Sadasiva Kona Falls near Tirupati on the Eastern Ghats

Sadasiva Kona falls is situated off the Puttur-Tirupati road in Chittor District, Andhra Pradesh, India. Its situated at around 10 kilometers distance from Majjiga Gunta.

Sadasiva Kona falls

Sadasiva Kona falls near Puttur, Tirupathi.

Sadasiva Kona falls is situated inside forest area. Amma Kona (Goddess Falls) is another falls  situated very close to Sadasiva Kona falls.

There is a temple dedicated to Lord Sadasiva (incarnation of Lord Shiva) along with his wife Goddess Kamakshi, near to the waterfalls. It is believed that hte King of Karvetinagaram constructed this temple. Maha Shivaratri is the main festival celebrated here at this temple. Lot of Lord Shiva devotees throng to the temple on that day.

Ammavari Kona and Ayyavari Kona are two other nearby falls to Sadasiva Kona waterfalls.

There are no shops anywhere near this area. You need to bring water, snacks,food, etc.

You do not require any permits to go here. If you have a Hanumex All Seasons Waterproof Adult Sleeping Bag for Camping, Hiking And Adventure Trips, you may stay here in the night.

How Do I Go to Sadasiva Kona Falls?

Puttur  is the nearest major town to Sadasiva Kone falls. Puttur  is at around 33 kilometers from Tirupati Temple town. There is a railway station at Puttur town.

Buses are available from Putter private bus station (near Puttur railway station) to the falls, at 2 hours intervals. You need to get down at Nagileru bus stop. It may take around 45 minutes to reach Nagileru bus stop by bus. Sadasiva Kone falls is at around 2.5 kilometers distance from the bus route.

Uthukkottai, the border town on the Tamilnadu – Andhra Pradesh inter state border, is at around 34 kilometers away from the falls. Bengaluru is at around 250 kilometers and Chennai at around 100 kilometers from Sadasiva Kona waterfalls.

Kailasakona Waterfalls is another major falls at around 27 kilometers from Sadasiva Kona falls.

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