River Side Tourist Destination in Dindi, Godavari
Nestled on the lap of the river, Godavari, India’s second longest river, Dindi is an undiscovered virgin realm of natural beauty which holds some of nature's most incredible elements with its serene backwaters, vast lakes and palm-fringed canals making it the ultimate location for a perfect riverside holiday. Located around 80 km away from the town of Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh, Dindi is the perfect breakaway you would desire into an enchanting and exotic world.
The mysticism of Dindi lies in its serene backwater canals which are adorned by palm and casuarina trees complementing the numerous crystal clear rivulets, lagoons and lakes in the region. A houseboat cruise to the quaint villages laden with coconut groves will not only provide you with an exciting and enjoyable adventure but also the tranquility that you have been seeking for a very long time.
Apart from the lush green utopia Dindi is, during the daytime – the night sky spurs magic with its celestial charm. One can simply not ignore the freshness of the air that surrounds you once you are in Dindi. The pollution-free aura that you experience here will make your breakaway worthwhile in Dindi – the newest addition to Sterling Holiday’s network of destinations.
District – Guntur
State - Andhra Pradesh.
Altitude – 30 meters above sea level
Distance from nearby towns/cities: Velturu (7 km), Peddavura (72 km), Rajahmundry (80 km), Siddapur (90 km), Kurnool (179 km), Guntur (243 km), Vijayawada (282 km), Hyderabad (450 km)
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21°C to 44°C
14°C to 31°C
June to September
BEST TIME TO VISIT
All round the year, houseboat cruises await your arrival to sail out and explore the backwater realms of Dindi making it the perfect getaway for you to visit any time. The monsoon season, from June to September bestows its own charm upon the lush green virgin lands of Dindi making it an inviting destination for you and your family. Summer and winter at Dindi have a magic of their own, deeming Dindi a destination, you can visit any time of the year.
Ganesh Chaturthi, usually held in the month of September is celebrated by the locals with great festive vigour and excitement. This festival also complements the tradition of Pongal, which signifies the harvest season and is observed by most families where a traditional ritual is followed beginning from festive activities and of course the sumptuous preparation of authentic delicacies.
Ugadi, which marks the beginning of a new year for Telegus is also a very significant festival in Dindi and special preparations are made to make this festival as remarkable and memorable as possible.