Ramayapatnam beach

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Ramayapatnam is a small village in Prakasam district of Andhra Pradesh, India on the bank of the Bay of Bengal, part of the Indian Ocean 5 km from NH-5, about 50 km from Ongole and 20 km from Kavali.

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ATTRACTIONS:


Light house
  • The major tourist attraction along the Bay of Bengal, part of the Indian Ocean. A visit to the Ramayapatnam beach is an enchanting experience for a traveller. It is a tourist destination.
  • People can find a 37m high light house here. The tower with lantern and gallery, painted with horizontal red and white bands. There is a report that the "oldest lighthouse at Ramayapatnam" collapsed in the waves; presumably this was the 1982 tower. However, now days the visitors are not allowed to climb the light house.  

HOW TO GET THERE?

  • The fishing village about 20 km north of Kavali and about 50 km from Ongole.
  • From Kavali or Ongole, you can get here by auto-ricshaw or taxi or local bus services.
  • Kavali and Ongole are well connected by rail and road to all major cities of the country.


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