It is always a treat for the eyes and other senses to unwind in nature’s lap. Starting the day with listening to birds chirp, wandering amidst fresh air and enjoying the serenity on the banks of a lake can help one beat the stress and feel rejuvenated.
And if one wants to experience all this, all one has to do is board the Andhra Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation (APTDC)’s Kakatiya tour covering Etunagaram Wildlife Sanctuary, Laknavaram Lake, Pembarthy handicrafts, Warangal Fort and other places.
All this apart, a visit to the suspension bridge at Laknavaram Lake makes this trip even more exciting and enjoyable. It will be a very good experience for tourists on this trip, claimed a senior official of the APTDC.
The two-day trip from the capital includes transportation in AC bus, accommodation and food. On day one, tourists will commence their journey at 8 a.m., visit Yadagirigutta, Jain temple, Pembarhty and after lunch head to Hanamkonda at 4 p.m.
Later, in the evening, the trip comprises a visit to Warangal Fort, Bhadrakali temple, 1,000 pillar temple and dinner and night halt at Hanamkonda Hotel Haritha.
Day two commences with departure to Etunagaram at 7 a.m and a visit to the wildlife sanctuary. Then tourists will head to Laknavaram Lake and visit Ramappa temple and Ghanpur temples later in the day. After snacks at Hanamkonda, tourists will return to the capital at around 9 p.m., explained the official.
The trip is operated on every Saturday and other days on demand. While, tariff in AC bus, accommodation and food costs Rs.3000 per adult, it is Rs. 2400 per child. Similarly, those opting for non-AC transportation, accommodation and food will have to pay Rs.2500 per adult and Rs.2000 per child.
For details contact: 98480-07028.