The spot is located around 300 kilometers from Hyderabad.
A few hardcore nature lovers would tend to visit the spot by trekking treacherous rocky path for over 10 kilometers and wading flooding streams.
There are two routes to go, from Mancherial district. The route via Dandepally will lead you directly to a kilometer nearby to the waterfall. People who don't have much time and yet wanted to watch over the beauty of the waterfall has to choose this route. But the people who love to walk amidst of forest and cherish the beautiful green sceneries have to take the route to the waterfall via Thiryani. By this route, one has to stop their vehicles at rompapally village and has to walk ahead through the forest. It's an on-foot journey of around 7-8kms to reach the waterfall by climbing over two hills and crossing two valleys of flowing water. The path isn't much steep and is filled with huge rocks, that lets you cherish the greenery in the forest, inch by inch. The sounds of various birds singing in rhythm to the water flowing through the curves of the valley will absolutely boost your energy levels. In between the walk, you'll encounter local tribal people whose 'thriving without technology' lifestyle will truly inspire you. (At least in some aspects of life, Their lives are the perfect example of a minimalistic lifestyle). The whole journey may burn a lot of calories in your body but you'll find that the beauty of this journey will definitely recharge your soul.
Apart from all this narration, this is a journey of a walk, climb, get tired, get boosted by nature, get down the hill, and forget the whole journey looking at the amazing waterfall, Gundala. It's worth a visit and the joy cherished isn't comparable!
You need to hire local guides for this trekking.