Entry Fee : Free
Located near the southwestern border between Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka, Horsley Hills refers to a hill station that is the perfect amalgam of the charms of Andhra Pradesh and the beauty of the hills. It is thus often called, the Ooty of Andhra. This natural marvel is situated at an astonishing height of 4312 metres and is well-known for its breathtaking landscapes.
Home to the largest Banyan tree and the oldest Eucalyptus Tree, it is lined with dense forest areas with 113 species of birds. The picturesque landscape of Horsley Hills also doubles up as a destination for adventure sports and activities such as trampoline, shooting, bow and arrow, wall climbing, water walking, rappelling, swimming pool, fish spa and a mini zoo.
Air: Nearest airport is the Bangalore International Airport which is well connected to the major cities of the country. It is barely a 3 hour journey from there to Horsely.
Rail: Madnapalley railway station is just 26kms away from Horsely and happens to be the nearest railway station to the hill station. It is connected to all the major parts of Andhra Pradesh. Being on the Delhi - Chittoor railway line, it links the station with the major states of the country.
Road: It is 121 kms away from Chittoor, 227kms far from Chennai, 185kms from Bangalore and 521kms from Hyderabad. Buses are run by the Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation. Other than that, private taxies, cabs and buses are also available to travel to Horsely hills.
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