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On 7/28/2018 at 6:45 PM, NaveenTraveller said:

 

You can drive up to mitte village and from there you either walk down to falls crossing the stream or take the help of villagers.

If the stream has heavy flow, then help of villagers is compulsory.

We crossed the stream with bare foot but I don't advice the same when you are with family and kids.

Don't expect clean and smooth walk there , it's black soil land and we need to be ready take such walk.

Or villagers help up to falls makes our way easier.

 

Two types of waterfall can be seen in pics. Hope you can see one is vertically down. It's fully rocky we need to be careful.

 

Thanks a lot for your information @NaveenTraveller. I will visit this place in the coming 2 weeks :) 

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13 hours ago, ujwal said:
 
Thanks a lot for your information [mention=1412]NaveenTraveller[/mention]. I will visit this place in the coming 2 weeks [emoji4] 

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3 hours ago, sagar said:
Thanks a lot for sharing great inputs on this new waterfalls which still seems like a hidden beauty [mention=1412]NaveenTraveller[/mention]. We would love to explore the place soon [emoji4] Thanks for all the support.

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58 minutes ago, sahil said:
On ‎7‎/‎30‎/‎2018 at 1:09 PM, karthik said:
 
When you get time, please share names of good hotels. 
Only option, i got online is Ravi teja Hotel. 

Any villagers names, phone no to take help? So, that we can reachout to them upfront..

 

@NaveenTraveller himself is a wonderful person who can be of help to us when we plan our travel to that region :) And yes, information on hotels would be more helpful :)

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2 hours ago, Manish Sharma said:

Sitting in office on Monday noon and its raining outside.... ?? already thinking of weekend... 

 

Guys, please let know any waterfall near by Hyderabad, that we can visit this weekend.... or say this week ??

 

Sorry for starting new thread. please move this, if any existing similar thread...

 

Bogatha waterfalls (300KMS ~)

Bheemuni Paadam Waterfalls, Gudur (200KMS ~)

Mutyala Jalapatham Waterfalls(260 KMS ~)

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21 hours ago, Manish Sharma said:

Sitting in office on Monday noon and its raining outside

 

Monday morning blues. But the weather is fantastic. Felt the similar vibes. 

 

21 hours ago, Manish Sharma said:

Guys, please let know any waterfall near by Hyderabad, that we can visit this weekend

 

Just go through the first post, many options are available. 

If you are planning, this weekend is the right time.
Most of the places will be over crowded during Dussehra weekend. 

 

17 hours ago, Johney said:

Bheemuni Paadam Waterfalls, Gudur

 

Gone through this place, looks good. Thank you for the information. 
You been there? 

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1 hour ago, Ranger said:

Gone through this place, looks good. Thank you for the information. 
You been there? 

Have this on to visit list, heard a quite a bit about this during the recent past, will visit during October and sure will write a small post about it :)

 

Also, are we guys planning any meetups, as I am eager to join you guys.

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32 minutes ago, Johney said:

Have this on to visit list, heard a quite a bit about this during the recent past, will visit during October and sure will write a small post about it :)

 

Also, are we guys planning any meetups, as I am eager to join you guys.

 

We recently did a drive to Mulshi ghat. 
No drives in this month, we may have something planned towards the end to October.  

 

We have created a new group chat. You can join here to discuss on the meetup. 
https://t.me/indiadrive

 

 

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22 hours ago, Johney said:

 will visit during October and sure will write a small post about it :)

 

 

Waiting to see some logs on a new place in Telangana. Do share your experience on the waterfall exploration when you are done.. :) 

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