Apart from being an education hub, there are many sites and attractions in and around Warangal that visitors can enjoy. Our students benefit from local visits, which can be explored in a single day. Families visiting the area can go on day-long excursions, or picnics which offer different options based on their interests. 

Warangal has historic monuments from the Kakatiya dynasty and Mughal era too. History buffs can enjoy some of these spots, and take in the architectural wonders; some of which are now designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Additionally, it also is home to some modern architectural wonders such as the Lakhnavaram Lake which is surrounded by hills and offers various fun activities, too. 

Some prominent destinations include:

Lakes around Warangal:

Laknavaram Cheruvu
Pakhal Lake
Ramappa Lake
Kondapochamma Sagar reservoir

Laknavaram Cheruvu(Credit : Wikipedia)

Pakhal Lake (Credit : Wikipedia)

Temples :

Sri Vidya Saraswathi Shani Temple
Bhadrakali Temple
Thousand Pillar Temple
Ramappa Temple

Wargal Saraswati Temple(Credit : Wikipedia )

Ramappa Temple(Credit : Wikipedia)

Historical sites:
Warangal Fort
Kush Mahal
Kakatiya Kala Thoranam: a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Warangal Fort (Credit : Wikipedia )

Kakatiya Kala Thoranam: a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Credit : Wikipedia)

Other places of note:

Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary
Warangal Planetarium
Vana Vignan Park
Regional Science Centre, Hanamkonda
Kakatiya Musical Garden

Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary(Credit : Wikipedia)

Kakatiya Musical Garden (Credit : Wikipedia)