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The Araku Valley,serene, soothing and a beauty that is out-of-the-world, is about 120 km from Vishakapatnam. With blissful waterfalls, streams and colourful flowers among the greenery, this is the most preferred spot for those who wish to rest in mother nature's lap. The inhabiting 17 ethnic tribes, with their cultural traditions vibrantly alive, enrich the visitors' experience with their songs and dances, especially the traditional folk dance Dhimsa.

To get there:

Nearest airport is Vishakapatnam
Rail: Araku has a rail head
Road: Bus service is available from Vishakapatnam


Ninety kilometres away from the Araku Valley,the Borra Caves are one of the oldest caves of the world. A million years old, the caves have magnificent stalactites and stalagmite formulations.

To get there:

Buses are available from the Araku Valley


Nagarjuna Sagar, the world's largest masonry dam, stands 120 km from Hyderabad, spanning the River Krishna. Nagarjuna Sagar Hydro Power Station,set up at the dam, generates hydro electricity. There is also an effective irrigation system for utilising the water of River Krishna.

The dam, when under construction, threatened the very existence of the nearby Nagarjunakonda, a famous Buddhist city discovered through excavations. The precious ancient objects were then shifted to an island in the centre of the lake, where they are now safely preserved in a museum. The museum, containing fine old Buddhist sculptures, carvings and terracotta and other valuable relics, can be visited by ferrying across.

To get there:

Air: Nearest airport is Hyderabad.
Rail: Nearest rail head, Macherla is 29 km away from
Nagarjuna Sagar.
Accessible by road from Hyderabad (120 kms), Warangal (237 kms) and Vijaywada (192 kms). Bus services are available between Macherla and Nagarjuna Sagar.

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