“Vizag,”also known as Visakhapatnam , is the second largest Smart city of AndhraPradesh and one of the fastest-growing cities in Asia. With a busy port and a Natural Harbour, it is a home to a Shipbuilding Yard, an Oil Refinery, a Steel Plant and other Major Industries.The awe-inspiring Eastern Ghats on the one side and the Bay of Bengal on the othergive the city a magical touch.Whether you are off-shore, on-shore, in the heart of the city.
The Dolphin’s Nose, a rocky headland 174metershighat358metersabovesea-level,is among the most captivating spots ofVizag.The powerful beacon ofthelighthouse, set on a rock at sea, directsships 65 km away.The Dolphin’s Nosecharmstheyoungandtheoldalike.
The VUDA Park is an excellent place for leisure and amusements. A well-equipped gym, pleasure
Spread over 450 acres, the Indira Gandhi Zoological Park housesexotic species of birds and animals in natural habitat. A substantialportion of the zoo has been earmarked for a deer park
The Araaku Valley is the high point of a vacation in the lap of nature.One of the most important tourist destinations in Andhra Pradesh,AraakuValleyissituatedabout112kmfromVisakhapatnam.
In fact, the very journey to Araku Valley on the Eastern Ghats,with thick forests on either side itself, is a highly rewardingexperience.The mountainous route offers cool.
Situated about 18 km from Visakhapatnam,Appikonda is also known as Kapilakonda. Ithas a Siva temple with a life size bull carved out of black stone. The temple has 12thcentury inscriptions suggesting that thevillage was granted by a commander-in-chiefofthe Cholas for supporting worshiping the temple.
A key stopover in the Buddhist Circuit of Andhra Pradesh,Visakhapatnam has many Buddhist sites, including thoseexcavatedrecently.
While tourist attractions in Vizag provide feast forthe eyes, the hotels and restaurants in the cityserve lip-smacking delicacies to suit all purses. Seafoodloverscaneattotheirheart’s.