Papi Kondalu is a hill range in Khammam district of Andhra Pradesh, India. Papi kondalu are distributed among Khammam, East Godavari and West Godavari districts. Andhra Pradesh, India. Papi kondalu are distributed among Khammam, East Godavari and West Godavari districts. The entrance of Papi Kondalu can be seen from Koruturu (West Godavari District).
The original name for this hill range was ‘Papidi Kondalu’. Papidi is a rough translation for partition in Telugu. Since this range looks like a well-designed partition that splits river Godavari, this name was coined.
Papikondalu hills are one of the most visited tourist attraction in Andhra Pradesh. The scenery, including the waterfalls at Munivaatam, and the peaceful atmosphere at this tribal area make this area a tourist attraction.
The idol of Shiva under serpent shade was installed in Munivaatam of Khammam district. The village Peranta palli is in this area. Swami Balananda was involved in uplifting the tribal of the region.
The most popular route to reach Papi kondalu is through Bhadrachalam of Khammam district or Rajahmundry of East Godavari District by boat. It is 300 km from Hyderabad, India and 6 hours from Bhadrachalam.
How to Reach this place:
Bhadrachalam to Papi Hills = 2 km
Rajamandry to Papi Hills = 198 km by Road
Rajamandry to Papi Hills available special botes in different packages.