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Rynji Waterfall

Located in Cham Cham village, Ranji waterfalls is at distance of a about 19 km from Jowai. The falls can be reached by trekking landscapes through scenic landscapes which is yet another soothing experience.  Hiring a local guide would certainly help you out to take the shortest route to location.

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Nartiang

Located at a distance of about 27 Km from Jowai, Nartiang houses the palace of Jayantia king, though now in ruins. The remnant structural design of the palace reveals the use of red Brick and the exemplary craftmanship of erstwhile times. While being at Nartiang, you get the opportunity to view the biggest collection of …

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Pambru Cave

Another legendary cave which is yet to be fully explored, Pambru cave is at a distance of 12 kilometre from Jowai.

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Lumshnong Village

Located at a distance of about 59 Km from Jowai, Lumshnong village has the distinction of housing large number of caves including some of the oldest and deepest caves in South Asia. Umlawan cave in the village is one of the longest caves in India. Yet to be fully explored, the Umlawan cave in the …

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Tyrshi Waterfall

Nature’s curator has magnificently created replica of elephant Falls of Shillong. Located along NH-44, the Tyrshi waterfall is at a distance of about 5 km from Jowai. The breathtaking views with panoramic landscape around the waterfalls will also be a lifetime memory.

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Moopun Falls

Located in Mutong village at a distance of about 24 kilometre from Jowai, the beautiful waterfall with a height of about 100 feet and width of nearly 50 feet is mesmerizing. The crystal clear water feeds river Myntdu. Atop Moopun waterfall, you can also enjoy the beauty of the iconic stone Bridge connecting both sides …

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Thadlaskein lake

Located at a distance of about 8 km from Jowai along NH-44, Thadlaskein lake is a man made Lake. The huge lake was dug by end of bows of the then army man of erstwhile Jayantiapur under the hegemony of their General who revolted against the Jaintia king.

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Zuluk

At a height of about 10,000 feet above mean sea level, Zuluk is yet to be explored to its potential. An integral part of historical Silkroute, Zuluk offers stunning view of the Eastern Himalayas including Mt. Kanchenjunga. The 32 hair pin turns, in a stretch of 91 Km from Gangtok and 23 Km from Nathang …

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Akkar Bridge

The 2 x 77 meter span cable stayed bridge over river Rangit in Jorethang is being supported by a Single tower. Constructed in 1988, the bridge has the distinction of being the first cable stayed bridge in India. Located at a distance of 29 Km from Kalimpong Town of Gangtok, the bridge is 11.10 meter …

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Borong and Ralang Cha – Chu natural spas

The natural hot water springs are believed to have curative powers to skin disease, pains etc.. Located at a distance of 7 Kms apart, Borong and Ralang hot water springs can be reached by motorable road or by trekking via Maenam from Ravangla. Visitors willing to stay for longer duration can find accommodation in temporary …

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