Sterling Resort – Dindi – East Godavari

DINDI – By The Godavari is the ultimate location for a perfect riverside holiday with well-appointed rooms, Spa, Restaurant, Swimming Pool & Bar.

Nestled on the lap of the river, Godavari, India’s second longest river, Dindi is an undiscovered realm of natural beauty which holds some of nature’s most incredible elements with its serene backwaters, vast lakes and palm-fringed canals making it the ultimate location for a perfect riverside holiday. Located around 80 km from the town of Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh, Dindi is the perfect breakaway you would desire into an enchanting and exotic world.

The resort has 50 rooms – Classic, Privilege and Premiere offering stunning views of the Godavari and the lily pond of the resort. Enjoy freshly prepared delicacies from the multi-cuisine restaurant and get to taste the local flavor of the region. During your stay, you can also grab a drink or two at the Sunset Bar by the pool or at the Cocktail Lounge by the lily pond.License follow up is in progress for the operations of Sunset bar & will update on timely basis. As on date, the bar is non-operational. You can also feast your eyes on the water lilies, a striking attraction of this resort which has its parent sapling in South East Asia.

 

 

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KOTILINGESHWARA TEMPLE

Constructed in the 10th century AD, Kotilingeshwara Temple is one of the oldest and most renowned temples of Rajahmundry. Located around 80 kms away from Dindi, the history of this place will embrace you on your visit to this iconic temple.

ISKCON TEMPLE  Nestled along the banks of the river Godavari, the ISKCON Temple of Rajahmundry was built on two acres of land. The history of Sri Chaitanya Prabhu, the Hindu monk of the 16th century meeting his disciple Sri Ramanand Raya along the banks of this river, is of special significance to this place.

PATTISEEMA The neighboring town of Rajahmundry also hosts Sri Veeraswara Swamy Temple and Sri Bhavanarayan Swamy Temple at Pattiseema, a leading shrine for Vaishnavites. Maha Shivratri is a memorable occasion every year at this temple where approximately one lakh pilgrims visit to celebrate the auspicious day.

  • BIRD WATCHING:

For birdwatchers and bird-lovers, Dindi serves to be one of the ideal places to cultivate your interests. On your visit there, expect to be overwhelmed by the chirping of birds while you set out on foot in the morning.

  • CYCLING:

There’s no better way to explore unchartered lands than on a bicycle. The coconut groves along the way with palm and casuarina trees will make you appreciate the beauty and calm of this place more than ever.

  • CAMPING:

Camping under the crystal clear skies can really be a treat to your time if you always wanted to stay in a tent amidst nature. All you need to do is keep your sleeping bag, tent and camping requirements handy.

  • HOUSEBOAT CRUISING:

Houseboat Cruising is the ideal way to meander into the intriguing backwaters and lakes of Dindi. The Houseboats are furnished with modern amenities which make for a perfect blend of exciting adventure and luxury.

  • Pongal is the most celebrated festival of Dindi which is observed with immense vibrancy and vigour every year. The name of this festival is signified by a sweet dish of rice, eaten with jaggery, cardamom and cashews which is offered to ‘Surya’ – the Sun God.
  • Houseboats in Dindi make for a luxurious and relaxed cruise along the waters of the Godavari while you’re on vacation
  • All round the year, houseboat cruises await your arrival to sail out and explore the backwater realms of Dindi making it the perfect getaway for you to visit any time. The monsoon season, from June to September bestows its own charm upon the lush green virgin lands of Dindi making it an inviting destination for you and your family. Summer and winter at Dindi have a magic of their own, deeming Dindi a destination, you can visit any time of the year.Ganesh Chaturthi, usually held in the month of September is celebrated by the locals with great festive vigour and excitement. This festival also complements the tradition of Pongal, which signifies the harvest season and is observed by most families where a traditional ritual is followed beginning from festive activities and of course the sumptuous preparation of authentic delicacies.Ugadi, which marks the beginning of a new year for Telegus is also a very significant festival in Dindi and special preparations are made to make this festival as remarkable and memorable as possible.

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