Unfurl the charismatic beauty of the Andhra Pradesh encompassed in its heritage and culture. Tour Andhra Pradesh and explore the contours of its landscape. Plan your travel to Andhra Pradesh in such a way that you are able to explore its enchanting cities, exotic wildlife, and sensuous beaches.
Travel to Andhra Pradesh and discover the virgin beauty of the land. Unfurl the many facets of the state on your Andhra Pradesh travel. As a perfect holiday destination, your Andhra Pradesh travel will encompass the famous Sri Venkateswara temple at Tirupati, Charminar, Salar Jung Museum, Golconda Fort in Hyderabad and Buddhist viharas at Nagarjunasagar. Explore wildlife and bird sanctuaries of Andhra Pradesh on your state tour. Spend your holidays in Andhra Pradesh and make your vacations an incredible experience.
Trees of great size, plentiful climbers, and abundance of cane and bamboo make Arunachal evergreen. Tropical rainforests are to be found in the foothills and the hills in the east on the border with Burma. Northernmost border is covered with Alpine forests.
The climate varies from hot and humid in the Shivalik range with heavy rainfall. It becomes progressively cold as one moves northwards to higher altitudes.
Getting There :
- By Air: The capital is well connected by air, rail, and road to all major cities of India.
- By Rail: Trains go to all the big cities – Bangalore, Bombay, Calcutta, Delhi.
- By Bus: There are 3 main bus stations in addition to privately run companies. They run both interstates and out of state.
Fast Facts :
- Area: 38,863 sq km
- Population: 31.8 million.
- Religion: Hindus (57.28%), Muslims (23.32%), Christians (19.31%)
- Capital: Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum)
- Languages: Malayalam, Hindi, English
- Major Cities: Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi & Kozhikode
Tourist Attractions :
Travel to Hyderabad, the fifth largest metropolis in India. Being the state capital of Andhra Pradesh, the city is famous for its monuments, temples, and mosques representing the culture and heritage of the region. The palaces and buildings,
houses and tenements, gardens and streets have a history and an architectural individuality of their own, which makes Hyderabad, a city of enchantment. The city is well known as the ‘city of Nawabs’. On your Travel to Hyderabad, you can visit several old monuments, which are popular among the tourists. Charminar forms the main attraction of the place nearby is the massive and sacred structure of the Mecca Masjid. A tour to Hyderabad would take you to the Jami Masjid and the Toli Masjid mosques, which are worth visiting.
Also near the Char Minar is the oldest mosque in Hyderabad (1597 AD).
Tirupati is famed for the shrine on the Seven Hills of Tirumala dedicated to Lord
Venkateswara. The town of Tirupati is one of the most ancient and sacred pilgrimage spots in India. The hill near the temple is called ‘Tirumala’ or the “sacred hill.” The temple is said to be the busiest in the world and the Brahmotsavam is undoubtedly celebrated for its oriental pomp and pageantry in September every year.
Often called “The Arc de Triomphe of the East”, Charminar was built by Mohammad Quli Qutub Shah, the erstwhile Qutub Shahi Sultan of Golconda, in 1591. It was the center of attraction of the magnificent capital city of Mohammad Quli Qutub Shah.
Standing atop an isolation hill on the outskirts of the city, the fort is known for its acoustic effects inbuilt in the architectural design. The original fort was built by the Kakatiyas of Warangal, some eight hundred years ago. The Qutb Shahi rulers of Hyderabad adopted for the fort and converted the mud structure into solid battlements and palaces with stone.
The city was once the heartland of Telugu culture. The capital of the Kakatiya rulers. Warangal today contains some of the best forms of architecture, especially in temples. The 1000-pillar temple and the Ramappa temple in the district are glowing examples of the exquisite architecture patronized by the Kakatiyas.
Qutub Shahi Tombs
This cluster of graceful structures is the last resting place of the Qutb Shahi dynasty. Surrounded by well-maintained gardens, the tombs are remarkable in their uniformity of design, each crowned by an onion-shaped dome.