Belum Caves: Famous for their stalactite and stalagmite formations, Belum Caves, about 110 km from Kurnool town are the second longest natural caves in the country next only to Meghalaya caves.
When you drive into the entrance of the site that houses the caves, you might think you landed up in the wrong place. The vast expanse of flat land betrays the presence of these impressive caves right beneath you. When you climb down the first 20 metres, the magnificence of this natural wonder will blow you away. You get to walk around 1.5 kilometres of the well-lit caves and even dip your foot in the Patala Ganga (underground Ganges), a natural perennial stream that flows through the caves.
Alampur is a small village located in the Mahbubnagar district of Andhra Pradesh. It is also known as "Dakshina Kasi", as it has the famous temples of Nava Brahmeswara and Jogulamba.The temples are renowned for their beauty and have been constructed many years ago.
Orvakallu (rock garden)
A miniature Grand Canyon of sorts, Oravakallu is an interesting landscape of majestic rock formations around a long winding water body.
Konda Reddy Buruju (Kurnool fort), Yaganti
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