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Leisure walk into the Jungle
Event Address : Narsapur forest
Event Type : Exploration
Difficulty level : Easy to moderate
Cost : 200/-
Transport : will be pooling, petrol cost will be shared.
Meeting point: Gachibowli, near ORR Entrance
It is located 40 km north of Hyderabad. The history of this town dates back to the Kakatiya reign. Although people of various religious backgrounds live in Narsapur town, they have embraced the Telangana culture. Narsapur Reserve Forest, the largest forest in the suburbs of Greater Hyderabad, is spread between Gummadidala and Narsapur towns. This dense patch of forest spans 30 to 40 km². It has a mini-ghat section, thick forest with a variety of trees, shrubs, herbs (including medicinal plants), and grasses, several small lakes. The forest and irrigation tanks of this mandal support a range of wildlife (fauna include rhesus macaque, spotted deer, four-horned antelope, jackal, wild boar, leopard, rat snake, Russell's viper, peacock, and many other species of small mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds, fish, crustaceans, insects, spiders, ...). In the past, the Municipal Corporation of Hyderabad used this forest as the release site for monkeys captured in the city, and the approach road to Narsapur from Hyderabad is now often lined with troops of Rhesus Macaques begging for food from passing motorists. This forest is one of the regular venues for monthly Sunday field trips of the Birdwatchers Society of Andhra Pradesh (BSAP), which has records of bird observations from here dating back >30 years. It also constitutes of the famous Bonthapalli veera bhadra swamy temple
06:00AM :Start to Narsapur
07:30AM : Park vehicles safe and start trek
01:30PM : Reach lake, have lunch
04:30PM : Catch share auto to vehicle parking
05:00PM : Start Back to Hyderabad
1) Wear Light Color Clothes, full sleeve T-shirt and track pants
2) Jacket / Umbrella and some extra clothes just in case the weather plays foul.
3) Water - 3 ltr per head minimum (This is your heaviest weight)
4) Sports / trekking shoes, (No Sandals/Converse/Formals or other casual shoes)
6) Electral / ORS / glucose
7) Sun Cap
8) Snacks - chocolates/ energy bars/ biscuits
9) Food for lunch
10)A big smile, and tons of energy :)
11) Get your camera if you want to take snaps
12) No littering, no pollution of water.
HT Strives to protect our nature and members safety is our prime agenda and we do not compromise on these aspects.