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A wonderful, little visited site

Like the reviewer from Chicage said a couple of years back, it's quite an adventure reaching... read more

Reviewed 13 February 2018
TONY S
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Melbourne, Australia
Peaceful place

I been here twice and it's very peaceful beautiful place and u can spend some time here with... read more

Reviewed 9 August 2016
ravitejay4
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Feb 12, 2018
“A wonderful, little visited site”
Jul 29, 2018
“Worth the effort”
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near Kamavarapukota, Kamavarapukota, India
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Reviewed 30 July 2018

Located in the remotest place, the views are worth the effort in many ways.It is situated around 40 km away from Eluru

Thank RohitNadal
Reviewed 13 February 2018

Like the reviewer from Chicage said a couple of years back, it's quite an adventure reaching Guntupalli - or it can be. I too use local transport when I can; for the non-Indian tourist, it's a great way to get a feel for the countryside...More

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Reviewed 9 August 2016 via mobile

I been here twice and it's very peaceful beautiful place and u can spend some time here with friends.. Ul find it very beautiful and scenic in rainy season

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Reviewed 20 July 2016

Like the guidebook says, it's an adventure getting here. I came from Vijayawada: you have to take a bus to Eluru, then a bus to Kamavardpukota. Both have pretty nice bus stations, however buses are all in local scripts and few people speak English, so...More

Thank amaliav876
Reviewed 20 November 2015

The Guntupalli caves are an ancient Hinayana Buddhist site with monasteries, stupas, the ruins of a mandap, set in a beautiful forest. It's a lovely place to just hang out for a while and walk around. There is one stupa in a cave that is...More

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