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Caves

Belum Caves , Belum - Discovered in 1854 by H.B.Foote. Belum Caves are the second largest natural caves in Indian subcontinent after Meghalaya Caves.

Borra Caves , Kirinrandal - The Borra Caves are limestone caves located in the Anantagiri Hills of Eastern Ghats, near Vishakapatnam. They are at a height of about 800 to 1300 metres above Mean Sea Level.

Undavalli Caves , Undavalli - The Undavalli caves is in the village of Undavalli. These four storied caves have a 5 m long reclining statue of Lord Vishnu sculpted from a single block of granite. 

Yaganti Caves , Yaganti - The natural caves at Yaganti are Rokalla cave, Venkateswara cave, Sanka cave, and Veera Brahmam. Potuluri Veera Brahmam wrote his monumental work, Kalagnanam, here. 

Waterfalls

River Godavari racing through a narrow gorge at Papi Kondalu, waterfalls at Ettipotala, Kuntala and rich bio-diversity at Talakona are some of the natural attractions of the state. 

Hill stations

Horsley Hills, at an elevation of 1,265 m, is a famous summer hill resort. 

Tirumala, the famous Balaji temple is here. One has to cross seven hills to the shrine. Walking up the hills is exciting. The entire stretch is lined with handicrafts and food stalls. There is a deer reserve on the way. Also the hills are home to various plant species.

Ananthgiri Hills located on the way to the Araku Valley is a destination which is not to be missed .The serene untouched atmosphere of this place leaves you wanting for more.

Monuments

Charminar, Golconda Fort, Chandragiri Fort, Chowmahalla Palace and Falaknuma.

The Vijayanagar Empire built number of monuments including the Srisailam temple and Lepakshi temples. The Ramappa temple and Thousand Pillars temple in Warangal are famous for their temple carvings.

Other Destinations of interest

Hyderabad, Tirupati, Visakhapatnam, Puttaparti, Rajamundry, Vijayawada, Warangal