With winter all set to freeze us in the coming two months, it’s time to dust those comfy woolen clothes in our cupboards. Also, winters in Vizag are not just meant to stay warm at home. For many tourists and locals, the winter season in Vizag spells opportunities to some memorable trips and adventures. Here are two places in Vizag that promise to make your winters special.
Situated at about a distance of 100 km from Vizag is a small village very calm and peaceful, blessed with exquisite natural beauty. This place sees the temperatures drop below 0-degree centigrade and is called as the ‘Kashmir of Andhra Pradesh’. It is our very own Lambasingi.
Located at an altitude of 1000 m from the sea level, Lambasingi also boasts the fact of being the only place in the Southern region of India where one can witness snowfall during the winters. Nestled beautifully in the greenery of the surrounding hills, this beautiful village gives many reasons why it just can’t be missed by any nature explorer.
Apart from the adventurous trekking and camping activities that it offers, Lambasingi can also be quite the place for many to embrace their solitude on its unperturbed, fog-covered roads. You can even make some treasured memories with your loved ones as you lie down on the vast grass beds and gaze into the infinite night sky filled with glittery constellations.
Andhra Pradesh’s beloved valley of Araku is one place that stands the test of time. This beautiful hill-station remains as one of the favourite holiday destinations for many people in the city. Be it for the astonishing sunrise views, or for the spectacular lush green hills, or even for its world-renowned coffee plantations, Araku has given us innumerable reasons to be there. You can spend some special time with your loved ones by staying warm indoors or even embrace your solitude by going for a walk on its lonely road.
The Borra Caves have impressed us all and we have always found something very magical in it. A visit to Araku Valley is never complete without visiting the Borra Caves. People from all over the world come here to have a look for themselves. Seeing is believing for most as this is a natural wonder of India.