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Trek to Nongriat Village- Home to stunning waterfalls, pools and the famed double-decker living root bridge

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The practice of making a living root bridge is one of the finest examples of selfless and sustainable thinking. This can be said from the fact that the people who start building these bridges across the streams and rivers never get to actually use the bridge in their lifetime owing to the time it takes for the roots to form into a bridge strong enough to be walked on. These bridges are made from the roots of the rubber tree and the double-decker bridge found in Nongriat is a sight that should not be missed when in the region. However, there are no motorable roads leading to the destination and the hike to this village is no easy one. Tread past over three thousand stairs as you make your way to this magical village hidden amidst the lush green jungles of Sohra. Once there, stay at a local homestay for two night as you immerse yourself in the offerings of the forest. Once you are done exploring the natural pools and waterfalls of Nongriat with our local expert, we guarantee that you will hold this village very close to your heart for years to come.
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