The Belum Caves is located in the Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh which can be denoted as the largest and longest cave system in India which is open for tourists and utterly famous for their unique strctures and formations. That are stalactite and stalagmite formations made out of limestone. The intricate designs and architecture amaze the tourists and it is as deep as 46 meters that is known as Pataalaganga.
Visit Belum Caves
he most suitable time for you to pay a visit to the Belum Caves is during the winter months which is pleasant and soothing for travel and transfers. When you will go inside the Belum Caves, you will be amazed by the structures where you find a maze of 16 paths along with an entrance chamber, out of which the most attractive is the stunning rock formations called Saptaswaralu Guha which is also known as the chamber of seven notes because you hear musical sound of seven notes when you strike with any metal or material like wood, knuckles, bamboo and so on. Dhyan Mandir is another interesting limestone formation along with the lingams and also the Kotilingalu Chamber along with Voodalamari which is another stalactite formation. For more information on holiday packages to south india contact Swan Tours or call 011 23415601.