We are gifted with so much natural beauty in the world that sometimes I wonder God must be so talented and creative to have created such wonders that leave us mesmerized. We cannot imagine our world without these beautiful creations. A few aspects of this beauty can only be captured by your eyes and stored in our mind but its very difficult to explain it in words. It was summer, we can visit this place only in summer before the rains start. The path to reach these natural pools will be covered with water during rains. So, the best time to visit these natural pool are, march to July.
Have you ever heard of this place called NAGALA, Nagalapuram- nested in between hills, near Tirupathi? I must say one of the nature's best wonders in south India. Crystal clear water coming from nowhere at top of the mountains deep in the forest where you can hear only your heartbeat. The path that will be leading you to the beautiful natural pools is a rocky path, taking a route in between long tree, seeing monkeys do gymnastics from one tree to another, listening to songs sung by the best singers of the word "birds", mesmerizing sound of water falling from the top of the hills, leaving my eyes and ears to the forest thinking that I am never gonna get this opportunity again. Indeed it's very difficult to turn feelings into words.
We were a group of 20 members who decided to visit this place to beat summer with natural pools. We started from Hyderabad by train, reached by 6 am in the morning to place called Thirupathi We had breakfast until our transit came. Around 8 am we started our journey to nagalapuram. We reached a small village called Arai had lunch and reached the base point. We parked our vehicle and took our 1st step towards these beautiful pools. Generally there is a saying 'There will be 7 people who look like you'. I found it true at Nagalapuram, one guy in my group his name( sorry forgot name, it was an year ego) we found a guy who looks exactly like him. We didn't wanna miss this kinda moment so we captured it in our camera!