If you’ve ever wondered what it feels like to work with the land like a true farmer, here’s an opportunity to experience it.
Rice cultivation is the major livelihood of the people in the Konaseema region. Chitti Mutyalu, Sona Masoori, Kurnool Sona, Bangaru Theegalu, Krishna Hamsa and Keshava are some of the varieties of rice that have been produced in this region. Unlike in other Indian states, in West Godavari, the harvest happens 4 times. The richness of the soil, the availability of freshwater, and the localites’ love for farming are some of the major reasons for this year-round cultivation.
If you’ve ever wondered what it feels like to work with the land like a true farmer, here’s an opportunity to experience it. Pull up your skirts and trousers and get into the wet field, planting tiny paddy crops, learning the process of cultivation and singing folk songs with the enthusiastic farmers of the region.
Good to Know :
Distance from resort: 4 km
Price – INR 200 + taxes
Best time to visit: Jan- Feb / July- Aug
Time: 30 minutes
Boat cruise2 hours
Cruise past palm-fringed villages, casuarina trees, traditional rowboats and secluded islands to lose yourself in the serenity of the flowing river.
One gets to walk around in the field, munch on fresh sugarcanes and watch the process of Bellam Tayari.
Palmyra sprouts (Thati Thegalu)3hrs
The tour captains at the resort will take you for a scenic drive and drop you at a palm grove where you can taste Thati Thegalu.
one-day spiritual sojourn to Palakollu for the travellers to explore the lores & legends of this land.
Flora & Fauna3hrs
When the resort itself is an eco-tourism hotspot, why even step out!