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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

3 km trek to this place is not easy to go, crossing bridges and climbing steps through forest. Do not miss this place if you are healthy enough to climb 5 stair building at a go. I do not recommend to people with knee problems...More

Thank champaliasnavya
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were a group of four who wanted to see the double decker root bridge. It seemed like just another toruist attraction at first, but then we were faced with a very difficult task to reach the point - we had to climb down almost...More

2  Thank Mohamed F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

while on a holiday it is most likely to turn into a enthusiast or rather an over enthusiast and choose to do something off beat, however this journey is not for you if you are not a seasoned trekker or a regular walker. the bridges...More

1  Thank IJeh11
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A trek to the Double Decker Living Root Bridge is a lifetime experience, its a treacherous trek with almost 4000 steps but the hard work is simply worth it. It's an UNESCO heritage site and I suggest travller who has no issues with trekking should...More

1  Thank dj_kashyap
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Beauty and Only Beauty that lures me to stay except the hard hitting fact of a climb down and up 3000+ steps. One must go there if visit cherapunji.

Thank Manish P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I found the trek to double decker living root bridge more appealing than the destination itself. We had to cross the iron railing bridges which were so beautiful. On the way back, we went to the single decker living root bridge which was amazing as...More

1  Thank Sudharsan S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Absolutely mesmerising .. worth the effort !! We stayed back at a homestay. The Village Homestay. Chally, was awesome. So humble and helpful. I definitely want to visit again.

Thank Vagabond020113
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is being naturally created by roots of many nearby trees. When one walk through this and see the water flowing below that, makes it really adventurous.

Thank Gupta_pankaj74
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Me and my husband both of us are very interested in doing activities...we opted for trekking to double decker bridge..our host at La Kupar Inn has provide us with the map and suggested us to go till rainbow falls...The whole trek was awesome,words are not...More

7  Thank Manasa R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I initially only wanted to visit Long Root Bridge but people kept on telling me to visit this place. And glad I did. There are few homestays that are here and it is really advisable to stay for atleast a day.

Thank Sunil R
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Pari R
How much time does it take to visit the Double decker bridge. I believe it's quite a trek. Some even say we need to dedicate an entire day. How true is this? Can I visit the double decker bridge and also visit two more places on the same day?
21 May 2017|
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Response from Smitha S | Reviewed this property |
hi, it took us 1 hour a group of 20 middle age ladies to reach the double decker bridge. 1 hr or rest and 2 and half hours back because you are climbing up and the steps are steep. the trip is a days effort and you will have... More
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Ravigdp
Hello, I am almost travelling first time this far, we are two frnds. I reach guwahati airport by 11am on 25th may and I our return flight is on 28th may @12pm. between this time I want visit best places of guwahati/Shillong/cheerapunji. my preferences are waterfalls, wildlife, amusement. As per the time problem, double decker bridge is not a must. And we are in budget type.(don't think of air travel.) please suggest us a better plan, places.(we can afford the helicopter ride 1 way only for time saving). prefer share travels to low the budget but not at the cost of too much trouble. thank you
11 May 2017|
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Response from Anshuman S | Reviewed this property |
Yess you can enjoy a boat ride at Dawki . Moreover, Enroute Cherrapunji u can do ZIP LINING . There are many waterfalls in Cherrapunji such as Nohkalikai falls , Seven sister falls, Eco park . You can also visit Mawlynnong... More
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Apurba S
Hi, I am planning a trip to shillong, cherrapunjee and mawlynnong in Mid of May. I am a senior citizen, so from the reviews of Double decker root bridge its quite evident that it will be not convenient for me for 3400 steps. But is there any single root bridge? Please let me know the location and let me know if it is accessible for seniorcitizens as I really want to visit one. Thanks, Apurba S
24 April 2017|
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Response from vshyd |
We went to the single living root bridge on the way to Mawlynnong (about 2km). It was fairly easy to get to the root bridge, about 450meters from car parking. It also rained on the way back while walking, but we managed... More
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