Visakhapatnam truly offers something for every type of traveler, from the beach bum to the culture vulture. There are eight beaches in this southeast India port city, as well as hilltop parks, a nature preserve, caverns, wildlife sanctuaries, temples, sacred Buddhist monuments and a fascinating submarine museum. Take a day trip to visit the fragrant coffee plantations of the Araku Valley.
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Loving temple. It was a nice place. Little bit of crowdy but you find it very very good sometime. Parking is available. Public rest rooms are available. You can find very cheap and affordable hotels in this area. Surroundings of this place is awesome. View of the nature in this area is mind blowing. I must visit place. Great time enjoyed
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Borra caves is located at a distance of about 90 Kms from Vishakapatanam on the way to Araku. Located on the east coast of India the Borra caves are situvated in the Anathagiri hills of Araku valley.It is said that British geologist William King discovered this caves in 1807.This cave is longest anddeepest cave in India.There are many steps to go down and again climb up.The lighting arrangements in the cave makes it a facinating place to visit.There is an entry fee to see the caves and also for camera.It is must vist place.One can travel to Borra Caves by road or by train. The train ride is exciting since it passes through many tunnels.We could not get train tickets and hence travelled by road.
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I went to Yarada Beach. This beach offers a fabulous landscape with its exotic blend of golden sands and the lush green stretch of hills. Nestled between the hills on all the three sides and the Bay of Bengal on one side, this beach is an ideal spot for outing. It is great place to go.
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It's a delight to walk around this beautifully maintained hill, amidst flowers and shady trees, up and down winding roads that are well maintained and clean. The biggest attraction is a ride on the glass compartment of the toy train that goes chugging along a quaint track, offering a 360 degree view. Don't miss the train trip.
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Kailasagiri is a hill top park in Vishakapatanam. It is about 15 Kms. from city center .It over looks Beaches,forests and the city of Vishakapatnam.There is a huge idol of Shiva and Parvathi which is a major attraction. The park is developed and maintained by VUDA. The place is surrounded by Rushikonda beach and Ramakrishna beach on the left side and ahillock on the right side. There is cable car service for which one has to climb quite a few steps or you can drive right upto the park.The name of the hill is derived from the word Kailasa which means abode of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvathi.There is also a train with AC and Non AC coaches which takes you around the park. A nice place for tourist to visit since it offers a beautiful view of city and sea
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This is a sea beach available at Visakhapatnam. This place is famous for dolphins. People coming over here for see the dolphins.
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Araku valley is a hill station close to Vizag in Andhra Pradesh. Though not comparable to other hill stations of south India like Ooty and Kodaikanal, it is a good option to cover if you are visiting Vizag along with Borra caves. There are some beautiful sunset views of Paddy fields in the Araku valley hills worth a visit.
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This is a must visit place for all visitors to Visakhapatnam. The name came due to the existance of Rama Krishna Mission, nearly 80 years. It is still exists and many visit the Ashram. They maintain a Temple, guest houses and a Library. The beach is beautiful. Many people walk on beach road. In the morning the road blocked for vehicular traffic between 0500AM to 0730 AM, to facilitate pollution-free walking.
It has a beautiful Durga Temple.
There are decent Restaurants and places for children activities. Rama Krishna Beach has Submarine Museum and Aircraft Museum.
One can taste many local snacks from small vendors, especially PIDATHA KINDA PAPPU.
Come any enjoy !!
But keep it clean !!
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