Tourist attractions of Ramappa Temple, Ramappa lake, and Laknavaram lake are located in Mulugu distrtict. Jampanna vagu (stream) and Dayyala vagu (stream) flow in this district and there are few water falls in this district. Ramappa Lake, constructed in 13th Century A.D. during Ganapathi Deva’s time substantiates the intricate irrigation work of the Kakatiyas. And the Laknavaram Lake, surrounded by deciduous forests is a very popular tourist spot.
How to Reach :
Mulugu can reached from Warangal which is connected well to major cities of India by rail. Warangal is a major railway junction on the Hyderabad-New Delhi and Chennai-Kolkata route
Mulugu is well connected by road. Mulugu is connected by long-distance deluxe buses from major cities of the state. Direct buses connect Hyderabad to Mulugu, Mangapet, Badhrachalam at regular intervals and it takes about 5 hours from the state capital.