Kerameri Ghats, Kerameri mandal in Kumuram Bheem Asifabad District

Kerameri Ghats, Kerameri Mandal in Kumuram Bheem Asifabad District: The Utnoor-Asifabad route is one of the oldest in the district. It goes through the tribal heartland on the 6 km long Kerameri ghat road near Kerameri Mandal, which includes the Kerameri ghats. From the famous Kerameri ghat road, you can see the changing colours of the Kerameri hills in a way that will take your breath away. As the view goes up, the dark green of the fields gives way to the bright yellow of the leaves drying out. The blue-dominated mountain range at the top of the picture makes the whole thing look magical. As you go down the ghat road, you get closer to the groups of trees whose leaves change colour.

Kerameri Ghats

Kerameri Ghats

During the monsoon, the vegetation grows back, especially along the edges of this one-lane road. The plants make it hard to see far ahead at almost all of the turns on the 6-kilometer-long road that starts at Busimetta camp and ends near Keslaguda in Kerameri mandal. Because the valley is so beautiful, the top three bends can be dangerous. No driver can afford to lose focus because that could cause a crash with a car coming the other way. Drivers need to be aware that wild lantana or pulikampa grows close to the edge of the road on both sides of this section, making it hard to see. Some of the danger can be removed by removing these shrubs. Be more careful on the one-kilometer stretch at the end of the ghats; that is the lowest point. This part has three “S” curves, then two “U” curves, two “S” curves, and two more “U” curves.

How to Reach Kerameri Ghats

By Air:
Hyderabad and Nagpur airports are closest.
By Road:
There are several buses from Hyderabad MGBS to Asifabad. We can get here in 40 minutes from Asifabad.
 
By Train:
From Secunderabad to Nagpur, trains go a long way. Asifabad Road-ASAF and Sirpur Kaghaznagar-SKZR are the main stations you can get here.

Kerameri Ghats in Kumuram Bheem Asifabad District