Lambasingi

Lambasingi to be a tourist hot spot

Lambasingi, which in recent years is attracting tourists after reports about its sub-zero temperature and virgin eco-system, will soon find a place in world tourism map.There are few more refreshing Andhra moments than boarding a bus in the heat-soaked plains and disembarking in the sharp pinch of a Lambasingi night or morning. This misty hill station, located at an altitude of 1025 meters above sea level in the Chintapalli region of Arakku Valley, has experienced winter snowfall in the past. That’s right. Temperature does not go below 0° C every year, but when it does, Lambasingi sometimes gets an all-white snowy cover!

Best time to visit lambasingi in between November to February

Kashmir of South India



As already established, the village experiences below 0°C temperature and chilly winds in winter, with a spell of snow sometimes. And not just in winters, but throughout the year, the temperatures stay below 10°C. Interestingly, all places just 2 kms away from Lambasingi have temperatures as normal as a typical place in Southern India is supposed to have.



The hills and valleys also provide opportunities for adventure activities at and near Lambasingi. A lot many people come here to engage in adventure activities and go for hiking, trekking, & camping on remote hills.

Trekking On Remote Hills

Kothapally Waterfalls



As already established, the village experiences below 0°C temperature and chilly winds in winter, with a spell of snow sometimes. And not just in winters, but throughout the year, the temperatures stay below 10°C. Interestingly, all places just 2 kms away from Lambasingi have temperatures as normal as a typical place in Southern India is supposed to have.



This solitary, undisturbed, and scarcely populated hamlet should be on the list of must visit places for all couples, owing to all these attributes. But what adds to the romantic appeal of this place is the blanket of mist that envelops it at all times. How best to enjoy a perfect date with your better half than take a walk down the Ghat Road….while the fog ensures absolute privacy for all your cuddly moments!

Ghat Road

Coffee and Pepper Plantations



The major source of income here is the coffee and pepper that villagers grow, which is exported to US as well as many European nations. The vast expanse across which these plantations are spread is a sight too pretty to miss.



The main occupation of the residents of Lambasingi is coffee and pepper farming. In winter, the verdant orchards around the tiny hamlet are peppered with an enchanting sprinkling of wildflowers and laced with silvery clouds. An evening stroll through the winding trails of these cloud-kissed plantations is as romantic as it gets.

Cloud Kissed Gardens

Wake Up to Misty Mornings



In Lambasingi, not just in winters but throughout the year, the temperatures stay below 10°C. As a result, the tiny village is almost always blanketed in an ethereal white mist that swirls and moves with the wind. In winters, the sun can only be seen after 10 am! Interestingly, places just 4-5 kms away from Lambasingi have temperatures that are typical of a normal south Indian winter.



From recreational rock climbing and rappelling to trekking and overnight camping, there are a horde of activities for those craving more adventure. Lambasingi also offers much for those who enjoy more leisurely pursuits. Observe the beautiful vagaries of nature, let the birds serenade you, and savour the refreshingly cool breeze as you soak in the charm of this tiny mountain hamlet.

Adventures

Bike Ride on Misty Roads



The misty weather of Lambasingi sets a ideal place for bike riding in the morning. Roads surrounded by the trees and lush greenery, and you just riding your biking with the headlights clearing out the fog on the roads is an unparalleled experience.It is advised to start your ride early in the morning to feel morning chill.



On the way to Lambasingi, you will see this small and beautiful garden of yellow black eyes susan flowers. The garden is open to explore and you can spend sometime right before the sunset here.The sunset adds to the beauty of this place with a sky filled with colours, the whole scene turns into picture perfect

Black Eyed Susan Garden

How to reach Lambasingi:

The nearest airport is Vishakhapatnam Airport, 107 km from Lambasingi. State and private buses and taxis can be availed to reach Lambasingi from Vizag. It is well-connected via NH 5. The nearest railway station is Chintapalle, which is situated 19 km from Lambasingi.

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