BorraCaves sit on an altitude of about 3,100 feet above sea level on the Eastern Ghats. You can take a train from Visakhapatnam which is 112 kilometers away. A train journey to the ArakuValley passes through 46 tunnels and bridges, giving you picturesque views of the flowing streams. The BoraCaves are a major attraction in the valley.
The Belum caves are the second-largest natural caves in India. They lie under agricultural land and have long passages and fresh water galleries. The caves have three well-like cavities with the central one being used as the entrance after a dissent of about 20 metres. The caves are about 3,220 metres in length.
Apart from the picturesque monuments and natural attractions, Andhra Pradesh is also famous for the RamojiFilmCity. Spread over 2,000 acres, RamojiFilmCity has resplendent hills and lakes and is India’s answer to Hollywood. The FilmCity has 50 studio floors and is equipped with the latest sound equipment and high-tech laboratories. Andhra Pradesh also boasts of an entertainment park, MountOpera, which is a multi-themed park.
One must visit the famous landmarks that are located in Andhra Pradesh to get a true feel of the place. A must on the list is the Charminar and the Golconda Fort. You must also visit the Osmania University, one of the oldest universities in India. For those who are on a religious tour, the innumerable temples located in Andhra Pradesh will leave you feeling spiritually ecstatic.