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Pakhal Lake is a man-made lake in the Pakhal sanctuary in Andhra Pradesh, a state in Southern India. The lake was excavated during the reign of Ganapati Deva. Set around the lake is the Pakhal Wildlife Sanctury spread over an area of 900 sq.km. The sanctuary is home to the Tiger, Leopard, Panther and Sambhar. Besides a large number of migratory birds arrive in winter at the lake, making it the best season to visit the sanctuary.
Either go via Hyderabad by road (130 KM) or reach Warangal via train then, there are direct buses available to reach Pakhal is 50 KM from warangal but instead we can take a bus to Narsampet to which bus service is frequent.
Narsampet to Pakhal auto services avaliable.
There are no arrangements for a safari and you may be lucky to see any wild animals other than monkeys.
Nothing but relax....
Sit back relax and watch the birds around, try to figure out what animal sound you are hearing and which direction the wind is flowing and water is getting push.
Here you can find a special type of white water (kallu) called giraka thalla kallu.