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Hyderabad to Hamsaladeevi Beach - A hidden paradise, Andhra Pradesh

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It’s awesome to hear it from a localite [mention=1401]sha52rath[/mention].. is there any source for a decent stay around this place..? Or Is Vijayawada the only option we have got?
 
Also, Please let us know if camping is possible on the beach for a night. It would be great to hear back from you on this..? 
 
Thanks in advance mate!


Hi sagar,
I do stay in Secunderabad Sainikpuri, born and bought in Chennai, but all my relative do stay in avanigadda, machavaram, Koduru, vetapalem other places.

Well Decent stay would be very difficult, it’s not good for overnight camping for family as it’s completely lonely place, if you have bunch of friends, yes you can. You will not find stay near by, or you can stay either in avanigadda or repalle a drive of 35 & 50 km to destination. and vijayawada would be too far for stay. You will be literally tired in return.

you can visit a temple mopidevi Subramanya swamy temple in mopidevi village which is very famous which is near to avanigadda, Let me know when are you planning to visit. Will try my best to help you. Sen me your contact no. I will talk to my brother in law, he will will definitely help you in Koduru.

Sharath
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13 minutes ago, sha52rath said:

vijayawada would be too far for stay.

 

We stayed in Vijayawada during our lat visit.

 

There is a huge spike in crowd.

Place became very famous recently.

Don't go to this place during Dussehra and Sankaranthi. 

Highly crowded, on regular days, it is almost empty. 

Weekend crowd is still average, it is on verge of getting commercialised. 

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Hi guys, Any recent indicatives about the stay anywhere close by Hamsaladeevi ?


Hi Vivek, You can stay in avanigadda. But there will be non ac rooms.

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Well Decent stay would be very difficult, it’s not good for overnight camping for family as it’s completely lonely place, if you have bunch of friends, yes you can.

Sharath


Great to hear it back from you bro. It’s so awesome to know that there won’t be a problem for camping on the beach.. but, is this a sure shot information that we don’t have to take any permissions and just go do our camping? Won’t it be an issue from the cops or the villagers staying around?
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13 hours ago, sagar said:

It’s so awesome to know that there won’t be a problem for camping on the beach.

 

You can camp but from my experience, it is not so secured.

If we are a group of guys we can manage, but with families it may be difficult. 

 

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Great to hear it back from you bro. It’s so awesome to know that there won’t be a problem for camping on the beach.. but, is this a sure shot information that we don’t have to take any permissions and just go do our camping? Won’t it be an issue from the cops or the villagers staying around?


Hi sagar,

Yes you can stay around, but not recommended, no permission required, usually people don’t stay. Not good for families for a bunch of boys, yes.. you can.
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22 hours ago, uday said:

I heard Hamsaladeevi got crowded similar to Suryalanka beach, Is it true?

 

It has become quite busy during the weekends and public or festive holidays. Otherwise, it is still not as busy as Suryalanka is :) 

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21 minutes ago, Manish Sharma said:

Hows this place during Dec?

 

Winter is the best time to visit. 

 

22 minutes ago, Manish Sharma said:

I am planning for 7th/8th Dec

 

You don't have any decent stays around Hamsaladeevi beach. (expect for few home stays)

You can stay at Vijayawada.

 

Try to visit early in the morning, it is fantastic. (5AM)

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20 hours ago, Ranger said:
 
You don't have any decent stays around Hamsaladeevi beach. (expect for few home stays)
You can stay at Vijayawada.
 
Try to visit early in the morning, it is fantastic. (5AM)

How do we go to lighthouse ?
Any boating people contacts, safety to reach light house...where to board boat for lighthouse...

I'm planning during Pongal time. For a day trip.from Hyderabad...
- Subramanya temple
- light house
- Hamsaladeevi

Return in the evening to Eluru...

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Sharing few pictures clicked by Arifismyname

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Enroute to Hamsaladeevi beach

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i am unable to believe my eyes that this is how it would actually look from top .. drone photography by @arifismynamedoes and will change the way people look at travel destinations.. they are amazing.

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3 hours ago, Ranger said:

Sharing few pictures clicked by Arif.

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Enroute to Hamsaladeevi beach

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The pics are "Superrrrr is Uparrrrr" as Viru would have said... ☺️☺️

 

Only thing is - are drones legal? if yes, do share the details.. would love to have one.. 😁😁

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@Ranger @arifismyname amazing pics. Drones brought different perspective to photography and videography. That last picture is stunning!

 

1 hour ago, Manish Sharma said:

Only thing is - are drones legal? if yes, do share the details.. would love to have one.. 😁😁

 

Flying a drone is legal in India now. Depending on the classification of the drone, you need to register and get a license to fly it.

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19 hours ago, Manish Sharma said:

are drones legal?

 

It is legal, but there are many restrictions.

Drone size, flying zone etc.

 

Overall, It is worth it.

Price is getting cheaper year by year.

 

I think with in a span of three years,

Drones will can be accessible at a reasonable price point. 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Pralay said:

Great Photos! which OEM's drone was use? DJI?

 

He used the DJi Mavic Pro.

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