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IndiGo goes a step further and assures you the most comfortable Visakhapatnam to Nagpur flights for your return trip with a flight duration amounting to just 9 hours and 45 minutes and a minor layover of 5 hours and 35 minutes at Bengaluru.
You are sure to find some of the most drool-worthy deals on the IndiGo official website and mobile app for your Nagpur to Visakhapatnam flight. Moreover, booking through the app or website allows you to live track your flight PNR. When it comes to booking domestic flight tickets there are several connecting flights of IndiGo from Visakhapatnam as well. The most suitable Nagpur to Visakhapatnam flight would be one of 5 hours and 55 minutes with a layover of 2 hours at Bengaluru. When in Visakhapatnam, you may also head to any other interesting destinations, via:-
Alternatively, you could choose to fly back to base on a Visakhapatnam to Nagpur flight as well.
The largest city in Andhra Pradesh, Visakhapatnam, earlier known as Vizag, is also interestingly one of the proposed smart cities under India’s Industry 4.0 endeavour of Smart Cities Mission. It is also the only city in India having two major ports – Vizag and Gangavaram. Visakhapatnam is significant in more ways than one. It has a rich history embedded in modernity as well as an important naval site. The first naval base of India and the site of the construction of India’s first nuclear submarine INS Arihant are both in Visakhapatnam.
You can get inside a real submarine here at Asia’s first submarine museum, the INS Kursura. For more avid adventurers, the cable car ride to Kailasagiri is invigorating indeed. For those seeking a more serene and spiritual experience, the ancient temples of Simhachalam are a treat for the soul.
The Araku Tribal Museum at Visakhapatnam is quite the crowd puller but if you are more into geology than anthropology, then the Borra Caves is bound to take your breath away, sometimes literally since there may be some lack of oxygen in the deepest cave system in all of India. For a more chilly experience, there is always the 17th-century Dutch cemetery.
Visakhapatnam is also a popular shopper’s paradise with local flea markets like One Town, Nehru Bazaar, Kummari Veedhi, New Colony Market, Rama Talkies, MVP Rythu Bazaar and more.
This city is quite hot during the summers and hence the best time to visit would be the winter months of October to March. While December to February attracts the peak inflow of tourists, the summer months remain lean.
Public transport systems like buses and trains carry large crowds of people across this large city. Other than that, taxis and auto-rickshaws are also abundant as a means of transportation.
This port city lies just 28 metres above sea level and has a generally tropical climate. The maximum precipitation is received during summer and yearly it averages to just a little over 1 metre. The average year-round temperature here is 27.8°C.
The Visakhapatnam Airport (IATA: VTZ) is a gigantic airport spanning 20,400 square metres and has just one terminal that is capable of handling a total of 1000 incoming and outgoing passengers. IndiGo especially operates about 100 weekly flights from here.
The third-largest city of Maharashtra, Nagpur is considered a metropolitan city as well as the winter capital of the state. The city was founded by the Gond rulers of Deogarh. In later years it came under the rule of the Bhonsles whose empire covered eastern parts of Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Odisha and even some parts of Jharkhand and Madhya Pradesh. However, after the Third Anglo Maratha War, Nagpur became a princely state under the British Indian Empire.
Arguably the top most popular tourist attraction of Nagpur is the Deeksha Bhoomi which is a peculiar Buddhist Stupa. The Swaminarayan Temple, Pench Tiger Reserve, Nagpur Ramtek Temple, Khindsi Lake, the Raman Science Centre, Dragon Palace Buddhist Temple, Gorewada Lake, Ramtek Fort Temple, Ambazari Lake and Garden, Futala Lake, Dhamma Chakra Stupa and the Hazrat Baba Tajjuddin Dargah are some of the other major tourist attractions of Nagpur.
Nagpur as a metropolitan city is teeming with local markets selling unique exclusive products. The Sitabuldi Main Road, Dharampeth Shopping Street, Cotton Market, Sarafa Bazaar and Sadar Bazaar are some of the most sensational local street markets of Nagpur.
Nagpur is famous for a well-planned road network and the addition of the newly commissioned metro rail has further improved transportation in Nagpur. However, taxis, buses and auto-rickshaws are still the stable modes of transportation.
Nagpur falls under the tropical climatic classification and experiences much more precipitation in summers than in winters. The annual temperatures average at around 26.9°C in Nagpur. The amount of rainfall is moderately high at 1 metre and as a result, the land here is quite fertile as well.
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport (IATA: NAG) is an enormous single terminal airport that is spread across an area of 5.4 square kilometres. Although, compared to its immense size, it handles only 700 inbound and outbound passengers. IndiGo however flies as much as 100 weekly flights from Nagpur to other major cities.
What happens if my baggage exceeds the free weight limit?
If the free baggage limit of 15kg is exceeded, then you can buy additional weight slabs.
Which is the closest tourist attraction from Visakhapatnam Airport?
The nearest tourist attraction from the Visakhapatnam Airport is Rishikonda Beach.
What is an IndiGo Travel Certificate?
An IndiGo Travel Certificate is a proof of travel that is provided to anyone seeking it at the rate of Rs. 200 per person per sector and this is inclusive of GST.
Should I inform IndiGo of any pre-existing medical condition prior to my travel?
Yes, customers can fill out the medical information form on the IndiGo website to give prior information regarding their medical conditions.
Can I carry my electric wheelchair with me on board?
Yes, you can, only if the battery is lithium or any other non-spillable one.
Can I avail the in-flight services on IndiGo?
Yes, IndiGo offers quite a few such services.
How long before departure can I pre-book excess baggage slabs on my Nagpur to Visakhapatnam flight?
You can pre-book your excess baggage slabs up to 1 hour before the scheduled boarding of your Nagpur to Visakhapatnam flight.