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A long drive from Hyderabad to lambasingi kashmir of andhra


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Hello riders,

 

Here is my first trip report here in this group. Please excuse if any find any hurting content.


Day 1:

Actually the trip is planned just a week back with my colleagues. On one Friday afternoon we started from office itself. We took outer ring by 15:30. And it is behind my planned schedule. :( I m the only experienced driver in my team and one newbie with me,

 

For a time being my colleague took the drive till Vijayawada.


We reached Vijayawada at some 20:00 clock, took Gunadala bypass.

We had dinner at Hanuman jn and continued via Nallajarla and Rajamahendravaram 4th bridge. We took the short cut to skip Tanuku and Ravulapalem. Its a single road need cautious about potholes and speed breakers.

 

Its already 10 pm and my team  started sleeping in car. Im wide awake and continued till Tuni National highway, took left from Narsipatnam.

Its a single lane road and is around 40 kilometers . Road is very narrow, width is around 1.5 times of an RTC bus.

We reached narsipatnam by 02:00 am. boarded at decent lodge at opp to RTC Bus stop.

 

DAY2.:

 It is already late and we started by morning 7. we are on the way to Lambasingi. The ghat road is challenging. Take more care on opp traffic. they don't even Honk. Bye- bye.... summary. All  pictures are unedited. All rights reserved.


Route Taken :

Hyderabad to Narsipatnam

Hyderabad --> suryapet --> vijayawada--> hanuman jn--> Eluru--> Nalla jarla--> kovvuru--> Annavaram--> Tuni--> Narsipatnam

 

Narsipatnam to visakhapatnam

Narsipatnam--> Lambasingi--> Kothapalli waterfalls--> Paderu- Araku--> S kota- Visakhapatnam

 

Vishakapatnam to Hyderabad

Visakhapatnam--> Vijayawada--> Hyderabad

 

 

 

1. Hyderabad to Lambasingi route:

Hyderabad --> Suryapet --> Vijayawada --> Rajahmundry --> Tuni --> Narsipatnam --> Lambasingi. 

 

Distance : 600 kilometers

Hyderabad to Vijayawada : Excellent

Vijayawada to Tuni: 4-lane but has potholes

Tuni to Narsipatnam : Scenic roads, narrow and Ghat section

 

2. Lambasingi to Aruku route:

Lambasingi--> Paderu --> Aruku

 

Distance : 100 kilometers

Lambasingi to Paderu : Average road condition

Paderu to Aruku : worst road condition

 

3. Aruku to Vizag/Visakhapatnam route:

Aruku-->Srungavarapu kota (s.kota) -->Visakhapatnam

 

Distance : 120 kilometers

Aruku to Srungavarapu kota : Ghat section, narrow roads, traffic and Dangerous.

Srungavarapu kota toVizag/Visakhapatnam : Average


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Lambasingi Accommodation details
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Translation : Lambasingi accommodation, Chintapally, Visaka dist.


For rooms please contact
Chinni : 8333971400

Nandan rao: 9491617020

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Government should build a tourism hotel in Lambasingi.

Such a wonderful place without a proper accommodation is pain.

They should at least allow camping.

Nature at its best.Nice travel story.
Thank you for sharing.

Lambasingi is added to my priority list.[emoji5]️
 

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Government should build a tourism hotel in Lambasingi.

Such a wonderful place without a proper accommodation is pain.

They should at least allow camping.

 

Agree on this issue.

Lack of proper accommodation, not giving permission for private hotels.

Government should step up, start encouraging tourism.

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Awesome stuff @TDI , your report really inspires me to do this drive soon, Is it safe for the families to rent a stay between the forest or any complaints as i've heard before that this place comes under the naxals place. Or if not, do we have a plan to organize a drive meet up to this place any time soon ? :D

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Guest Charles

Really good info. Thank you so much, I think I am gonna do the trip this week only! But do we have any info about any new hotels, as the post is from 2017 Feb, and now it end of 2018. 

Any such updates ?  

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25 minutes ago, Guest Charles said:

Really good info. Thank you so much, I think I am gonna do the trip this week only! But do we have any info about any new hotels, as the post is from 2017 Feb, and now it end of 2018. 

Any such updates ?  

 

Hey Charles, There are a few places which have come up recently around Lambasingi. Few of them are Vooda Residency, Tejaswi Cottages and few others which are a little faraway named Saptagiri resorts and Buradaveedhi lodge (Campsite with bonfire)

Apart from the above, there are a lot of home stays around Lambasingi..

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Last time when we went to Visakapatnam, my friends staying there told us that there is nothing at Lambasingi  to visit and enjoy except the journey. They also told me that the place is dirty. After reading your report, it seems they are wrong. Once in 2-3 years we camp in Vishaka, next time we plan to visit the place. 

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1 hour ago, Shekar said:

Last time when we went to Visakapatnam, my friends staying there told us that there is nothing at Lambasingi  to visit and enjoy except the journey. They also told me that the place is dirty. After reading your report, it seems they are wrong. Once in 2-3 years we camp in Vishaka, next time we plan to visit the place. 

 

An early morning drive to Lambasingi from Maredumilli in the mist is an absolute breeze. Every road trip enthusiast will love it. :) 

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13 hours ago, Musafir said:

How about visiting Lambasingi and Araku in Oct first week? Seems its raining in most of the places. 

@Musafir You can absolutely do it. It is going to be all green and beautiful. I'm sure the reservoir that you come across will also be full with water in it. But, expect good amount of crowd in the region being a festive season.. :) 

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