Eco Tourism

Horsly Hills:

Horsley Hills or Horsleykonda or Yenugulla Ma

Horsly Hills

llamma Konda is a series of hills in Andhra Pradesh in Madanapalle taluka of Chittoor district and is about 9 miles from Madanapalle town. The local name of the hill was Yenugu Mallama Konda after a legend of a saintly old woman named Mallamma who lived atop the hill and was fed by elephants. W.D. Horsley, a British collector, built his home around 1870 after whom it is named. In contrast to the dry and hot surrounding, this area is well vegetated with cooler climate. This made it attractive as a hill station and a tourist spot.Horsely Hills is located at a distance of 20 Kms. from Madanapalle.  Originally known as “Enugu Mallamma Kondalu”,  Horsely Hills is a summer resort.  It is known to some as the Andhra Ooty.  The hills are 4326 feet above the sea level.  During the time of British, Horsely, District Collector, Kadapa visited the hill and selected the site for summer residence.



Kailasa Kona

Kailasa Kona Water fall is situated near Puttur and 8 Kms. from Narayanavanam.  The water fall is attracting not only the people of near by districts but also from Tamilnadu.Kailasanatha Kona or Kailasa kona is a waterfall in Narayanavanam Mandal, Chittor District, Andhra Pradesh in India. A temple of Lord Shiva and Parvathi is seen nearby. This waterfall is having a height of around 40 feet. The specialty of the falls is that, there is water all through the year.