Borra CavesCurrently Closed
- Address: Borra, Andhra Pradesh 535145, Vishakhapatnam, India
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:30 pm Details
- Ticket Price: 40 INR
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Cave
Borra Caves - Review
Situated at a distance of about 100 kilometres from Vishakhapatnam, the Borra caves are truly spectacular and surprisingly well maintained. This Vishakhapatnam attraction is famed to be one of the largest caves in the country and exhibit unique patterns of speleothems, stalactites and stalagmites. Various legends attached to the caves make a visit to this sight exciting and mystical.
Watch out for the Golden Gecko and Bats that have made the caves their home. There are also some natural springs that run through the caves, a picture perfect for any Vishakhapatnam tourist guide book.
Borra Caves Ticket Prices
- For Child entry INR 30, for Camera INR 25 and for Video and Digital Camera INR 100 fees are charged.
How To reach Borra Caves by Public Transport
- Tyda bus stop and MRO Office bus stop are close to the Borra caves.
Restaurants Near Borra Caves
- APTDC restaurant
- Sri Kanya Restaurant
- Lee Paradise Tiffins and Restaurants
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Things to Know Before Visiting Borra Caves
95% of people who visit Vishakhapatnam include Borra Caves in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
89.58% of people start their Borra Caves visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Borra Caves
80% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Borra Caves
Borra Caves Trips
Borra Caves, Vishakhapatnam Reviews
Surely telling Borra Caves is the best ever destination i saw till now, it is one of the deepest caves that formed about million years ago..Every one must see this. Destination is much recommend for students, because it gives some practical exposure of chemistry and related subjects..
Excellent place to visit. It's a completely different experience. However, there's no use in wasting money on a guide there. They don't tell you anything worthwhile.
I just want say about this place "wow". It is a very important historical place of India. It cant guess about the age of It's creation. It is a creation of nature. I want to visit this place many more time. In the middle of this cave is very deep. It is very difficult for the wee person. One again I loved this place very much.
The Borra Caves in Vishakhapatnam are arguably the deepest cave in India that goes to a depth of 80 meters. The caves are covered with stalagmites and stalactites due to the limestone content in the walls. The caves are also a revered Hindu pilgrimage spot due to the presence of several stalagmite lingams, the representation of Lord Shiva. ये आंध्रप्रदेश में हैं. पहाड़ियों के बीच में बनी ये गुफ़ा काफ़ी पुरानी होने के बाद भी लोगों के लिए आश्चर्य का विषय बनी हुई हैं. ये अनाथागिरी की पहाड़ियों में स्थित हैं.
This is a Geologist's paradise. The Stalactites and the Stalagmites are picturesque. You can witness the wonder of the nature here. This place is beautiful. The washrooms are not clean enough and also the lights given inside the cave actually doesn't add to the aesthetic value of the structure.