#Waterfall in Cherrapunji
The highest waterfall in Meghalaya, it cascades down in three stages from the top of the hill and overlooks the Thangkharang Park. It is the 7th highest waterfalls in India.
Monsoon is the best time to visit the place that is from june-july.
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Double Decker Living Root Bridge
Double Decker Living Root Bridge, a root bridge, is located in Tyrna village. Made using Indian Rubber Tree, also known as Ficus Elastica, this bridge is one of the popular attractions of the place. In addition, it is also considered as one of the unique examples of bioengineering.
Nohkalikai Falls is the tallest plunge waterfall in India. Its height is 1115 feet. The waterfall is located near Cherrapunji, one of the wettest places on Earth.
Seven Sisters Waterfalls
Seven Sisters Waterfalls (also known as the Nohsngithiang Falls or Mawsmai Falls) is 1 km south of Mawsmai village and derives its name due to the fact that the waterfalls are situated in a south westerly position and get illuminated by the sun from dawn to sunset. The vibrant colours of the setting sun on the waterfalls make it beautiful to behold.
Krem Mawmluh Cave, located at a distance of around half a kilometre to west of Cherrapunji, is one of the prominent tourist attractions of the destination. In the entire Indian sub-continent this cave is considered as a fourth longest cave with a height of 4,503 m. The entry to this cave is located at a height of 10 ft above sea level. In addition, there is a pool inside the cave, which is formed as a result of five different rivers finding their way inside the cave.
Just before reaching Sohra, a road to the right, leads one to the falls which is 5 kms away. The waterfall derives its name from a Thlen or a snake of gigantic size which dwelt in a cave. Legend has it that the people destroyed the snake in order to rid themselves of its reign of terror. Adjacent to the very spot where the Thlen was slaughtered lies the Dain-thlen Waterfalls. Natural rock carvings of the episode draw visitors to see the image of the Thlen, the symbol of greed, corruption and evil.
The highest waterfall in Meghalaya, it cascades down in three stages from the top of the hill and overlooks the Thangkharang Park. It is the 7th highest waterfalls in India. Monsoon is the best time to visit the place that is from june-july.
Mawkdok Dympep Valley View
This is a wonderful midway valley from Shillong to Cherapunji. Heavens fall here. Beautiful untouched by commercialisation and we feel as if we are in the lap of mother nature.The vast, green and deep valley will leave you amazed. You should climb down the stairs to experience its beauty. Zip lining activity is another attraction of this places. The forest department has made a view-point at this valley from where tourists can enjoy and appreciate the natural beauty of the valley.
Eco Park, Cherrapunji
It is a very good park with lots of greenery around. You can see the Bangladesh plains from one side of the park. The park is a good place for children and adults to come for a picnic. The Eco Park has been designed by the Meghalaya government to facilitate tourist to enjoy the ‘Green Canyons” of Sohra as well as the waterfalls that lie around it. There is a stream inside the park and one has to cross a bridge to get near the edge of the canyon.
This place attracts a lot of tourists throughout the year. Its called Khoh Ramhah by the locals which means ‘basket of the giant’. It is believed the ancestors of the locals in Cherrapunjee that the stone which resembles a basket was carried by a giant. Some legends even say that its a basket with spirit of an evil. The waterfalls besides the rocks with the combination of adjacent scene of plains of Bangladesh is worth experiencing. It is an ideal spot for picnic.