Gandikota and Belum Caves – Dussehra Special
#Saturday, 5th October
14:00 – Catch 11041 #Chennai Mail from Mumbai (CST, Dadar, Thane or Kalyan)
18:00 – Those joining from Pune can board the same train
#Sunday, 6th October
09:00 – Reach #Muddanur and have breakfast
11:00 – Explore Belum caves
14:00 – Reach Hotel near Gandikota and get fresh
15:00 – Explore Gandikota fort, Granary, Jumma Masjid etc.
17:30 – Enjoy #Sunset view from Grand Canyon of #India
19:00 – Campfire and fun at Hotel
#Monday, 7th October
06:00 – Get up early to view the sunrise from Grand Canyon
09:00 – Explore the Mylavaram Dam, Ranganathaswamy Temple, Madhavaraya Temple, etc
14:00 – Checkout from Hotel and move to Tadipatri
19:05 – Catch 11042 Chennai Express from #Tadipatri towards Mumbai
#Tuesday, 8th October (Dusshera)
14:00 – Reach #Mumbai
Basic fee Includes:
– #Travel from Tadipatri onwards
– All Food and refreshments (excluding train)
– Entry charges at various monuments
Basic fee Excludes:
– Train tickets and food in train
– Bottled water/drinks during trip
– Anything not mentioned in ‘Includes’
Krishna Kuya – 9820285295 (Also available on WhatsApp)
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Gandikota and Belum caves are a combination of geological wonders in #IncredibleIndia.
Gandikota Fort is famous for the #beautiful gorge on bank of river #Penna. The ruins of #Gandikota Fort narrates its history dating back to 12th century. The fort has 2 beautiful ancient temples (Madhavaraya & Ranganatha Swamy)
#Belum caves is the largest cave system open to the public on the Indian subcontinent. Known for stalactite and stalagmite formations, the Belum caves have long passages, galleries, spacious caverns with fresh water and siphons. The cave system reaches its deepest point 46 m (151 ft) from entrance level at the point known as #Patalganga. Belum Caves have a length of 3,229 m. It is said that Buddhist and Jain monks meditated here.
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