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7 Best Trekking Spots to Cook Maggie atop the Hills and watch the Waterfalls

7 Best Trekking Spots to Cook Maggie atop the Hills and watch the Waterfalls

Go on an adventurous trekking experience to witness the majestic waterfalls atop the hills. Also get a chance to cook soupy hot noodles after a strenuous trek. Check the reviews shared by HolidayIQ travelers. 

1. McLeodganj: For a trek up the Triund

McLeodganj: For a trek up the Triund
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Anbu Mathika shares, “The extraterrestrial Triund; The Triund is one of the best places to opt for if you are a trekker. The beautiful cotton-like clouds and the heavenly view of the mountains with the fresh air to breathe will make you addicted to the perfect atmosphere. As it will keep you fully energized during the trekking and also will not be a problem for rushing to the washroom every now and then. There are Maggi noodles to eat and daal chawal stalls at the summit and they are expensive too. A plate of noodles will cost you 80 rupees and it isn't worth it. So, better manage the food yourself and save money.” Read Full Review

2. Wayanad: To catch sight of Soochipara falls

Wayanad: To catch sight of Soochipara falls
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Tarun Sharma shares, “Soochipara Falls in its full glory. It is paisa vasool trekking down 1.5 Km through the treacherous road to reach the waterfalls. The forest is covered by mist from 3 pm in the evening. It is good to visit in the evenings after you are tired of a whole day sightseeing. It definitely will relax you. The place closes early. So, One must reach here before 4:30 pm....Take an extra pair of clothes, a good camera, a plastic pouch to keep valuables safe from water and good grip footwear.Read Full Review

3. Munnar: For the one and only Attukal waterfalls

Munnar: For the one and only Attukal waterfalls
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Joji Joseph adds, “Water falling from the top of the mountain is a marvelous sight; About 9 kms away from the Munnar town on the way to Pallivasal, we will reach this waterfall which is one of the attractive destination in the area. The main attractiveness of the Attukal Waterfalls is the sight of the water falling from the top of the mountain and apart from that we will enjoy the roaring sound of the waterfalls, the scenic view of the hills around, the greenery and the fresh and cool atmosphere. Those who like adventurous journey can opt for a trekking along the hill slopes of the waterfall.” Read Full Review

4. Gangtok: To view the Chinese valley and cook maggie

Gangtok: To view the Chinese valley and cook maggie
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Gurjot Singh shares, “Mesmerizing views; This place is heaven. White snow blanket covers everything around. View on the Chinese side is amazing. The landscape is totally mesmerizing. Just one army managed food outlet serves hot Maggi noodles and tea. Washroom facility is not up to the mark considering the number of tourists. Must carry some warm jackets even if you go in summers. Also, carry Water Bottle.” Read Full Review

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5. Pahalgam: To view the Betaab Valley

Pahalgam: To view the Betaab Valley
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Vijay Phirke shares, “Awesome and beautiful panoramic views; The valley got its name from the Sunny Deol-Amrita Singh hit debut film Betaab. Nice place with milky white waterfalls for all to enjoy. Surrounded by hills and flow of water makes the place memorable. Betaab Valley is a very popular touristic destination. Betaab Valley is also a favorite campsite for travelers as it also serves as a base camp for trekking and further exploration of the mountains.” Read Full Review

6. Shimla: To swim at Kufri waterfall

Shimla: To swim at Kufri waterfall
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Deepak Jain adds, “Awesome creation by nature; Kufri is a famous place in India. We went last year during our honeymoon. When we were there we saw the snowfall and it was quite awesome. Also, we had horse riding there. I never saw so many horses which I saw in Kufri. We were there almost 4-5 hours. From the Kufri place, there are many other places which we saw through binocular. Also, we had hot Maggi and tea there which gave some energy to us. ” Read Full Review

7. Cherrapunjee: To view clouds hover over Nohkalikai Waterfalls

Cherrapunjee: To view clouds hover over Nohkalikai Waterfalls
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Sunil Chaurasia shares, “A place with plenty of water, cloud hovering around I visited this falls in April. I was here in the monsoon period so water was plenty. The viewpoint is at a long distance from the waterfall, so the water stream seems extremely thin but when viewed through Binoculars, I was simply awestruck. Our guide informed me one can move closer to the waterfall trekking but unfortunately we ran short of time. Nohkalikai Waterfalls is around 5 km from Cherrapunjee and is the fourth highest waterfall in India. Falling from a height of 1, 100 ft, this fall is a great attraction for Cherrapunjee.Read Full Review

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