District East Godavari is located in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. It is one of the largest and most populous districts in the state. The district is named after the Godavari River, which flows through it. The administrative headquarters of East Godavari district is in Kakinada.

East Godavari district has a rich cultural and historical heritage. It is known for its agricultural productivity, with a significant portion of the population engaged in farming and related activities. The district is renowned for its rice cultivation and is often referred to as the "Rice Bowl of Andhra Pradesh."

Coringa Wildlife Sanctuary
Papikonda National Park
Rajamahendra Varam Godavari Arch Bridge
Annavaram Sri Veera Venkata Sathyanarayana Swamy Vari Devasthanam
Annavaram Temple
Sri Chalukya Kumararama Bhimeswara Swamy Temple
Iskcon Rajahmundry, Sri Sri Radha Gopinath Dasavatar Mandir
Sri Kukkuteswara Swamy Temple
Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple
Pushkar Ghat
Dowleswaram Barrage
Sri Pada Sri Vallabha Temple
Uppada Beach Road
Sri veereswara Swamy Temple
Manikyamba Temple
Godavari Arch Bridge
Gowthami Ghat
Veerabhadra Temple, Pattiseema
Bhupathipalem Reservoir
Sri Umakotilingeswara Swamy Sri Sitarama Swamy Temple
Rampa Water Falls
Rallabandi Subba Rao Archaeological Museum
Antervedi Beach
Cotton Museum
Tour Operators For Papikondalu
Antarvedi Beach
Sri Bhavannarayana Swamy Temple
Water Village by River Bay
Talupulamma Temple
Kotipalli Someswara Swamy Temple
Narasimha Swamy Temple
Saptha Godavari Pond
Polluru Waterfalls
Ayyappa Swamy Temple
Kakinada Beach Park
The Havelock Bridge