OFFBEAT TREKS IN INDIA India is a country blessed with diverse topography ranging from the Himalayas in the north to seas and oceans in the south and east, and deserts in the west. Each of these landforms bestows us with some of the finest experiences of adventure, culture and nature.
Tokolangso Waterfall Trip Date: 20th January 2018 Among all other trips, this turned out to be planned all of a sudden and was solely on coincidence. Being in Sarupathar (Golaghat, Assam) the previous day, I figured out that it takes just half an hour to reach Rongagora Village in Karbi
As a collaborator, I have contributed an article titled “Bihu- the essence of Assamese Culture” with the intention of promoting the least explored northeast India by starting with the cultural festival of Assam- Bihu. It also gives immense pleasure to include the photo of “Nohkalikai Waterfall” of Meghalaya as a cover picture of the 2nd Issue of the Voyagers Voice Magazine.
BAMBOO TRAIL MEGHALAYA (MAWRYNGKHANG TREK) Wanderlust is as such that having seen a photo on the internet, we can’t resist but visit the place; the charm and uniqueness draw us to it. Seen and heard enough, I travelled 16 hours from Duliajan till Wahkhen Whistling Village to witness the mind-blowing
Tupula Bhat (Sticky rice cooked in koupat i.e. Pyrnium leaf) is generally consumed by the Singpho, Ahom, Mising and Deuri tribes with side dishes Mati Mahor dail (Black Gram Dal), Guti aloo fry (baby potatoes fry), Posolar bhaji (Plantain Stem Stir Fry), Gahori Mangsor Jhul (Pork Curry) etc.
To learn, embrace, and to fill in the soul with everything the hike and the valley offer in its purest form was the motive. We avoided watching videos on Dzükou Valley on the internet. Uncertain and un-planned as we were, the day began in trying to figure out how to reach Dzükou Valley from Kohima.