Once a colossal state, Andhra Pradesh today has been divided into two states. Telangana is the newly formed state. Now the new Andhra Pradesh is located on the south-east coast of the country and still, it is the eighth largest state of India. The state is a stunning tourist destination bejewelled with ancient history, rich culture, delicious coastal cuisines, architectural grandness and amazing natural and wildlife beauty.
The state boasts a spectacular nature’s diversity teeming with thrilling caves, mist clad hills, verdant valleys, exalted waterfalls and beaches. Some of the striking attractions are Borra Caves in the Ananthagiri Hill, Talakona Waterfall in Sri Venkateswara National Park, bearing a height of 270-foot fall. Other attractions are Belum Caves, Horsley Hills, Ananthagiri Hills, Dindi, Bhavan Island, and the Dolphin’s Nose. Araku Valley with its cool, pleasant weather and lush vegetation is a scenic place to enjoy laid-back holiday moments. Various bird sanctuaries, wildlife parks paints the rich wildlife scene of the state. Indira Gandhi Zoological Park, Pulicat Sanctuary and the famous Kolleru Lake Bird Sanctuary have their own speciality to tantalising the travellers.
With rich culture and history, the land offers some of the stunning ancient structures for travellers to explore. Several southern Indian’s mighty kingdoms had ruled the state and this is visible in the historical landmarks manifestation. The land is famed for its range of intricate and exquisite artefacts showcasing amazing rich tradition and culture. Its major cities offer an amazing picture of its people, culture and traditions. In the past one decade, the cities have developed embracing modern views and ideology, while at the same time retaining their traditional charm. Tourists must visit the plethora of Hindu and Jain temples located all throughout the states. Explore Andhra Pradesh like never before with Tybros Holidays.