Tourist Places in Araku Valley

Places to Visit in Araku Valley

Araku Valley - #3 of 41 in Andhra Pradesh |
Araku Valley Average Rating - 5.6/7 1 based on 1797 Ratings

Araku Valley is mostly preferred by travellers from Hyderabad, Vishakapatnam. The go to destination for types of travellers, be it family, kids and couples, Araku Valley is, however, mostly preferred by Couple, Group. The best season or months to visit places in Araku Valley are February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December. There are 11 tourist places in Araku Valley, which can be explored by travellers. Local attractions can be visited at any time of the day, be it early morning, afternoon, evening or night, as suitable for travellers. Sightseeing in Araku Valley can be done by travellers, which will take half a day or one day, but to see all sightseeing places, travellers need to stay in Araku Valley for 2 days to 3 days.
Travellers can also download HolidayIQ.com's Araku Valley Travel Guide to learn about places to visit in Araku Valley, browse through photos & pictures, explore Araku Valley using a map, and read sightseeing reviews. Recently reviewed tourist attractions in Araku Valley, which are great places to visit, are Kuntala Waterfalls, Bheemunipatnam Beach, Dumbriguda Waterfalls, Tyda Park, Katiki Waterfalls. Araku Valley can be visited in summer, monsoon or winter.
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Araku Valley Tourist Places



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Borra Caves, Araku Valley
  • Type: Cave
Borra Caves, Araku Valley
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Ranked 1 of 11
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6.1/ 7 1
24 Ratings & 13 Reviews
Borra Caves, also called as Borra Guhalu in the native language, are situated in Araku Valley and form a part of the Ananthagiri Hills. Drained by the Gosthani River, these caves are mostly a composition of substances like stalagmite and stalactite. Located on the East Coast... Read More »
Araku Tribal Museum, Araku Valley
  • Type: Museum
  • Entry: Paid
Araku Tribal Museum, Araku Valley
Rank 2
Ranked 2 of 11
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4.3/ 7 1
14 Ratings & 11 Reviews
Araku Tribal Museum is situated on Araku Road in the heart of Araku Valley. Located in the vicinity of Padmapuram Botanical Gardens, the museum offers a glance at the lifestyle and cultures of the tribal communities indigenous to the Eastern Ghats. Araku Tribal Museum is built... Read More »
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Katiki Waterfalls, Araku Valley
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Ranked 3 of 11
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5.9/ 7 1
9 Ratings & 8 Reviews
Katiki Waterfalls is named after Katiki, the place where it is located. The waterfall is about 50 ft high and lies around 4 km away from Borra Caves. Katiki Waterfalls originate from the Gosthani River and contains greenery and clear water in its vicinity. Considered... Read More »
"Damn cool place!"2 months ago "Not fit for kids"3 months ago
Padmapuram Botanical Gardens, Araku Valley
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Ranked 4 of 11
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3.8/ 7 1
8 Ratings & 6 Reviews
Padmapuram Botanical Gardens is a historic garden located on the Araku Road. Initially, the purpose of this garden was to provide vegetable supplies to the soldiers, who fought in the Second World War. Simply called the Botanical Garden now, it acts as a horticultural nursery... Read More »
Ananthagiri Hills, Araku Valley
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Ranked 5 of 11
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6.1/ 7 1
8 Ratings & 4 Reviews
Ananthagiri Hills, most popularly known for their coffee plantations, are found while heading towards Araku Valley from Visakhapatnam. Located at a distance of 6 km from Vikarabad, these hills are surrounded by the ranges of the Eastern Ghats. Located at an elevation... Read More »
Tyda Park, Araku Valley
  • Type: Forest
  • Entry: Paid
Tyda Park, Araku Valley
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Ranked 6 of 11
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Average Rating
4.9/ 7 1
5 Ratings & 4 Reviews
Bheemunipatnam Beach, Araku Valley
  • Type: Beach
Bheemunipatnam Beach, Araku Valley
Rank 7
Ranked 7 of 11
Places to Visit in Araku Valley
Average Rating
6.3/ 7 1
4 Ratings & 2 Reviews
Bheemunipatnam Beach, located at the mouth of the Gosthani River, is a famous attraction of Araku Valley because of its natural beauty. The sandy beach and the blue sea of this attraction are complimented by tall coconut trees in the surroundings. Situated at the confluence of... Read More »
Dumbriguda Waterfalls, Araku Valley
  • Type: Water Fall
Dumbriguda Waterfalls, Araku Valley
Rank 8
Ranked 8 of 11
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6.5/ 7 1
4 Ratings & 2 Reviews
Dumbriguda Waterfalls is located about 15 km from Araku Valley, on the way to Paderu. It 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,... Read More »
"It is a very good destination"Jan 27, 2014 "Nice Place"Oct 24, 2013
Tyda Park, Araku Valley
  • Type: Forest
  • Entry: Paid
Tyda Park, Araku Valley
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Ranked 9 of 11
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4.5/ 7 1
1 Rating
Tyda Park is an upcoming environment friendly project, which is situated about 75 km from Visakhapatnam in Araku Valley. Tyda is well-equipped with services for camping, trekking and birdwatching. Tourists can lodge in log huts and tent, which are built in tribal surroundings... Read More »
  • Type: Village
Matsyagundam, Araku Valley
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Ranked 10 of 11
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5/ 7 1
1 Rating
Matsyagundam, popularly known as the ‘fish pool’, is located in Araku Valley. This hamlet is home to varieties of fish and a century old temple known as Sri Matsyalingeswara Swamy Temple. There are several folklores attached to this temple of Lord Shiva.... Read More »
  • Type: Water Fall
Sangda Waterfalls, Araku Valley
Rank 11
Ranked 11 of 11
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6.5/ 7 1
1 Rating
Sangda Waterfalls lie in the beautiful locals in a small hamlet called Sangda. This village is a part of the Munchingput Mandal.   Read More »

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