Places around Kakinada with Wildlife

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1/3 Places to Visit in Kakinada with Wildlife
Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary
20 kms from Kakinada city limits
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Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife reserve situated about 20 kms away from the main city in Kakinada and the Kakinada Yanam state highway. The sanctuary is located around the delta region of Godavari and home to the second largest mangroove forest.

Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary being quite easy to reach, happens to be the home to as many as 39 species of mangrove plants, 130 species of rare birds and numerous other species of flora and fauna. The Coringa Wildlife sanctuary is famous for being home to the one of the most critically endangered white-backed vulture and also the lon...

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Hope Island, Kakinada
16 kms from Kakinada city limits
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Hope Island located in Andhra Pradesh is a small island off the Kakinada coast which is located in the Bay of Bengal in a short distance of about 16 kms from the shore and main city of Kakinada. Hope Island has this unique namesake for providing a natural haven to the sailors against the forces of wind and also the tide against the weary traveler. Hope Island in doing so, has ended up making Kakinada one of the most affluent natural ports of this region. Visitors going to Hope Island will always be presented with absolutely magnificent and splendid views of the bay and also have the opportunit...

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Located not far from the famous Temple town of Annavaram, is the abode of Thalupulamma Thalli. Thalupulamma Thalli Lova Temple is a Hindu Temple located 70 Kms from Kakinada.

The deity Thalupulamma Thalli is said to be a "Swayambhu" (self-incarnate). The deity is called Thalupulamma Thalli because "the mere thought" (thalapu) of her is enough for the Goddess to grant boons for her devotees. According to a legend, it is said that the great Sage Agastya was so enchanted and drawn by the scenic splendour and tranquillity of this place that he settled down here and meditated. It is bel...

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