|Location||Kuntala, Adilabad district, Telangana|
|Total height||147 feet|
Kuntala Waterfall is waterfall located in Kuntala, Adilabad district, Telangana. It is located on Kadem river in Neredigonda mandal. It is the highest waterfall in the state of Telangana, with a height of 147 feet (45 meters).
These waterfalls are in the dense forests inhabited by the Gonds. Kunta in Gondi and Telugu language means pond. Kuntalu means several ponds. The waterfall originates from a confluence of several ponds that lead to the river.
Formed by the Kadam River, Kuntala falls cascades down through two steps and can be seen as two separate adjacent falls after the peak rains. It is one of the famous one day outings from Hyderabad. There is a motorable road until the entry point of the falls, from where steps are available to reach the bottom of the falls. The falls is about 10 minutes (one way) walk from the entry point.
Public transport is available until Neredikonda, from where private vehicles can be hired. Nirmal and Adilabad are base stations. Other waterfalls in the area include Gayatri Waterfalls and Pochera Falls.
The nearest railway station is Adilabad Railway Station (58 km).
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- Media related to Kuntala at Wikimedia Commons
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