Explore the best destinations in Andhra Pradesh with Traveldealsfinder. Book your 13 Days 12 Nights of Andhra Pradesh tour package with Traveldealsfinder. Visit best tourist places in Andhra Pradesh including Hyderabad, Kakinada, Vizag, Tirupati, Vijayawada., Rajahmundry, Warangal.
Day - 1 Hyderabad
Welcome and assistance on arrival at Hyderabad airport/railway station and check into the hotel. Later a half-day city tour and in the evening see the Sound and Light show at Golconda Fort. Hyderabad
called the Pearl City, offers a variety of tourist attractions ranging from Heritage monuments, Lakes and Parks, Gardens and Resorts, Museums to delectable cuisine and delightful shopping experience.
Day - 2 Hyderabad
A full day city tour of Hyderabad. A visit to the Ramoji Film City, Salar Jung Museum and Birla Mandir.
Ramoji Film City on the outskirts of Hyderabad is a dream world created on a sprawling 1000 acre land, with every imaginable set and location to produce any kind of a movie. Salar Jung Museum houses one of the biggest one-man collection of antiques of the world by Mir Yousuf Ali Khan, Salar Jung III. The objects dart include Persian carpets, Moghal miniatures, Chinese porcelain, Japanese lacquerware, famous statues including the Veiled Rebecca and Marguerite and Mephistopheles, a superb collection of jade, daggers belonging to Queen Noor Jahan and the Emperors Jahangir and Shah Jahan, Aurangzeb’s sword and many other fabulous items.
Day 03: Hyderabad – Srisailam by road (240 km/6 Hrs)
Morning proceeds to Srisailam. On arrival check into the hotel/guest house. Evening, visit the Srisailam Temple
or the Sri Brahmarambika Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple is one of the twelve Jyotirlingam shrines of Lord Shiva. The presiding deities here are Mallikarjuna (Shiva) and Bhramaramba (Devi). Overnight stay at Srisailam.
Day - 4 Srisailam – Nagarjuna Sagar Dam by road (225 km/6 Hrs)
Morning proceeds to Nagarjuna Sagar Dam, on arrival check into the guest house. Nagarjuna Sagar Dam’s
sheer size and magnitude leave one with awe and surprise. The dam is an engineering marvel. Stretching across the river Krishna, the barrage has created one of the world's largest man-made lake. Overnight stay at Nagarjuna Sagar
Day - 5 Nagarjuna Sagar to Warangal (240 km/6 hrs)
The morning takes a boat excursion to visit the serene Nagarjuna Konda Island Museum on a picturesque island in the centre of the lake and then onward journey to Warangal. On arrival at Warangal check into the hotel. Nagarjunakonda
was one of the largest and most important Buddhist centres in South India from the second century BC until the third century AD. Artefacts from the excavations here are carefully preserved in the Island Museum. Overnight stay at Warangal
Day - 6 Warangal to Kothagudem by road (125 km)
Morning, after a short tour of Warangal Fort, Bhadrakali Temple and Thousand Pillar Temple proceed to Kothagudem.On arrival at Kothagudem check into the hotel. Warangal Fort
has impressive and beautifully carved thorn arches and pillars. The main fort has 45 towers, and a temple of mother earth in the middle of the fort (Swayam Bhudevi Alayam). A legendary masterpiece known as Khush Mahal is situated close to the Warangal Fort.
Day - 7 Kothagudem to Rajamundary via Bhadrachalam (230 km )
Morning, visit the Bhadrachala Temple and proceed onward to Rajamundry and on arrival check into the hotel. Bhardrachalam Temple or Sree Seetha Ramachandra Swamy at Bhadrachala
is dedicated to Lord Sri Ramachandra and situated on the banks of the sacred river Godavari. The uniqueness of the temple is that the idol of Lord Rama has a bow in one hand along with Shanku and Chakra, an amalgamation of two avatars - Vishnu and Rama. Overnight stay at Rajamundary
Day - 8 Rajamundary to Visakapatnam by road (200 km/5 Hrs)
Morning, proceed to Vishakapatnam. On arrival at Vishakapatnam, check into the hotel. Rest of the day is free. Vishakapatnam,
once a small fishing village, today is a busy port endowed with a natural harbour. Being in the midst of the Eastern Ghats on one side and the blue waters of Bay of Bengal on the other, there are a number of places of tourist interest, right from temples, Buddhist sites to nature spots and beaches.
Day - 9 Visakapatnam – Simhachalam – Borra Caves – Vishakapatnam
A full day excursion visiting the Simhachalam Temple and Borra Caves and an option to visit Arakku Valley. Simhachalam,
the presiding deity here is Sri Varaha Lakshminarasimha, Legend has it that the Ugra form of Narasimha as he killed the demon Hiranyakashipu was so fierce that the image is kept covered by sandal paste throughout the year. It is only once a year, during the Chandana Visarjana, that the sandal paste is removed and the deity is seen by the devotees in its real form. The Deity is sculpted in Tribhanga posture, having two hands with the head of a lion on a human torso.
is a pleasant hill station famous for its scenic gardens with lush green nature, valleys, waterfalls and streams. The journey to Araku valley on the Eastern Ghats with thick forest on either side is itself highly interesting and pleasant. The place is over 3200ft. high with a bracing climate. The Botanical Garden at Padmapuram, Government Silk Farm with Mulberry gardens is worth visiting. Overnight stay at Visakapatnam
Day - 10 Vishakapatnam to Kakinada by road (170 km/4 hrs)
Morning, sightseeing of Vishakapatnam and proceed to Kakinada, en-route visit the Annavaram temple. On arrival at Kakinada, check into the hotel. Annavaram Temple
or the Sri Veera Venkata Satyanarayana Swamy, the presiding deity here is Lord Satyanarayana with unique form combining the Trimurthis Viz., Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. The temple is built to resemble a chariot and attracts innumerable pilgrims. Overnight stay at Kakinada
Day - 11 Kakinada – Draksharama – Vijayawada by road (260 km/6-7 Hrs)
Morning, proceed to Vijayawada en route visit Draksharama Temple. On arrival at Vijaywada check into the hotel. In the Evening visit to Kanakadurga Temple. Draksharama
or the Sri Bhimeswara Swami Temple, is dedicated to Lord Shiva with his consort Manikyamba. The Siva linga in this temple is said to be one large crystal, which is 2.6 meters high. This place is also known as Dakshina Kasi.
Day - 12 Vijayawada to Tirupati by road ( 390km/8-9 Hrs)
Morning, proceed to Tirupati. On arrival at Tirupati check into the hotel.
is known as the abode of Lord Venkateswara or Balaji or Srinivasa as the presiding deity Vishnu is known . The hill where the Sri Venkateswara temple is situated is known as Tirumala
, Tirupati town is at the base of the hills. The Tirumala hills comprising of the seven hills is said to resemble a snake with Tirumala forming the hood. Though there is a 20 km motorable road up to the temple, many pilgrims prefer walking the 16 km path. The walk up the hill takes three to four hours.
Day - 13 Vijayawada to Tirupati by road ( 390km/8-9 Hrs)
Morning visits the Sri Venkateshwara Temple at Tirumala, Sri Padmavathi Temple at Trichanoor and the Sri Kalahasti Temple. Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple,
Sri Padmavathi is the divine consort of Lord Venkateswara. Legends have it that a king had performed a great Yagna and when the sacrificial ground was ploughed, there lay a lovely baby girl in a lotus. A celestial voice advised the king to look after the child. Since the child was found in a lotus, she was named as Padmavati. When she grew up, Lord Venkateshwara came in search of her. The nuptial knot between them took place in a celestial manner. Tirupati Yatra is incomplete without a visit to this temple.
Day - 14
Tirupati – Chennai by road (140 km/3 Hrs) Bangalore ( 250 km/5 hrs)
Drop to Chennai or Bangalore.