Kavali is a popular coastal town of Andhra Pradesh. It is well connected to other major cities of the country by road and rail. The best time to visit Kavali is during the months of October to February when the weather is relatively cooler here. Rice and seafood are the local staple food.
Kavali holds a special place among the tourists as there are a large number of places in Kavali which are worth seeing. Ashok pillar, Gandhiji statue, Amir Mahal,King George statue and Commonwealth war graves are some of the most visited places in Kavali. These memorials and statues bring us close to the rich history of the town. Kamaraj memorials, Rajaji Memorial, Rajiv Gandhi memorial are some other places of tourist interest in the region. The diversified culture of Urusu in Kavali is also worth watching. The Vyasa community in Kavali is famous for the clothes business. Such traditions bring a warm feeling and make us feel connected to the roots of our culture.
Ramayapatnam near Kavali is a place on the sea coast with a lighthouse. The light house is a great tourist attraction. The summer storage tank in Kavali has beautiful surroundings with lush green gardens. Being a coastal town, the beaches are added tourist attractions in Kavali. Kotha Satram and Tummalapenta are two popular beaches where tourists go to enjoy the picturesque view of sea and relax on the soft sand. Fishing and boating are the favourite activities of tourists in Kavali.