55 Places to Visit in Andhra Pradesh & Top Tourist Places

Tourist Places to Visit in Andhra Pradesh

Hyderabad, Visakhapatnam, Gandikota, Kadapa, Madanapalle, Warangal, Horsley Hills, Srisailam, Guntur, Chittoor, Nellore, Araku Valley, Tirupati, Vijayawada, Amaravati & many more.

Andhra Pradesh is one of the most versatile states in India, where tourists can find a wealth of underrated attractions such as temples, forests, beaches, wildlife, hills and caves. The Tourism Board of Andhra Pradesh has also recently renovated some of the most popular places to visit in the state, making them even more interesting than they were previously. Most of the tourist attractions in Andhra Pradesh are ecologically, culturally, naturally and religiously rich and diverse. Some of the most popular places to visit in Andhra Pradesh include cities like Nellore, Amaravati, Gandikota, Srikalahasti, Kadapa, Guntur and much more. 

There are many varied places to see in Andhra Pradesh that promote world-class eco-tourism in the state such as its beautiful valleys, dams, ridges, hills, fields and lakes. Andhra Pradesh, being a coastal state, also has many famous beaches such as the R.K. Beach, Yarada Beach, Suryalanka Beach, all of which make for great places to visit. Some other beautiful natural places in the state that you should definitely visit when you are here including Belum Caves in Kurnool district, Borra Caves in the Ananthagiri Hills, the Araku Valley and the Horsley Hills. However, despite its incredible natural beauty, most people from other states in India come to Andhra Pradesh to visit some of the most important shrines, temples and other religious sites.

Places like the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple in the town of Tirumala in Chittoor district is sought out by pilgrims from all over the country, while the Ranganayaka Swamy Temple in Nellore is known for its serene beauty. You can also find the Penchalakona Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple in Nellore and other famous places like the Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple in Kurnool district, the Kanaka Durga Temple in Vijayawada.

Here is the list of best places to visit in Andhra Pradesh:

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Hyderabad city familiarly known as the ‘Pearl city’ is one of the most prosperously expanding cities of India. There is an abundance of tourist attractions in Hyderabad here like historical monuments, beautiful gardens and parks, lakes and a variety of resorts. Among the must-visit tourist places in Hyderabad, will find a lot of museums and exquisite lip-smacking cuisines in Hyderabad.

One among the most enriching states in South India is the territory of Telangana and the area around its capital city of Hyderabad. Known for its zesty and tasty biryani and acclaimed spots like the Charminar and the Golconda Fort, this place is a standout amongst the most dynamic and overflowing spots in the south. Verifiable Monuments of Hyderabad are well known for their magnificent design. Numerous eminent landmarks are arranged in old city of Hyderabad and few of them are in and around Hyderabad city.

 Apart from having a rich history, tourist places in Hyderabad also include the prime locations for technological development in India. You can visit the most beautifully designed ancient monument and mosques as well as temples in this city. The geographical location of Hyderabad has had a major influence on its varied cuisine, which ranges from the Hyderabadi style with its strong Mughalai influence, to a pure Andhra cuisine — hot and spicy.

Hyderabad has a number of options for weekend getaways. Places like Hampi, Bidar and resorts around Hyderabad are in close proximity for weekend getaways but if you're willing to travel a little more you can explore options like Dandeli, Gokarna and Badami. There are several companies that connect all of these places with individual travelers and corporate travelers from Hyderabad.

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Tirupati, also considered to be the Spiritual capital of Andhra Pradesh, is located in the Chittoor district of the state. The temples, rolling hills, valleys, pristine beaches, and rivers of Tirupati, basking in its natural glory, welcome millions of visitors every year with cordialness.

Of all the places to visit in Andhra Pradesh, Tirupati remains one of the top favourites among the local and international tourists. Tirupati lies on the foothills of Seshachalam hills and nature has blessed it with not only hills and rivers but also some of the best species of flora and fauna in its National Park, eponymous with the famous temple. The national parks are home to critically endangered bird species like yellow-throated bulbul, oriental white-backed vulture, grey fronted green pigeon, etc. It is also home to 1500 plant species of 174 families, rare species like red sanders, sandalwood and hundreds of others.

The arts and crafts from the region are highly praised for their intricacy. The architecture around the temples has always been a subject of fascination and knowledge for all the tourists. The archaeological museum displays a rich collection of Hindu gods and cultural remainder collected from different sites.

Due to pleasantly snug weather during the winter and early spring, Tirupati offers to its visitors some breathtaking views amidst the greenery and lap of nature of Andhra Pradesh. Tirupati also receives hundreds of Hindu pilgrims every year. From the famous Vaishanavite Shrine of Tirumala Sri Venkateswara Swamy temple and other historic sites, Tirupati is full of wonders waiting to offer to the world. 

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The Port City of Visakhapatnam, popularly known as Vizag, is one among the three proposed state capitals in Andhra Pradesh. The Vizag port is known to be the home to the oldest shipyard in mainland India. The city attracts a plethora of tourists each year, courtesy its alluring landscape and scenic beaches that look straight out of a picture.

The geographical location of Vizag makes it a popular tourist destination for people who love a bit of both mountains and the sea. Nestled between the Eastern Ghats and located on the coats of the Bay of Bengal, Vizag is a visual delight for visitors who come to experience the hustle of the city and the tranquility of the tribal villages close to the city. The city is also known as The Jewel of the East Cost for myriad worthwhile reasons.

Visakhapatnam offers a great deal of activities to do for the tourists. You can take a day tour of the city to explore the beaches namely; RK Beach, Rushikonda Beach, Bheemili Beach, Appikonda Beach and Yarada Beach are some of the great beaches in Vizag. Most of these beaches have various eateries where you can get the authentic taste of local street food. The Rushikonda beach is the most visited beach in Vizag.

If you are in the mood to indulge in some adventure sports, you can try activities like parasailing, scuba diving, paramotoring, and speed-boating on the beach. Additionally, if you are lucky to be there at the right time of the year, you can also witness the grandeur of the beach festivals. For instance, the RK Beach holds an annual beach festival around the New Year and the Appikonda Beach attracts a plethora of devotees around the time of Mahashivratri for the annual beach festival.

You will also get to discover a profusion of museums like the Submarine Museum, Aircraft Museum, Visakha Museum and more. Araku Valley, the hill station known for its splendid unadulterated beauty, is a must-visit point of interest for the tourists who come to Vizag. The valley is also known for its plantations of coffee, pepper and certain other spices. If you are looking for a retreat from the hubbub of the city, the momentous green hills of the Eastern Ghats and the celestial rustling of waterfalls is sure to have a therapeutic effect on you. 

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Srisailam is a devotional town situated in the Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh. This town is famous for the Mallikarjuna Jyotirlinga Temple which is known as an important place of pilgrimage for the Shaktism and Shaivism sects of Hinduism. The town attracts thousands of pilgrims every year because of its spirituality and its religious ambiance, making it a popular tourist destination as well.

The beauty of Srisailam lies in its divinity and spirituality. Cradled in the lush green Nallamala Hills, the small town of Srisailam is one of the most peaceful places to visit in Andhra Pradesh. The holy place of Srisailam Devasthanam is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas.

Besides visiting the temples to offer your prayers, you can also indulge in numerous other activities and check out interesting places to visit such as Pathala Ganga - a place that is believed to have medicinal properties for curing skin diseases. The Srisailam Tiger Reserve is one of the largest Tiger Reserves in India that protects endangered species like Royal Bengal Tigers. The Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple dates back to 6th century AD making it one of the oldest temples in this ancient town, that is definitely worth checking out.

You can indulge in different activities like shopping, sightseeing and trekking in Srisailam. Don’t forget to visit some of the local bee farms and take back a jar of pure, organic honey collected by the local tribes. Visiting the Chenchu Tribal Museum will allow you to learn more about the local culture of Srisailam.  The Octopus Viewpoint is the latest addition to the list of tourist attractions in Srisailam. This viewpoint offers magnificent views of the lush green forests and scenic beauty of the River Krishna.

The town of Srisailam experiences tropical climatic conditions. The weather remains pleasant all throughout the year.  The summers in Srisailam last from March to June.  The temperature can go as high as 40 degrees Celsius during summer. Monsoon stays between June to September. The town experiences winter between December to February, when the weather remains cool and pleasant and is ideal for trekking and exploring the city.

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Tucked away in the interiors of Andhra Pradesh lies a rare gem, a series of hills called the Horsley Hills which are an absolutely breathtaking sight to behold. At an elevation of 1290 metres, the hills don’t offer a lot in terms of activities, yet people from near and afar visit this hill station for its exemplary views, delicious food and relaxed vibe coupled with beautiful weather.

Sightseeing In Horsley Hills

- Horsley Hills Zoo where you can spot peacocks, rabbits, crocodiles, and lush deciduous and eucalyptus trees. 

- The Chennakesava Temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. 

- Kaigal Falls, which is a perennial waterfall, where the water cascades down from a height of 40 feet, onto a huge rock. 

Things to Do

- Trek to the top of the hills for a panoramic view of paradise, accompanied by fog and chilly weather.

- Spot Kalyani, the 150 year old Eucalyptus Tree.

- Indulge in local Andhra flavours at Hotel Horsley and Punnami Resort, bang opposite the zoo. 

Staying at Horsley Hills

In spite of being a small hill-station, Horsley Hills does a commendable job with the stays it offers. If you want something a tad bit luxurious, you can opt for AP Tourism’s Haritha Resort which, along with a nice viewpoint behind the building is equipped with a gym and a swimming pool, so you can keep yourself engaged with activities during your stay. The tourism board even offers guest houses, and so does the nearby town Madanapalle. 

Horsley Hills is the ideal spot for a tête-à-tête with nature where you’ve got nothing to do and ample time to do just that! 

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Gandikota is a historic village which is characterized by its own fort, situated on the right bank of the River Penna, 15km from the Jammalamadugu in the district of Kadapa, Andhra Pradesh. The city used to be the centre power for notable dynasties such as the Chalukyas, Kalyani, Delhi Sultanate, Pemmasani Kamma Nayakas and the famous Golconda Sultanate, making it historically significant apart from being naturally beautiful. 

Gandikota is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Andhra Pradesh because of its incredible natural beauty. The historical walls of the fort, the undulating, mountainous terrain of the region and the picturesque gorge that is unique to Gandikota make it a photographer’s and nature lover’s paradise.  

There are several remarkable places to visit in Gandikota such as the Pennar River Gorge Viewpoint, Madhavaraya Temple, Raghunatha Swamy Temple, Jama Masjid, Owk Reservoir, Belum Caves near  Yaganti, Yaganti and the  Mylavaram Dam.

Gandikota is known for its versatile terrain and incredible scenic natural beauty. You can trek to places like Charminar and visit the Jail of Gandikota Fort. You can also go hiking and rock climbing, go bird watching in the various shelters and sanctuaries in the area, and spend your evenings watching the sunset over the Penna River. Camping under the stars by the Rayalacheruvu Lake is a popular activity amongst visitors as well.

Gandikota is situated 323 metres above the sea level and the prevailing climatic condition of this place is the local steppe climate. The area does not experience much rainfall throughout the year, which makes it ideal for activities such as trekking and camping. The average annual temperature stays around 27.9 degrees Celsius.

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Nestled in the lap of the lushly forested Eastern Ghats; araku valley is an unexplored jewel situated in the north eastern corner of Andhra Pradesh.  Located at about 1,200 above sea level, Araku valley is a frieze of earth. It is fondly known as the ooty of Andhra Pradesh, owing to its quaintness and unmatchable beauty. The valley is renowned for its delectable coffee, exquisite green countryside and rich tribal culture.

Blessed with dazzling waterfalls, dense green forests, sprawling coffee plantations and astounding climate, Araku valley has been a prominent tourist destination for quite some time now. Situated 120km away from Visakhapatnam, this picturesque valley offers peace and tranquillity away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The charisma attached to this place has been successful in luring tourists from around the globe.

Araku has several fascinating sites to explore, including the caves of Borra, Tyda, Katiki Falls, Tribal Museum & Padmapuram Botanical Gardens. Besides
, such areas, coffee plantations are a must- for those who want to indulge themselves in the richest flavors of coffee. The valley also boasts of growing the first sustainable coffee brand by Indian tribal farmers. Araku doesn't disappoint adventure enthusiasts either because it's a popular trekking spot drawing adventure enthusiasts from all over the world.

The valley enjoys a pleasant climate all year long, with days being warm and nights cool and crispy.The year starts with the winter season and slowly progresses towards a somewhat tougher summer season. The mid-time of the year is for monsoons and finally, the year ends with the winter season. This is why the location is a must-see when you're considering a ride to Vizag.

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Also known as Cocanada, Kakinada is a quaint district in Andhra Pradesh nestled on the coast of Bay of Bengal. The district is around 30 miles east of Rajahmundry and serves as a major seaport. Counted among the largest cities of Andhra Pradesh, it is home to numerous pristine beaches where one can relax in peace. Due to its leisurely vibe and well-planned settlement, the city has also bagged the title of pensioner's paradise.

Being home to several sandy beaches, Kakinada provides an ideal retreat from the hustle and bustle of routine life. If you want to relish the real beauty of this city, head off to the Kakinada beach which is dotted with mesmerizing shoreline views. The coastal city encompasses several sightseeing spots where you can unwind amidst the exotic flora and fauna.

With beaches like Kakinada and Uppada in its reserve, Kakinada has emerged as a favoured destination among the young travel enthusiasts. It witnesses a huge influx of adventure junkies who love to indulge in water sports activities and relax by its verdant beaches later on.

In addition to being a major island attraction, it also features numerous sacred spots such as Shri Bhavanarayana Swamy Temple and Pithapuram, where you can offer your prayers to lord almighty. Want to spot some amazing wildlife creatures on your Kakinada tour? Make your way to Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary to spend some uninterrupted time amidst its diverse flora and fauna.

From relishing the unspoiled shoreline views from its verdant beaches to treating your taste buds with authentic local dishes, the list of things to do in Kakinada goes on and on. If you are eager to unfurl the local culture, you can also attend the Kakinada Beach festival where you will get to see numerous celebrities performing live on the stage.

While here, you can't miss out walking on its Glass Bridge which is enveloped by lush greenery and water on all of its sides. 
Kakinada district witnesses pleasant climate during the winter season. It is during this time when you can go for carefree walks across its beaches or indulge in a shopping spree at the local markets.

Hence, if you are planning your trip to this Southern beauty, visit here in the months between October and March. Summer season is not considered ideal for Kaiknada excursion as during this season the temperature might go as high as 40 degree Celsius.

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Lying at a distance of around 149 kilometers from Hyderabad, Warangal is the fifth largest city of Telangana. Known popularly for its rich historical significance, this city was once used as their capital city by the Kakatiya dynasty. Warangal city was formerly known as Orugallu, where the term “Oru” implies one and “Kallu” implies stone. According to popular old beliefs, the entire city had been carved out from a single rock.

With its impressive historical sites and exquisite natural beauty, the city of Warangal will take you back to the bygone times, when kings and queens graced this place. This beautiful place flaunts a multitude of magnificent temples that showcase brilliant architectural designs and glorious history. In addition to religious sites, this flamboyant city is also packed with a plethora of historical sites, serene lakes, and wildlife hubs, all of which add to the natural and man-made beauty of this place.

Warangal is home to a number of important attractions present in the state of Telangana. From religious sites like Thousand Pillar Temple and Bhadrakali Temple to historical spots like Warangal Fort and from wildlife shelters like Vana Vigyan Kendra Mini Zoo and Eturnagaram Wildlife Sanctuary to nature hubs like Pakhal Lake and Bheemuni Paadam Waterfalls, Warangal tourism has something for every traveler.

The city of Warangal offers the tourists the chance to indulge in a number of exciting activities, which adds to the fun factor of their holiday. From admiring the stunning rock cuts of Ramappa Temple to enjoying a boat ride at Laknavaram Lake and from watching the musical fountain show at Kakatiya Musical Garden to seeking blessings at Siddheshwar Temple, Warangal will fill your vacation with memorable activities.

Warangal hosts a hot and dry climatic condition, with summers being unbearable hot and monsoons bringing in heavy rainfall. The most ideal time to plan a trip to Warangal is between the winter months of October to March, when the weather remains cool and favors local sightseeing.

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Guntur is the largest city in Andhra Pradesh. Guntur city is the 11th most densely populated city in India and ranks 24th in the world. Since Guntur is situated in the plains, you can find a few hillocks in the surrounding suburban areas and the city itself is bordered by the Perecherla Reserve Forest in the north-west. The official language of the city is Telugu, but other languages like Hindi, Odia, Urdu, English are also spoken by the locals.

While it is mostly an industrial city, there are many natural attractions that make it incredibly beautiful as well. Dams, rivers, National Parks, sanctuaries and nature reserves make it a natural retreat as well. There are areas in Guntur with extensive forest reserves and natural lakes, which attracts migratory birds during the autumn season.

The main attractions in Guntur are the heritage site of Amaravathi, famous for its 2nd Century Mahachaitya Stupa and many other such historical relics. The Nagarjuna Sagar Dam and Ethipothala Fall, both situated on the River Krishna, are some of the most popular tourist attractions in Andhra Pradesh. The Amareshwara Temple is a very popular shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva. Mangalgiri is located between Guntur and Vijayawada and is a famous Vaishnav Temple. The other main attraction of Guntur is the remnants of the Buddhist Stupa built in 1796.

While enjoying the archaeological wonders of Guntur, you can also indulge in different kinds of activities to unwind and relax with your friends and family. Other interesting places you can visit are the Uppalapadu Bird Sanctuary, where you can participate in bird watching and spend your time in the midst of nature. Crazy World is a water park which is well-equipped and provides the perfect entertainment for families and friends visiting Guntur.

The weather in Guntur remains warm and humid. The warmest month is May, with the temperature soaring up to 39 degrees Celsius and the coldest month is December when the temperature drops to a pleasant 29.2 degrees Celsius. The average temperature remains around 28 degrees Celsius all throughout the year.

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Chittoor district is a part of the Rayalaseema region in Andhra Pradesh. The district headquarters in Chittoor has a population 4,170,46 people, which makes it one of the most populated places in the state  Situated in the valley of the River Ponni, Chittoor is well known for its markets that overflow with popular local produce such as sugarcane, grains and peanuts. It also home to some of the biggest oilseed industries and biggest rice mills as well. The jaggery from Aragonda is famous all over the country. Chittoor is also known for its mangoes and hatcheries.

This scenic hill station is filled with innumerable mango orchards and its cascading waterfalls makes Chittoor an incredibly beautiful place to visit in Andhra Pradesh. It is ideal for those seeking a natural retreat, away from the humdrum of everyday city life.

Chittoor is the land of waterfalls and spirituality, and you can spend your time sightseeing, or taking a pilgrimage to this beautiful place. Some of the major attractions of Chittoor include the Tada Falls, Nagalapuram Falls, Horsley Hills, Sri Kapileswaraswami Temple, Kallasakona waterfall, Rishi Valley School,  Swami Pushkarini Lake, Sri Subrahmanya Temple, Parasurameswara Temple, Sahasra Linga Temple and the Kaigal Waterfalls.

You can engage in various unique activities in Chittoor, such as visiting the Kaundinya Wildlife Sanctuary, which is a natural retreat where you can spot animals like elephants and deer. You can also spend time in the Bans Water Park. For shopping, you can check out the Chandana Ramesh Shopping Mall or visit the Devi Theatres to catch a movie.

The district of Chittoor lies 309 metres above the sea level in the tropical belt and this region mainly experiences a warm, sunny climate. The average temperature in this region remains around 27.4 degrees Celsius. Monsoon arrives in June and stays till November and the area experiences an annual rainfall of approximately 862 mm.  December – February marks winter in Chittoor, with the temperature ranging between 19 and 25 degrees Celsius. The summers (March-May) are warm, sunny and pleasant.

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The city of Nellore is situated on the banks of River Penna, in the Nellore District, in the state of Andhra Pradesh. This place serves as the headquarters of the Nellore district. Nellore is the 4th most populated state in Andhra Pradesh. Nellore is also a historical city in Andhra Pradesh. The city was once ruled by the most powerful dynasties of South India such as the Pallavas, Cholas, Mauryas, Satavahanas, and the Chedi Dynasty. Even King Ashoka ruled over Nellore in the 3rd Century B.C. as part of his kingdom.

The beauty of modern-day Nellore lies in its vibrant cosmopolitanism and industrial growth, which has thrived while leaving the historical aspects of the city undisturbed. Situated on the banks of River Penna, Nellore is loved for its prawns and shrimp.  Its fertile land is also known for producing large scale sugarcane and rice along with other crops as well.

Some of the major tourist attractions in Andhra Pradesh, specifically in Nellore, are Udayagiri Fort, which is situated on a hilltop, at an altitude of 3,079 feet, offering a panoramic view of Nellore city. The historical Venkatagiri Fort is located in this town, which is also home to the Nelapattu Bird Sanctuary, which is home to over 1,500 pelicans along with several other rare species of migratory birds. The famous 7th Century Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple on the banks of Pennar River was built by the Pallavas and still stands today. You can also visit Penchalakona, which is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the state. 

One of the most beautiful places to relax in, in Nellore is Pulicat Lake, which is shared by the states of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. The quiet, serene and pollution-free environment attract many birds, which makes it the ideal place for bird watching and picnics. Apart from the Pulicat Lake, you can also check out Mypadu Beach, Nellapattu Sanctuary, Pulicat and Bird Sanctuary, Kandaleru Dam, along with the Children’s Park in Nellore that has a playground and a skating rink.

The tropical city of Nellore experiences warm summers and windy monsoons with relatively heavy rainfall. Nellore, being almost at sea level, also has many beaches where you can enjoy cool winds throughout the year. The winters are not very cold, but they are a little dry. The average annual rainfall is 984 mm.

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Perched on the peaceful banks of Krishna river, Vijayawada is the second largest city of Andhra Pradesh. Owing to its rapid growth and development, this city is also referred to as the “Media, political, and commercial capital of Andhra Pradesh”. The very name Vijayawada implies “The Land of Victory” and the city has been named after goddess Kanaka Durga, also called Vijaya. Vijayawada city presents before the world a blend of the new and the old world; while on one hand it shelters rock-cut temples and caves, it manifests modern architectural marvels on the other.

The beauty of Vijayawada lies in its most treasured history, heritage, and culture. That said, the modern avatar of this exuberant city is equally stunning and delightful for the eyes. The ancient caves, magnificent temples, lush parks, iconic museums, towering forts, and opulent malls, enrich the charm of this wonderful city.

The city of Vijayawada shelters some of the most sought after destinations of the state of Andhra Pradesh. While the historical attractions of the city encompass Undavalli Caves, Mogalarajapuram Caves, and Kondapalli Fort, the religious hubs of the place include Kanaka Durga Temple, Subramanya Swamy Temple, and Sri Ramalingeswara Swamy Temple. While the natural beauties of the place include Kolleru Lake, Bhavani Island, and Gandhi Hill, the man-made attractions of the place include VMC Disney Land, Prakasam Barrage, and Scrap Sculpture Park.

Vijayawada tourism offers travelers the chance to indulge in a plethora of interesting activities to make the most of their holiday to this flamboyant destination. While the religious seekers can go seek spirituality at Hinkar Thirtha, the adventure seekers can go experience thrill at Haailand. While history buffs can go admire the Akkanna Madanna Cave, nature lovers can soak in the beauty of Mangalagiri Hill.

Vijayawada experiences a very moderate climatic condition, with the summers being unbearably hot, winters being mild, and monsoons getting heavy downpours. The best time to visit Vijayawada is during the winter season, from October to February, when the weather is pleasant and balmy.

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Kadapa is a small city that is situated in the Rayalaseema region of the south-central part of Andhra Pradesh. The city is surrounded on the three sides by the Nallamala Hills and the Palkonda Hills. Kadapa has a rich historical background as it was part of the colourful history of powerful rulers like the Nizams and the Cholas.  The main attraction of Kadapa is the Gandikota Fort, which is one of the largest forts in India.

The beauty of Kadapa lies in the confluence of its rich historical background and its scenic natural beauty. Situated near the banks of the River Penna, the city offers a gorgeous panoramic view of the Palkonda Hills and the Nallamala Hills. The reflection and the influence of different cultures in the lifestyles of the people is an interesting aspect of Kadapa.

Kadapa is one of the places to visit in Andhra Pradesh because of its fresh air, its incredible historical significance, as well as for the multitude of important historical sites in the city.  The most interesting places of attraction in Kadapa are the Belum Caves, which are more than million years old. The Gandikota Fort is one of the major attractions in Kadapa. The architecture of this majestic Fort is inspired by the Vijaynagar style and Quli Qutb style. The Sidhout Fort is another specimen of the city’s architectural splendour and is known as the gateway to Dakshina Kashi. The other famous attractions are Pushpagiri, Vontimitta and Ameen Peer Dargah.

While visiting the different temples and architectural wonders, you can also indulge in different interesting activities like visiting the Sri Venkateswara Wildlife Sanctuary. This sanctuary is home to 1,500 varieties of plants and many species of magnificent wild animals.  Kadapa is also famous for some signature and unique South Indian recipes such as Ragi Sangati or Ragi Mudda, which is a staple in this region.

Kadapa generally experiences a tropical wet and dry climate all year round, that is characterised by high temperatures throughout the year. The summers are particularly hot, with temperatures rising to almost 50 degrees Celsius. The area receives substantial rainfall during monsoon, between the months of June to October. Winters are comparatively milder and it is considered the best season to visit the place.

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Amaravati is the capital city of Andhra Pradesh, situated on the banks of River Krishna, in the Guntur district. The name of the village is inspired by the historic village of “Amaravathi”, which was the ancient capital of the Satavahana Dynasty. The foundation stone of this city was laid by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu in 2015, declaring it the capital of Andhra Pradesh. Amaravathi is famous for its picturesque surrounding regions of Kotappakonda, Bhattiprolu and also for its good quality tobacco, cotton, pepper and chilli.

The beauty of the capital city of Amaravathi lies in its rich and eventful history which has blended perfectly with modernization, technology and industrialization. The most remarkable natural attraction in the city is the expansive River Krishna that flows through it.

Some of the most remarkable tourist attractions in Andhra Pradesh can be found in the capital city of Amaravati. You can visit the Amaralingeswara Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and the 125-feet tall Dayana Budhha Statue located in the Dhyana Buddha Park. Other interesting places include the Great Stupa, Mangalagiri Temple, Amaravathi Mahachaitya, Bhattiprolu and the scenic beauty of River Krishna.

Besides touring the city of Amaravathi, there are many interesting places to visit with your friends and family. While in Amaravathi, you must visit the famous Melghat Tiger Reserve, Bamboo Garden, Shri Bhakti Dham Temple, Upper Wardha Dam, Devi Point, the Malkhed Dam, the Chikhaldara Wildlife Sanctuary and the Wadaii Talao as well. Amaravati is one of the few places in India which offers hot air balloon rides over its beautiful landscape, which is an experience of a lifetime. You can also trek through the many wildlife sanctuaries and nature reserves that are in Amaravati, and even enjoy adventure activities such as mountaineering and paragliding.

Amaravathi experiences a tropical climate throughout the year.  The city experiences heavy rainfall during the summer season, when the average temperature hovers at around 28.6 degrees Celsius, With an annual rainfall of 889 mm, and dry and cold winters.

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The city of Anantapur is located along the National Highway of Anantapur District in Andhra Pradesh. The town is the divisional headquarters of Anantapur revenue division, as well as the Mandal headquarters of Anantapur Mandal. It is the largest district in the state of Andhra Pradesh.  The city has a rich registry of historically significant monuments. Anantapur is also well-known for its flourishing silk trades, which contributes substantially towards the handicrafts industry and economy of Andhra Pradesh.

Anantapur is the perfect blend of history and cultural heritage with the modernisation of urban life and evolving lifestyles. The old architectural wonders, combined with the high-rises and highways are the perfect representation of the versatility of Andhra Pradesh. There are several beautiful shrines, temples, museums and forts that you can explore, that add to the landscape of Anantapur.

The most remarkable tourist attractions in Anantapur are Ravadurg Gooty Fort, Penukonda Fort, Thimmamma Marrimanu, Rayadurg Fort, Sri Sathya Sai University, and the Spiritual Museum, to name a few. There are also several places of religious significance such as the ISKON Temple, Mounagiri Hanuman Temple, Samadhi Shrine, Madhavaraya Temple

You can also indulge in exciting activities when you are exploring the city of Anantapur. Some examples are visiting the Ahobilam Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy, the Veerabhadra Temple dedicated to Lord Veerabhadra,  visiting the Anantapur Clock Tower, trekking to the Penukonda Fort and the Gooty Fort, and finally indulging in some shopping in and around Anantapur.

Anantapur is 349 metres above the sea level and therefore, the city experiences semi-arid climate, with hot and dry conditions prevailing throughout the year. The summers are hot, with temperatures reaching a maximum of 37 degrees Celsius. The region receives moderate rainfall starting from the month of March. Winter lasts from November to February.

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The city of Kurnool is situated on the banks of the Tungabhadra River. This city is often referred to as The Gateway of Rayalaseema. Although the region of Kurnool is ancient, with many historical events and landmarks to its name, modernisation of the area started right after it was established in the 16th century, with the construction of the Konda Reddy Fort.

Kurnool is a picturesque town, with the Tungabhadra River running parallel to the lush green Nala Malas Mountain Range. There are several beautiful tourist spots such as Mahanandi, Mantralayam, Belum Caves and Nallamala Forests, which enhance the natural beauty of the place.

There are several major tourist attractions in Kurnool. Some of the places you must visit while touring the town includes the Ahobilam Temple, Belum Caves, Yaganti Temple, Mahanandi Temple, Sakshi Ganapati Temple,  Shikaresvara Temple, Nava Narasimha Temple, etc. The Nagarjunasagar-Srisailam Tiger Reserve is home to over 72 tigers, and if you are a lover of nature, you can visit other places such as Oravakallu Rock Garden and Shivaji Spoorthy Kendra.

The landscape and geography of Kurnool allow tourists to participate in several exciting activities that are bound to make their trip memorable. For example, trekking in the Konda Reddy Fort, visiting the famous Dakshina Shirdi Sai Baba Temple, exploring the culture and history of Kurnool by visiting the Archaeological Museum Kurnool, visiting the Kurnool City Outdoor Stadium, the Rollapadu Bird Sanctuary are some of the more popular activities.

The city of Kurnool is situated at an elevation of 285 metres above sea level, therefore, the climate here is a local steppe climate. The average temperature remains around 28 degrees Celsius with very little rainfall in the area in and around Kurnool. The winters in Kurnool are not very cold, and it is considered the best time to visit if you want to experience the best in the city.

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Nestled on the banks of Godavari river, Rajahmundry is a beautiful city in Eastern Andhra Pradesh located around 50 Km away from Kakinada. Reckoned as one of the most ancient cities, it forms a perfect place to learn about the diverse traditions of Southern India. The historical city is also enveloped by major destinations including Visakhapatnam, Vijayawada, and Warangal, making it an ideal hangout spot for quick weekend getaways.

Whether you want to unwind in utmost peace amidst the hilly terrains or treat your eyes with the views of pristine river Godavari, Rajahmundry has something for everyone. This southern Indian beauty is flecked with numerous picture-postcard attractions where you can devour the confluence of hilly terrains and meandering rivers, as well as, enjoy the company of some exotic wildlife creatures.

From verdant attractions of Papi Hills and Pattiseema to sacred spots like Isckon temple, Kotikallio and Goutami Ghat, Rajahmundry has a lot of diversity to offer to its visitors. The city also encompasses some wildlife destinations such as Maredumilli where tourists can admire the unspoiled views of lush green forests, capture rare wildlife beauties in their camera, or interact with tribals to dive deeper into the local culture. If you are a nature lover looking for a spot to soak in nature's charm, make your way towards the Godavari Bridge and see the sun setting down, leaving its reddish hue lingering over the river.

With so many exotic attractions in its reserve, the city of Rajahmundry won't let you have a single dull moment. While here, feel free to indulge in numerous leisure and fun activities to make your weekend getaway a worthwhile affair. Make your way to the popular Rallabandi Museum which awaits your presence with several ancient handicrafts, statues, and coins or unfurl the local art at the Damerla Rama Rao Art Gallery.

If you are travelling with a large group, plan a day trip to the Water Village amusement park and let out the child in you. For more fun experiences, take a boat tour along the holy Godavari and admire the breathtaking landscape of Rajahmundry as it passes by you.

In addition to its picturesque setting and religious significance, Rajmundry also intrigues the visitors with its pleasant weather conditions. While you might experience some degree of hotness during the summer months, the winters in Rajahmundry are marked by moderate temperature and pleasant climate. Hence, October to March is considered as the best time to embark on Rajahmundry tour.

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Known by the locals as Borra Guhalu, the Borra Caves of Vizag are one of the most adventurous places to visit in Vizag.  This tourist attraction of Vizag is located in the Ananthagiri Hills of the Araku Valley. The hills rise to a staggering height of 800-1400 m.

The Borra Caves are filled with speleothems, stalactites, and stalagmites at an elevation of 705 m themselves. Roughly 80 m deep, these caves consist of karstic limestone and are considered the deepest in the country. As a tourist, you will enjoy the scenic beauty of the caves as you walk on complex trails to reach the caves. Do not forget to revel in the locals’ stories about the history and the presiding deity of the caves. 

Location: Andhra Pradesh 531149

Price: Rs. 40 for adults, Rs.30 for children and Rs. 25 for camera

Timings: 10 AM to 5 PM
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Popularly known as the Kashmir of Andhra Pradesh, Lambasinghi is a quaint hill station that experiences snowfall in the winter months. Just 100 Km away from Visakhapatnam, this hill beauty is cradled at an altitude of 1000 meters above the sea level.

While here, you can cherish the surreal views of verdant forests and Chintapalli Valley from the top, get some fresh air at Kothapalli Waterfalls, explore the local pepper and coffee plantations, or enjoy a leisurely stay in the slow-paced town of Narsipatnam. If you are in a mood for some action-packed adventure, feel free to head for a camping trip with your group to Lambasingi.

With sightseeing spots such as Kondakarla Bird Sanctuary and Yerravaram Waterfalls, the village also abounds with a diverse variety of flora and fauna making it an ideal weekend getaway for wildlife buffs. For all those nature lovers who wish to unwind in a peaceful atmosphere, a short trip to Thajangi Reservoir is the best bet.

Highlight of the place: 
Kothapalli Waterfalls, Susan Garden, Ghat Road, Yerravaram, Kondakarla Bird Sanctuary, Annavaram Temple.

Location: Chintapalli Mandal, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh.
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A scenic spot located on the border of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu, Pulicat Lake or Pulicat Bird Sanctuary is sprawled over an area of 759 sq km. The lake is known to be the second-largest lagoon in India and it forms one of the most ideal places to visit in Andhra Pradesh for nature lovers and bird watchers.

While here, relax with the sight of some fascinating bird species such as Flamingos and Kingfishers or just sit idle to soak in the serene atmosphere of this place. Moreover, you can also take it as an opportunity to indulge in numerous water sports activities.

Highlight of the place: 
Bird species such as Flamingo and Kingfishers, Aquatic sports, Bird photography, Boating villages around the lake.

Location: Coromandel Coast, Andhra Pradesh.
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Reckoned as the largest cave system in India, Belum Caves is popular for its unique formations that comprise of stalagmite and stalactite. The magnificent cave is nestled in the Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh and has been marking their presence since aeons.

It encompasses numerous pathways with meandering water streams which create a picture-postcard view for the visitors. The deepest point of the cave, Pataalganga, is 46 Km inside and is not accessible to the common tourists.

It also houses a unique musical chamber called Saptasvarala Guha which when hit with anything, creates musical notes. Though around 3.5 Kilometers of this cave is successfully explored, only 1.5 Kilometers remain accessible to the visitors.

Highlight of the place: 
Limestone formations, Saptasvarala Guha, Pataalganga, The three sinkholes formed by the relentless flow of Patalganga.

Location: Kolimigundla, Andhra Pradesh.
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The holy town of Srikalahasti is the Mandal headquarters of the Srikalahasti Mandal, and is considered an incredibly holy place. The name of the town – SriKalahasti – is derived from the symbolic creatures Sri (spider), Kala (snake) and Hasti (elephant) who are all associated with Lord Shiva according to Hindu mythology.

The most beautiful aspect of the city of Sri Kalahasti is the famous Vayu Linga Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, where Vayu Lingam represents “wind”. The spirituality of Sri Kalahasti blends in seamlessly with the serenity of its natural surroundings, creating a spiritual ambience that is sought after by thousands of people. This is one of the primary attractions of this town.

There are several beautiful places to explore when you are visiting the Temple city of Sri Kalahasti. Some of the most popular places are the Srikalahasteeswara Temple, also known as the “Kailash” of  South India, the picturesque Veyilingala Kona Waterfall – which means “the valley of a thousand lingas”, the Sri Subrahmanya Swamy Temple which is famously dedicated to Lord Murugan, the Bharadwaja Tirtham, and the Sahasra Linga Temple where 1,000 Shiva Lingams are carved out of a single rock.

Srikalahasti is, however, not only famous for its temples and spirituality. When you are in town, you can also engage in other outdoor activities as well. The lush green mountains, the cascading waterfalls and an undulating terrain present the opportunity for many adventurous sports such as boating, trekking, paragliding, and other interesting water sports. You can try your hand at kayaking and windsurfing as well.

Since the city of Sri Kalahasti lies almost at a sea level at an elevation of 69 metres, the climate of this region is mainly tropical. Rainfall is moderate to heavy during the summers, which is followed by the monsoons. Rainfall is scarce during the winter months, which is between October to February. The average temperature remains at around 28.8 degrees Celsius throughout the year.
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Revered as one of the remarkable hilly places to see in Andhra Pradesh, Nallamala Hills is stretched over the regions including Nellore, Kurnool, Prakasam, Chittoor, and Kadapa. With its mesmerizing backdrops and lush green surroundings, it has become a favoured destination among the nature lovers and photo fanatics.

The hilly abode also attracts a large influx of adventure junkies who wish to climb the scenic trails rising to an altitude of 4000 feet above the sea level. In addition to being a major sightseeing attraction, it is also a perfect getaway for wildlife buffs with Nagarjunasagar-Srisailam Tiger Reserve covering over half of its area.

To top it all, Nallamala houses several sacred spots where you can offer prayers to the almighty, as well as, admire the enchanting surrounding views.

Highlight of the place: 
Nagarjunasagar Tiger Reserve, Srisailam Dam.

Location: Rayalaseema, Andhra Pradesh.
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The village of Lepakshi is situated in the Anantapur District of Andhra Pradesh. The name of the place is derived from an episode of the epic called “Ramayana”. It is believed that Jatayu landed in this place after his wings were severed by the demonic Ravana. However, Lepakshi is known for more than just its interesting urban legends. It is the site for many famous shrines dedicated to Lord Vishnu, Lord Shiva and Lord Veerabhadra.

These ancient shrines were built by the Vijayanagara Kings during 1336- 1646. The mural paintings and the Kannada inscriptions of the Vijayanagara Kings are of immense historical and archaeological value, which makes the village of Lepakshi an attractive tourist destination. Several stone monuments and structures in Lepakshi such as the Lepakshi Temple, the Nandi Bull and its surroundings paintings are also worth a visit when you are in the vicinity of this village. 

Best time to visit: 
The best time to explore Lepakshi is during the wintertime. However, there is no drastic rise or drop in temperature throughout the year, which means you can visit whenever it is convenient for you.

Summer: The Lepakshi region experiences summertime between March and June.  The temperature during these months generally ranges from 20 degrees Celsius to as high as 40 degrees Celsius. Therefore, the weather remains very hot and humid throughout these months. Sightseeing and long treks can be slightly exhausting because of the intense sun, during this time.

Monsoon:  Lepakshi experiences monsoon between July and August. This region receives moderate to heavy rainfall during this season. The annual rainfall recorded in Lepakshi is 526 m on average. Nature in Lepakshi is at its best during the monsoon season when the rain makes the trees look greener and the waterfalls and lakes look brighter. However, it is also sometimes prone to flooding and heavy rainfall, which can hamper your plans.

Winter: Winters are the most pleasant season in Lepakshi. The weather is always cool with a warm, pleasant sun present in the sky, making this season the best time to visit Lepakshi. Winter in Lepakshi arrives in October and stays till February, and the temperature ranges from 18 degrees Celsius to 32 degrees Celsius during these months. This is the most ideal time for touring and exploring the area.
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The Ananthagiri hills are a stretch of lush, green, dense forest in the Telangana region. The Hills are situated in the Vikarabad district of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh. The springs on these hills give rise to water that flows to Hussain Sagar and Himayat Sagar respectively.

The famous Musi River, which flows through Hyderabad, originates in the Ananthagiri Hills. There are numerous tourist attractions near the Ananthagiri Hills such as the Anantha Padmanabha Swamy Temple and the Nagasamudram Lake. Apart from these, you can, of course, take advantage of the stunning natural beauty and the fresh air of the hills, where you can go trekking and hiking.

Best time to visit: 
The best time to visit Ananthagiri Hills is during the monsoon and winter season since it is a hill station. However, there are benefits of visiting this place throughout the year.

Summer:  Ananthagiri Hills experiences summer between April to June. The summers are generally hot and humid and the temperature can soar up to 40 degrees Celsius. The sky generally remains clear and the sun shines brightly into the late hours of the day, which also increases humidity in the area.

Monsoon:  The hills of Ananthagiri look magical during the monsoon season, which is between June and September. Several mountainous streams and waterfalls flow throughout the hills during this time, which makes the place even more attractive. The average annual rainfall recorded in this region is about 1,008 mm. But sometimes, torrential rain during monsoon might hinder tourism and sightseeing in the hills.

Winter: Winter in Ananthagiri Hills are cool and pleasant. The region experiences winter between October to February, when the temperature ranges from 13 degrees Celsius to 30 degrees Celsius. Ideally, this is the best time to visit Ananthagiri Hills to enjoy adventurous activities like trekking, hiking and rock climbing.
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The beautiful town of Puttaparthi is situated on the banks of Chitravathi River, in the Anantapur District in Andhra Pradesh. The original name of Puttaparthi used to be Gollapalli. The town of Puttaparthi is surrounded by rolling hills with the Chitravathi River flowing through it. This river is a tributary of the Pennar River and is the main highlight of Puttarparthi’s natural wealth.

The undulating ranges of lush green hills and the winding Chitravathi River, together with the spirituality of the town population is one of the primary attractions of Puttaparthi. It is not as densely populated as some of the other places in Andhra Pradesh, making it the perfect retreat for nature-lovers.

There are several interesting places to visit in Puttaparthi besides the main temple you can visit the Chaitanya Jyoti Museum which features the stories from the life of Sai Baba, the Sathya Sai Ashram, the Wish-Fulfilling Tree which is believed to grant wishes, and the Sri Sathya Sai Space Theatre or the Planetarium.

From shopping to meditating under the Meditation Tree, tourists are offered several outdoor activity options in Puttaparthi. Depending on how adventurous you are feeling or what kind of activity would help you relax, you can try your hand at kayaking, water skiing, white water rafting, windsurfing, trekking, hiking, camping and much more.

The climate of Puttaparthi generally remains hot and dry throughout the year. The temperature in summer ranges from 34 degrees Celsius to 42 degrees Celsius. But the winters are comparatively cool and pleasant with temperatures ranging between 22 degrees Celsius to 27 degrees Celsius. The months between March and July are the hottest, while a very pleasant season prevails between November to January. The annual rainfall is approximately 603 mm.
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Known for its palm-fringed canals, virgin backwaters, and pathways lined with coconut plantations, Dindi is a scenic village located on the banks of Godavari River. It also houses two attractive houseboats which form the bedrock of its popularity.

As you enter this sleepy village, get ready to be taken aback with its natural splendour and serene vibe which will relieve your stress in just no time. Whether you are up for a beach vacation or want to take a trip to the backwaters, Dindi encompasses a little bit of everything.

Looking to indulge in some memorable camping experiences? Make your way to this little paradise and spend your night gazing at the star-lit sky amidst the lush green fields of Dindi.

Highlight of the place: 
Beach treks, Backwaters, Houseboats, Antarvedi.

Location: Dindi, Kondicionali district, Andhra Pradesh.
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One of the most preferred places to visit in Andhra Pradesh among the eco-tourists, Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary features diverse flora, fauna, and spellbinding views of sea intertwining with the river. The wildlife abode houses around 35 species of mangrove plants, as well as, 120 species of exotic birds.

If you get lucky, you might also spot the endangered long-billed and white-backed vulture. Moreover, it has gained utmost popularity for its saltwater crocodiles and salt-tolerant flora species including Rhizophora and Avincinia.

Sprawled over an area of 235 square kilometres, Coringa welcomes you with its unspoiled habitat which is marked by lush green forest lands and wooden bridges from where you can admire the birds-eye view of the surrounding region.

Highlight of the place: 
Saltwater crocodiles, White-backed vultures, Mangrove trees, Wooden walkways.

Location: Coringa, East Godavari District, Kakinada.
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The historical town of Nagarjunakonda is situated near Nagarjuna Sagar in the district of Guntur, Andhra Pradesh.  It is located 160 km west of the famous Amaravati Stupa. The city is named after Nagarjuna, the well-known southern Indian master of Mahayana Buddhism who lived in the 2nd century AD. Today, Nagarjunakonda is one of the most important centres of Buddhism in the world. But most of the relics now lie under the Nagarjunasagar Dam. These relics have been excavated in the recent past and have been transferred to a drier island to keep them dry and safe.

The beauty of Nagarjunakonda lies in its ancient relics. This city is an important and popular tourist spot because of its rich historical value and its unique insight into the history, growth and tenets of Buddhism. 
Nagarjunakonda is home to some major tourist attractions in Andhra Pradesh including the Nagarjunakonda caves and Museum, situated at the top of the hill, which caves provide a lot of information about the Buddhist population that existed there centuries ago.

The Dhamma Nagarjuna is a meditation centre that was established by the Chief Abbot of the Nalanda University to preach Buddhism in Southeast Asia.  The Nagarjunasagar Dam cum Waterfall is the largest masonry dam in the world.

The Kaman Bazaar is a popular place in Nagarjunakonda, a famous market, known for clothes and various accessories. You can also visit Gandhi Chowk, which is the main market for jewellery trade in the area. One of the most thrilling activities to enjoy in Nagarjunakonda is a river cruise on the Krishna, where you can travel to an ancient island which has prehistoric and Medieval relics that have been excavated by archaeologists. it is also a great place to learn about the tenets of early Buddhism while experiencing the incredible natural beauty of the place. 

The tropical city remains hot and humid through most part of the year. The summer months are from March to June when the temperatures can reach up to 45 degrees Celsius. The region receives moderate to heavy rainfall in monsoon between July to September. The winters are cool and pleasant and it lasts between October to February.
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