By now you must have known what all you would get to see in Nizamabad. Apart from the sightseeing trips, there are many nice tourist places to see around the city. These excursions would include splendidly designed monuments, ancient temples, spectacular sights, cascading watercourses and lush green gardens. Amidst all such interesting places, Nizamabad would offer you all this and much more to make your trip really an unforgettable one.
Bodhan is an industrial town, about 32 km from Nizamabad. It is known
for housing remnants of structures, constructed by various rulers of
different dynasties. The renowned Deval Masjid (mosque) is sited here.
Being an important historical site, Bodhan attracts thousands of
Manchippa, a village submerged in natural beauty, is located 18 km from
Nizamabad. This picturesque village has a huge reservoir, which has
facilities of boating. People from all the nearby villages and towns
come here to enjoy the scenic beauty. Away from the hustle and bustle of
daily life, Manchippa offers perfect surroundings for those seeking
Domakonda Fort is a fine specimen of defense architecture. This
impregnable fort was renovated by the Reddy rulers in the 18th century.
It had been under the possession of the Qutub Shahis and the Asaf Jahis
at different times. Strong fortifications and numerous bastions made
this fort unconquerable.
In 1931, Ali Sagar - a huge reservoir - was constructed by the Nizam.
Amidst hillocks and beautiful flower gardens, Ali Sagar has become the
centre of attraction amongst the people of nearby areas. It is situated
at a distance of 10 km from Nizamabad. Boating is an added attraction at
this eco-tourism site.
Limbadri Gutta (Hills)
About 55 km from Nizamabad, Limbadri Hill presents a panoramic view of
the landscape. It is also known for Narasimha Swamy Temple, where a
grand celebration is observed, from Kartika Sudda Thadiya to Trayodasi.
Along with spectacular scenes, the hill offers moments of quietude and
An ideal destination for trekking, Mallaram Forest is to be found at a
distance of 7 km from Nizamabad. It has a variety of trees, plants and
herbs. For eco-tourism, Mallaram is the perfect place entrenched in
natural splendor. A pagoda and a view-point tower are the main
attractions inside the forest.
Rock Formations-Armoor Road
Armoor is a natural stopover for the traffic on the highway. This site
boasts of hillock of boulders, resultant of natural weathering over 1.45
billion years. Navanatha Siddeswara Temple is sited on top of the hill.
According to the folklores, Navanathas or Siddhas (revered sages) still
reside in the natural caves of these hillocks. A gorge nearby is
believed to have curative properties in its waters.