Rain , Rain , don't go away
The moment we got down from the bus , it started drizzling. And then began our trail. The forest was lush green, a lot of mist in the air. We were walking, crossing the streams , standing under waterfalls, there was no need of it as there was water everywhere. But people who love waterfalls will understand how it important it is to stand under one , when you see one :) There were so many of them !!
So this trek is not of ascend and descend typically , but its more of a nature trail. After walking for about 4 -5 hours , we stopped at an open ground for lunch. The trek organizers carried packed lunch boxes. It was simple basic food , but after walking for so many hours when you are really hungry,anything works! It is advisable to carry some food , energy bars, some water etc but make sure you have waterproof bags for carrying whatever you do. The lesser the weight , the better.