Belum Caves is the second largest cave in the Indian subcontinent and the longest caves in plains of Indian Subcontinent, known for its stalactite and stalagmite formations. Belum Caves have long passages, spacious chambers, fresh water galleries and siphons.
This magnificent fort, stands on the banks of the Pennar River. The fort extends over an area of 30 acres (12 ha). Visitors can view gateways and decorated pillars at the two ends of the fort. The fort houses an ancillary passage which allows the visitors to gain access even after the closure of the main gates. It is considered as the gateway to Dakshina Kashi. The temples present inside its premise include the Ranganayaka Swamy Temple, Siddheswara emple, Durga Temple and the Bala Brahma Temple.
This is magnificent gorge carved out by river Penna over millions of years. It is also known as the Grand Canyon of India. Fort Gandikota commands over it and offers breathtaking ramparts. Nothing In this world could be compared with the beauty of this place at sunset.
Fees- Rupees 4400
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Please note :
One night stay in hotel on twin sharing basis
Train Journey - non AC sleeper.
Meals in a train are not included.
Chennai Express 11041
28 th oct
08.30 am - (Muddanuru)
Leave for Belum Caves
01.00 pm – Lunch
02.30 pm – Gandikota
08.00 am – Breakfast
09.30 am – Check out
10.00 am – Sidhout Fort
02.00 pm – Lunch at Tadpatri
03.00 pm – Ramalingeswara Temple
05.00 pm – Back to Tadipatri station