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Hyderabad to Maredumilli Road trip - Place to be lost yourself for it's beauty


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Hyderabad to Maredumilli :

Distance : 475 kilometers

Drive: Skoda Rapid

Fuel:Diesel

Mileage:25.3 kmpl

Road Condition :Excellent 2-Lane roads

Drive time : 7hrs (excluding breaks)

Resort :Birds Nest Resort

 

Route:

Hyderabad ---> Suryapet---> Khammam---> Illandu ---> Bhadrachalam---> Maredumulli

 

Local places to visit/try:

 

  • Waterfalls
  • Maredumilli trecking
  • Bamboo Chicken
  • Rampavaram Project
     

Let me make it short and sweet story. I fell in love with this place for the first time when I visited in the last year. It was unexpected trip, as we were heading towards Hyderabad from Annavaram, one of my friend suggested to go through this route instead of typical 4 lane road [Annavaram -> Vjw -> Hyd].

 

I took this route with hesitation, but ended up following in love with this place. On that day, I decided to come back on rainy season, and you will know why this place is a MUST visit place during rainy season.

 

In short, Maredumilli is about Forest, Clean Waterfalls, Hiking, Bamboo Chicken and most importantly beautiful forest road from Bhadrachalam to Maredumilli.

 

Let's pic talk about the place now

View of the Maredumilli hills

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Waterflow in the hills - Pure water which is running through hills and will merge into Godavari

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nitin88 said:
I usually keep the best pictures hidden, so I would leave it up to your imagination how beautiful this place can be. Visit the place and experience it :)Don't forget to Invite me if you are looking for someone to join the trip :D

Wonderful post nitin.This information will help a lot for the first timers like me.Personally I did not expect the place to be this better.

 

Your pictures include only maredumilli or you have covered some other places like Rampachodavaram, Sileru and Lambasingi?

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Very short and sweet. Your timing is perfect. Those clouds are too low.

My home town is very close to Rajamundry.

 

But still I did not cover this place.

 

I have under estimated this place.

 

How is the resort and how much did they charge per night.

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 Lovely travelogue !

Beautiful photographs and thank you for sharing.

Could you share the stay details too ... And you surely need to get tagged along when we drive down to this place the next time..

 

Will try covering that quadrilateral.

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driveking said:

Very short and sweet. Your timing is perfect. Those clouds are too low :eek:

My home town is very close to Rajamundry.

But still I did not cover this place.

I have under estimated this place. :angry:

How is the resort and how much did they charge per night.

 

They have different type of cottages. According to them August, September is peak season where you hardly find slot. Because of some climate changes, the monsoon came very fast and I hit in the right time :)

http://birdsnest.in/

http://www.vanavihari.com/maredumilli.php?page=maredumilli

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[uSER=97]nitin88[/uSER] The right time to be there at the right place and the photologue just talks about it - Monsoon Glory .. The Mileage of your Rapid is a wonder bro.. 25.3 ?? Awesome:clap:

he he. thanks. My engine turns to be something special :P

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gowtham said:
Wonderful post nitin.This information will help a lot for the first timers like me.Personally I did not expect the place to be this better.Your pictures include only maredumilli or you have covered some other places like Rampachodavaram, Sileru and Lambasingi?

 

We should probably do this way

 

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Balakrishna said:
Thanks a lot nitin for the recent update, I am planning to visit this place in the next 2 weeks and was quite skeptic about the weather conditions over there. you have cleared the doubt.. Great pictures btw :)

 

You can always inquire about the weather from the local resorts. I would suggest to do it while it's cloudy or drizzling. Humidity can spoil you on sunny days :)

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Excellent effort to summarize about the less told forest in the southern region of India. I am planning to visit this place since ages but somehow its not happening. Your thread has just pushed the desire much more. This monsoon season its a must visit.

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