Lambasingi nestled in the Eastern Ghats at the altitude of 1000 meters above the sea level is the only hill station of South India, where you can experience the chilly weather and sprinkling of snowfall if you happen to be lucky during that time. Located in Visakhapatnam, Lambasingi also known to be as the Kashmir of India, as here one can experience the cold-weather and mystic white- mist flowing with the wind, will make you feel no less than being in Kashmir.
Popular vacation destination amongst locals and tourists from South India have given another name for Lambasingi, which is Korra Bayalu in their local language, means “if someone stays out in the open at night, by morning they would freeze like a stick!”
Not just that during winter months from November to January the temperature in Lambasingi goes as low as zero degree Celsius. Also, being the only hill station in South India that sees snow, Lambasingi has many other things to offer, it is also known to be as the home to an isolated tribal community that works at the pepper and coffee plantations. One can visit Kothapalli Waterfalls, Thajangi Reservoir or camp for a night in Lambasingi.
Moreover, on your way to Lambasingi, there are many fascinating places you can explore such as most famous Araku Valley, which is just 2 hours away from Lambasingi.
Here we have curated places, you can explore on your way to Lambasingi.
Tyda is a small tribal village, on the Araku road with a railway station. It's a perfect destination for trekker and photography lovers, as you get to experience myriad migratory birds and treks with mesmerizing views here.
If you are on the way to Araku and Lambasingi from Visakhapatnam then Borra caves is a must-visit destination, these million years old limestone caves are at a height of 705 m above the sea level, gives you the insights of the fascinating world of cave formations.
Ananthagiri is also a hill station on the way to Araku Valley, which famously known for its coffee plantations and it is here one can taste the freshly brewed local coffee.
Araku Valley is spread over an area of 36 sq km, is a paradise for nature lovers, with lush green surroundings, pleasant climate, and numerous streams make it worth a visit.