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75km southeast of Hyderabad lies a serene and unexplored nature's beauty, the Bugga Waterfalls. Most of the city folks don't know about this getaway spot but trust me, it's a place that can test your mettle and endurance, yet leave you basking in the beauty of this scenic location. Bugga Waterfalls is a s mall scale waterfall where a local stream comes down traversing various layers of rocks and boulders. The location is untouched by the human presence and its pollution, but has one of the most captivating views to refresh one's mind after a tedious and monotonous city life.
We started around 4 in the morning after hiring a self drive rental Zoomcar. I advice you to travel in a vehicle with good ground clearance as the approach road to the waterfall is quite bumpy, narrow and uneven. We glided on the Hyderabad, Nagarjunasagar Highway (SH19). After almost 60km, passing through Ibrahimpatnam and Yacharam, we reached Mall village. From the intersection we took left and headed straight for around 9km we reached Alijapur village and took left towards Bugga Waterfalls. The road after this turn is unmetalled and we experienced crater-like bumps and holes. After a bumpy ride in our Datsun Redigo+ we reached Bugga Sri LakshmiNarasimha Temple. The vehicular road ended here and we parked our vehicles and walked towards the waterfalls.