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Arwah Cave

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Arwah Cave

125 Reviews
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6D/5N Assam & Meghalaya
US$ 533.34 per adult
6-Days Mesmerizing Meghalaya tour
US$ 339.43 per adult
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Sudhir262 wrote a review Mar 2020
Pune, India14 contributions5 helpful votes
The walk to the caves was the highlight for us. I am not much into caves but kudos to Meghalaya for maintaining the caves and the surroundings. Worth a visit. Great views along the way to the Caves.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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gillkusum wrote a review Mar 2020
New Delhi, India17 contributions
These caves are much more easier to go through compared to the Mawsmai caves. The comforting sound of water flowing through the caves has a music of its own. The caves were not crowded when we went.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Tamsin wrote a review Feb 2020
Guwahati, India249 contributions28 helpful votes
The Arwah caves compared to our last visit two years back was disappointing. The caves on a Saturday was full of local & other tourists all entering at one time making the space overcrowded. The crowd wasn’t being regulated. Young local boys walked in drunk screaming & hooting inside, the local tourists were sitting & chewing ‘quai’ and spitting inside the cave! The caves were earlier we’ll maintained. If kept well & the crowd regulated this place is quite a breathtaking experience. The trail to the cave is equally stunning.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Swati D wrote a review Feb 2020
Mumbai, India93 contributions20 helpful votes
It was an awesome trip to Arwah Caves. We almost dropped it as we had visited Masmai Caves. But I am so glad we visited. The place is very well maintained by local authorities. The walk to the caves is very picturesque and must be even more beautiful during the rains. One request to visitors - please respect our national heritages and stop scratching your names on every stone you see. And use the dustbins!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Adv.SiddharthVerma wrote a review Jan 2020
New Delhi, India338 contributions510 helpful votes
It requires some trekking to reach the caves. Very nice experience in the caves. Kids had fun. Had basic (local food) veg lunch at the parking’s restaurant.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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