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Hyderabad to Singur dam

 

Road condition: Average, Single roads with decent condition. First 30 kilometers on ORR the and the next 50 kilometers on a single lane road.
Drive: You will enjoy driving through the remote villages of Telangana.

Distance: 80 kilometers from Gachibowli, Via ORR.

 

Hyderabad to Singur dam route:

Gachibowli (ORR) ---> Patancheru (Mumbai highway exit) ---> Sadashivpet ---> Atmakur ---> Singur Dam

There are multi routes available via Sanga reddy, If you want to explore the interiors of villages. 

 

Place to visit in Singur dam:

  • Singur dam (No restriction are permissions are required. You can explore the place without any issue) 
  • Manjeera river
  • Singur project park (average)
  • Circular well (Don't miss this place)
  • Harita lake view resort

 

Google maps:

Singur Dam : https://goo.gl/maps/5vejQeyWHgQ2

Manjeera river : https://goo.gl/maps/CskbP4aPD8C2
Circular well : https://goo.gl/maps/ryKQPciEjDm

Harita resort : https://goo.gl/maps/AN3fVey5gvj

 

Important points:

  • Carry water and snacks
  • No proper washrooms available
  • Food options: Haritha resort and Parmy resort.
  • Circular well view point is a little isolated, going in a group would be preferable.
  • No proper fuel options

 

Singur project:

  • Irrigation
  • Hydro electric generation
  • Water project


It is a drinking water source for Hyderabad. According to some reports, It has a lot of crocodiles but, we couldn't spot any.

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We started around 7 AM in the morning from Gachibowli (ORR) and took the Patancheruvu exit.

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Had our breakfast en-route and reached the Dam in two hours.  

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We parked our cars and started exploring around.

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View from the dam

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Speed boating is currently in-active due to high running costs and less crowd. 

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Dam walk through. Some of the gates are being repaired for water leakages. 

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View of the Manjeera river. We need to cross that bridge to reach the circular well view point. 

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Project machinery, 

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It is so huge and we were quite surprised that we could explore everything without any permission. :o

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View from the other side of the dam. 

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After exploring the Dam for an hour, we started driving towards the Manjeera river bridge.

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We took a small break at the bridge and enjoyed the view. Not even a single vehicle crossed us during our 15 minutes break. 

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On one side, it was the Manjeera river.
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And on the other side, it is the Singur Dam.
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Our next destination is the Circular well.
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This place is very isolated and calm, it is definitely a must visit place.

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Fishermen! 

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We started walking on the rocks, which lead us to the reservoir for about 100 meters. We were surrounded by water on almost all sides. (small Island)
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We sat here for an hour and enjoyed the cool breeze. 

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Water currents were quite high. Avoid getting into the water and beware of the crocodiles.

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We parked our cars on the bank.

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We explored this place for around one and a half hours and started back to Hyderabad. 

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We found this resort near circular well view point. They serve only lunch and dinner. 

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On our return drive, we tried a few rolling shots.

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Sticking to the speed limits of the ORR is quite tough, but we enjoyed the photography.

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We reached Gachibowli in no time. 

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-Thank you.

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Awesome report @Ranger. I am a Hyderabad resident but, I have never heard about this place before. Thanks for sharing the hidden secrets around Hyderabad. Looks good to explore. If you could add a screen shot of the route map from Hitech city to this place, it would be of great help to us. Thank you

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2 hours ago, hsudhir said:

If you could add a screen shot of the route map from Hitech city to this place, it would be of great help to us.

Route is very easy, but there are multiple route leading to the Dam.

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1 hour ago, Saran said:

Its was nice calm place that we have the leverage to explore peacefully.

Zero crowd definitely helped, now a days most of the average places are over crowded.
This place refreshing and calm. 

 

1 hour ago, Saran said:

Few of my clicks:

Wow.
Beautiful pictures, Tractor picture came out really well. 
 

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Being a non local in Hyderabad, I always knew only 2 dams which are close to Hyderabad which are nagarjunasagar and Srisailam. Now, I am surprised to see this new place which looks beautiful. Most importantly, having no crowd leave over the landscape must have left it still scenic. I will make sure I visit Singur soon. Thanks for sharing the details on this. @Saran and @Ranger beautiful pictures guys.cheers

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21 hours ago, Ranger said:
Wow.
Beautiful pictures, Tractor picture came out really well. 
 


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17 hours ago, driveking said:
You guys are exploring very good places.
Personally I have never heard about Singur Dam.
 
Nice set of details ranger
saran your pictures came out very good.
 
 


Thanks bro.. [emoji4]

 

 

 

 

 

14 hours ago, mayank said:
Being a non local in Hyderabad, I always knew only 2 dams which are close to Hyderabad which are nagarjunasagar and Srisailam. Now, I am surprised to see this new place which looks beautiful. Most importantly, having no crowd leave over the landscape must have left it still scenic. I will make sure I visit Singur soon. Thanks for sharing the details on this. [mention=488]Saran[/mention] and [mention=1]Ranger[/mention] beautiful pictures guys.cheers


Thanks Mayank[emoji4]
 

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43 minutes ago, kamal said:

Fabulous pictures guys and the information about the place is quite clear to explore this place. Any specific reason why the flow of tourists suddenly took a halt?

Flow is usually less.
Lack of facilities and information is the main reason.
But on the positive side, it is a very peaceful place. 

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Awesome pictures [mention=488]Saran[/mention] and [mention=1]Ranger[/mention] The place so close to Hyderabad is the best part and definitely a peaceful one. I like it this way rather than developing tourism over here and spoiling the beauty of the place.

Thanks. Yeah agreed to u.. this place looks good n enjoyable as it is now...

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Beautiful pictures and I have heard about this place almost after 10 years. Singur is the name I have heard during my school. A place where a good number of crocodiles and poisonous snakes are seen is what I heard. Is that reason for this place to become barren after having everything such as beauty of nature and unfunctioning restaurants?

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Which is so rare a thing at a place this close to Hyderabad [emoji3] . Btw, How is your Aspire faring [mention=873]HarshitaH[/mention]?

Exactly Sagar [emoji2] My family also enjoyed the peaceful time at the riverside. Aspire is doing great. Met with a couple tiny accidents which are unavoidable in a city like ours [emoji28] Overall We love driving it.


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Visited this place last weekend.
We went there with family.

We took our own food and had lunch near the lake bed.
Fantastic place, away from regular tourist crowd. 

 

Please carry your own food and water, no shops available near the lake.
You can also try Telangana tourism resort near the lake, but I doubt If they will have any food. 

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Nice pictures.

Is this the best rout?

Gachibowli (ORR) ---> Patancheru (Mumbai highway exit) ---> Sadashivpet ---> Atmakur ---> Singur Dam

 

I heard that we can even cover Pocharam Dam and Wile life Sanctuary from Singur Dam  and come back via Medak Church - Hyderabad.

Is it doable in one day and any good rout from Singur Dam to Pocharam and Medak?

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2 hours ago, sahil said:

Gachibowli (ORR) ---> Patancheru (Mumbai highway exit) ---> Sadashivpet ---> Atmakur ---> Singur Dam


Yeah, best route from Hyderabad to Singur Dam.
Previously we used to drive via Sangareddy, with new roads completed, Via Sadashivpet and Armakur is the best option.
Few more pictures from the meetup section 

https://www.india-drive.com/index.php?/topic/285-singur-dam-india-drive-meetup/

 

PS: Early in the morning is the best time to visit. 

 

2 hours ago, sahil said:

Is it doable in one day and any good rout from Singur Dam to Pocharam and Medak?

 

 

It is doable but the road condition from Singur to Pocharam is not so great.  

I would suggest you to visit these on separate days, since you wont save much of a distance by covering both the places in a single day. 

 

Pocharam drive
https://www.india-drive.com/index.php?/topic/151-hyderabad-to-pocharam-wildlife-sanctuary-and-dam-medak/

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Ranger said:


Yeah, best route from Hyderabad to Singur Dam.
Previously we used to drive via Sangareddy, with new roads completed, Via Sadashivpet and Armakur is the best option.
Few more pictures from the meetup section 

https://www.india-drive.com/index.php?/topic/285-singur-dam-india-drive-meetup/

 

PS: Early in the morning is the best time to visit. 

 

 

 

It is doable but the road condition from Singur to Pocharam is not so great.  

I would suggest you to visit these on separate days, since you wont save much of a distance by covering both the places in a single day. 

 

Pocharam drive
https://www.india-drive.com/index.php?/topic/151-hyderabad-to-pocharam-wildlife-sanctuary-and-dam-medak/

 

 

 

Good info @Ranger.  thanks!

I will plan during Pongal weekend.

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On 1/10/2018 at 9:09 AM, sagar said:

 

Go for it, It is calm and serene to spend a morning at this place. Click some good pictures for your post :)

 

Thanks for the precise info. Visited the site this sunday, Initial plan is to start early morning as suggested but couldn't start by 7. so we started around 2 PM after lunch hoping to see sunset at the dam site. lot of evening traffic on the NH 65, once  we turn from NH65 to Atmakur side, The roads were getting narrow and road condition is not good, thus making the drive longer. We were able to reach the bridge by 4 PM, the views were spectacular and peaceful. Spent some time at the bridge and went ahead to the dam site. Wow! indeed it's a fantastic place where could see miles and miles of distance. But the place was slightly crowded being a sunday evening, maybe. nevertheless it was fun. we spent some quiet moments walking on the bridge, feeding peanuts to monkeys.  after reaching the other end took few more pics and finished the sightseeing, and headed back to parking. while returning we went to haritha resorts for some refreshing tea. Didn't go to see the circular well, as this side of the dam look very isolated and no families around. We started the return journey by 5:30PM. little early than we thought, as driving in the narrow roads will be a trouble considering it was getting dark. Managed to reach the NH65 by sunset. Glorious sun was setting back in the rear view mirror as we drive back to city. Reached miyapur by 7:30. An evening well spent. Thank you! 

 

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48 minutes ago, rkamal said:

Visited the site this sunday

 

Thank you for the update.

Water levels look pretty low even during monsoon.
 

49 minutes ago, rkamal said:

Didn't go to see the circular well

 

This is the best part, it is safe near the circular well. Many of our members have been there with their families. 
I am not sure about evenings but early mornings it is a good place. 

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Surprising to see the water levels so low during this season.. Looks like the dam gates have remained shut for a long time at this place.. :O 

I decent restaurant or a dhaba close by this dam can grab good number of weekend visitors :) 

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On 8/26/2019 at 11:00 AM, Ranger said:

I am not sure about evenings but early mornings it is a good place. 

 

The problem we faced here in the evening, is a common problem we usually face in such peaceful locations.  drunkards or people who visit such scenic locations only to drink and eat non-veg stuff and throw bottles and junk. we saw this nonsense at orvakal and in the jungle camp at pacherla also. i seriously wonder why they need to come to such locations when their idea of having fun is only to drink and eat. ? Even some google reviews mentioned about this issue, sadly i didn't notice it earlier. Visiting this place in morning is advisable.

 

7 hours ago, sagar said:

Surprising to see the water levels so low during this season.. Looks like the dam gates have remained shut for a long time at this place.. ?

I decent restaurant or a dhaba close by this dam can grab good number of weekend visitors :) 

 

i have not seen a single signboard on the road mentioning the site or singur village. In a way it's good it stays less polluted. 

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On 8/27/2019 at 10:18 AM, rkamal said:

locations only to drink and eat non-veg stuff and throw bottles and junk.

 

This is biggest worry for me. Specially, when me and wife go on a road trip.
It is always risky visit a unknown isolated place. 

 

When Safety is in place, Overcrowded

When the place is Isolated, Safety issues

 

Reason, I joined India-Drive.
Always feel safe driving in group. 

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Hi admin,

 

This is kranthi, I'm following ur website from last 4 years, now I have visited singur dam with ur inputs here, and I have started a youtube channel to share trips and I said in my video about india-drive.in and sharing this singur trip here. Please watch the video

 

 

 

 

 

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On 8/28/2020 at 10:04 AM, krantee said:

This is kranthi, I'm following ur website from last 4 years, now I have visited singur dam with ur inputs here, and I have started a youtube channel to share trips and I said in my video about india-drive.in and sharing this singur trip here


Share some details and pictures as well.

Which help other members as well. 👍

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      Hyderabad - Tirupati - Kanchipuram - Madurai - Rameshwaram - Dhanushkodi - Palani - Guruvayur - Coimbature - Bangalore - Lepakshi - Hyderabad
       
      No. of people 5 in Vitara Brezza
       
      Day 1: Hyderabad to Tirupati Day 2:Dharshan at Tirupati Day 3:Tirupati to kanchipuram Day 4:kanchipuram to madurai Day 5:Madurai to Rameshwaram and dhanushkodi Day 6: Dhanushkodi to gurvayur via palani Day 7: Gurvyaur to coimbatore Day 8: Coimbatore to hyderabad via bangalore and lepakshi  
      First trip of 2021 has became the best trip till now. Travelled around 3500kms. Planned to visit all the places of southern part but rain has ruined all our plans.
      Heavy rains in Tamilnadu.
       
      Best Moment: 
      Visiting my dream place "Dhanushkodi", The Last Road Of India. Everyone must visit, but not while raining. Goosebumps moment when we reach the destination. The sound of waves at one side, eyes full of happiness at another side, this is what everyone needs. 
       
      Road Conditions:
      Overall the road conditions was awesome with minimum potholes.
      A small suggestion: when you travel through some village, it is better to ask localities about the route than blindly believing on Google Maps. If Stuck in traffic by believing on GMaps.
       
      Expenses:
      Diesel: 18000/-
      Food and beverages: 10000/-
      Room: 15000/-
      Toll Tax: 2100/- 
       
      The best food we ate was Dindigul Thalappakatti biryani.
       
      Funny Incident: 
      Bangalore has fined us for not wearing masks inside the car.
      we are not aware that we should wear mask in car while travelling with windows rolled up.
       
      We were by 250rs each. The fun is police where stopping only outside state cars, they aren't stopping Karnataka registered vehicles.
       
      We found few people travelling in KA registered vehicle, they are not wearing any masks. when we ask police to stop them, Cops answer Thum jhakey roko na ghadi ko". This is kind of discrimination which every traveler hates. 




       


       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       
       

       
       

       

       

       

       

       

       


       

    • By GANGADHAR
      Hello,
       
      I'm planning a trip from Hyderabad to Leh Ladakh on road in KTM 390
       
      I'm planning to go in May,2021.
       
      Tell me the best route available on road and a road my Bike can handle.
       
      And travelling in may is good idea?(Being a student that is the onlytime I get to travel)
       
      How long drive should we drive maximum (in hours and distance wise)?
       
      Things to carry?
       
      And tell me the road which worth travelling (something else to watch)
       
      Guide me through a plan where we can have the best days in our life !
       
      Thank you.
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