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Bikers, Grab Your Keys & Helmet To Go On A Long Drive To These Destinations

If you and your bike love taking off on a long drive to distant (and dreamy) lands, Vikarabad isn't the only destination. There's more and our list of bike destinations will make you go on a road trip RIGHT NOW. So, grab your keys and helmet, mount on your beloved bike and flee!

Kurnool is located on the banks of river Tungabhadra and the three-hour drive to this town will fill you with the sight of dilapidated ruins, river views, natural rock formations, and tiny villages. The villagers are super-chatty in these areas and if you're interested in trying out the local cuisine, they'll gladly lead the way. You've got to check out Yaganti Temple, Kondareddy Fort, and if you've got more time on your hands, drive to Gandikota — The Grand Canyon of India. While you can check out Belum Caves and Ahobilam Temple in Gandikota, we recommend checking out Banaganapalli Fort (Tipu Sultan's summer palace) which falls on your way to Gandikota.

A drive to Warangal is almost like stepping into the territory of an olde worlde charm. On your way, you'll encounter Bhongir Fort, Yadagirigutta, and finally, reach Warangal which was established in 1163. If you’re someone who loves to explore dilapidated ruins, forts, and temples with intriguing art, Warangal must top your list. We recommend you hit the highway (NH163 and Google Maps has all the deets) from Hyderabad by the sunrise hour because watching the sun engulf the sky in its orange glory with forts and hillocks in the background is something you shouldn’t miss. But always go a little beyond Warangal on the national highway only to check out Pakhal Lake, Bhadrakali Kali, Ursu Gutta — a tiny village. These are full of green farms too. 

You can plan a day-trip to Narsapur Forest as it's located just 50km away from Hyderabad. The drive to Narsapur is a lot of fun as you'll spot peacocks, monkeys, and rabbits on your way. The jungle forms a canopy over your head, and when you finally reach the forest, we recommend exploring it as the well-defined paths in the jungle lead you to a rather secluded lake. The sunsets are beautiful at the lake, and you can chill with your friends by sitting on the rocks. Be sure to return before the darkness sets, though. 

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