Tyda Nature Camp

Tyda Nature Camp - Andhra Pradesh

Araku valley is a small paradise on earth. Its enchanting lush greenery will make everyone fall for it. This amazing hill station is located 115 km from Vizag, Andra Pradesh.

Tyda Nature Camp

The unfathomable valley of Araku lure tourists from all over the world with its breathtaking valleys, silvery waterfalls and verdant forests.

Tyda Natural camp held at Araku valley is one of the prominent tourist attractions. Araku valley is 1300 m above the sea level and sprawls across an area of 36 km. The most welcoming part during the journey to the Araku hills is the narrow hairpin bends, lined both sides by thick forests.

Tyda is a small sublime village situated at a distance of 40 km from Araku and 70km from Vizag.

Tyda is a small tribal village in the lush parts of Eastern Ghats between Araku valley and Vizag. This village is also known as Jungle bells.


More than 40 tunnels and number of bridges are on the way welcomes the tourists warmly.

Dark shade and presence of sodium lamp inside the tunnel do their magic on travellers.

Araku valley is blessed with waterfalls, well-groomed gardens, rich orchards, and lush forests. Behold the immense and incomparable beauties of this valley.

Borra caves is a part of Araku valley. This cave is 100 meters wide and 75 meters high. These caves are the origin of River Gosthani.

This cave was discovered by a British geologist William King in the year 1807.

The most fascinating things about Bora caves is the picturesque valley that overlooks the cave, beautiful landscape, and semi-evergreen moist deciduous plants

Activities to do:

Araku valley is best suitable for camping and trekking. Campers from various parts of the country come here for a memorable sojourn.

Famous for bird watching, trekking, camping, rock climbing and nature Photography. A sweet abode to the rare birds, animals, reptiles, and insects population.

The uneven paths of the Katiki Waterfall close to Borra Caves is a place for photographers and Nature lovers.

Monsoons are good for a rejuvenating forest therapy while pre-monsoon is best suited for birdwatchers.

Under 100 km from Araku Valley, Lambasigni is a quaint hamlet experiences snowfall and is often called as the Kashmir of the South.

Lambasigni has apple orchards, misty gardens, and coffee plantations which joins the forest creating an amusing atmosphere.

The Ghat Road travel, blooming red roses, luscious landscapes, and Uppada Beach less than 120 km maketh for a memorable trip.

Best Time to Visit :

November to February is the best time to visit Araku Valley. The temperature gets colder in December and reaches below 4 degree Celsius. Visiting Araku after August, just after the monsoon season is the best option for honeymooners, trekking enthusiasts, and explorers. A pair of comfy shoes, woolen coats, umbrella, and thick blankets are necessary gadgets to carry as the weather changes often. Festivals such as Visakha Utsav and Beach Festival happen in Vishakapattinam during winter. From June to September Monsoon sway in, the best time for relaxed indoor stays. Summer produce a scorching heat and temperature can rise above 40 degrees Celsius easily.

Way to Reach:

By Air: Vishakapattinam Airport (107 km away) is well connected well with major cities like Chennai, Kolkata, New Delhi, and Bhubaneshwar.

By Rail: Frequent Trains from Vizag run to and fro Kolkata, New Delhi, Chennai, and Hyderabad.

By Road: Vijayawada, Hyderabad, Bhubaneshwar, Chennai, and Tirupati are connected due to frequent bus services.

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