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Double Decker Living Root Bridge

Nongriat Village, Cherrapunjee, India
+91 9819235749
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Nongriat Village, Cherrapunjee, India
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+91 9819235749
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Reviewed 1 week ago

It is said to be one of its kind in world. It has two root bridges over one another and provides a different feeling once you trek down the entire 2 hrs trek. It has 3640 steep stairs on one side. Offers lot of picturesque...More

2  Thank anshul a
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Its one of those treks that one should definitely do. The route is well built with concrete steps. Its a beautiful trek with some adventurous bridge crossings. The root bridges are wondrous. The surroundings are a perfect place to feel close to nature. The trek...More

1  Thank Faheem H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A long pending trip happened at last and I am happy that one item ticked off my bucket list. The Journey from Cherrapunjee to Tyrna (base of Trek) took about 40 minutes as the roads are narrow and there was too much fog. We hired...More

1  Thank Niha85
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Must visit place for people visiting Cherrapunji. Take breath out of you going down 3500+ steps but worth the effort.

1  Thank Kishorekumarv
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Double decker living root bridge is one of the must visit places in Cherrapunjee. Humans intermingled with Nature to build this beauty. Little physical fitness is a must since one needs to climb up and down nearly 3500 steps to visit this marvel. I advice...More

1  Thank Viji M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

As the name suggests the bridge is a marvel on nature as well as man's ingenuity.One has to climb up one thousand steps and then go down all the way on slippery and uneven path.The approach is really very dicy and a challenge even for...More

Thank sudershan s
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Worth the journey and effort. After long day of climbing up and down the stairs with continous rainfall accompanying us - when reached the double decker bridge every physicsl pain forgotten. We are not the group of best fit people and saw lot of fit...More

1  Thank Rinza123
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Once in a life visit.Memorable human made masterpiece with help of nature. Although your should be ready to do a good amount of walking down & upwards. I visited during monsoon so better don wear jeans & wear clothes which dont absorb water. made the...More

Thank Manish T
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We visited double decker living root bridge at Nongriat village with our 8 year old son... Believe me, downhill and uphill stairs (3500 + each way) is really tough for average person, but believe its worth. Scenery, suspension bridges, river, greenery on the way is...More

1  Thank ChiragBhanvadia
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

After driving our rented car for almost an hour (from Cherrapunjee) through heavy rain and dense fog, we reached a place called Tyrna. Apparently this is the starting point for the much awaited trek to the double decker root bridge. There were couple of local...More

2  Thank Avik D
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Shilpi S
14 August 2017|
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Response from Sudhir K | Reviewed this property |
Well most of the people have answered more or less all the query, if you are normal tourist and intend to cover most of the places in given time it is better to cover this on your own and enjoy what nature has provided... More
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Ankita C
8 August 2017|
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Response from mittul_parikh | Reviewed this property |
8014312508 Jack. you can take my reference. ul get to see some least explored places out there.
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Moon P
4 August 2017|
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Response from Nishant S | Reviewed this property |
1500 in a maruti 800 or alto if you reserve one, otherwise in sumo Rs 70 per seat and in alto Rs 110 per seat
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