Here are the top 10 tourist attractions to see in Ananthagiri Hills:

1. The Borra Hills and Caves

Must visit 3.4 /5

10 km
from city center
1 out of 10
places to visit in Ananthagiri Hills

Located in the Anantha Hilla of Araku Valley, Borra Caves are major tourist attraction on the East Coast of India. They present one of the most extraordinary natural wonders spread across an area of 2 sq km and lying at a height of 1400 m above the sea level.

2. Araku Tribal Museum

Must visit 3.5 /5

19 km
from city center
2 out of 10
places to visit in Ananthagiri Hills

Araku Tribal Museum is a place holding treasure that showcases the culture, handicrafts, fine art and tradition of the tribes of Eastern hats. The museum comprises of tools that once belonged to the tribal people and one can experience the lifestyle of the natives to the area while going through its other belongings.

3. Musi River

3.6 /5

552 km
from city center
3 out of 10
places to visit in Ananthagiri Hills

Originating in Ananthagiri Hills, Musi River situated near Vikarabad is a tributary of River Krishna. Also referred to as River Muchukunda, it flows via Deccan region of the state merging with Krishna River in Nalgonda District near Wazirabad.

4. Padmapuram Gardens

3.1 /5

20 km
from city center
4 out of 10
places to visit in Ananthagiri Hills

An exclusive site awaits you at Padmapuram Gardens where you will see three top cottages nestled in the middle of the Araku valley. The amazing tree huts swings along the tree while hanging 10 feet above the ground level.

5. Trekking in Ananthagiri Hills

3.1 /5

552 km
from city center
5 out of 10
places to visit in Ananthagiri Hills

Given its terrain and sceneries, Ananthagiri is also known for its trekking trails.

6. Dolphins Nose

3.1 /5

552 km
from city center
6 out of 10
places to visit in Ananthagiri Hills

As the name suggests, Dolphin's Nose is a massive rock nearly 357 m high extended out of a sea in the shape of Dolphin's nose. A lighthouse is built on this rock whose beam of light is visible around 65 km away from the sea.

7. Tyda Park

3.1 /5

17 km
from city center
7 out of 10
places to visit in Ananthagiri Hills

A beautiful natural habitat to several wildlife animals, Tyde Park also offers camping facility at Jungle bells. Other than variety of fauna, this place is home to plethora of exotic birds as well as offers rock climbing, target shooting and bow and arrows.

8. Camping

3.1 /5

552 km
from city center
8 out of 10
places to visit in Ananthagiri Hills

With rivers cutting through its forest and a wide number of options available for adventure seekers, one can also enjoy camping in Ananthagiri.

9. Lord Anantha Padmanabha Temple

3.1 /5

552 km
from city center
9 out of 10
places to visit in Ananthagiri Hills

A most popular temple in the town, Lord Anantha Padmanabha Temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, in form of Sri Anantha Padmanabha Swami. Within the temple premises, an idol of Lord Vishnu can be seen situated on Anantha, the snake floating on the cosmic waters in Viakunta.

10. Bhavanasi Lake

3.1 /5

552 km
from city center
10 out of 10
places to visit in Ananthagiri Hills

Considered to be a holy river of Ananthagiri equivalent to the Badrinath of South, Bhavanasi Lake originates from Nallamala Hills. A bath in this lake is said to be quite auspicious and visitors come here in large number for a dip.