The picturesque and densely forested Eastern Ghats in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh are home to the little village of Lambasingi, also known as the “Kashmir of Andhra Pradesh,” which is situated at an elevation of 1025 meters.
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Lambasingi is a hidden jewel that shines in the winter and is renowned for its majestic hills, gorgeous valleys, and comfortable weather all year round. In the local dialect, Lambasingi is also known as Korra Bayalu, which translates to “if someone stays outside, they will freeze like a stick.” If you visit the site, the scene on the distant tribal community’s pepper and coffee farms in Lambasingi is enchanting.
As previously noted, Lambasingi is a popular tourist destination all year round because the area is consistently tranquil and peaceful with a cool wind most of the time. However, if you want to see snowfall here and go down in history as the first person to see snowfall in south India, you must visit there in the winter, particularly from November to January, when the temperature drops to 0 degrees and there is a strong likelihood of precipitation. Snowfall does not occur every day of the year, hence it cannot be predicted when it will occur.
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Here, amongst the pepper and coffee plantations, is one of the ideal locations to take a picture that will look great on Instagram. You can bring some coffee with you to enjoy in the mornings!
The perfect weekend getaway from Visakhapatnam is Lambasingi, which is surrounded by beautiful hills and dense forests. The small village is perpetually veiled in a lovely white mist, which keeps the temperature always comfortable. The lovely village is being promoted by the Andhra Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation (APTDC) as an ecotourism destination, away from the hustle and bustle of the metropolis, where people may go for peace, nature, and a tranquil environment.