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Yadagiri Gutta-Warangal Tour : 2 D / 1 N ( Tour Code : AP 06 )

Special rates are defined for this tour from 15-Dec-2013 to 04-Jan-2014. Please contact us for more details.

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Note:All distance and timings featured are approximate. All tours are subject to terms and conditions as mentioned in our brochures. Tour Code AP 06 This tour Single Adult in a room has to pay extra Rs. 1,100-in Standard & Rs. 1,600 - in Deluxe Packages Prices are valid till March 2012.
Type of Vehicles Apr-2014 To Mar-2015
Standard Deluxe
Car 2 Pax `6699.00
`6029.10
`7199.00
`6479.10
3-4 Pax `4699.00
`4229.10
`5199.00
`4679.10
Innova 4-5 Pax `4999.00
`4499.10
`5499.00
`4949.10
6-7 Pax `4299.00
`3869.10
`4699.00
`4229.10
Tempo Traveller 8-9 Pax `2899.00
`2609.10
`3699.00
`3329.10
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1Departure to Yadagiri Gutta (60 kms. / 2 hrs.) The Lakshminarasimha Swamy Temple of Yadagiri Gutta, situated majestically top of the hill. Also visit Surendrapuri - Mythological museum. It has got sculptures fascinating events of Puranas like Ramayana, Mahabharata etc., Departure to Warangal (95 kms. / 2 hrs.) Transfer Hotel. Visit Badrakali Temple.Overnight Stay.
2After breakfast Visit Warangal Fort constructed during the legendary Kakatiya period in the 13th century, Ramappa Temple, Thousand Pillar built in 1156 AD by Rudra Dev a Kakatiya dynasty king. Departure to Kolanupak (80 kms. / 2 hrs.) Jain Temple has Black colored idol of Bhagwan Adinatha in the semi padmasana posture. Departure to Hyderabad (70 kms. / 2 hrs.). Tour Concludes.

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Transport by Non A.C vehicle in Standard package & A.C vehicle in Deluxe Package as per the above itinerary. Hotel accommodation on twin sharing basisIn case of 3 persons a room with one extra bed will be provided All Road taxes,Toll taxes & Parking fee. Driver Reward.
Air Train fare. Guide & Entry fee during sight seeing Boating Horse ride etc. Portages, Laundry, Food, Tips, Liquor exp. 3.09% Govt. Service Tax. Any other item not specified in “Cost Includes”.
Warangal
Warangal: Also known as Orugallu and Ekasila Nagaram, Warangal is located 148 kilometres northeast of the state capital of Hyderabad. Warangal metropolitan area is a combination of three cities namely, Warangal, Hanamakonda and Kazipet. Warangal hosts the congregation bi-annually, and approximately 6 million people gather around the small village of Medaram and its adjacent stream/rivulet. This fair is said to be the largest repeating aggregation of tribal communities in the whole world.
Surendrapuri
Surendrapuri: Surendrapuri is a museum located 60km from Hyderabad, and is also known as Mythological Awareness Center. It was established to create an awareness of Hindu mythology, by Kunda Satyanarayana in memory of his son Surendra. It contains full sized replicas of almost all the important Hindu temples and the architecture of the temple inside makes one feel as if one is in the actual holy place itself. The sculptures are displayed in open air indoors; depending on the size of the replica.
Yadagiri Gutta
Yadagiri Gutta: Sri Lakshminarasimha Swamy Temple is a popular Hindu Temple of Narasimha Swamy, who is considered as an incarnation Lord Vishnu. The temple is situated on a hillock in the Nalgonda district, Andhra Pradesh. 60 kilometers from the city of Hyderabad, huge numbers of devotees visit the temple on Sundays. The temple is quite popular and is busy throughout the year. The annual brahmotsavam event is held in March and includes Yedurkolu, The Celestial Wedding and Divya Vimana Rathotsavam.
kulpak
kulpak: Also known as Kolanpak, kulpak in the Nalgonda is about 20 km from Jangaon, a famous pilgrimage center for Jain people and it has much historical background. When the Jain religion dominated in India, most of the tourists from different places visited Kulpak. At that time most of the Jains settled in Jangaon, things got changed from time to time and people started calling it "Jangaon". Kulpak's history starts in 1st century A.D. and that’s what is found in archaeological sculptures.
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