved with care. According to geologists, the famous mushroom-shaped rock at Mallaram forest dates back 2000 million years ago which also has a rock pedestal that strikingly resembles the upper portion of a mushroom.
Presenting a panoramic view of the landscape Limbadri Gutta (Hills) along with spectacular scenes, the hill offers moments of quietude and solitude. Also known for Sri Narasimha Swamy Temple on the Linbadri Hill located in a Serene atmosphere. A grand celebration is observed, from Kartika Sudda Thadiya to Trayodasi.
About 55 km from Nizamabad
How to Reach
Mallaram forest is situated at a distance of nearly 8 kilometers to the south-west of Nizamabad town and is well accessible by road.
Where to eat
Haritha Indur Inn in Nizamabad town offers delicious fare for tourists with superior services.
Where to stay
Haritha Indur Inn in Nizamabad town is a popular draw with tourists here. The hotel attracts many tourists from Nizamabad, Hyderabad and even Maharashtra during weekends and holidays.