(Last Updated on : 29/04/2017)
of Andhra Pradesh
play the most important role in ecological and economical ways. People from all parts of India and the world come and visit these places. These hill stations of Andhra Pradesh include Ananthagiri Hills
, Araku Valley
, Horsley Hills
, Lammasingi and Nallamalas. These hill stations are easily accessible from Vizag
and the various beaches of Andhra Pradesh
Araku Valley, Visakhapatnam District
is a hill station in Visakhapatnam district
in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Araku is a valley in the Eastern Ghats Mountain Range
and this place is inhabited by different tribes. Araku Valley is admired for its famous coffee
Horsley Hills, Chittoor district
Horsley Hills is a summer hill resort in Andhra Pradesh. Horsley Hills
is about 120 km from Bengaluru via B. Kotha Kota and 144 kms from Tirupati. B. Kotha Kota and Madanapalle are the nearest towns of Horsley Hills. Koundinya Wildlife Sanctuary is located 87 km away from Horsley Hills.
Lambasingi, Vishakapatnam District
is situated in the agency area. This place is often referred as "Kashmir of Andhra Pradesh". The people from far off places come and visit this place from the month of March to June. Lambasingi go as low as zero degree in December to January. This village is situated at a height of above 1000 meters from the sea level.
Nallamalas, Eastern Ghats Mountain Range in India
Nallamalas also called the Nallamalla Range are a section of the Eastern Ghats Mountain Range which stretches primarily over Kurnool District
, Guntur District
, Prakasam District
, Kadapa District
and Chittoor district of the state of Andhra Pradesh and Mahabubnagar District
, Nalgonda district
of the state of Telangana
Tirumala, Chittoor district
Tirumala is a perfect blend of natural beauty and attracted the people all over the world actually. Tirumala is located 3,200 feet above sea level and covers an area of approximately 10.33 square miles. Tirumala is surrounded by the hills are seven peaks of Seshachalam range, Eastern Ghats Mountain Range in India namely Seshadri, Neeladri, Garudadri, Anjanadri, Vrushabadri, Narayanadri and Venkatadri. The temple of Sri Venkateswara is on the seventh peak (Venkatadri). This hill station is a popular religious destination in Andhra Pradesh.
Nagari Hills, Chittoor District
Nagari Hills is a famous hill station. It is great picnic destination and trekking
site. Nagari Hills is situated at an altitude of 835 meters. It is also an often visited hill station in Andhra Pradesh. As the hills steep down, it forms a shape of a Human Nose – hence a name given to that particular hill as Nagari Nose.