Bheemuni Kolanu is one of the most important historical spot at Srisailam, located between two hills. This place has a spectacular waterfalls during rains. Bheemunikolana is so called as Bheema is said to have broken a rock with his mace leading to flowing spring water, Kolanu stands for pond. Ascending to the top of the hill by the 850 steps leads to Kailasadwaram, a place which gives a feeling of Kailasa.
Akkamahadevi Caves is one significant caves located in the Nallamalai Hills. This naturally formed cave at a distance of 10 km from Srisailam.The cave has a natural rock arch which looks majestic. Exploring the cave which is 150 meters deep is a truly adventurous. This is derived from the legend that Akkamahadevi a famous ascetic did penance in the cave and worshipped the Shivalinga which naturally existed in the dark end of the cave. The Andhra Pradesh Tourism department has arranged a Motorboat for viewing the caves.
Located about 3 kms from Srisailam. It is one of the holy places often visited by piligrims since ancient times. The temple is so named because the idol of Lord Ganapathi in this temple is holding a book and a pen in the hand and according to legend the Lord keeps record of all the visitors to Srisailam, so while returning the pilgrims make it a point to have a darshan of Lord Ganapati to inform him of their name and their lineage.
Located about 8 kms from Srisailam temple, Sikharam is the highest peak of Srisailam Hills. From top it gives a panoramic view of the Srisailam temple and the Krishna river. The temple is a stone structure with 16 layered Mukhamand and houses the deity of Veera Sankara Swamy.
Located in forest environment about 90 km from Srisailam, Sarveswaram has a cave which is dedicated to Lord Shiva and two ponds close to it. Close to the temple is a water fall at a height of 200 meters, a captivating scenic beauty.