Hidden Gems of Andhra Pradesh that you Must Visit

A culturally-rich state located along India’s south-eastern coastal region, Andhra Pradesh is celebrated for its riveting rivers and majestic temples. The state has a plethora of hidden gems that are ideal for tourists and pilgrims to visit. Some of the lesser-known destinations include Kakinada, Dindi and Rajahmundry, making them the perfect weekend getaways in Andhra Pradesh.

boats at Godavari River


Celebrated as the city of art and literature, Rajahmundry is the powerhouse that fuelled the state with cultural richness. It is home to a myriad of tourist destinations and the famous riverside ISKCON Temple complex. The city was the birthplace of the language, Telugu, which became the primary dialect of the state. Some of the popular places in Rajahmundry to visit are Markandeya Temple, Kotilingeswara Temple, Papi Hills and Sir Arthur Cotton Museum. Another popular landmark is the Godavari Bridge, also known as Kovvur-Rajahmundry Bridge is the third-longest road-cum-rail bridge in India. Currently, there are three bridges that span River Godavari.

On your visit, pamper yourself to a lavish stay at Manjeera Sarovar Premiere.

Kakinada Beach
View from Talupulamma Temple, Hotel Paradigm Sarovar Portico Kakinada


An enticing hub for food lovers, Kakinada is best known for the popular sweet, Kaja. Apart from being a well-known joint for food enthusiasts, the city is famous for its ethereal natural beauty, pilgrimage sites, historical significance and cultural richness. It is one of the largest cities in Andhra Pradesh that is home to several breathtaking beaches. Some of the popular Kakinda tourist places include Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary, Shri Bhavanarayana Swamy Temple and the mesmerising Uppada Beach, where tourists come to embrace the cool waves by the beach.

On your visit to Kakinada, pamper yourself to a comfortable stay at the premium Sarovar hotel, Paradigm Sarovar Portico.


A quaint village located in the East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh, Dindi is a tranquil tourist destination, undisturbed by commercialisation. It is a lesser-known destination that is known for several renowned places of interest like Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple and the Peruru Heritage Village. For a restful experience, visit the popular Antarvedi Beach, which offers guests marvellous panoramic views of nature and the horizon. It is a splendid landmark that is a paradise for nature lovers.

Travellers coming to Dindi can experience a restful sojourn at Sarovar's grand hotel - RVR Sarovar Portico, a contemporary stay amidst the rustic ambience!

River in Dindi
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