Narasapuram is a very popular town in Andhra Pradesh. The town derives its name from Lord Lakshmi Narsimha temple and thus ‘Narsimha Puram’. It is a coastal town and well connected to other major cities of the country by train. The weather is generally hot and humid. The best time to visit Narasapuram is during the months of December to February. People of various ethnicity and religions have developed a unique culture in Narasapuram. It is a nice blend of rustic charm and modern amenities.
Narasapuram is famous for Emmarmannerswamy Kovel, Lutheran church. The town has large Christian and Hindu population. The Lace handicraft industry of the town is very popular among tourists. The Godavari Pushkaram which is celebrated once in every 12 years here attracts large number of tourists from all over the country and even abroad. During the memorable event of Godavari Pushkaram, the people take dip in the holy Vasista River. It is a very popular event and people wait for it very eagerly.
Being a coastal town, the beaches and water are added features in Narasapuram. People enjoy sitting on the beautiful beaches. The picturesque view of sunrise seen over the Bay of Bengal from the beaches is very popular among the tourists and it brings a vibe of joy and pleasure. People can also enjoy boating, fishing and various other water sports on these beaches. The natural greenery and calm sand of the beaches is very enticing.