At 1290 metres, the hills don't have many activities, but visitors come for the vistas, gastronomy, and laid-back atmosphere.
Araku Valley, 120 kilometers from Visakhapatnam, has waterfalls, beaches, and tribal culture. It's one of Andhra Pradesh's unknown hill stations.
The town of Tirumala in Andhra Pradesh is known all over the world for its long history and the temple of Tirupati, which is about 20 km from the town.
The ideal picnic location in Chittor is Nagari Hills, 115m above sea level. The lush woodlands and Kushasthali river draw hikers and trekkers.
The Andhra Pradesh village of Maredumilli is frequented for relaxation. This small village is beautiful with tall eucalyptus, palm trees, and bamboo grooves.
Eastern Ghats' Nallamala Hills is Andhra Pradesh's most popular hill station. The lush forests and rugged slopes are the main attractions.
The Godavari flows alongside Papikondalu's mountains.This hill station offers a breathtaking view of the mountains and river.
Lambasingi, a small Visakhapatnam village, at 1000 m above sea level. The dense trees and chilly temps make this Andhra Pradesh high station known as Kashmir of Andhra.
The Eastern Ghats' Nagalapuram Hills are famous for their flora and fauna. This is a peaceful escape from metropolitan life.
It's a great tourist spot due to coffee plantations. Ananthagiri's valley views are spectacular in addition to its tall trees and fast streams.