please do not undertake this trek unless you are comfortable walking close to 3000 steps. Its a long walk down and an equally longer walk up, taking almost double the time to climb up.
now that the statutory warning has been given, let me tell you what you can expect in this trek:
1.butterflies circling you as you climb up/down
2. lots of spider webs and really large spiders
3. bird calls
4.khasi villages hidden away
5. of course the living root bridges
6 quaint stream
there are 2 root bridges, in this trek to nongriat village, once you climb down the initial steps you will get to a notification stating single root bridge, please take that as the first destination, it is totally worth it as you can marvel at this natural /manmade creation and also spend time relaxing in the stream flowing beneath
post the single root bridge , commence your walk down to the double root bridges ,to the village of nongriat, you will pass 2 manmade hanging bridges in the way, the walk is well worth it, since the double root bridges are actually something to behold . There are couple of eating joints nearby in the village as well as stay options, should you choose to avail of them.
it is a one day affair if you want to take it slow and return back to sohora post that. carry drinking water and some chocolates as the case is in every trek.
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