Popularly known as the Tirupati zoo, has been established on the modern concepts of zoos, where the animals are exhibited in wider and near natural enclosures, resembling their natural habitat. Spread over 10 acres it is located 22kms from the hotel.
Popularly known as the Balaji temple, the temple is dedicated to Lord Venkateshwara, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu located 33 kms from the hotel. It is the second richest temple in the world in terms of wealth and visited by approx 50000 pilgrims a day.
Dedicated to goddess Padmavathi, incarnation of goddess Laxmi and is consort of Lord Vekateshwara. This temple is situated 13 kms from the hotel.
Built in the 11th century, this temple is known as the Kailas of the south, dedicated to Lord Shiva and located 24 kms from the hotel. It is famous for its Rahu Ketu puja which draws pilgrims to this ancient relic.
Built in the 13th century, this Saivaite temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is located at the foothills of Tirumala hills. At a distance of 18 kms from the hotel, the temple stands at the entrance to a mountain cave in one of the steep faces of the Tirumala hills.
Historical fort built in 11th century by the Yadavas, is located 29 kms from the hotel. The Raja Mahal Palace is now an archaeological museum and hosts sound and light shows daily.
There are a lot of local markets and shops in Tirupati where one can buy local artifacts and the famous Mangalgiri saris. Lepakshi, which is run by the State government is a popular place visited by tourists who would like to purchase handicrafts.