If you love traveling and are a bike wanderer, then you might be thinking about which places to visit in Hyderabad under 200 km. You might not be that familiar with Hyderabad if you are new to the city, so here’s is a list of such places for a one-day trip in Hyderabad.
If you are missing some lake vibes, then head right here! You can get some fresh, good air as this place is at a distance of just 166 Km from Hyderabad. It is located in Nalgonda district of Telangana and is the most prominent Buddhist centers in India. Nagarjuna Sagar is one of the most popular tourist places to visit near Hyderabad and one of the best weekend getaways from Hyderabad city. It is also well known for Nagarjuna Sagar Dam, one of the most massive dams in India.
At an altitude of 2,200 ft on Deccan plateau, Bidar is defiantly one of the most popular places in Hyderabad, and numerous people visit it from various states and not just the neighboring ones. It is 140 km from Hyderabad and has historical monuments to visit too if you ever want to gaze at them in pure bewilderment.
Nagarjuna Sagar – Srisailam Sanctuary (or Srisailam Sanctuary)
Located at a distance of 60 km from Nagarjuna Sagar, 30 Kms from Srisailam and 173 km from Hyderabad, the Nagarjuna Sagar – Srisailam Sanctuary (or Srisailam Sanctuary) is a treat to sore eyes. It is the largest tiger reserve in the country which is spread across 3568 Sq. Kms. It is divided between Nagarjuna Sagar reservoir & Srisailam reservoir. It was declared as a sanctuary in 1973 and later was incorporated under Project Tiger a decade later.
Animals that can be found here are panthers, tigers, spotted deer, mouse deer, black buck, sambars, chousingha nilgai, tree straw, mugger crocodile, and wolfs, sloth beer & wild dogs. So, if you want to have a sneak peek at the gear, you take a bike and ride to Nagarjuna Sagar-Srisailam Sanctuary whenever you are in Hyderabad.
Jain Temple – Kolanupaka (Near Warangal)
This place should not be missed because it’s a beautiful pilgrim place. When you visit inside, be ready to be amazed by the ancient and beautifully crafted designs of Tirthankara. Kulpakji is an important pilgrimage center for Swetambara Jains of South India. It is located at a distance of 81 km from Hyderabad, and the temple is over 2000 years old of Mahavira and is located in Kolanupaka village (also called as Kulpak) in Nalgonda district. So, do visit because the design is as beautiful as the temple.
Ramoji Film City
You all will be familiar with this film city because who isn’t a film fanatic in India! Built in the year 1996 by Ramoji Group, it is an accessible tourism and recreation center, containing natural and artificial attractions including an amusement park. Around 1.5 million tourists visit the place every year.
These are some places you must visit if you are in Hyderabad and they are not so far away from the city, so you can reach there soon. If you have a few more days, there are many exciting places like the Golconda Fort, Charminar, and many other famous locations. While you are in Hyderabad, don’t forget to try the Hyderabadi Briyani or else you might be shunned upon! If you are vegetarian, well, you can try out the vegetarian dishes served at Bawarchi. You can also opt for some tech tour as Hyderabad is also known as an IT HUB, but mostly, enjoy your sightseeing in Hyderabad for a day!