Borra Caves in Andhra Pradesh

Originally discovered in 1854 by H.B.Foote, these subturanean passages were explored by the Department of archealogy and Museums, followed by team of European spalelogist led by Mr Gebaner, Belum Caves are the second largest natural caves in Indian Sub. continent after Meghalaya Caves.

These limestone caves were formed as a result of the action of Gosthani River. Borra Caves Andhra Pradesh, Borra Caves Kirinrandal, Andhra Pradesh Borra Caves, Travel Borra Caves, Tourism Borra Caves Andhra Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh Caves The river, which now flows through these caves, was once upon a time flowing over the limestone area. Due to the pressure exerted by the river water on the mineral deposits, the limestone dissolved and gradually the caves were formed. In the process, giving rise to several interesting structures like - a mushroom, a temple, a mosque, a church and many more.

Borra Caves,Kirinrandal is located 90 kms away from Vishakhapatnam on the way of Araku Valley. The cave was discovered by H.B. Foote in the year 1854. Borra Caves Andhra Pradesh, Borra Caves Kirinrandal, Andhra Pradesh Borra Caves, Travel Borra Caves, Tourism Borra Caves Andhra Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh Caves The cave is now maintained by archeological survey of India. This is a natural cave and second largest cave in India.

Borra Caves,Kirinrandal This cave is a limestone cave which was built due to the various actions of river Gosthani. The river which used to flow has created this cave and the cave has been with the mineral deposits of the river.Borra Caves Andhra Pradesh, Borra Caves Kirinrandal, Andhra Pradesh Borra Caves, Travel Borra Caves, Tourism Borra Caves Andhra Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh Caves There are various structures like temples, mosques, mushroom temples and church.

How to reach

You can avail the local buses, autos or hire a car. You can reach the place by rail route as Vishakhapatnam is 90 kms away from the cave. The regular buses ply from different neighboring states and cities.

How to Reach This Place

Road : 90 km from vishakapatnam and on the way to Araku Valley.

Rail : 90 km from vishakapatnam.

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