The pristine island has many treasures to enjoy. The magnificent landscapes, lustrous greenery, lavishing coconut grooves, artistic temples. Oasis of enchanting beauty and tranquility made this area as emerging hotspot in tourism. It is virtually a paradise to tourists to unwind their tangled nerves. It is a rich fertile land, home for many agricultural fields. The relaxing sublime climate is by its proximity to Bay of Bengal. One can enjoy variety of fresh sea foods as Konaseema is well known for its tasty cuisines. Boat journey is another highlight of this tiny island. Religious festivals celebrated are very famous among tourists and it should not be missed. It is very near to Kakinada. A bridge is connecting Konaseema to main land, aids the transportation. It is blessed with nurseries, natural splendors and historical temples.
TOURIST PLACES IN KONASEEMA
Ainavalli Sidhi Vinayaka temple, Antharvedi Narasimha Swamy temple, Appanapalli, Mandapalli, Muramalla, Palivela, Ryali Jagan Mohini Kesava Swamy temple, Annapalli Sri Balaji temple and Vanapali are the must see temples in and around Konaseema. Worth to visit for their unspoiled beauty and serenity. Adurru is an emerging Buddhist site, Brahma Samavedyam and Bandamur Lanka beach are interesting and growing spots of Konaseema.
HOW TO REACH KONASEEMA
By Air: Rajahmundry airport is the only airport close to Konaseema. Other airports are Vizag and Vijawada airports, located 200 and 160 m from Konaseema respectively.
By Train: Kakinada and Rajahmundry railway stations are close to Konaseema.It is the best mode of transportation to reach Konaseema as many trains frequency is more.
By Road: State owned buses of Andra Pradesh and private buses are well connecting Konaseema to major cities of India.
Weather: in Summer 32-43°C and in Winter 15-25°C. Konaseema is best viewed in the month of October to May.