Things to do in and around Burra Caves circuit? Discover the 150 years old caves having different patterns and sharpsf ormed due to water streams in them. Govt has implemented a project to Illuminate these Caves with multicolored lighting and that looks beautiful. Now the hard reality : I found this Burra caves hyped a lot. Nothing much to do apart from mental stress trying to figure out images in a piece of a stone as and when the guide points it. "Look sir that Rock has an impression of a Horse! All started nodding heads and I was like why it's not a mule/donkey? :p Jokes apart, it might be of esthetic value to many but I started feeling suffocated once you get deeper into cave with bad smell of bats. I had to rush back. Even the entry fee looks quite over rated
1. Adult : Rs.60/-
2. Child : Rs.40/-
3. Digital camera : Rs.50/-
4. Video recorder : Rs.100/-
5. Smartphones : Rs.25/-
Caution: Do not carry any Food item along, a bunch of monkeys would attach you any Time for it.
Lunch in this area should not be a problem as you have govt run Harita restaurant and few Andhra & Bengali veg meals dhabas. You also get to see "Bamboo chicken" cooked inside bamboo but hell costly. People did say it taste totally new and unique. I couldn't taste it due to my obligations. #HardLuck
The next point in the tour would be a small but good to swim Waterfall area inside the tribal area. Do not get offended by attire the local wear, its their culture!
You can reach to the foot of the waterfall and take a bath. After a quick play in pool, we started towards Aruku. Next in stop is the Coffee& Pepper plantations,nothing so awe struck.