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Belum Caves in Andhra Pradesh

Initially discovered in 1854 by H.B.Foote, these subturanean passages had been explored through the Division of archealogy and Museums, adopted by group of European spalelogist led by Mr Gebaner, Belum Caves would be the second largest natural caves in Indian Sub. continent soon after Meghalaya Caves.

These underground caves are located on the flat agricultural field, have three properly like cavities using the central one becoming the major entrance towards the caves.

Soon after a descent of 20 meters in the entrance, the cave is horizontal & has a length of 3229 meters. Longer than Borra Caves in Vishakapatnam district Belum Caves have long passages, spacious chambers, fresh water galleries and siphons. All this makes Belum Caves a geological & archeological attraction worldwide.

How to Reach
By Road : Belum is situated 106 kms from Kurnool. It is properly connected by Road.
By Rail : Belum is 106 kms from Kurnool Railwaystation.
By Air : Nearest Airport is Hyderabad Airport.