Most of the part of the fort is in ruins now. We should plead the government to take of these historical sites and teach our future generation about conserving the same and the nature. Also, see to it that you do not litter the place and carry back all the empty bags of chips and water bottles. Do not dirty the place.
Another highlight of this trek is Vinchu Kata. It is one of the main attraction of the fort. It is an elongated protruding area.
From here, it was easy to look at the enemy and their moves in ancient time. There is a narrow elongated route for reaching the extreme point. One can get a beautiful view from this stretch.
After this point, we had covered most of the parts of the fort. We planned to return back from the fort.
While coming down, it was easy as we had to climb down the steps. It was lunch time and there were few stalls near the entrance of the stairs to the fort. We chose one of the stalls considering the hygiene and had vada pav, kanda bhajji and chai off course. We were full and proceeded with our return journey.
But wait… this was not the end….. it was around 3 when we left the stall. After crossing 10 minutes distance, we came across a small waterfall and lots of cars had stopped for clicking the pictures.
Without wasting much time, we got into the water, as it was very hot and we were kind of tired with the trek. The fresh water refreshed a lot. We spent around an hour here playing in water. We had not carried an extra set of cloths and managed to leave from the place in wet cloths and got dried within minutes on the bikes.
Again in 15 minutes, we stopped for tea in some local joint on the way as we were quite hungry after playing in water and then continued with our return journey. We reached home before it was dark.
Overall experience: Overall it was fun filled day, and waterfall encounter was the highlight of the day.
If you have any queries, please feel free to ask in comments. I will try my best to answer the same ASAP. Also I would suggest visit this place for an experience which you can cherish forever.
Please note: The pictures clicked are from my mobile and cyber shot camera.
This post was originally published on Road Diaries.