Nohkalikai Falls is one of the taller waterfalls in Cherrapunji, Meghalaya. It makes a dramatic free leap from a fairly well-forested into a rocky base accompanied by a pretty blue pool.  As for the height of the Nohkalikai Falls, there are some rather outrageous claims about this falls being the 4th highest in the world as well as this falls being the second highest in the country. Viewing Nohkalikai Falls might be a bit of a roll of the dice given the fickle nature of the weather here. That’s because the area is frequently shrouded in clouds.

The plateau collects a great deal of water, particularly during monsoon season. Many rivers make stunning leaps down the face of the escarpment, but not in our opinion compare to that of Nohkalikai where the river makes a clear leap of over 1100 feet, sliding steeply, and then free leaping into a huge plunge pool below. During monsoon, several additional rivulets join the main stream in leaping over the edge of the overhanging cliff.

Nohkalikai Falls at Cherrapunji

Nohkalikai Falls at Cherrapunji, Meghalaya

Tourism

Though Cherrapunji of Meghalaya is famous for its wet land and weather, the place offers some tourists attractions. Mawsmai Falls is the fourth highest waterfall in India with a height of 1035 feet. The place offers beautiful scenery where you can relax.

The Khasi Monoliths is located near the Mawsmai falls in Meghalaya, lies scattered some rock stones laid down in the memory of the forefathers. The place has some underground tunnels and passages too which would be an exciting adventure ride for adventure enthusiasts. The Orchid Gardens is famous for orchids blooming in several parts of Cherrapunji. Moreover, you can also check out the vegetation of Bangladesh which is easily visible from the wet land.

The Dainthlen waterfalls are one of the ideal places for picnics and the drive to this place is very pleasant with the scenic beauty around. There is a village nearby Rangjyrthei, which should not be missed. The Kynrem Falls which falls from an altitude of 1000 feet high can be seen from across the park. It is supposed to be the highest waterfall in the state. The Thangkharang Park gives a magnificent view of the criss-crossed plains with wide rivers on their final leg to their journey to the sea is visible from this hilltop. Another main attraction of this park is the 200 feet giant Koh-ramhah, a natural single rock formation, shaped like an upside down basket.

Nohkalikai Falls

 

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Journey to Nohkalikai Falls at Cherrapunji, Meghalaya

Air: The nearest airport is Guwahati airport, though Pawan Hans have offered a Dauphin helicopter to the Meghalayan Government for regular transport on Guwahati – Shillong – Tura route. From Shillong you can take up a bus or taxi to reach Cherrapunji.

Road: Cherrapunji is 60 km from Shillong, the capital of Meghalaya. A steep motor able road, are available, which leads up to Cherrapunji. Buses and taxis to Cherrapunji from Shillong.

Rail: Guwahati (181 km) is the nearest railhead to Cherrapunji.

 Have a Great time Visiting  Nohkalikai Falls at Cherrapunji.