MEGHALAYA MULTI ADVENTURE

The Meghalaya Multi Adventure includes trekking, caving, river canyoning and kayaking and is set up to fully immerse oneself in the stunning outdoors of the region.

Difficulty

Grade 3

Duration

5 nights 6 days 

Dates

January 18 - 23, 2018

AIRPORT

  Guwahati

Within the north east Meghalaya is truly emerging as an prime adventure destination. The base location for this trip is
Cherrapunjee which is one of the wettest parts of the world and offers panoramic views of rolling hills and virgin jungles. The region is also home to the Nohkalikai Falls which is the the fourth largest waterfall in the world. The Meghalaya Multi Adventure includes trekking, caving, river canyoning and kayaking and is set up to fully immerse oneself in the stunning outdoors of the region. The last night of the trip is in Shillong.

Highlight #1

Discover Meghalaya

Fast emerging as a truly amazing
adventure destination

Gallery

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The first activity around Cherrapunjee was a trek to the iconic living root bridge and the Rainbow Falls which involved a short drive and a 8 hour trek up and down

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The Double Decker Living Root Bridge

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Another hours trek from the Double Decker Living Root Bridge was the Rainbow Falls

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Virtually everyone in the group acknowledged that they had not visited a more pretty water fall than Rainbow Falls

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The water was cold and it needed bit of resolve to dive in

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The following day the group was split up so that few folks went for caving while others went for canyoning

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River canyoning involved traversing a km long river section through a gorge feature cluttered with big boulders and water bodies

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The key challenge while canyoning was negotiating hugely slippery boulders and multiple water bodies

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At many spots fixed rope was set up to assist navigation

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The final challenge for the canyoning team was to descend in a water fall area.

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Next adventure was a 5 hour caving trip. The entry to the cave is visible behind the caving instructor

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As one enters the cave one is blown away by formations which have been created over thousands of years

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The reward for 5 hour caving run was to see multiple formulations which included stalagmites, stalactites, candles, cave curtains and cave pearls

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The next halt on the trip is campsite on the Umngot river in Dawki

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The next halt on the trip is campsite on the Umngot river in Dawki

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Negotiating the cave is a combination of trekking through wide passages as well as boulder hopping and bouldering in some sections

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The water in the Umngot river is so clear that one can see bottom of the river even in deep sections

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Finale night on the trip is at Shillong overlooking the stunning Umiam

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