Situated 58 km from Tirupati, Talakona is home to Talakona Waterfalls, which is one of the highest falls in the country. The word 'talakona' originates from Telugu word 'tala' meaning head and 'kona' meaning hill. With milky white streams of water falling from a height of 270 ft, its magnificent and serene view puts one in awe of the beauty of nature. The water originates from the Seshachalam Hills and the falls serve as an ideal spot for photography and family picnics. There are many beliefs associated with the waterfalls. Many say that the waters have therapeutic properties as it passes through various herbs and medicinal plants. The waterfalls is located in Sri Venkateswara National Park, where one can spot fauna like tiger, civet, jackal, black buck, panther, spotted deer, ibex, sloth bear, bonnet monkey etc.

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