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We reached vizag railway station as early as 4am in the morning. After 12 hours journey from Howrah we all are really tired but it is the cool sea breeze that keeps me refreshed so I decided to walk through the coastline of Rk Beach and believe me it was an amazing experience.The most interesting thing about the Beach road is that it remain closed for general vehicle UpTo 7am for the sefty of morning Walkers and that day there was a lot of activities going on the roads beacuse of Times of India's Happy street event . Hundreds of cute little children playing varieties of games at every corner of the road. For strating of a trip I can't imagine anything better than this. While returning I can't resist myself from taking a bath in the blue cold water so.... You know how it feels right 😄😄😄After lunch we hired a car and go for sight seeing ,1st we headed for Yarada Beach. In my opinion it is the best beach in Andhra Pradesh, yellow sand, blue water, fishing boats ,mountain meeting the sea makes it a photographer's paradise. Then we headed towards the famous lighthouse at the dolphin nose and believe me the spectacular view of the coastal city and port is something that you will remember your entire life.After that our next destination was Simhachalam temple which is considered to be one of the richest temples in India. Vishnu is in form of narasimha and to control his "ugra" roopam, the deity is covered with sandalwood paste for whole year except for a day in May when the real form is revealed to the devotees.the architecture,sculpture and overall environment is really Devine I really miss my camera inside the temple as they don't allow any electronic device inside temple premises. And this was a perfect end of our first day tour.
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Where: Visakhapatnam, Andhra PradeshNestled between the mountains of Galikonda and Chitamogondi, the Araku Valley is a hidden hill station in Visakhapatnam. The area is home to tribal farmers who were the first harvesters of coffee in India, you find out more about the tribal history of Araku at the Araku Tribal Museum. Araku Valley is also surrounded by the stunning waterfalls of the Eastern Ghats. Just 30km away from the main town, you can visit the Chaaparai Waterfalls in Paderu, and if you have more time then also head to the Talimada or Anantagiri Waterfalls that are near the Anantagiri village.How to reach: The nearest airport to Araku is Visakhapatnam International Airport (109km away) and the nearest railway station is in Araku (3km away). If you are driving from Visakhapatnam then it will take you around 3 hours via the Visakhapatnam-Araku Road.Where to stay: Navara Natural Farm