Reader Travelogue: Fantastic four ride to Coffee Land!

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Our Reader and a true motorcyclist at heart, Sandeep Patnala, made a trip to Araku Valley in Andhra Pradesh with 3 of his friends and shared his story to be featured on Motoroids. Sandeep and his buddies followed the Vijayawada – Rajahmundry – Vizag – Araku – Paderu – Lambisingi – Narsipatnam – Tuni – Rajahmundry – Vijayawada – Hyderabad route in the middle of a severe Indian Summer, riding through some serene b-roads kitted in safety gear, clearly shows their passion for riding that eclipses everything else. Their weapons of choice for this trip were the Yamaha FZ-S, The Royal Enfield Thunderbird and Classic with the Honda CBR 250.

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For people who live in other parts of the country, Araku is located at a distance of 114 kms from Vishakhapatnam close to the Odisha border. The Anantagiri and Sunkarimetta Forest reserve are part of the Araku Valley. The valley is surrounded by mountains, the tallest hill rising to a height of 5000 ft. Araku is famous for it’s Coffee plantations as India’s first premium organic Coffee brand was launched here.

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  • kp says:

    araku valley is beautiful but the problem is lack of proper facilities nd state tourism board dont spend much money on it even place lambising climate is good for apple plantation which CCMB scientists choose for further studies!!