Best Time to Visit : October to February
Entry Fee : INR 20 for Adults and INR 15 for Children
Perfect Spot For : Picnic
Ideal Duration : 2 -3 Hours
Activities : Boating
Boating Timings : All Days Except Fridays - 9:00 AM, 11:30 AM and 01:30 PM.
Built Across : River Krishna
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World's largest masonry dam protected with 26 gates measuring 14m in height and 13m in width, Nagarjunasagar Dam located in Nalgonda District is built across River Krishna.
The dam has a storage capacity of nearly 11,472 million cubic meters with an irrigation capacity for 10 acres of land. The dam measure 150m tall and 16 kms in length while also being a major tourist attraction. It is among the first irrigation projects started by the Indian Government as an element of the Green Revolution.
Today, apart from offering not only irrigation facility, but it is also a source of hydroelectricity. The dam attracts a huge number of tourists owing to its great magnificence as well as the cover of dense green surrounding it offering a captivating view.