A VISIT TO SYNTUNG - 7 WATERFALLS (MEGHALAYA)

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Offbeat Meghalaya| Nongriat| Double Decker Living Root Bridge| Rainbow Falls

Hello Everyone, This is my last vlog in the Meghalaya series. Nongriat is a small village close to Cherrapunji, it is inaccessible by roads, you need to climb down approx 3000 steps to reach this place. There are various trek routes from this place, one can also trek to the base of Nokhalikhai waterfalls. Another trek to not miss is the Rainbow Falls. Someone said "The best views come after the hardest climb", because of the extensive climb not many visit this village and hence the village is a hut of solitude, basket of natural beauty and a place to simply get lost. By far Nongriat has been my favourite place, and if I ever visit back (which I will) I would spend my maximum time here. I suggest that one should stay two nights here, as 1 night is less to absorb the slow travel essence this place emanates. Enjoy the video, like share and subscribe to my channel. Music Credits : Let's love baby - Kulkid (https://soundcloud.com/user-282526346/sets/favourites-1/s-EVFd9 ) Take care of you - Saje (https://soundcloud.com/user-282526346/sets/favourites-1/s-EVFd9 )

World's Most Bizarre Waterfalls

From bizarre waterfalls that look like blood in Antartica to an unbelievable underwater waterfall in the Republic of Mauritius! Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 8. Bigăr Waterfall Although it doesn't impress by its size or the way its water flows, the thing that separates this waterfall from all the rest is where it's located at and its unusual shape that is said to take the shape of a huge mushroom. It’s an extension of a cliff that is entirely covered by moss. The Bigăr waterfall, that’s found in Romania, happens to lie directly in a spot that’s between the North Pole and the Equator. What also makes this waterfall unique to others is the way that the water scatters as it falls into the river. 7. Baatara Gorge Waterfall Lebanon Falling past three stone bridges that were naturally formed, the Baatara Gorge Waterfall appears to look like something that was specially created for the setting of a mythical world. This spectacular view is only able to be seen during the months of March and April because of the melting snow that causes the waterfall. The drop of the waterfall is measured at being an impressive 225 meters. 6. Underwater Waterfall Alright alright! We can see that this one is technically NOT a waterfall, but it’s too amazing not to include it. It’s located off the coast of the Republic of Mauritius and it happens to be just an optical illusion that only makes it seem like there’s a waterfall in the ocean. This illusion is created by the sand and silt that sink deeper into the ocean. 5. Angel Falls Venezuela Angel Falls has the contrast of being the world’s highest waterfall that is uninterrupted and even though it’s found in an isolated jungle, it still manages to draw a number of tourists to it each year in Venezuela. It’s measured at being 15 times that of Niagara Falls and was flown over by an American aviator name Jimmy Angel in 1993 and that’s where the falls gets its name from. 4. Cameron Falls Cameron Falls happens to be found in Alberta, Canada in Waterton Lake National Park. What’s really interesting about this particular waterfall is that only in the month of June are you able to see the normally clear waters turn into a vibrant pink. This phenomena that’s considered rare occurs during the springtime when the rains stir up a sediment in the lake called argillite. When the light hits this mineral just right, it causes the water to look this pink. This is similar to the same way that light hits the moisture in the air in order to create what we know as a rainbow. 3. Sticky Waterfalls In Thailand It’s pretty common that water that flows down rocks have usually slick and slippery surfaces. However, that’s not the case with the Bua Tong Waterfalls that are found in Thailand. Rather, these falls are known for being “sticky” because of a large amount of limestone located underneath. Another main difference is that there is no algae or slime found in these falls. Did you know that because of the huge amount of limestone that it’s possible for people to walk up the falls? 2. Ruby Falls Ruby Falls, which is located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, happens to be the deepest commercial limestone cave that is found in the entirety of the United States. It’s also the most visited waterfall that is located underground in the whole country with around 400,000 visitors annually. The falls measure at being 145-feet high and was named after Ruby Lambert, who was the wife of the man that discovered the falls. Care not to drink the water! It happens to contain a really high concentration of magnesium, which did you know is a natural laxative? These caves are lighted with special colors to give it a more magical vibe. 1. Blood Falls The Blood Falls are located in Antarctica's McMurdo Dry Valley and are measured at being around 5 stories high. The waterfall happens to pour out from the Taylor Glacier right into Lake Bonney. It's pretty clear that there's no real blood that gives the Blood Falls its name. Instead, there is a five-million-year-old subterranean lake that is trapped underneath the glaciers. When the glaciers that were located on top of the lake started to freeze, the water had become incredibly salty. So salty, in fact, that the water that’s located in the subglacial lake has a salt content that is 3 times higher than the oceans and because of this the water isn’t able to freeze. There happens to be a quarter mile of thick ice that keeps the lake from being in contact with any sunlight whatsoever and has built up a large amount of iron. The reason the water comes out as blood-colored is because the oxygen rusts all the iron once it reaches the surface.

Mawlynnong village: Asia's cleanest village in Meghalaya

This Documentary presents an overall view of Asia's Cleanest Village "MAWLYNNONG". It shows a glimpse of the society residing there. Script,Editing& Camera : Udipta Bhuyan/Jeet Borah

10 Strangest Waterfalls in the World

PREVIOUS VIDEO: 10 Worst Employees Ever - https://youtu.be/-6Tngu-HtFo In this video, we take a look at the strangest waterfalls you've ever seen. List: 10. Ruby Falls (Chattanooga, Tennessee) 9. Ice Cave Waterfall (Iceland) 8. Pamukkale (Denizli Province, Turkey) 7. Underwater Waterfall (Mauritius) 6. Blood Falls (Antarctica) 5. Cameron Falls (Alberta, Canada) 4. The Bigăr Waterfall (Caraş-Severin County, Romania) 3. Horizontal Falls (Kimberley, Western Australia) 2. Fog Waterfall (Djupadal, Iceland) 1. Horsetail Fall (Yosemite National Park, California)

Trek to Nohkalikai Falls - Meghalaya | Tallest Waterfall in India | GoPro HD

So it was just another morning in cherrapunji,roaming around seven sisters fall and then we saw an ice-cream shop and decided to take a break. The ice-cream vender told us that you guys can go for a trek to Nohkalikai Fall,it is the tallest waterfall in India. We liked the name and got a cab to the fall and when we reached the fall we saw there was a view point from where everybody was enjoying the view but something was not right we were not here for this. So i decided to search a way to get to the fall. And then we found a staircase that can lead us to the bottom of the fall but those stairs ended up halfway and people saying that this way is going no where but we continued our trek and after 2-3 river crossings and hard trek though the dense forest Yess We reached the Giantt Nohkalikai Falls. It was amazing and was a different feeling to get there. Thankyou Connect me on Fb profile link - https://www.facebook.com/Mayunk09 Instagram ID - mayunkk Page link - https://www.facebook.com/Mayunkk/?tim... Video By - Mayank Pandey

SYNTUNG - WATERFALLS

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