Hamsaladeevi Beach :
The Hamsaladeevi Beach is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Andhra Pradesh. Hamsaladeevi is a village in the Andhra Pradesh state of India, located in Diviseema, Koduru Mandal, Krishna District. It was translated as “Swans Island” in the local language. The Krishna River meets the Bay of Bengal at this point. Outside of Hamsaladeevi, the Krishna River joins the Bay of Bengal.
Hamsaladeevi Venugopala Swamy Temple :
At Hamsaladeevi, there is also an old Venugopalaswamy (Lord Krishna) temple. The temple is one of 108 temples dedicated to Vishnu. Hamsaladeevi Venugopala Swamy Temple was built during the Chola kings’ reign.
Sagara Sangamam is the spot where the Krishna River reaches the sea. The nearest city is Avanigadda.Vijayawada is 88 kilometers away, and Machilipatnam is 40 kilometers away.
“Sagara Sangamam” refers to the point at Hamsaladeevi beach where the Krishna River reaches the Bay of Bengal. Where the river joins the Bay at Sagara Sangamam, we can see three different colors of water. In Hamsaladeevi, it is a must-see attraction.
Hamsaladeevi Temple Timings :Saturday, Sundays are closed.
Remaining days opened from 6am–12am
Vijayawada to hamsaladeevi beach distance : 1 hr 6 min (42.5 km) via Vijayawada – Avanigadda – Hamsaladeevi Beach Rd.
Guntur to hamsaladeevi beach distance : 1 hr 44 min (55.5 km) via Guntur Rd/Guntur Hanumanpalem Rd.
Hamsaladeevi Beach Timings : Opened for 24 hours
Hamsaladeevi Beach Location : Machilipatnam, Andhra Pradesh
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