Papikondalu is located in Andhra Pradesh, India. Papi kondalu are distributed between East Godavari, West Godavari and Khammam district. Papikondalu is part of eastern ghats through which Godavari river pierces and flows in twists and turns towards east. Papikondalu is also known as Papi Hills, the original name for this hill was ‘Papidi Kondalu’. Papidi is a rough translation for partition in Telugu.
Papikondalu is covered by tropical rain forests and deciduous rain forests. Visiting Papikondalu is an adventures trip. The beautiful scenery of Papi kondalu, the waterfalls at Munivaatam, and the peaceful atmosphere at this tribal area give a pleasant look and peace to visitors, making it a special attraction for tourists. The idol of Shiva under serpent shade was installed in Munivaatam.
The most popular route to reach Papi kondalu is through Rajahmundry, East Godavari District. There is also a twisted Ghat road of 35 km to reach Papi kondalu though Polavaram, via Shinganna Palli and Vadapalli.
Best Time To Visit Papikondalu
The best time to visit PapiKondalu is from October to January while the Peak Season is from November to December. Usually Papikondalu is visited from Rajahmundry as a day trip or two day trip with night stay at Kollur Camp.