In India's Andhra Pradesh State, the town of Tuni is one of the larger towns in the East Godavari District. It is well-known for producing mangoes, and the region exports almost 250 different varieties. Jute bags and betel leaf manufacture are very well known in Tuni. In Tuni, various types of cashew nuts are also produced.

Places to visit

  • Sri Satyanarayana Swamy Temple: On Ratnagiri Hill is the Sri Satyanarayana Swamy Temple. The Pampa River circles the Ratnagiri hill, which is roughly 300 feet above sea level and covered with lush vegetation. The temple is accessible from the bottom of the hill via about 460 stone steps. When Satyanarayana Vratam is carried out here, it is believed that all the wishes of devotees will be granted. Raja Ramanarayana, the zamindar of the Gorsa and Kirlampudi estates at the time, built this temple in the Dravidian style in 1891. It is stated that the Lord entered his dream and gave the instruction to build the temple. He located the idol on the hill, worshiped it, and set it up in its current location.
  • Distance: Sri Satyanarayana Swamy Temple is 18 kilometres away from Tuni

  • Pampa River : Sri Satyanarayana Swamy Temple is located atop Ratnagiri hill, which also happens to be the location of Pampa River. At the base of the hill, there is a barrage with boating facilities erected on the Pampa River. The boat journey provides an unforgettable experience at Pampa Sarovara.
  • Distance: Pampa River is 17 kilometres away from tuni

  • Uppada Beach: This beach's broad beachfront is one of its main draws. The beach is majestically beautiful because to the crystal-clear ocean, the silver sand, and the warm sun. It is a safe beach due to the large beachfront and gradual incline into the ocean. This beach offers a wide range of activities. Sports like cricket, football, jogging, and trekking on the beach can be enjoyable and reviving. The friendly local fishermen who work the shore are a great source of experience, and you can even go deep-sea fishing with them.At this beach, the dawn and sunset are both highly recommended. This captivating coastline features a lovely park that is kept up properly, which enhances its charm.
  • Distance: Uppada Beach is 42 kilometres away from Tuni

  • Samarlakota: The Pancharama Sri KumararamaBheemeshwara Swamy temple in Samalkota is well-known. This temple is devoted to Lord Shiva and is located right next to the train station.As the Eastern Chalukyans governed this region, it was known as PurvaChalukyaBhimavaram.Chalukya Kumara Rama constructed the temple around the end of the ninth century as a tribute to his triumphs in more than 300 battles.A mantapa supported by one hundred pillars and EkaShila Nandi are constructed at the entrance to the temple opposite Shiva Lingam (the single stone bull). This temple also has a shrine dedicated to the goddess Shri BalaThripuraSundari. East of the temple is where you'll find Pushkarni Lake. The temple's main entrance is known as Surya Dwaram.
  • Distance: Samarlakota is 59 kilometres away from Tuni

How to Reach

  • The centres of the town is where you’ll find Tuni Railway Station.Tuni in Vizag is located 97 kilometers away from Visakhapatnam Airport. Buses from all throughout the state and from Tuni bus station are frequently available.

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