Jaggannapeta is a hamlet in the West Godavari district in the South Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The nearest major urban agglomeration is the city of Rajahmundry at a distance of 67 km north, across the Godavari river. Those with a keen desire for exploring South Indian temples, cuisine and water bodies can try this place out.
Places to Stay
Jagannapeta is a small village and hence does not have many hotels nearby. However, local home stays are available. Few budget hotels are found in the nearby Rajahmundry district such as Vishnavi Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 500 onwards), Sangam Residency Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 500 onwards) and Chandralok Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 500 onwards).
The official language of the area is Telugu.
The important festivals celebrated are Ganesh Chathurthi in August-September, Ugadi in March-April and Diwali in October-November.
Places of Interest
The village in itself does not have great places of interest unlike Rajahmundry. Some of the places worth visiting in Rajahmundry are Gowthami Ghat, Godavari Bund, Venkateshwara Swamy Temple, Sir Arthur Cotton Museum, a boat ride on the river Godavari and others.
How to Get There
The nearest airport is the Rajahmundry Airport at a distance of 82 km.
Rajahmundry Railway Station is the nearest major railway station at a distance of 65 km.
Various state transport buses as well as private buses connect the village to different cities in the region. Buses to the area are readily available from Rajahmundry. You can now book your bus tickets from a number of travel portals checking out for the best bus ticket prices.