Timings : Monday to Sunday - 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Entry Fee : Adult: INR 65, Children: INR 45, Camera: INR 100
Best time to Visit : November to March
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The Borra Caves or Borra Guhalu, as is known in the native language were discovered by William King George of the Geological Survey of India in 1807.
Located in the Araku Valley of Ananthagiri hills in the east coast of India, the caves reflect the culture of the people inhabiting the area as many legends are entwined with these caves which share the beliefs and faiths of the natives. One of the largest and the most profound cave formations in the country, these are karstic limestone structures exhibiting a variety of speleothems in all shapes and sizes, transporting you to the old age.
With an enriching history, the caves offer quite a picturesque environment for those who love adventure sports like hiking or trekking. Moreover, there are a variety of flora and fauna in the caves. The illumination by Andhra Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation inside brings out the mesmerizing views of this natural formation.
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