Visakhapatnam, also known as Vizag or Waltair, is amongst the oldest port city in the world. It is also home to India’s Coast Guard. Apart from the picture-perfect beaches and equally fascinating history, Visakhapatnam is home to the caves that date back thousands of years.
Here are some other reasons to book flights to Visakhapatnam:
Araku valley is located at the height of 3100 feet. The hill station has waterfalls, and a landscape unlike any.
From photography tours to trekking, Borra Caves is a treat for all. It is especially famous amongst history buffs, and those looking to get up, close and personal with nature. It is located in the middle of evergreen forests, at an altitude of 1400 m above the sea.
Housed inside an actual submarine, the museum is a must-visit! The backdrop of pristine blue water and the perfect golden beaches, make it a tourist hotspot.
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The Visakhapatnam Airport acts as a civil enclave for the Indian Navy. It is spread over an area of 350 acres. The civilian operations began in 1981, with one flight a day. It has since then transformed into the present modern airport with lots of facilities at the disposal of the passengers.The airport also has hi-tech baggage support and luggage handling. There are no on-site hotels. However, there is no shortage of lodging places nearby the airport or across the city.