Karimnagar is a city located along the Manair River, which is a big tributary running out from the Godavari River in Andhra Pradesh. This is considered as a popular financial area and is speedily emerging as a major educational hub. Karimnagar has many tourist attractions, some of them being Elgandal Fort, Ujwal Park, Rajeev Dear Park, and many famous pilgrimage sites.
Karimnagar has a rich historical background. It used to be a regional capital for Nizam. Tower circle, Kaman circle and Elgandal fort are some of the historical monuments that enhance the scenic beauty and cultural importance of the place. Manar dam is a very famous tourist place in Karimnagar. Its scenic beauty attracts many tourists. It is located at a distance of 3 kms from the main town and is the main source of drinking water supply. Dhulikatta is another important site in Karimnagar. It has many Buddhist stupas of Satavahana period. It is located 20 kms from Karimnagar. It hosts a 3 day Satavahan festival every year in the month of January; Buddhist monks from around the world visit it at that time. The Shivaram wildlife sanctuary which is present at Manthani, a place that is around 80 kms. Away from Karimnagar is known for its collection of marsh crocodiles that are found in the Godavari River and many other exotic species. Sakinalu is a famous traditional snack of Karimnagar, usually made during the Sakranti festival. The tourists who visit Karimnagar have got unlimited opportunities to make their trip memorable. There are numerous places to visit and the warm behavior of local people adds to the experience.