Language : Telegu
Temperature : Winter 22 deg C-30 deg C, Summer 30 C-37
season : October to February
Airports : Hyderabad, Tirupati, Vijaywada, Vishakapatnam
extends a warm welcome to one and all. The land is replete
with magnificent temples, exotic monuments, an enthralling
plethora of lakes, dreamy beaches, lively wildlife, refreshing
water falls, picturesque valleys and many more. Come! make
your holiday a memorable one, add pleasure to your leisure
and cherish the wonderful moments of life. Now is the time.
Get-set-go. Happy Browsing & Happy touring.
Visakhapatnam, also popularly known as Vizag, is a town situated
on the Bay of Bengal coast surrounded by delightful forested
hills. The city derives its name from the God of valour “Visakha”.
Warangal is named after
one of the many huge rocks named “ Orugallu ” near by. In
short, Warangal offers great variety to the visitors with
its temples, fort, exquisite architecture etc. The planetarium
in Hanamkonda is worth visiting.
the capital of Andhra Pradesh has a long and illustrious history
of 400 years. It served as the headquarters of the Qutub Shahis
and their successors, the Asaf Jahis. Situated on the banks
of the river Musi, this city has many splendors and wonders
of rich variety, which keeps the visitors spell bound. It
is a city of alluring contradictions.
Rajahmundry is a place of historical and religious significance.
It is famous for it’s political, social, economical and cultural
background. It was earlier called as “Rajamahendrapuram”.
The name underwent many changes with the changes in the dynasties.
Rajahmundry was ruled over by Vengi Chalukyas, Kakatiyas,
Reddy’s, Qutubshahis, the French and the British. Pushkaram
or the Kumbha Mela of south is celebrated here once in 12
years, during which the devotees take a holy dip in Godavari,
to emerge free from their worldly sins.
Kurnool lies near the south bank of the Tungabhadra River.
It came into limelight in 1620 A.D, when it was conquered
by Abdul Wahad Khan. His tomb is the main attraction of the
city. It gained further prominence under the Mughals and their
successors, the Asaf Jahi’s of Hyderabad. Finally it was taken
over by the British at the beginning of the 19th century.
Vijayawada is the heart of Andhra culture and language. Situated
in the richly irrigated Krishna river delta, Vijayawada is
one of the thriving business centers of Andhra Pradesh. The
city is picturesquely surrounded by hills on three sides and
swiftly flowing waters on the fourth side. It was originally
an important Buddhist site. In the 7th century, it became
a main center for the eastern Chalukyas who created large
cave treasure temples within the rocky hills.
Ananthapur is a place worth visiting, if you are a pilgrim
seeking refuge in the ‘Abode of the Highest Peace’- Puttaparthi,
or a lover of forts wanting to explore and discover novel
things of the past. The entire area of Anantapur is rich in
Tirupati is situated
at the foot of seven hills and is the destination of countless
pilgrims, who make the ascent to Tirumala in the nearby hills.
It is the lively commercial city facilitated by tourist activities.
Apart from being the stopover point for devotees’ going to
Tirumala and other temples, Tirupati has it’s own share of
forts, hill resorts and wild life sanctuaries that are worth