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- The double-decker living root bridge is huge and truly amazing. The roots are thick enough to hold people’s weight and allow them to cross. Their exact origin is not known but is believed to be centuries old.
There is a small pool nearby where you can rest and admire the root bridge. Besides the root bridge, there is a small shop where they sell Maggi noodles, coffee, and snacks.
The trek difficulty level is moderate. So be prepared mentally. We visited on December 2021.Written 10 July 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- During my visit to Nohkalikai Falls in Cherrapunji, I was left awe-inspired by the sheer magnificence of nature's creation.
As I stood at the edge of the cliff, a torrential cascade of water plummeted down from a height of over 1,100 feet, creating a mesmerizing sight. The crystal-clear water, tinted with shades of emerald, formed a pool at the base, surrounded by lush greenery.
The thunderous sound of the waterfall echoed through the valley, leaving me humbled by its power. It was a surreal experience.Written 27 June 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A absolute feast to the eyes! The waterfall is must see / visit when in Meghalaya. It had three levels of waterfall and against the forest canopy it just is absolutely wow!! It is a 15 min climb down towards the waterfall and one needs to be careful with the steps and rocks. Pls do borrow a bamboo stick which is available at the entrance- it will be of great use when climbing back up.Written 23 April 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The caves are on top of the mountain and there are 2 paths to reach there. We took the better and easier path and the views were excellent. This cave, unlike the Mawsmai caves we visited earlier were walk-through caves with no crawling etc needed. One most important tip inorder to explore the deep, dark but exciting parts of the caves is to hire a guide. Our guide Mark was young and extremely knowledgeable. With his torch, he guided us through the unlit parts of the caves and showed us fossils and limestone stalactites and stalagmites. It was an experience of a lifetime! Must visit for genuine enthusiasts, explorers and curious minds.Written 22 February 2023
- An experience that should not be missed. One of the a must visit place in Cherrapunji. Although the track was wet due to rain but it is worth.Written 11 June 2023
- It's the first nice view point enroute Sohra. Nestled amidst thick forests, the place also offers zipline activity. There are few mediocre eating joints as well. Better to avoid those and just move on after a brief halt for the viewWritten 11 June 2023
- Away from the hullabaloo of Sohra tourists, the fall with its many layers is beautiful and picturesque. The road leading there, needed some repair but view Enroute is good too. If you have spare time, then certainly a must visit.Written 13 July 2023
- My first caving experience but certainly this one seems to give you most of everything you can expect in a cave. The cave is very clean and you would need a guide who will give you gear and take you through the entire cave safely. There is a company in the village who will provide you with a guide and gear. The cave is extremely clean and there aren't any bats or creepy creatures. Infact the girls in our group were quite skeptical but they too had a great time. So its a must do thing if you are interested in adventure. It's fairly easy around 4km with a small patch of squeezing and crawling (although some people might not be able to get through). You can check with the guides for alternate options.
Important: Guide is compulsory to do this cave and admission without a guide and basic gear is prohibited.Written 22 February 2023
- We visited Daithlen falls in the morning and the road leading up to the falls is in very poor condition for 7 kms. However the falls were very good with the unique experience of seeing the waterfalls origin very close from where it was falling down. We also sat there with our feet dipped the cold waters of the falls that was going down. It is a must visit attraction for the chance to see a waterfall so close and without having to walk more than 10-15 steps from the parking. It can be enjoyed by folks of all ages.Written 29 September 2022
- After a week at Shillong we shifted to Cherapunji for another week to get the feel of the rains and integrate with Nature..and yes, we were not disappointed..Sa-i-Mika is located and designed to give us that feel, with huts spaced out and a commanding view of the Valley on one side and that of the River on the other..the meals are delicious and the staff most welcoming and friendly..I would recommend a few days stay if you wish to float in the clouds.. Thank you Sa-i-mikaWritten 22 June 2023
- This is a must do, once in a life experience. If you've decided to do it in one single day alongwith the Double Decker Living Root Bridges then Brace yourself for some endurance test. Nevertheless it's a beautiful experience!Written 23 May 2022
- 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
- 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 EastWritten 12 March 2022
- This was one of the first few ocations we visited for our day tour in Sohra. the waterfall is quite interesting. Our driver took us till the actual entrance of the flls and we had to pick and choose whether to go right or left. unfortunately we took the wrong path and couldn't reach the tail of the waterfall. But whatever steps we took, it was magical to look at. I have a detailed video on youtube channel "Khushi NotOnlyMakeup" check out the Playlist - Meghalaya with Khushi.Written 18 July 2019
- We saw these falls from the Umstew view point which is just a bit further down the road from its entrance. The viewpoint has an entry charge of ₹20 per head but you can see the falls very closely from here. In fact we could see three different falls from the point. Also this was a better way to see the falls rather than trekking through a lot of steps at the entry of the falls.Written 28 September 2022
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