Time to queue up at Bogatha waterfalls

The stream has got plenty of water for this season as it was raining in the upper catchment areas of the stream in Bhadradri Kothagudem district and the other places in the neighbouring Chattisgarh State for the past couple of days

By Author   |   Published: 14th Jun 2018   12:41 am
Telangana’s Niagara
The Bogatha waterfalls generally receives heavy inflows during the start of monsoon and offers a breathtaking view.

Jayashankar Bhupalpally: Here’s some good news for those who are planning to visit the Bogatha waterfall, also known as Telangana’s Niagara.  They can now visit the place and enjoy the spectacular view of the waterfall as the Cheekupally stream, on which the fall is located, has already started receiving good inflows.  Though the water flows throughout the year, the stream generally receives heavy inflows during the monsoon and offers a breathtaking view.

Meanwhile, the stream has got plenty of water for this season as it was raining in the upper catchment areas of the stream in Bhadradri Kothagudem district and the other places in the neighbouring Chattisgarh State for the past couple of days. Eco-tourism district coordinator Kalyanapu Suman said that they had been taking several steps for the benefit of the tourists visiting the Bogatha waterfall.

Located about 160 km away from Warangal city and 300 km from Hyderabad on National Highway 163 (Hyderabad – Bhopalpatnam) near Koyaveerapuram village in Wazeedu mandal in Jayashankar Bhupalpally district, the Bogatha waterfall has been witnessing a steady rise in tourist footfall ever since a high-level bridge across Godavari river near Eturunagaram was thrown open two years ago.