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Double Decker Living Root Bridge

Nongriat Village, Cherrapunjee, India
+91 98540 05002
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Nongriat Village, Cherrapunjee, India
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+91 98540 05002
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Locals say 3500 stairs down to reach But actually who counts :) But it is very hectic for knees. Be prepared. It is a whole day excursion.Stairs are very well cemented. Very nice way through forest But humid and hot. Water and snacks available in...More

Thank travell0ver222
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Like the saying goes 'A Journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step,' our long trek to the Double Decker Living Root Bridge in Nongriat village commenced from Tyrna village. The Root Bridge which is 250 years old is in a remote village...More

Thank Sree H
Reviewed 1 week ago

The trek can easily be completed in a day. The path is scenic with plenty of curious butterflies and insects to inspect and the tiny village is as rewarding as the double decker bridge.

Thank JasmineP12345
Reviewed 1 week ago

This double Decker Living Root Bridge is one of the best tourist attraction in Mehgalaya. The view of the spot also nice and the people can enjoy a real beauty of that particular village.

Thank Samudra Bikash H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This trekking is sure meant for teenagers if you don't consider talking a specific tourist route. Provides excellent numerous living root bridges that can question you the extraordinary man made bridges. Tips- care change of cloths because because you can be tempted to dive in...More

Thank Donbok W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is one of rare wonders of Nature with little bit of contribution of Men. It is actually roots of Tree which are intertwined into a complex maize of strong rope that it can support upto 50 people simultaneously. A must visit and see place,...More

Thank Sudhir K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The trek to the double root bridges was in my bucket list since i was a teen. The experience was amazing. I started descent at 7 am, which gave me the whole place to myself that early in the morning and I had an amazing...More

Thank Anamika J
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We heard of this place and was the top destination among our trip. While going, it was easy through the stairs but while returning it was very painful. Only physically fit and athletes should go.

Thank Randhir110033
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

To reach the double decker bridge there are approx between 3000-3500 steps, which is to be climbed down, which is tiresome to the knees. The trek starts from a base village called Tyrna. Tryna village has one home stay and the last village also has...More

Thank Garima A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Not to be missed but to be seen and experience its presence.A gift from tress that is priceless and to be cherished.

Thank manukum s
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AngelBiswas
19 July 2017|
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Response from Scheeba | Reviewed this property |
For senior citizens, it depends on their fitness level, the trek can be extremely tiring and will take close to at least 2 hrs one way. While the trek to the falls is relatively easier as it is mostly downhill, the climb... More
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sumati b
17 July 2017|
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Response from IJeh11 | Reviewed this property |
it is a full day excursion. coz while it will takes 7-8 hrs (to n fro) you will have little or no energy to do anything else. yes there are little home stays around n you can take a guide and camp on the wilderness too.
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malathi k
14 July 2017|
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Response from Nisu52 | Reviewed this property |
we stayed at cherrapunjee holiday resort ... within 30-40 mins we reached at the trek's starting point which is Tyrna village. we came back same day ... However if u specifically want to stay at the Nogriat village in the... More
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