Katiki Falls originates from River Gosthani about 90 kilometres from Visakhapatnam. The waterfall is located near the Borra Caves and is a famous attraction for picnickers and nature lovers. The natural landscape surrounding the waterfall is lush green and goes through an uneven path that adds an element of adventure to the visitors trekking their way to the waterfall. It is, therefore, an ideal attraction for beginner to intermediate level trekkers. There are several food kiosks on the way that serve snacks and beverages especially Bamboo Chicken and fresh Coconut Water. Taking a pit stop for a bite before proceeding won't be disappointing.
The cool breeze, the greenery and the soothing sounds of the Katiki Waterfall will take off all the worries in one's mind. The 50 feet high natural formation is a breathtaking sight from a distance. Do take a moment to listen to the birds singing their tunes as you sit in solitude or soak your feet into the cold river water. Those who wish to enter the waters can do so to enjoy some exciting moments with family and friends. Monsoons, in particular, are extremely beautiful with the natural vegetation thriving in the region. Katiki Falls is the place to be for those who wish to rejuvenate their souls.
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What is distance from Ananthagiri hills to Katiki water fall????
Answer: The distance from Ananthagiri hills in Telangana to Katiki Waterfalls is nearly 780 km, and from Ananthagiri in Andhra Pradesh is about 16 km. The Katiki waterfall has Borra Cave in its vicinity which is another beautiful attraction. One can reach Katiki waterfall from Vishakhapattanam which is at a distance of 95 km via the Araku-Vishakhapattanam road.