Nohsngithiang Falls, Cherrapunji

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Nohsngithiang Falls, Cherrapunji - Address

Address: East Khasi Hills | 1 Km from Mawsmai Village, Cherrapunjee, India

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Nohsngithiang falls is the fourth highest waterfall in India. They plunge down at a height of 1,035 ft and look spectacular with their natural beauty. This fall is located a few kilometers from Cherrapunjee and is one of the major tourist attractions.

 Also known as Seven Sister Falls or Mawsmai Falls, the latter being the name of a village, this waterfall looks even more stunning during monsoons when the volumes of water are added to it. There is a trek that leads up to this waterfall. The Seven Sister Falls derives its name from the seven streams that flow down the plateau like feature. During the monsoons, when the streams are filled with excess of water, the fall flows down rapidly forming a perennial rainbow much to the delight of tourists. Below the falls there has formed a plunge pool with unusual green colored water.  The postcard image of Cherrapunji, this fall enthralls people who look at it.

How To reach Nohsngithiang Falls by Public Transport

  • Hire a cab from Cherrapunji.

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Nohsngithiang Falls, Cherrapunji Reviews - Write a Review

  • I visited in 2017 November 2nd ..And there is no water there...Place will be awesome if it had water..I am adding the picture below

  • A fall that has seven cascading layers. The viewpoint strategically provides view of not only the falls but also of the Bangladeshy territory. Don't miss out the binocular placed there - have a closer look at the falls and delve into Bangladesh. Has a few shops for quick eat n tea/coffee. A small river stream is also nearby, for those who like sitting near it and like the peace.

  • It is better to visit just after monsoon and clear bright sunny days. If winter appearing of fog no longer you view the beauty of falls

  • A bit overrated place. Even all the seven falls are not visible all the time. But, one of the important points in Cherrapunji.

  • It all depends on the weather. Im blessed with a clear day. The rainbow on the falls is stunning. Had amazing views of Bangladesh plains from this site.

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