Dindi is famously known as the 'Coconut Country' of Konaseema.
A beautiful village located on the banks of the second-longest Indian river, Godavari, Dindi is truly an exceptional place to explore. It is as if this travel getaway has a gripping power to take you away from the chaos of city life and breathe in a little peace in your being which feels absolutely refreshing.
Moreover, what makes Dindi worth discovering is the fact that still, it is quite unexplored by people. And the backwater canals, lagoons, and lakes of this region make Dindi all the more an interesting choice for the tourists. The ancient temple of the Sidhi Vinayaka is a gem of a place to visit here. Apart from that, the Jaganmohini Keshava Temple at Ryali would too fascinate you. It is basically a quiet village situated between Vashista and the Gautami tributaries of the Godavari river.
Generally, the mornings here are peaceful and you can observe subtle activities happening on the river shores. Imagine only coconut farms as far as the eyes can see, with the Godavari River cutting through them and roads flanked by houses built with mud, which can only be reached by a small bridge constructed across a narrow stream - Dindi is the definition of rural idyll. And what's more, the locals are extremely helpful and welcome you to the region with a smile.
The nearest airport to to Dindi is Rajahmundry which is 80 KM away.
Narasapur railway station is the nearby station from Dindi located 15 km away.
Dindi is well connected to other major cities of the country via regular buses.
Best time to visit Dindi is from October and February, as the weather conditions remain wonderful this time.
Antarvedi Beach: This beach offers amazing scenic views of the Godavari entering the Bay of Bengal.
Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary: This place has o explore various species of the Mangrove and more than 120 species of birds.
Peruru Heritage Village: It’s a small village situated close to the Amalapuram and is famous for its lush green vegetation.