Bhushavali's Travel Experience - part2

Bhushavali, Travel enthusiast shares more of her experiences  ...


Adventure at Horsley Hills (Chittoor - Andhra Pradesh)

K. Now who is Badhri.? (If u don’t relate to it check out the last post!!!). Badhri is the guide at the Adventure Corner in Horsley Hills. Now what is this Adventure Corner.? Adventure Corner is a place in Horsley Hills that have some adventure games, in simple words - it’s My Gateway. It has 5 paid games and 5 free games (1 of which is disolated, so you could count that as 4) and 4 group activities.

The first one is the Horizontal Ladder which is basically a ladder like thing, tied up horizontally between two trees. The distance between each plank is about a foot and there is a rope atop with a pulley to hold. And know what Badhri does when you’re half the way – Madly shaking the base. I shrieked out only to find that it’s a part and parcel of the game!!!

The second one is the Burma Bridge which a bridge itself with wooden planks as the base. There are 2 ropes on either sides to hold while walking. It’s like a typical rope bridge or hanging bridge is in some mountain regions.

The third one is the Burma Loops which is similar to Burma Bridge except for the base wooden planks. It just has another rope at the base and knots in it that connects to the hand-held ropes to place the foot and walk. This is the longest of them all; guess was about 10 feet long.

The fourth one is Earth Quake. This is like Burma Bridge in which the wooden planks in the base are not connected to each other. So when one leg is taken off to place on the next wooden plank the one behind moves backwards with its own mind and the one next moves forward with its own mind!!! I love this to the core. This was my fav!!!


The fifth one is the Horizontal Rope which is nothing but a rope with a rope at the top with a pulley to hold. Walking has to be done sideways, like a crab. Not very impressive for me!!!

Now each of this is 100 bucks. Then the free ones are there as well.


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