Srisailam is located at a distance of around 213 km from Hyderabad. A holy town in Andhra Pradesh, Srisailam is well-connected to Hyderabad by roadways. However, the best way to reach Srisailam from Hyderabad is by car, a journey of about 4 hours. The places covered between Hyderabad and Srisailam are Hyderabad â 63 km -> Amangalâ 40 km ->Vangoorâ113 km -> Srisailam. Several filling stations and petrol pumps are located on the route. Some eateries serving vegetarian food and several hotels, restaurants and hospitals are also located on the way to Srisailam.
Transport options from Hyderabad to Srisailam
Hyderabad to Srisailam By Car: Hire a cab or rent a car to reach Srisailam, which takes around 4 hours. Approximate cost of cab per kilometre ranges from INR10 to INR40, depending upon the showtype of car. Ideal for group travel and while travelling with families and kids.
Hyderabad to Srisailam By Bus: Take a direct Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) bus from Hyderabad to Srisailam, which takes around 7 hours. The Srisailam bus stand is located in the city centre. Economical and ideal for individual travellers and backpackers.
Srisailam was just an awesome place for all those who love nature. Overall a very good experience. It was very pleasant, if you go once you will like it. The road way has got good number of sharp bends and the journey was very nice. Try to be in Munnar by 5.00 am.
Our trip was during holidays, so it was hard to get the reservations. Bus quality was OK. We started from Hyderabad at 23:00 hrs. Distance between the points is around 230 km but as the road passes through Nagarjun Sagar Srisailam Tiger Reserve which is kept closed at night (21:00 hrs to 06:00 hrs) there was a night halt in between.
Travelling by RTC was just good and the bus came late actually than the said time. Bus has good seating and a nice TV. The route in which we travelled was too good. We had a good halt station and we took a refreshing gap in-between the journey. The food at halt was not so good and also not so bad.
Srisailam is the place of Lord Shiva, it was located besides Krishna River and the temple is very pleasant. If you go once you would like it. The road way has got number of sharp bends and the forest area looked nice. Monkeys were sitting on the roads and the trip was enjoyable. Ten friends went to Srisailam Ghat and road driving was like a cruise and we enjoyed a lot. Dindi Cheruvu was looking awesome.
Since we planned to visit this place on Mahasivarathri day, there was heavy traffic. But we have not experienced any inconvenience. We had nice stay and nice darshan. This is the second time that we visited this place. About 30 years ago we visited on a week day, and it was a very comfortable visit then.
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