Araku valley is more popular as the food bowl of South India and appeals its guests with its lively sights and salubrious climate. Hairpin bends and jaw dropping natural treasures draws several visitors. Navigating through the serpentine hill roads amidst the jagged peaks is itself an exhilarating experience.
Araku, a promising charismatic hill station offers surging waterfalls, thrilling caves and relaxing gardens. Witnessing the dramatic mountains and breathtaking scenery makes for a remarkable voyage. This enchanting valley draws several visitors especially during the months of November to February.
Borra Caves is one of the major landmark of the revered vacation destination near Araku. Adventure afficandos would be thrilled to visit the underground landscape that is said to have been visited by Lord Rama, Sitha and Lakshmana during their 14 years exile. Considered to be one of the deepest caves of the country it also enshrines a Shivalingam.
Experience abundance greenery and enjoy the awe-inspiring views with our one day Vizag to Araku Valley tour. Visitors would be mesmerized with the tranquillity and beauty of the fascinating place.
Visitors flock the city to witness the Submarine Museum set on the RK Beach. Travelers get an opportunity to visit the amazing retired submarine that played a vital role in patrol missions in Indo-Pakistani War in 1971.
Awarded with the Dressing Ship honor it is must see spot of the city. Relegated to the museum status in 2001, the submarine had the privilege of traversing 1, 36,100 kilometers and attracts around three lakh visitors per annum.
Visakha Museum or the Visakhapatnam Municipal Corporation Museum is another treasure of the city that gives an insight into its rich history. Set in the Dutch Bungalow the museum exhibits an impressive collection of armory and portraits. An interesting feature of the museum is that it reflects the maritime history of India.