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Ever Been To A Beach In Vizag With A Submarine Museum Before?

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Being one of the largest cities in India and the financial capital of Andhra Pradesh, Vizag, also known as Visakhapatnam, has its history dating back to the period before Christ Era. When the history of this beautiful coastal town is too old, then it has to harbour some of the ancient as well as natural beauties. RK Beach, also known as Ramakrishna Mission Beach, is one of these natural beauties which are hosted by Vizag.

RK Beach is extremely popular amongst tourists and locals for its unblemished and unpolluted environment and, undoubtedly, its museums which attract thousands of visitors on a regular basis. Would like to witness the historical beauty placed in the natural environment of RK Beach? Well, you need to plan a trip to Vizag now.

A Little Bit About RK Beach

A Little Bit About RK Beach

Ramakrishna Mission Beach is a beach park which is located in Vizag, the financial capital of Andhra Pradesh. Over a period of time, RK Beach has become a favourite spot for joggers, photographers, swimmers and walkers on account of its scenic beauty and uncrowded environment. At the time of dawn and dusk, you can find several people starting and ending their day with the beautiful sceneries and colourful atmosphere of RK Beach.

It also houses INS Kursura Submarine Museum and TU-142 Aircraft Museum. The presence of these museums at RK Beach is also one of the major reasons behind its popularity amongst tourists who come from every part of the country to see the rare collection of submarines and aircrafts placed within the vibrant surroundings of RK Beach. Scroll down to know more about what can be done once you have reached RK Beach.

INS Kusura Submarine Museum

INS Kusura Submarine Museum

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INS Kursura Submarine Museum is one of the most significant parts of tourism at RK Beach. It is not possible to play around the beach without passing through the beauty of this wonderful museum, which preserves the intact beauty of INS Kursura, the 5th submarine of the Indian Navy, which took part in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. Today, it is residing delightfully at RK Beach and surprises visitors with its grandeur and majesty.

Walking Around The Beauty Of RK Beach

Walking Around The Beauty Of RK Beach

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Apart from enjoying at submarine and aircraft museums, you can also walk around this beautiful beach and relish some of the best sceneries created by the colourful horizon over the deep blue waters.

RK Beach also provides its visitors with the opportunities of playing volleyball, sitting idly on its glittering sand and shooting its roaring waves on your camera. Today, this convincing beach is more of an entertaining place rather than just being an evening destination for joggers and photographers.

Aircraft Museum

Aircraft Museum

Recently opened TU-142 Aircraft Museum is one of the major attractions at RK Beach. Located opposite to the submarine beach, this grand museum is a storehouse of several entertaining sections, like old aircrafts, such as TU Flight Simulator, an audio-visual room and souvenirs.

This aircraft museum is one of its kind in the country with a walk-through for visitors. Are you excited to walk around this museum and discover its beauty?

How To Reach RK Beach

How To Reach RK Beach

Being a proud part of tourism in Vizag, RK Beach is easily accessible by road from other major cities and town. You can also take a direct flight or train to Vizag from the major cities and towns in India. When RK Beach is easily accessible from any part of the country, then why sit quietly and not plan a trip to this historic beach in Vizag?

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