Kailasakona Falls Complete Guide
Kailasakona Falls Complete Details
Kailasanatha Kona is located in Narayanavanam Mandal, Chittor District, Andhra Pradesh. Kailasantha Kona is well known as a Kaliasa Kona. A temple of Lord Shiva and Parvathi is seen nearby. This waterfall is having a height of around 40 feet. This falls is second highest falls in the district. The specialty of the falls is that, there is water all through the year. Before some years, people use to drink water from this falls as it use to have many medicinal values, but as the years passed, the perennial ponds, which is at the top of the hill and the source of the falls has been polluted by visitors and a has become a huge dump yard. Also, before the waterfalls and the temple was administered and maintained by local authorities, but now its under private people, due to which maintenance, safety, cleanliness and spirituality has been damaged in this area.
Opening Timings of the Kailsa Kona Waterfalls:
The falls is opened from morning 06.00 AM to evening 6.00 PM
Directions to Kailsa Kona Waterfalls:
Kailasakona Falls or Kone Falls is situated on the Uttukottai – Puttur – Tirupathi road. The main falls can be easily reached by private transport. There is ample space for more than 10 cars to be parked at the car parking. From the car parking, the main falls can be reached by 3 to 5 minutes walk, through well laid steps. This path is illuminated at night.
How to reach from Tirupathi:
- Tirupathi to Kailasakona would be 44 km. Bus transport is available from Puttur.
- Bus route: Tirupathi to Satyavedu and need to get off at Kalisakona road stop to reach.
- Train route: Tirupathi to Puttur and reach Puttur bus stop for direct buses and other alternatives.
How to reach from Chennai:
- Chennai to Kailasakona would be 70 km. One should take a bus towards Puttur or Tirupati and Should get off at the point.
- Bus route: Chennai to Tiruapthi or Chennai to Puttur and need to get off at Kalisakona road stop to reach.
- Train route: Chennai to Puttur and reach Puttur bus stop for direct buses and other alternatives.
Dont’s at the Waterfalls:
- Please dont drop plastic wastage or any wastage which effects the environment as we need to preserve it for our future generations.
- Dont search other wwaterfalls sources or small falls, as pointed our by some sources as its not completely safe.
- Dont encourage unspiritual activities or any pollution causing activities in the area.
- Dont climb up the mountain and there is huge police watch for this purpose in this area.