If you feel somewhat like Indiana Jones, this one must be explored.
Also known as Kalavara Durga, Skandagiri is a mountain fortress located just 70 kms from the city of Bangalore.
Inhabited by different tribes, Araku is a hill station in the Vishakapatnam district.
A perfect getaway from the hustle-bustle of the city, this valley is surrounded by mountains like Galikonda, Raktakonda, Sunkarimetta and Chitamogondi.
Shimiliguda railway station is located at an altitude of 996 meters above mean sea level.
Beautiful, and mostly untouched, this one's been waiting for you to be explored.
A small village located right on the bank of the river Pennar in the Kadapa district of Andhra Pradesh, Gandikota is also known as the Grand Canyon of India.
Getting there might be a bit of an adventure, but once you're inside the place, there are no means of transportation. One really needs to spend time enjoying what Gandikota has to offer.
There's SO much more that South India has to offer.
Take a look at these stunning places that are still fairly unexplored.
The constant flow of underground water helped forming caves that have their deepest point at 150 feet.
Engulfed in mystery, there are 16 different pathways, including the main entrance.
Make no mistake, the Belum Caves are the second largest caves in the Indian subcontinent, and the longest (3229 mts) caves in the plains of India.