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This route starts from two places of which, one is from Siddhavatam and other is from Alampuram and both are the Gateways of Srisailam. Siddhavatam is the southern Gateway and is in present Kadapa District and Alampuram is the western Gateway and is now in Mahaboobnagar district. In this route Atmakur is the junction to which pilgrim reach through Nandyal from Siddhavatam and by crossing the river Tungabhadra from Alampuram. They travel from Atmakur to small villages of Krishnapuram, Venkatapuram, Siddhpura, and to Nagalooty and up to this the journey is on plains. Nagalooty is a place of temple complex that dates to Vijayanagara period.
Reaching Bheemuni Kolanu:
To reach Bheemuni Kolanu, you to take the mud road opposite to Phaaladhara Panchadhara for about 5kms to reach Kailasa Dwaram and park the vehicle. From here you have to climb down three hills and in the bottom of the third hill you’ll find Bheemuni Kolanu. One has to check with the local Forest authorities to plan a trip to Bheemuni Kolanu.
Where to stay:
There are plenty of options available for stay at Srisailam. The other nearest option is Sundipenta where one can get private hotels and lodges.