1464177581_20160326_112245Visakhapatnam is a port city and industrial center in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, on the Bay of Bengal. It’s known for its many beaches, including RK Beach,Rishikonda Beach etc.RK beach is the home of a preserved submarine at the Kursura Submarine Museum.You can find hills and cave in Vizag.

It was a wonderful trip. Basically I want to go to a place where I can enjoy Hill and Sea beach.  That is why I finally decided to go to Vizag. People are  in Vizag very helpful.  But very few people understand Hindi and English. It is a pleasant place.

Here I am sharing my experience in Vizag:

Day 1- My journey has been started from Kolkata (Howrah Station).Train timing was at 11.30 pm.

Day 2- I reach Visakhapatnam at around 2.30 pm. I take a cab and reach at my hotel near RK Beach.20160324_175758

In evening I visited the beautiful RK Beach. In beach side you can find food stalls and small shops.

The famous Submarine museum is situated near RK beach. You need to collect ticket to enter in the museum. Inside of the museum guide will explain you about the history of the museum.20160324_193230

Day 3- It’s a day to visit Araku Valley and Borra Cave. In the morning around 7.30 am you will get train from Visakhapatnam Station to Araku. It will take around 4 hours to reach Araku Station and you can take rental car from there , or you can go by local public transport but I prefer local transport.

Places to visit: Tribal Museum, Coffee Museum, Borra cave.20160325_16011520160325_161217

20160325_13194820160325_123522Same day I returned to Visakhapatnam by Bus.

Day 4- My first destination was Kailashgiri and the view was just awesome. You can enjoy  rope way here.20160326_10245220160326_103954

After that  I visited Risikonda Beach, there you can enjoy speed boat activity. It will cost 350 Rs/- per head.20160324_182000

Back to hotel. At 9 pm I took train from Visakhapatnam to Kolkata.

Day 5- At around 11.30 I came back to Kolkata.

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