Beautiful milky white streams of water fall down huge black rocks set amidst lush green dense hilly forests to form the charming Bogotha Waterfalls, one of the most popular tourist spots in Warangal. What makes a visit to the falls an adventurous experience for travellers is the fact that it can only be reached by trekking. Popularly known as the Niagara of Telangana, it is the second-highest waterfalls in the state. Dropping from a height of over 30 ft, the water falls in parallel streams and gets collected in a large pool in which visitors can swim. The waterfalls is at its majestic best during the monsoon and draws a large number of visitors from nearby areas. A watchtower near the waterfalls offers picturesque views of the nearby tribal hamlets. Nestled in Telangana's Bhupalpally district, the waterfalls is located near Chikupalli village, 140 km from Warangal. Right next to the waterfall is a temple dedicated to Sri Bhogadri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy, which leads visitors to the upper part of the falls. The best time to visit is between the months of June and November. The waterfalls remains open from 9 am to 5 pm.

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