Munganda, a well planned village in Andhra Pradesh’s East Godavari district, has many ponds that add beauty to this locality. The Ambajipeta Road passes through this village. Some of its nearby cities include Mandapeta, Kothapeta, Amalapuram and Palacole. East Godavari and West Godavari districts lie on the border of Munganda.
Places to Stay
As this is a small village, there are no hotels in the area. Good affordable hotels are located in Palakollu (40 km) away from Munganda. One such budget hotel is Sri Gajalakshmi Lodge (Tariff – Rs.876).
The official language spoken in Munganda is Telugu.
The important festivals in Munganda are Maha Shivratri celebrated in February, Holi and Ugadi in March, Ganesh Chaturthi in August-September, Navratri in October and Diwali in October-November.
Places of Interest
There are no interesting places in Munganda. However, there are some great tourist areas around this village. Some of these places are Mangrove Forest (47 km), Kondukuduru Lanka (31 km), Penugonda (30 km) and Nagullanka 10 km away from Munganda.
How to Get There
The nearest airport, Rajahmundry Airport, is 73 km away from Munganda.
There is no railway station in this village. Palakollu Railway Station, located 40 km away, is the nearest railway station from Munganda.
There are daily trips by state-run and private buses that connect Munganda to nearby villages and cities. Dhanunjaya Travels have A/C and non-A/C buses that travel between Hyderabad and Munganda. If you book a bus ticket online you can get rid of the trouble of standing in queues.