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Best Tourist Attractions of Andhra Pradesh

In addition to being one of the top states for growing rice, Andhra Pradesh is also a significant tobacco producer in India. The rivers in the state, especially the Godavari and the Krishna, but also the Penneru are responsible for its significance in agriculture.

Its 974 km (605 mi) of coastline is the second-longest in all of India. After existing as the Andhra Pradesh state and the united Andhra Pradesh, the state assumed its current shape on June 2, 2014, when Telangana was created as a result of bifurcation

Top 10 Tourist Attractions of Andhra Pradesh

1.Araku Valley

A tranquil hill town called Araku Valley is 115 kilometres from Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. Because of the stunning Araku Valley tourist attractions and the pleasant climate, it is frequently referred to as the Ooty of Andhra Pradesh. The coffee plantations in this Eastern Ghats valley are well known.

The valley is well known for its delicious coffee, gorgeous, lush landscape, and vibrant tribal culture. Araku Valley has long been a popular travel destination for outdoor enthusiasts thanks to its stunning waterfalls, lush green forests, vast coffee plantations, and exceptional climate.

Major Attractions of Araku Valley

  • Borra Caves
  • Ananthagiri
  • Tribal Museum
  • Chaparai / Chaaparai
  • Tribal Museum
  • Katiki / Katika Waterfalls
  • Padmapuram Garde
  • Tadimada Waterfalls
  • Mastyagundam
  • Tyda Nature Camp
  • Lambasingi


The largest and most populated metropolis in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh is Visakhapatnam, also known as Vizag, Vikha, or Waltair.

The Oldest shipyard in all of India is located in the port city of Visakhapatnam, which is a popular South Indian tourist destination because of its abundace of man-made marvels and natural spectacles.

“Goa of the East Coast” is another name for Vizag, which has long been a popular tourist destination. There are many attractions in this city, including beaches, caves, wildlife sanctuaries, and a submarine museum.

Major Attractions of Visakhapatnam

  • INS Kurusura Submarine Museum
  • Kailasagiri
  • ¬†Varaha Lakshmi Narasimha Temple
  • Rishikonda Beach
  • Yarada Beach
  • Rama Krishna beach
  • Aircraft Museum
  • Dolphin’s Nose
  • Tenneti Park


The most well-known and well-liked of the temples in the Andhra Pradesh town of Tirupati is Sri Venkateswara Temple, which is perched atop one of the seven peaks of the Tirumala Hills. The town is well-known for drawing pilgrims from all over the nation and the world.

According to legend, Lord Vishnu left his home in Vaikunta and lived in the seven hills of Tirupati to free people from the hardships of the Kali Yuga (the fourth and final stage of the world’s history). For this reason, it is frequently said that a trip to the Balaji Temple can be emotionally stirring.

Major Attractions of Tirupati

  • Tirumala Temple
  • Srivari Mettu
  • Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple
  • Sri Varahaswami Temple
  • Sri Govindarajaswami Temple
  • Sri Kalyana Venkateswaraswami Temple
  • ISKCON Temple
  • Talakona Waterfall
  • Tirumala Tirupathi Devasthanam
  • Kapila Theertham
  • Silathoranam


Bezwada, also known as Vijayawada, is a city in eastern Andhra Pradesh, a southern Indian state. It is located on the Krishna River, about 80 miles (130 km) southwest of Rajahmundry, in a generally level plain with occasional hills. The city serves as a key rail and road intersection as well as a hub for Buddhist and Hindu pilgrimages.

Due to the Kanaka Durga Temple of the Hindu Goddess Durga, which is located on the Indrakeeladri hill and is one of the most popular and well-known temples in Andhra Pradesh and India, Vijayawada is regarded as a sacred location.

Major Attractions of Vijayawada

  • Prakasam Barrage
  • Undavalli Caves
  • Hazratbal Dargah
  • Bhavani Island
  • Kanaka Durga Temple
  • Gunadala Matha Church
  • Mangalagiri Hill
  • Subramanya Swamy Temple
  • Kondapally Fort


Anantapur is a historic town that was formerly a prosperous kingdom known as Vijayanagar. The Vijayanagar kings constructed the Penukonda Fort, which is a significant historical landmark in the city. The other significant historical locations are the Rayadurg Fort and the Ravadurg Gooty Fort.

Major Attractions of Ananthapur

  • ISKCON Temple
  • Mounagiri Hanuman Temple
  • Penukonda Fort
  • Ravadurg Gooty Fort
  • Samadhi Shrine
  • Thimmamma Marrimanu
  • Sri Satyasai University
  • ¬†Spiritual Museum
  • Rayadurg Fort

6. Srisailam

The most ancient and revered site in South India is the temple at Srisailam. One of the twelve Jyotirlingams in the nation, Brahmaramba Mallikarjuna Swamy, is the local deity and is housed in natural stone formations in the shape of a lingam.

There are 18 Maha Shakti Peethas, one of which is the Srisailam Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple. Due to the Daksha Yaga legend and Sati’s self-immolation, Sri Parvati appeared in Sati’s place and transformed Shiva into a householder. This mythology tells the tale of how Shakti Peethas came to be.

Major Attractions of Srisailam

  • Pathala Ganga
  • Srisailam Tiger Reserve
  • Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple
  • Akkamahadevi Caves
  • Srisailam Dam
  • Shikaresvara Temple
  • Lingala Gattu
  • Bhramaramba Devi Temple
  • Hemareddy Mallamma Temple

7.Ananthagiri Hills

Ananthagiri is a well-liked weekend getaway from Vizag city. Anantagiri Hills is one of the top tourist destinations in Araku Valley and among the top hill stations in Andhra Pradesh.

Anantagiri, which is located at an elevation of 1168 metres, is well-known for its extensive coffee plantations and numerous waterfalls. On the main road leading to Anantagiri, there is a viewpoint that provides spectacular views of deep valleys on one side and coffee plantations on the other.

The Anantagiri Hills are renowned for their picturesque scenery and pleasant climate. It is the ideal entryway to some time spent in the presence of nature. Both coffee drinkers and nature lovers will find paradise in Anantagiri.


Major Attractions of Ananthagiri Hills

  • ¬†Musi River
  • Anantagiri Hill
  • Chilkur Balaji Temple¬†
  • Mrugavani National Park¬†
  • Singur Dam¬†
  • Ocean Park¬†
  • Osman Sagar Lake


Nellore is one of the most important cities and municipal corporations in the state of Andhra Pradesh, situated on the banks of the Penneru River. It is also the sixth-most populous city in this state. Nellore city is the administrative headquarters of Sri Potti Sri Ramulu Nellore district. 

Nellore is known for the production of mica and gold jewellery. Apart from these two, aquaculture and the cultivation of paddy are two very important engagements of the people of Nellore.

Major Attractions of Nellore

  • ¬†Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple¬†
  • MGB Felicity Mall¬†
  • Pulikat Bird Sanctuary
  • Penchalakona Temple
  • Mypadu Beach
  • Ghatika Siddeswaram
  • Nellapattu Sanctuaryu Beach


Lepakshi, known for its ancient shrines, is rich in mythological grandeur. According to the Valmiki Ramayana, this is where Ram first encountered the dying Jatayu and provided him with salvation by saying the Telegu phrase “Le Pakshi,” which translates to “Rise, oh bird.”

Major Attractions of Lepakshi

  • Veerabhadra Temple
  • Lepakshi Temple
  • Nandi Bull and Painting
  • Lepakshi Jataayu


Rajahmundry, also referred to as Rajamahendravaram, is the administrative centre of the East Godavari district and a city in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It ranks as the state’s fifth-most populous city. In the Madras Presidency during British rule, the District of Rajahmundry was established in 1823.

Due to the presence of numerous places of worship, the most well-known of which is the Sri Veerabhadra Swamy Temple, Rajahmundry is primarily known as a destination for Hindu pilgrims. The River Godavari is revered as a sacred river in addition to being a popular tourist destination.

Major Attractions of Rajahmundry

  • Papi Hills
  • Pattiseema
  • Iskcon Temple
  • Godavari Bridge
  • Gowthami Ghat
  • Maredumilli

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