Kamavarapukota is a village in West Godavari district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The nearest railway station is at Sitampet.
Kamavarapukota lies on the Eluru–Jangareddygudem road in hilly terrain. The Kamavaraukota community includes three other villages: Kotturu, Kamavarapukota, and Pathuru. Eluru and Jangareddigudem are nearby cities.
As of the 2011 India census, Kamavarapukota had 16,790 inhabitants residing in 4,575 households. Men numbered 8,533 and women 8,257. There were 1,816 children under 6 years of age with sex ratio 932. The literacy rate of Kamavarapukota village was 72.25%.
Kamavarapukota mandal is well known for tourism. Guntupalli Hills (including Kota Gattu); Dwaraka Tirumala, an ancient place of pilgrimage; and Caves of Buddha are the notable places near Kamavarapukota.