Horsley Hills

Horsley Hills, elevation 1,265 m, is a famous summer hill resort in INDIA.

Rishi Valley School is also a touristic spot at horsely Hills, this school is run by Jiddu Krishnamurthy foundation.The Mallamma temple is another major tourist attraction at Horsley Hills that is worth visiting.

Horsely Hills is the departure point for the Koundinya Wildlife Sanctuary located 87 km away.

Tourist Attractions : The narrow road to Horsely Hills is very scenic. It is surrounded throughout its entire length with dense growths of eucalyptus, jacaranda, allamanda and gulmohar trees. The major tourist places around Horsely hills are Lake Gangotri, High view seeing place, Gaalibanda, Environmental park and the Horsley Hills Museum.

Horsley Hills is also one of the few places to offer Zorbing in India. Other adventure sports conducted are Rappelling and Trekking.

Participation at World Conferences : Fourth Session of the Preparation Committee for United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) at New York, 2 March - 2 April 1992.

Attended UN Conference, popularly known as Earth Summit, 3-14 July 1992.

Best Seasons : The Horsley Hills have a delightful cool climate. The hills abound with rich flora and fauna. It is a charming little hill station at an altitude of 1,265 metres above sea level and forms the most elevated table land in the south of Andhra Pradesh. This is the coolest place and is a summer resort.

How to reach here: It is located in Andhra Pradesh State, India. Its about 160 km from Bangalore City and 144 km from Tirupathi. Madanapalle is the closest town near the hills.

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