Situated around 1. 2 kms away from Amaralingeswara Swamy temple, Amareswara Ghat is a well maintained bathing ghat on the banks of Krishna river. It is located at a distance of 35 kms from Guntur.

Amareswara ghat is a scenic and serene place to visit and is thus frequented by thousands of tourists. One can hire a boat for boating trip or else visitors can travel to other banks of the river. In festive season lot of pilgrims throng to this place for a holy dip in the river. The steps around the ghat are a perfect place for a walk and it provides a sense of peace to the visitors and devotees from the temple. The ghat has neat and clean toilets which were constructed by the government.

Maha Sivaratri is celebrated with religious fervour in Guntur district and lakhs of devotees had 'darshan' of Lord Siva in Amaralingeswara Swamy temple since dawn. Thousands of devotees take 'punya snanalu' (holy dip) at the bathing ghat of Amareswara in the Krishna. The Endowments officials arrange barricades around the ghat for the convenience of the pilgrims. Police protection is also arranged at the Amareswara ghat. Devotees line up in queues from early in the morning and the rush is still peaked at night. Special rituals are performed to invoke the blessings of the Lord Shiva. The temples burst at their seams as crowds mill from every nook and corner.

Krishna Pushkaralu celebrated for 12 days, a festival of River Krishna which normally occurs once in every 12 years and is celebrated withmuch glory around the ghats.

Early in the morning around 7:00 AM and in the evening around 5:00 PM is the ideal time to visit the ghat. It is a scenic place to visit when the water is released upstream. The place will be very humid in summer so recommended time is from November - March.