Muddie Trails presents an alluring combination of beautiful Gandikota canyons with camping, easy trekking and swimming with life jackets.
Gandikota, located at a distance of 380 Km from Hyderabad, is known for its spectacular gorge formed by river Penna that cuts through the Erramala hills. This handsome piece of nature’s architecture is called the Grand Canyon of India by travelers who are fascinated by its unmatched beauty. A visit to this remote village in Andhra Pradesh is all the more enticing for its camping experience and a bit of trekking to the river to indulge in swimming.
On Saturday, we shall do an exciting Train journey from Hyderabad, socializing and playing games. We will get down at the base city and reach Gandikota for a thrilling night Camping. Camping close to the grand canyon is a beautiful experience one should not miss. Get ready to eat spicy and tasty Rayalaseema food as we have fun around the Campfire.
The next day, Sunday, we will explore Gandikota fort to start with. There are different places to explore in the fort like a old temple, food storage units, and other monuments. We will then trek down to the Penna river, indulge in swimming with life jackets, go on a coracle ride if available. We will also visit a seasonal waterfall that is active from (July till Dec).
We will top it up by visiting The Grand Canyon view just in time for the amazing sunset. A profile picture overlooking the stunning gorge is every traveler’s dream.
Come, join us on this fun-filled weekend trip to The Grand Canyon of India called Gandikota.
Muddie Trails may decide to cancel the event if there are less than 8 travelers signed up for the trip/trek.
What if we don’t get the minimum number of people for the trip?
We have 2 options in this case:
Option 1: Complete refund.
Option 2: Switch to any other trip of the same weekend or future weekends. The difference amount will be collected from you or paid back according to the new trip cost.
Muddie Trails may have to cancel the event in case of external factors that are beyond our control like Natural Disasters, Extreme Weather Conditions, Red Alerts, Political Disturbances, Bandh/Curfews, Local Issues, Road Blocks, Train cancellations, Covid-19 or any other disease outbreaks etc.
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