How to go to Bhadrachalam

How to reach Bhadrachalam By Bus-Car-Taxi-Train

Reaching Bhadrachalam: Bhadrachalam City is situated 120 kms from Khammam town in the Khammam District of Andhra Pradesh. This temple town is well connected to and from all major cities in state and from other parts of the country. There are regular buses from other parts of Khammam, Vijayawada, Hyderabad, Hanumakonda and Rajahmundry that ply to Bhadrachalam. From Hyderabad, you have good Hi-Tech buses. Tirupati, Srisailam, Hanumakonda, Amalapuram, Vijayanagaram, Basara, Eluru are other places from where you have regular APSRTC bus facility. From Hyderabad, Bhadrachalam is at a distance of 370 kms and takes nearly 7-8 hours to reach. From Rajahmundry, Bhadrachalam is at a distance of 164 kms and takes nearly 4 ½ hour to reach. From Vijayawada, Bhadrachalam is 205 kms away and takes nearly 5 hours to reach. From Chennai, take any train towards Delhi, which stops at Khammam. All the trains from Chennai to Vijayawada stop at Bhadrachalam. 

The best way is to drive down from either of these places, as the roads are good. As the town is in close vicinity of the Godavari River, during rainy or winter season you also have an option of travelling here by launch from Rajahmundry that gives you one of the memorable experiences. This route is about 150 kms (nearly 8 hours of journey) and you can enjoy the beautiful scenic beauty. On the small hills that come on the way, you can see some of the tribal communities that made these hills their destination. While on your journey on water, you can also halt and camp on the riverside in tents.

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very nice places... added by   kvramesh on Jul 17 2013
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