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  1. Around 12 PM, we started our way back home and stopped by a beautiful Eucalyptus farm enroute We had spent about 30 mins in the farm clicking pictures and having fun We had set the wheels rolling to get back home. We had reached home by 2 PM to have lunch. Over all, It was a perfect day to enjoy an early morning drive and a hike to enjoy some scenic views close by Hyderabad.
  2. We reached the dead end of the road to spot a small Shiva temple From behind the temple, there is a short path for a hike which will lead you to the first view of the reservoir Our first view of the Chandrampally reservoir It is advised to be in your shoes during the hike here. It’s an easy level trek 20 mins hike and we reached the banks of the reservoir. The reservoir seemed very scenic and neat with not much of litter around A deep dive into the fores
  3. Distance: 120 kms. Road condition: Excellent (upto Zaheerabad) You divert from the highway towards Chincholi forest reserve near the Mahindra factory exit. The road is a single lane road and through the farms. We started from Miyapur around 7 AM in 3 cars. Packed all the food and water. Note: Be sure to carry your shoes as there would be a short trek to reach the banks of the lake. I will let the pictures do the talking. The road towards the Chincholi forest after getting down the NH 65 The weather was good as the sun shone gently on us th
  4. The beaches infact were absolutely beautiful. Watching both sunrise and sunset on a deserted beach was a feast to eyes.. Arambol beach has a lot of shacks which are worthy to have a chilled out time. I have experienced almost all of them in 3 days at Arambol. ?
  5. I make sure that I atleast do one good trip to Goa every year and you can imagine how well I love this place whenever I am in need of a break from my busy life... I’ve been to Goa last weekend between 12th to 16th October - 2018 and apart from the regular places which I always visit, I’ve decided to explore the northern most part of Goa this time. 1) Mandrem 2) Arambol 3) Ashvem Stay: Mandrem Village Resort ( On the shore) Don’t mind me for the picture quality, all are clicked on my mobile ?
  6. Thanks a lot @Saran. The whole trip costed approximately around 15K per head which includes everything.
  7. Amazing pictures@arifismyname. This post drives me back to my memories as u go ...on my day 1 [emoji41] Road leading to greenery [emoji41]walk scenes Jain Temple Vattakanal falls On way to dolphin nose ... trust me its really a small amazing trek !! At the echo point Chruch point Sent from my iPhone using India-Drive
  8. Thanks so much @Ranger. Thejas resort is basically a non-profit organisation where in the profits serve a charity home which is one thing I loved about. The food is very economical and delicious too. The resort is actually priced around 4500 INR per night for a premium room which includes breakfast buffet in compliment. The resort staff right from the reception desk, chef, room service and staff in the restaurant have been very helpful, friendly and polite. Thank you @hsudhir, We couldn't spot any other apart from elephants and deers. Frankly, Bandipur safari is m
  9. Day -03 (Soochipara waterfalls, Kanthanpara waterfalls, Kalpetta) The next day, we had checked out of the resort and started towards the Soochipara waterfalls. Beautiful monsoon views enroute Soochipara Our drive for this trip has fared quite good during a few off-road tracks to my surprise Splendid view of the village next to Soochipara We reached Soochipara falls by 10:00 AM and it started to rain heavily. It is a 2KM hike from the parking point till the foot of the waterf
  10. Day -02 (Wayanad wildlife safari, Banasura dam, Pookot lake, Lakkidi) We started our day with the Wayanad wild life sanctuary. The safari starts at 8 AM in the morning. The number of entries for the safari is limited to 10 Jeeps per session. Make sure you are available at the ticket counter by 6 AM to queue up. Number of members per jeep for the safari is 7 members which costs around 220/head. Few pictures of the tracks as we traced our path into the Wayanad forest reserve. The forest seemed quite a denser one when compared to the Bandipur
  11. Wayanad - Truly a nature's paradise Why : Monsoon drive Where : Wayanad, Kerala Distance : ~2000 kilometres Ride : Maruti Suzuki Wagon R Fuel : Petrol Mileage : 15KMPL Stay: Thejas Resorts Route Taken: Hyderabad (Gachibowli) - Kurnool - Bangalore - Mysuru - Gundlupete - Wayanad. Road condition: The road conditions throughout the drive have been splendid and we enjoyed every bit of our drive on the ghat. Except for a few bad stretches in the interiors of the village when we explored new routes, rest of the main road
  12. Amazing report with beautifully crafted pics and a fantastic video guys. Great work. Have not heard of this koilsagar before. Thanks a lot for sharing such useful information about this place. Sent from my iPhone using India-Drive
  13. Sunset !!! #amaturephotography
  14. Just admiring the capture[emoji3]
  15. @Ravi This makes me feel l need a holiday right away[emoji85] perfect write up with amazing pics[emoji4]
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