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Andhra Pradesh Caves

Belum Caves, Belum Caves, Andhra Pradesh Tour Packages
Originally discovered in 1854 by H.B.Foote, these subturanean passages were explored by the Department of archealogy and Museums, followed by team of European spalelogist led by Mr Gebaner, Belum Caves are the second largest natural caves in Indian Sub. continent after Meghalaya Caves.

Borra Caves, Kirinrandal
Borra Caves are located at distance of 90 km from Visakhapatnam. They are spread over the Eastern Ghats and occupy an area of 2 square kilometers. The one-million-year-old Borra Caves are situated at a height 1400 feet above the sea level.

Guthikonda Caves, Guthikonda
Close to Karampudi, 38 Kms from Narasaraopet Guthikonda caves are located amidst dense forest. The environment here is serene. The subterra mean passage (Bilam/Cave) at Guthikonda yielded an antinnae sword cast of copper datable to the ehalcolithic times. The cave was used as habitation site by the protohistoric people. The location in forest and the hills attract furnists during the week ends.

Mogalarajapuram Caves, Vijayawada
These caves are datable to 5th Century AD. The idols of Lord Nataraja, Vinayaka and Arthanareeswara are carved here.

Undavalli Caves, Undavalli Undavalli Caves, Andhra Pradesh Tour Packages
The Undavalli caves, in the village of Undavalli, are at a distance of and nearly The high hill overlooking the Krishna river hosts fine specimens of rock cut architectural of the Buddhists. These caves were excavated in 4th-5th centuries A.D. These four storied caves with a 5m long reclining statue of Lord Vishnu sculpted from a single block of granite, is one of the best and earliest type here.

Yaganti Caves, Yaganti
The natural caves at Yaganti such as Rokalla cave, Venkateswara cave, Sanka cave, and Veera Brahmam caves add beauty and serenity to this holy place. Potuluri Veera Brahmam has written his monumental work, kalagnanam in this cave only.