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Nagarjunakonda experiences typical tropical climate with dry summers and moderate winter season. The summer season between March and July is warm and sunny with extreme dry heat. The maximum temperature in summers reaches nearly 45 degrees Celsius with extreme dry heat. The monsoon season between July and September brings adequate rainfall providing relief from the dry heat. The winter season from October to February is much more pleasant with temperatures in the range of 20 to 25 degrees Celsius.

How To Reach

By Road:

Nagarjunakonda is well connected by road with good motor able highways connecting the city to all parts of Andhra Pradesh. Nagarjunakonda has frequent bus services from different parts of the state including government buses that connect the city to the nearby towns and villages. Driving distance from Bangalore to Nagarjunakonda is 445 Kms while Hyderabad to Nagarjunakonda is at a distance of 128 Kms.

By Air:

Nagarjunakonda does not have a dedicated airport facility and the closest airport in the Rajiv Gandhi International airport located in Hyderabad at a distance of 140 Km. The Rajiv Gandhi International airport is well connected to all major Indian cities as well as regular flights from Europe, Middle East and South East Asia. Regular bus and cab services are easily available outside the Hyderabad airport to reach Nagarjunakonda.

By Rail:

Nagarjunakonda has a good railway service and the city is well connected to all parts of Andhra Pradesh. The railway station is located very close to Nagarjunakonda city center is well served by many trains passing through the Nagarjunakonda station. Buses and taxis are freely available outside the Nagarjunakonda railway station for various excursions in and around the city.


Nagarjunakonda is a pristine Island located near the Nagarjuna Sagar town in Nalgonda region of Andhra Pradesh. Famous for its rich religious and cultural significance, Nagarjunakonda is an important Buddhist heritage site. The island which was once a primary Buddhist learning centre today houses remains of famous Buddhist monasteries, stupas and other archeological landmarks. The Island museum of Nagarjunakonda is one of the prime attractions showcasing many rare sculpture, artifacts and coins of the 14th century Buddhist civilization.


Nagarjunakonda Island Museum has a dedicated art gallery showcasing magnificent encrypted panels and stone images of the ancient Buddhist culture of the region. Built in Gandhara style architecture, the Island museum of Nagarjunakonda is shaped like a Buddhist Vihara making it one of the most beautifully redeveloped cultural hotspots of the region. . Regular boat and ferry services are available to reach the Nagarjunakonda museum. Ferry services from Nagarjuna Sagar Dam take around one and a half hours to reach the island museum of Nagarjunakonda.


From rejuvenating the spiritual quotient by exploring the ancient Buddhist ruins and cultural richness in the museum of Nagarjunakonda, the Island attracts a large number of historians and architecture lovers. Away from the hustle and bustle of heavy urban city travel, Nagarjunakonda offers a perfect holiday getaway for the tourists and pilgrims alike.