Upon arrival in the morning at Vizag you will be Picked and transferred to Resort/Hotel. After fresh up and breakfast visit the following places of interest in Vizag:
Simhachalam: Simhadri or Simhachalam temple is a Hindu temple located near Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh, South India. It is dedicated to the incarnation (Avatar) of Vishnu known as Narasimha (the man-lion).
Submarine Museum: Submarine Museum, ‘Smritika’ set up nearby the Vishakhapatnam port, is located at the serene beach named the Rama Krishna Beach. The museum started functioning in 2001 was converted from INS Kusura, a Russian built submarine. Visakha Museum (Visakhapatnam Municipal Corporation Museum) is located in the port city of Visakhapatnam which houses the historical treasures and artifacts of the Kalingandhra region. Museum collections include ancient armory, crockery, coins, silk costumes, jewelry, portraits, manuscripts, letters, diaries, periodicals and maps etc. These all were used by the early settlers in the region.
R K Beach: A visit to Visakhapatnam is surely incomplete without a visit to the Beach. The Rama Krishna Beach or RK Beach as it is commonly called is the closest beach park you can reach from the heart of the city. Over night stay at the Resort/Hotel.
Bheemli Beach: The long scenic drive from Vizag city to Bheemili Beach at Bheemunipatnam is a wonder in itself. The road is broad (four-lane up to a point) and is by the coast, so we catch glimpses of some fishing hamlets, some small temple structures and the blue sea, along the way. On entering Bheemunipatnam, we go by the clock tower and some very quaint and ancient Dutch bungalows to arrive at a turning that finally brings into sight a crowded promenade, a sandy beach and the vast magnificent stretch of the Bay of Bengal that reaches out to meet the shoreline of Bheemili Beach. We see a brick red Dutch Cemetery to the left and a small lighthouse right on the beach.
Thotlakonda: Thotlakonda was influenced by the ancient Kalinga region which was an important source of dissemination of Buddhist culture to Sri Lanka and various parts of South East Asia. A hill on the seacoast with a salubrious climate was the ideal place for Buddhist monks to build a monastic complex here. Thotlakonda came to light during an aerial survey by the Indian Navy.
Ramanaidu Film Studio: It is situated in lush green mountains with face opening up in the Sea.
Rishikonda: Rishikonda Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches of Andhra Pradesh. The scenic beauty of the beach attracts many tourists all the year round.
Kailash Giri: Kailashgiri is one of the favorite destinations for visitors to Visakhapatnam. Kailashgiri is a popular tourist spot offering a panoramic glimpse of the Bay of Bengal and the city. The air is cool and fresh, and both Kailashgiri and the surrounding hills are covered with lush greenery. Back to Resort. Overnight stay.
Check out of the hotel in Vizag and transfer onward journey to Borra caves covering around 40 tunnels, bridges and various landscapes. Upon arrival at borra caves you will be picked up and proceed further for the site seeing of Borra.
Borra Caves: The Borra Caves are located in the Anathagiri Hills of Eastern Ghats, near Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. The caves open 100m on horizontal plane and about 75m on vertical plane. These caves spread over an area of 1sqkm where river Gosthani (which flows through the district) originates. They are at a height of about 800 to 1300m above Sea level and are famous for millions of years old stalactite and stalagmite formations.
Padmapuri Gardens: Padmapuram Gardens built in 1942 on a 26-acre plot to supply vegetables to the soldiers who fought World War II. After the War, it was converted into a Horticultural Nursery cum Training Center where orchards, rare species of flowers and trees, tree houses & stone sculptures greet the eye. The gardens are well laid out and or red soil of this region forms a colourful contrast with the dense greenery in this garden.
Tribal Museum: The Tribal Museum in Araku Valley explores the tribal culture of Eastern Ghats.The Tribal Museum exhibits rich tribal tradition and several artifacts. One can see the tools used by the tribes and avail information about the social and cultural aspects of the tribal people.There is a stall in the museum where handicrafts items of the tribes are sold.
Drop at Hotel.
Araku – Vizag
Check-out from the hotel & transfer to railways station/Airport. On the way, we will cover:
Ananthagiri: Anantagiri is a breathtakingly beautiful location covered with Australian silver oak with lush undulating ranges of the Eastern Ghats. Ananthagiri is perched at an altitude where the panoramic vista unfolds stunning viewpoints.
Galikonda viewpoint: It is the highest view point on the way to vizag.
We will drop you at the railway station with fond memories.
DO’s and Don’ts
Buy ticket, valuables, and fares from authorised agents only.
Wear comfortable clothing while moving around a city, town, and local markets.
Report suspicious activities to the local police without delay.
Keep in touch with friends and family about your plans and present location.
Always check with authorities before hiring a private cab.
Don’t accept eatables and drinks from strangers or those who try to become friends.
Don’t agree to meet strangers at places you aren’t comfortable or solitary places.
Don’t eat street food and cut fruits/vegetables from non authorized stalls.
Women should not travel alone late at night.
Don’t hitchhike ever.