Places to visit in Sohra

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Places to Visit in Sohra

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  • Anand S
    Pudukuppam, India22 contributions
    One of its kind. No words to express the beauty of nature.
    It is indeed an extreme trek, but you wouldn’t mind the effort when you reach there. A natural swimming pool and very clear water. You can spend 1-2 hours easily in the water.
    Don’t make the mistake of just coming all the way to just see the bridge and take some photos. Prepare to get in and enjoy your life to the fullest. Bring in extra clothing to change. Rooms are available to do so.
    We took 1.5 hrs onwards (single root and double root) and 2 hrs coming back. Refreshments available throughout the treat. Limited solid food options and none for vegetarians. But you get water and juices throughout.
    Never miss this
    Written 30 April 2022
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  • Ananth
    15 contributions
    The view is from afar. The falls are excellent, the mountain drops are worth photographing, but we had gone in summer, so the the volume was less. But worth a visit.
    Written 29 April 2022
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  • Satish P
    Thane, India1,105 contributions
    Caves with naturally developed staleglits and stalegmites over thousands of years.

    The road to the caves is quite scenic and enjoyable.

    The caves are enjoyable too. However we had seen such caves in China and NZ; they were far superior in comparison.

    When in North East, the visit you these caves is definitely recommend
    Written 11 May 2022
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  • Vaishali Limaye
    Pune, India149 contributions
    Imagine seeing the fish & shell fossils from millions of years ago! Yet again it was raining when we visited the caves but with help of our guide Wesh we ventured in and he took us through the narrowest paths of the caves and showed us some amazing rock formations inside. The highlight of course are the fossils from ages ago and imaging this all place to be sea with fishes is thrilling. Not recommended for seniors with the slippery ups and downs. But defi a treat for the kids who like adventure. Yet another highlight of these caves are the very path to the caves. The walk through the forest was so refreshing. You can see a huge waterfall next to the caves. We were thankful to the rains for treating us to these magnificent waterfalls everywhere. A must visit to these caves pls if in Sohra!
    Written 2 May 2022
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  • Arup D
    Gurgaon31 contributions
    Rainbow falls is truly majestic, specially needs a bit of luck to actually see the rainbow. To experience this nature’s wonderful creation, you have to trek nearly 6 kms one way. Wait! its just the distance I mentioned. The terrain is difficult 3500 steps + over 1.5 hour more to reach. But its worth it when you hear the roaring music of this imposing beauty. Carry lots of water/ fluids. Workout for a couple of weeks before you attempt this. Also start as early as possible. If you wanna see the rainbow (on a clear day), try to reach here before noon. Also, don’t forget to rent walking sticks for just Rs.20. Its super helpful. Take a dip in the clean blue water and spend a lot of time witnessing this mesmerising beauty.
    Written 22 October 2021
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  • Vaishali Limaye
    Pune, India149 contributions
    A beautiful view of the valley enroute to Shillong. Small shacks make up for your quick snack enroute. Had no time (guts :) for zip lining so skipped and spent some time just watching the grandeur of the valley.
    Written 2 May 2022
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  • Capt Wendyll Pereira
    12399805203 contributions
    Nice place but must do this during the monsoons. We saw the falls but with just a little water because it had rained few days before. The general view is good.
    Written 12 April 2022
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  • Satish P
    Thane, India1,105 contributions
    We could take our vehicle very near to the fall and then could reach origi of the falls within about five minutes of walk. Lush green ambience all around. We could experience the waterfall going into the beautiful deep and green valley. Quite a pleasing experience.
    Written 16 May 2022
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  • Rohan Sirsi
    Pune District, India162 contributions
    We did 4.5 hours caving activity here. The PPEs were given and we safely trekked inside this big cave. This cave is really rich in minerals and a lot calcium based minerals were there.
    Written 28 June 2020
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  • Satish P
    Thane, India1,105 contributions
    To visit this waterfall we need to climb down and also climb down the Bamboo stairs. It's quite an enjoyable experience in itself.

    Once we go down after this straneous trek, what we get to experience is definitely worth all the effort. It's a three step waterfall with crystal clear water. Green ambience all around! Nice spot for photography.
    Written 7 May 2022
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  • Sharmi786
    Bengaluru, India158 contributions
    It has a view point and filled with shops at the entry point. nothing much to do here. Still it was too crowded.
    Written 7 March 2022
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  • Morten R
    Oslo, Norway183 contributions
    Meghalaya has so many waterfalls – large and small – I lost count during my visit. For every famous and named waterfall there must be at least 10 smaller ones only the locals have named. Being a very wet state, meaning low clouds washing over the landscape much of the year, it is not at all certain you will see the entire waterfall. You might see one, but the next one might be lost in the clouds. Weather changes quickly here, and is very localized, but this one I enjoyed in its entirety and even without a drop of rain.

    This waterfall has beautiful features and is facing Bangladesh and I had an amazing view of the Bangladesh plains, as the clouds were high and few during my visit

    Getting a photograph of the entire waterfall is not possible from where the road crosses the river as it is simply too close, so you will look straight up and get a lot of bright sky in the image, but it is a great spot to have a close encounter with the water. The more adventurous will likely want to climb up the sheer cliff to read the pool further up, but I did not try this. My best vantage point is from the road further up where this image is taken.

    Furthermore this was visited by very few compared to the best known waterfalls, which in my view made it a much more serene experience.
    Written 30 August 2019
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  • Pradeep Rai
    Howrah, India22 contributions
    Good place to go,i feel this place is like a tample.it gives good vibes because that big stone is look like a Shivling + there is a waterfall + viewpoint.
    Lovely place ❤️

    Love North East
    Written 12 March 2022
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  • R Goel
    Pune, India468 contributions
    It's a mid-sized (diameter under half a km) garden, well maintained and clean. It has a lot if greenery with many tall trees and flowering plants, large butterflies fluttering around, a couple of attractive green houses worth seeing and a view of Bangladesh plains below from the garden's edge.

    Helps those not having the fitness to do the double decker root bridge trek have the satisfaction of having seen another 'point'. 😅
    Written 8 November 2019
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  • Clive Drew
    26 contributions
    I stayed at Sai-I-Mika Park in December 2019 for two nights. It's a great place to stay and to discover nearby Sohra and sights such as the NohKaliKai Falls. We did several treks using Sai-I-Mika as a base as it was very conveniently located. The cabins and cottages are each individually-style and very comfortably-equipped. We also saw some entertaining live music on Saturday night from two local musicians. Highly recommended!
    Written 7 January 2020
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