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Hyderabad --> Adilabad --> Nagpur
Road condition is excellent, 4-lane road with few small bad patches.
Can be done in 8 hours from Hyderabad.

Nagpur --> Raipur
4-lane road, with village traffic.

If you start early in the morning (4 AM) from Hyderabad, it can be easily done in a single day.

 

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On 4/24/2017 at 10:37 PM, binayprasad said:
 
Can anyone help me with Hyderabad to Raipur highway condition?
 


I have done it in 12 hrs Hyderabad to raipur
Nice four lane.
 

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On 4/25/2017 at 7:19 PM, rajesh said:


I have done it in 12 hrs hyd to raipur
Nice four lane

Wow.. was your drive non-stop?

which route did you take? Via Nagpur?

Anything scenic on this route or anything adventurous or something we should not miss?

 

 

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42 minutes ago, ksa171983 said:

which route did you take? Via Nagpur?

 

Via Nagpur is the best option.
Don't take Warangal/Karimnagar roads.

They are pathetic. 

 

43 minutes ago, ksa171983 said:

Anything scenic on this route or anything adventurous or something we should not miss?

 

There are many places to visit en-route.

There are some beautiful waterfalls, If you are gonging in monsoon there are plenty of options. 

 

Go through this link
https://www.india-drive.com/index.php?/topic/351-waterfalls-in-telangana/

 

 

I'm planning to cover all the waterfalls this monsoon.

Most probably in August.

 

 

 

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33 minutes ago, Ranger said:

Via Nagpur is the best option.

Thanks @Ranger.. Yes this is what I was thinking..

33 minutes ago, Ranger said:

If you are gonging in monsoon there are plenty of options.

I am planning to go around 1st or 2nd week of sept.. which ideally is the end of monsoon.. who knows if the monsoon is too good then i can catch a glimpse of the waterfalls :)

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August and September are best for visiting the places in the video. But to my knowledge, there isn't any proper access to visit these places by road. Otherwise they would have grown commercially at least to a certain extent. Bogatha is one such falls which is now growing for the past 3 years. This time, we should cover up Bogatha and Gayathri falls :) 

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19 minutes ago, sagar said:

This time, we should cover up Bogatha and Gayathri falls :) 

Will await the plan 👍🏼

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Could 

On 7/3/2018 at 4:41 PM, ksa171983 said:

Thanks @Ranger.. Yes this is what I was thinking..

I am planning to go around 1st or 2nd week of sept.. which ideally is the end of monsoon.. who knows if the monsoon is too good then i can catch a glimpse of the waterfalls :)

Could you plz share the route in detail?? I want to travel from raipur to hyd.

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16 hours ago, Guest Amit said:

Could you plz share the route in detail?? I want to travel from raipur to hyd.

 

Hi Amit,

The route between Raipur and Hyderabad is around 800 kms and the route to be taken would be suggested via Nagpur.

 

Raipur - Nagpur - Hinganghat - Adilabad - Hyderabad.

This is the best route and can be done without any problem. Roads are good but, you will have to pass through few traffic zones between Hinganghat and Nagpur... All the road is a 4 lane road.

 

Do update us back once you are done with your road trip :)  Drive safe!

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20 hours ago, Guest Amit said:

Could you plz share the route in detail?? I want to travel from raipur to hyd.

Hello Amit.. I had gone by train so I did not update my travel here.. but i did go via road sometime back and i went through nagpur, took a night break there and then head out to raipur early morning (even though break was not required).

Though the entire stretch is pretty decent except for in and out via nagpur where I had found way too many transport trucks and patchy roads here and there but still decent enough.

start early from hyderabad in the morning.. and you can make to Raipur by 7 pm including breaks.. the route mentioned by Sagar was the best route back then  though it takes 90 min to 2 hours  more than the route via Chandrapur..

Next time i would like to do it via Chandrapur and test the road condition there..

 

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