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Visit nearby cave in Night.
Visite nearby places.
More than five cliffs near 10km range.
More than 10 lakes in the area.
Get the feel of beach and not caring about the tides.
Swim from the core of your heart.
let's go fishing!
Temp in Summer:20-25
Temp in Winter:5-10
Arwah Lumshynna Cave is a huge cave surrounded by the thick forest of Law Shynna and is much larger in size than the Mawsmai Cave in Sohra. It is known for its fossil formations, limestone structures and stalagmite and stalactite formations which are believed to be millions of years old and are naturally carved. It houses many narrow passages and chambers as well as a stream that flows inside the cave. This is an experience you will remember for a long time to come bearing interesting conversations no matter what group you sit with.
Wah-Kaba falls is a seasonal waterfall not too far from Sohra View Lodge. The waterfall drops from a steep rocky side and plunges hundreds of meters down to a gorge. The water flowing through the falls is crystal clear. Situated along the roadside, it is easily accessible and needs a short hike to reach the waterfall viewpoint. There is a smaller waterfall on the way to the bigger Wah-Kaba waterfall. The best time to visit the falls is during the rainy season. The entire area is rain-fed and hence the glory of the falls depends on rains.
The Mawkdok Dympep Valley View / Duwan Sing Syiem Bridge, located at the very start of Sohra tourist circuit, is one of the most prominent attractions of the place. The forest department has made a view-point at this valley from you can enjoy and appreciate the natural beauty of the valley. However, you will need to walk down a number of steps to reach here. Most Tourists get the first view of the Mawkdok Dympep Valley, which extends right up to Cherrapunji, from this viewpoint. Getting a clear view is a matter of chance as mostly it is obscured by clouds.