About 90 kilometers from Visakhapatnam, the Borra Caves are the second largest natural caves in the Indian subcontinent. Stretching over the Eastern Ghats the caves occupy an area of 2 square kilometers.
Located at a height of 1400 feet, the Borra Caves are popular tourist sites in Andhra Pradesh. The history of the Borra Caves dates back to more than one million years.
The Borra Caves are limestone caves which were formed by the Gosthani River. The region was an area of limestone deposits. The limestone eroded by the river deposited in the region which after many years became the Borra Caves.