Telangana region is home to some of the dense forest regions that host nature’s paradise at its best. Jayashankar-Bhupalpally district in particular has some of the most dense forest cover in the region and is hence well known for its pristine nature.
Bogatha Waterfall is one such splendid waterfall located in Koyaveerapuram G, Wazeedu Mandal in the state of Telangana. Tourists get enthralled by visiting this beautiful waterfall located in the dense forest. In order to explore this most beautiful and attractive waterfall, you need to take time off to visit this exotic destination. It is an amazing waterfall, considered to be the 2nd largest waterfall of Telangana region.
Termed as the Mini Niagara of Telangana, the stream originates at Nallam devigutta, about 50 km from the Chhattisgarh border. Once it enters Telangana, it is described as Palavagu or Chikupally vagu. It was earlier called as Bandam Vaagu and locals consider the waterfall point to be very deep. It is formed on the Chikupally Vagu which merges with the Godavari River. The water drops here from a height of over 30 feet through many parallel streams, forming a large pool at the bottom of this magnificent water fall. There is an old Anjaneya Swamy temple located close to the picturesque waterfall.
Tourists need to trek for some distance in order to reach the waterfall. There are many tourists coming here on weekends to explore this place while Telangana Tourism is taking several measures to promote tourism and water sports activities in this destination.
How to Reach
The waterfall is located nearly 120 km from the town of Bhadrachalam. It is situated nearly 140 km from Warangal and 329 km from the city of Hyderabad. The newly built Eturunagaram Bridge on NH 202 has considerably reduced the distance from 440 km to 329 km.
Where to Stay
Although there is ample water flow throughout the year, ideal time for visiting the waterfall is between June & November.