Konaseema delta region of Coastal Andhra Pradesh is nicknamed as God’s Own Creation due to similarities with the Kerala backwaters. The Godavari river delta region is surrounded by tributaries of Vriddha Godavari,Vasishta Godavari, Gautami and Nilarevu, This region is mostly known for its coconut and paddy fields.
Located in the east Godavari district of Coastal Andhra Pradesh, Konaseema region is also known for Veereswara Swamy Temple, Ainavilli Siddhi Vinayaka Temple, Appanapalli Temple and Ryali Jagan Mohini Kesava Swamy Temple.
Vishakhapatnam is the nearest airport to Konaseema and Rajahmundry is another airport near to Konaseema.
Rajahmundry and Kakinada are the nearest railway stations to Konaseema.
Highway (NH-16) connects Hyderabad to Konaseema, distance between Hyderabad to Konaseema is 429 KM
The magnificent landscapes of Konaseema with backwaters of Godavari and houseboats are the major tourist attractions of Konaseema, Another slice of paradise on earth.
October to May is the best season to visit Konaseema.
Bamboo Chicken a very famous and delicious dish of Konaseema region.
There is no place in Andhra Pradesh like Konaseema (Dindi), The region is surrounded by list of tourist attractions such as Kerala like houseboats, mangrove forest, wetland and Papi Hills.
Papikondalu is known as Papi Hills, favorite spot for natural lovers in Andhra Pradesh and known for its scenic and picturesque landscapes and cruise tourism.
Papikonda Wildlife Sanctuary is part of the Papi Hills and home to wild mammals such as spotted deer, leopards and jackal.
Kolleru Lake between the Krishna and Godavari river deltas is a major tourist attractions of Coastal Andhra Pradesh.
The lake is a designated wetland bird sanctuary and home to migratory birds such as spot billed pelican, Siberian crane and Asian open billed storks.
Maredumilli village is East Godavari district has very rich flora and fauna, The forest and is home to Coffee and Pepper plantations and Medicinal plants conversation Area.
Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary is the second largest stretch of mangrove forests in India and home to the critically endangered white backed vulture. The sanctuary is located 18 km from the port city of Kakinada and part of the Godavari estuary with backwater and mangrove forest.