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nitin88

Hyderabad to Araku - Konaseema - Exploring Andhra Andhalu through unexplored routes

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within a week you are back with one more marvellous trip.

Now I want visit Aruku again. Will take sileru route for sure.

I want to experience that greenery and fresh air.:D

Excellent narration.

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bpt said:
Nice pictures and drive. I wonder how u did that mud track on a sedan..

kick out your friends from the car and inspect the depth using stick and roll on ;)

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Appreciate the effort you put on capturing those videos during the drive.. Nice pictures and thanks for sharing

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Nice write up with beautiful pics and Videos!!! Forest route you took is really adventurous with lot of green trees around and definitely an big NO to families I guess!! Since its monsoon, did you spot any wild animal by any chance?

Did you take any permission to go through this forest route? is there any camping spot nearby?

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shammy said:
Nice write up with beautiful pics and Videos!!! Forest route you took is really adventurous with lot of green trees around and definitely an big NO to families I guess!! Since its monsoon, did you spot any wild animal by any chance?

Did you take any permission to go through this forest route? is there any camping spot nearby?

You don't need any permission but you need to register the vehicle details at forest check post.

I didn't find any camping spot probably because the route is quite new and not many people explored!

No wild animals but awesome waterfalls on the way. we had fun, ofcourse i can't post those pics :D

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You don't need any permission but you need to register the vehicle details at forest check post.

I didn't find any camping spot probably because the route is quite new and not many people explored!

No wild animals but awesome waterfalls on the way. we had fun, ofcourse i can't post those pics :D

I am planning for this in Jannuary.

Will add Lambasingi to the list.

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