Tourism in Karimnagar, a city in the Indian state of Telangana is flourishing because of its rich history and noteworthy architecture. A fusion of both Persian and Telugu influences is highly evident in Karimnagar’s culture and traditions. Karimnagar offers many venues to keep you engaged throughout your vacation. Take in the picturesque beauty of the Lower Manair Dam and Mallareddypet Waterfalls, revel in nature’s beauty by visiting the Deer Park, the Manthani Reserve Forest and the Crocodile Conservation Park, be awestruck by man-made beauties such as Nampally Gutta, an ancient historical site with a humungous snake statue, and the Elgandal Fort that sits proud among the palm trees on the banks of the Manair River. You can relive the bygone years through its heritage sites like the Gandhi Centenary Museum that has stone tools, fossilized fish, coins, terracotta figurines and weapons. Also popular among tourists are the Sri Venkateswara temple, Markandaya temple and the Hanuman temple.

Best Time to Visit Karimnagar

In order to avoid the uncomfortable hot summer, the best time to visit Karimnagar would be between November and February. However, travelling to Karimnagar during other times is possible. The rural areas around Karimnagar are where problems can arise and it is recommended to check with the authorities about the safety in surrounding rural areas before venturing into these villages.

Weather Of Karimnagar

The weather in Karimnagar is marked by particularly warm summers and cool winters. Summer, which falls between March and June, sees temperatures ranging between 27 degree Celsius and 39 degree Celsius, with the hottest temperature yet recorded being 44 degree Celsius. Relief comes with the monsoons when temperatures drop to an average of 30 degrees Celsius. Winters in Karimnagar, which ideally starts in December and lasts through February, are usually between 20 degree and 35 degree Celsius. And makes for a better time frame to visit Karimnagar than summers.

How to Reach Karimnagar?

By Air : The Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderabad is the closest to Karimnagar, at a distance of 164 km.

By Rail : Karimnagar has its own railway station, which is connected to all the major cities within the state as well as cities outside the state such as Delhi, Bangalore, Jaipur, Chennai, Kanyakumari, Mysore, Ahmedabad, Patna, Puri and Gaya.

By Road : Buses regularly ply between Karimnagar and Hyderabad. Karimnagar is also connected to Nizamabad and other cities within the state.