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Nohkalikai Falls

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Nohkalikai Falls

580 Reviews
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Assam is famous for its wildlife, archaeological sites and tea plantations. Great rivers, cultures, wildlife makes the place in must visit list. Land of festival makes truly amazing.<br><br>Shillong is one of the most popular Hill Station known as Scotland of east. Land of waterfalls,hills,lakes and caves. Cherrapunjee known to be one of the wettest place on earth.<br><br>Come and take a trip to the beautiful Northeast. Ours tours let you experience the best of the region in most comfortable way.
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Kunal_Bhowmick wrote a review Oct 2020
Kolkata, India781 contributions207 helpful votes
One of the largest waterfall in Cherrapunji region...however, it can be best viewed during monsoon season...as it is a natural spring...
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Asnuva Tanvin wrote a review Sep 2020
Dhaka City, Bangladesh5 contributions1 helpful vote
This fall is located in Cherapunji. This is one of the main tourist attractions of Cherapunji. There are several falls in that mountain but there is one among them which is the largest and most noticeable. The problem with this place is that it is usually covered with the famous clouds of Cherapunji so you might not get to see it whenever you visit. But if have time and wait for maybe 3/4 hours and you are fortunate enough then the clouds might be driven away by the wind and you will get to see this spectacular beauty. There is a legend about this fall written on a board at the spot. Do give it a read if you are interested in legends.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Sgrg069 wrote a review Aug 2020
Gangtok, India133 contributions2 helpful votes
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The falls makes a free leap from the well forested drainage into a rocky base with a blue pool and with an approx. height of about 1100 feets is something quite tall i must say and i guess its one of the tallest falls in entire India.This is the Nohkalikai falls in the East Khasi Hills in Meghalaya. Sad to know the origin of the name of the falls which is mentioned in a hoarding right near the view point is something which gave us an emotional feelings and sympathy towards the lady named Ka-Likai who jumped off the cliff in distraught and grief of her murdered daughter by her own husband (This is the story written in the hoarding) But alas, we were to enjoy the beauty of nature too and thus we did so by spending good 3 hrs exploring the site...though we didn't took the stairs leading downwards towards the lower part of the falls, the upper deck of the region was in itself beautiful enough to give us a memories of the place which we would cherish lifelong.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Rohan Sirsi wrote a review Jun 2020
Pune District, India149 contributions49 helpful votes
Visiting this place is really a dream for all trekkers. The road to this waterfalls from Sohra is well connected. People do trekking from this waterfall to Rainbow falls.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Arun K wrote a review Apr 2020
Nagpur District, India2,863 contributions183 helpful votes
Nohkalikai Waterfalls is around 5 km from Sohra City and is the fourth highest waterfall in the world. The snow like foam created by water falling from a height of around 1,100 ft is a great attraction of Sohra. The drive to Nohkalikai Falls is through an elevated table-land that leads to small hill and then you have to hike a short distance to a viewpoint from where you can have the enchanting views of the beautiful Nohkalikai waterfall plunging down into an ultramarine pool….. many hundred feet below. The ideal time to visit Nohkalikai is during the monsoon, when the falls are at its most spectacular. A viewing gallery is constructed for visitor to savour the beauty of the place. There are stairs, which take tourist down to various other viewing points, but trekking is bit strenuous.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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