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This review is gonna be long .. but if you are going there. you must read everything carefully
serene homestay is the closest to double decker living root bridge. (2-3 mins walk) the village is called Nongriat
it is basically a family of couple plus...More
It's ok for 1 night staying. It's a noisy place because of the thin walls and playing children, but children are cute and funny so it was not irritating. The amenities are very basic in the room so I was glad that I had taken...More
My husband and I decided on an 11 day trip to Meghalaya this August with the 2 and 3rd night in Nongriat. Most people do the root bridges as a day trek but I sincerely suggest atleast a night in this beautiful village. The air...More
First of all, get this straight. If you are planning to visit the Double Decker root bridge at Nongriat (Reaching there and back requires a total of 3-4 hours of arduous trek) and wish to stay the night near the bridge, in a hilly village...More
Kids constantly crying and tv blaring from 7am till 10pm. Owner does nothing to try to keep them quiet at 7am do you can sleep. Next to waterfall so noisy rageing water constantly heard.
Rains most of time (in June) so very loud on tin...More
I think healthy 8-year-olds could do this. Certainly there are lots of kids who live down in the valley but they are especially amazing hikers. Do a Google search of "Tyrna steps" and view the images to get an idea of the... More
I think healthy 8-year-olds could do this. Certainly there are lots of kids who live down in the valley but they are especially amazing hikers. Do a Google search of "Tyrna steps" and view the images to get an idea of the difficulty. The first half of the main steps down are evenly-spaced cement, and the lower part is uneven stone steps. The Tyrna side of the valley, where you normally approach, is not "too" steep. There are hikes on the North side of the valley that are REALLY steep (70° angle!).
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"carry as less luggage as possible.. leave your bags in Cherrapunji."