The next day we woke up and were enthralled to see the Sunrise and clicked many pictures and videos on the drone.
You can catch on the drone coverage of the campsite here or it view here
The highlight of the camp was the splendid views of the hills. We had a light breakfast of Idli and Sambar.
We then embarked on Thalayotti Para trekking from the base camp by jeep.
We had two guides accompanying us who guided us along the trek.
However, when we embarked on the trip most of us carried huge backpacks and struggled a bit with our shoes too. The trail took us through slippery rocks, waterfall and expanses of forest land.
Since it was a day trek, it was doable for city folks like us. Shoes were slippery on the rocks and most of us ended up soiling our shoes or falling into the water.
Walking pole can be avoided and since we carried our lunches in our backpack, snacks were not required.
The panoramic view from the top of the big rock is mesmerizing. People from our group bathed in a stream halfway the trek and had loads of Fun.