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1 - Tyda Railway Tunnel
This is a huge area inside the cave with magnificent stalactite structures on...Play Audio
2 - Gosthani River View Point
Raising in the Eastern Ghats, the Gosthani river flows via the Borra Caves th...Play Audio
3 - Ananthagiri Coffee Pla...
Coffee Plantations on Ananthagiri Hills are a must visit, it is 11.4 Km away ...Play Audio
How to get there
The Borra Caves, also called Borra Guhalu, are located on the East Coast of India, in the Ananthagiri hills of the Araku Valley. On the way to Araku Valley, 90 kms from Vishakapatnam.
Borra Caves are located at a distance of 92 Km north of Visakhapatnam. The caves open with 100 meter on horizontal plane and about 75 meters on vertical plane. These caves spread over an area of one square KM and the origin of river Gosthani which flows through the district. This you must see if you are in Araku Valley or in Visakhapatnam. This location is at a height of 800 to 1300 meters from MSL. William King the British geologist discovered borra cave in the year 1807.
How to Reach
The best way to reach this destination is by hopping aboard the Kirandul Passenger train which leaves Vizag & alternately we can book tourist vehicles up to the caves as well.
Best time to visit
Timings: 10 AM to 5.00 PM
December - February are the best months to visit this destination as the weather is pleasant an easier to navigate in as well.
There is no accommodation available close to Borra caves, nearest point is Tyda Jungle bells 15KM or at Ananthagiri hill resort (10 KM )of AP tourism. However there are plenty of hotels available at Araku 36 KM and at Vizag 92 KM.
Borra caves on the list of must-visit places, both for the caves and train journey that takes you there through many tunnels.
Explore the Popular Sightseeing locations
Chaparai Waterfalls is a popular tourist attraction, with its endless streams that cut across big rock formations of Araku Valley. The area around the waterfalls has become a popular site for picnicking.
Gatevalsa, the nearest place to the Caves, have Jeep services offering you a trip to waterfalls. This 120+ feet high cascading waterfall has to be reached by 20-30 minutes trek.
Tyda Jungle Bells Park
Tyda Park is an upcoming environment friendly project, which is situated about 38 km from Borra caves & 75 km from Visakhapatnam in Araku Valley. Tyda is a nice place for camping, trekking and birdwatching.
Spread over 7146 hectares, Kambalakonda Reserve Forest was declared a wildlife sanctuary by the in 2002. Belonged to Maharajah of Vizianagaram till as far as 1970, when it was brought under control of Andhra Pradesh Forest Department.
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