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I accompanied a group of French tourists to this place that I knew before, I had climbed after a rendonnee in royal enfeld. I remember having trouble climbing all the steps up to 270 meters at the top.And I wanted to prove to myself that...More
This place is amazing. Known to locals , it was built in 1300 AD and improved upon until 1700AD. It had survived many storms and wars and now proves to be simply amazing to behold. The area is full of hills with boulders. It is...More
I visited Gingee fort with my friends in September 2018. I was very impressed by its beauty. It is very best suitable for people who loved trekking. It takes about 3-4 hours minimum for visit only fort. There are many scenamatic view point at each...More
Treat for trekers! Nice architecture! Takes 3 hours to climb Rajagiri! Rest we did not visit. Lot of monkeys around. Please carry your water bottles and snacks. Start climbing early morning sothat you can return by the noon when it gets really hot. Enough parking...More
This is a sprawling fort spread between three hills - Krishnagiri, Chandragiri and Rajagiri. Krishnagiri has the most to see with a mosque and two temples up in the hill. Rajagiri is the highest and thus the toughest to climb. Both of these have grannaries...More
Locally known as Rani Kottai is excellent monument to visit and needs a day of time to see it fully. Very good for photography (& Videography). But painstaking to reach the top. Once you reach, there is enough to enjoy. Locals say (& There is...More
There are 2 fort complexes. While coming from Puducherry towards Thiruvannamalai, the Queens fort (smaller one) comes on the right and the bit further on a small left deviation comes the Raja fort (Rajagiri), which is bigger one and the complex housing the 7 storied...More
This fort is related to many kings, many wars!
This fort fought against many enemies before and withstand against them!
Measure part of this fort is still stand unlike most of others!
Great place for tracking, not much hard to climb. (Though when you look...More
visited on 15.12.17. we climbed krishna giri first. it took 90 + 30 min to ascend and descend. rajagiri jus took 45+20 min. third one we did nt climb. may be someother day. plan for food and water . frankly no eatables allowed without stick,...More
From Salem , the distance is about 220 kms, roughly 3hrs 30 minutes. If you are engagig a hired vehicle ,the driver should knowing the rouute. If you are driving your own vehicle, you may get the route map from the... More
From Salem , the distance is about 220 kms, roughly 3hrs 30 minutes. If you are engagig a hired vehicle ,the driver should knowing the rouute. If you are driving your own vehicle, you may get the route map from the relevant site on the internet and follow the instructions.