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Soumen Bhowmick

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1 reviewPosted 2 years ago
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Splendid Nongriat-World's longest living root bridge

Nongriat is a small hilly village near Sohra (Cherrapunjee). The 5 kilometres trek to Nongriat starts from Tyrna Village near Sohra. The trek, for most person should take about 2 hours, but for the unlimited photogenic and captivating sights enroute the trek can extend by a couple more hours. The first 3. 5-4 kms is a steep descent on narrow to very narrow concrete stair steps and the rest is steep uphill. While returning it reverses. On the way there comes 3 suspension bridges, crossing which can give you the thrill of your live. All the water bodies under the bridges are turquoise blue, and so clean and transparent are the waters that every details of underwater world can be seen. The trail is also a heaven for butterfly lovers and photographers. A few kilometres before reaching Nongriat, there is a diversion of about some 500 metres which leads to Rittymmen, where the longest living root bridge of the world is situated. The setting of the bridge and the ambience around makes for an awesome view. About a kilometre before reaching Nongriat, just by the end of the third suspension bridge there is a little shop serving tea, soft drinks and snacks. The shop also offers a beautiful set up in midst of nature's grandeur. One can spend a peaceful few minutes here in the shop. From here the rest of the path is uphill climb.

In Nongriat, there is the world's only double decker living root bridge. Just below the bridge is a natural swimming pool. Diving in the blue waters one forgets all the hardship of the trek to reach here. Crossing the bridge and by walking to the other side of the bridge one reaches a beautiful garden in midst of the forest with butterflies of all shapes, sizes and colours fluttering in all directions. There are a few home stays here for anyone who wants to spend a few days here which is most advisable. The beauty of the whole place is quite unexplainable. We met a few foreign tourist who told us that they liked the place more than any other part of Meghalaya. In fact on our way to Nongriat we met an Australian couple who were returning to Shillong to extend their visa and come back again the next for an additional stay. And coincidently we again meet them next day on our return journey while they were returning to Nongriat again.

We spent one night at Nongriat, had camp fire and an early morning exploring and then trekked back to Tyrna where our car was waiting for us to take to Mawlynnong.

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Saakshi Rajat

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2 reviewsPosted 4 months ago
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Must visit state for many offbeat experiences

Meghalaya undoubtedly appear as an abode of clouds where clouds would host you so well that you will feel one with them. Clouds treat your eyes as far as you can see, touch your soul with loving rains and roar out loud to make their presence felt all the time. It is one such state which has definitely blown me over.
1. Time just flies by the side of Umiam Lake.
2. You can't resist yourself from indulging in such touristy Boating.
3. Adventure on your mind?.. Zip lining for you.
4. Decelerate your car and appreciate brilliant highways & far fetched grasslands.
5. Skip Dawki and spend a night camping on the banks of Umngot river in Shnong Pdeng.
6. Soothe your eyes and soul with crystal clear emerald waters of Umngot river.
7. Dainthlen waterfall has intriguing history and definitely are not just another falls. See it to believe it!
8. Witness the most beautiful sunrise and indulge in landscape photography.
9. The experience at Double decker living root bridge is worth the steps you take to reach here. A must do on your itinerary!

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  • Must visit state for many offbeat experiences
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