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The Kothapally waterfalls is a waterfall near the southeastern coast of India at Gangaraju Madugula, near P...
The Kothapally waterfalls is a waterfall near the southeastern coast of India at Gangaraju Madugula, near Paderu in the Visakhapatnam district of Andhra Pradesh. The falls were only recently discovered by a village boy, Vanthala Abbi It’s time to treat your eyes with one of the best waterfalls on your Vizag tour. Situated 30 km away from Paderu village, 45 km away from Lambasingi and 60 km away from Araku, Kothapally Waterfalls is a great place for vacationers to enjoy the peace of nature at its best. A must-visit tourist attraction for solo travellers, couples and families, Kothapally Waterfalls is a place that lets you admire a good stream of water flow along with its unexplored and undisturbed beauty. Named after a village named as Kothapally, the cascading waterfalls are gorgeous, beautiful and worth-seeing, attracting thousands of people every year from different aspects of life. Unlike other places, it is a lesser-known destination in Visakhapatnam that has become a go-to spot for a half-day excursion and is a favourite picnic base for families with children. Take some time off to visit the nearby strawberry farms when you’re at Kothapally Waterfalls. Here, the strawberries are grown organically and are indeed big in size. You will also find several vendors selling strawberries at reasonable prices. Enjoy a short stroll to Madugula on your way and discover the rich flavours of Halwa. Widely famous for its taste, the Halwa at Madugula is prepared in a traditional way, without the usage of machines. Last but not the least, the coffee plantations on both sides of Kothapally Waterfalls provides you with a view, which is hard to miss! And how can you resist yourself from sampling the coffee here? It is sure to refresh your mind! The Kothapally waterfalls are surrounded by Chintapalle Mandal to the south, Paderu Mandal to the east, Venus Bayalu Mandal to the north and Madugula Mandal to the ea