By Santosh Salve
June 27, 2022
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East Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh's Gudisa Hill Station is located 42 kilometres from Maredumill. It is the only tourist site in Andhra Pradesh with grasslands.
The teeny hamlet of Gudisa, which is situated in the reserve forest, is encircled by flower fields that blossom in winter on hundreds of acres on the Gudisa hilltop.
To make your stay significantly more memorable, you must take a few safety measures. In order to see the sunset, try to arrive there by 4 pm.
Due to its distant location, there are no restaurants or shops in the area. However, there is a little storefront before the Gudisa hill where you can buy items.
Before beginning your journey to Gudisa Hill for your overnight fire camp, gather some firewood from the Maredumilli Market.
If you already own tents for camping, there won't be a problem; if not, you can rent tents from Maredumili Market. As the weather is so chilly there, try to bring Decathlon Tents.
The Rampa Waterfalls, the Bhupathipalem Reservoir, the Jalatarangini Waterfall, the Manyam View Point, and other places are close to Gudisa.
Gudisa is not close to a railroad station. The town closest to Gudisa is Rajahmundry. By road, it is 120 kilometres away from Rajahmundry.
Living in Gudisa Hills offers you the advantages of a year-round temperate climate. The best time to travel there is during the monsoon season.
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