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Dawki Trip: Beautiful Meghalaya | Umngot River, Meghalaya's Crystal Clear River

Dawki trip was the part of our 5 days road trip to beautiful Meghalaya. We traveled to Meghalaya while we were on our Northeast India Trip. The primary attraction here was the Umngot river of Meghalaya. Please do subscribe to Jaunt Monkey: https://goo.gl/4HZaUq This is about our Dawki Road Trip from Shillong in Meghalaya. Dawki Trip: Meghalaya crystal clear river, living root bridge Meghalaya, and Mawlynnong village During this trip we experienced Umngot river, living root bridge of Meghalaya, and the cleanest Asian village. Our experience on the 3rd day in Meghalaya was so vibrant and lovely. We started off from Shillong by Meghalaya Tourism's organized tours (government tour). The first stop that we enjoyed during this trip was Deep Dark Valley. The valley and hillocks where amazingly lush. From there we moved on to the living root bridge to the cleanest Asian village, and to the crystal clear river. What we had experienced in Meghalaya was mindblowing and that made our decision to plan another Meghalaya Road Trip or better say Meghalaya Bike Trip in September 2018. Jaunt Monkey is a travel channel that is meant to bring real stories of food and journeys. You can find places to visit, destination guides, food experiences, hotel reviews, and many more on Jaunt Monkey. Jaunt Monkey channel posts Indian Travel vlogs or an Indian's travel vlogs. Not just travel, but also food vlogs. Visit Jaunt Monkey's Blog: www.jauntmonkey.com Also, encourage us by following our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/jauntmonkeytv Music: 1. bensound-memories Music: www.bensound.com" or "Royalty Free Music from Bensound" 2. Banjo_Short Banjo Short by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/

Top 20 Incredible Bridges You Have To See To Believe

Bridges are an important innovation in infrastructure and architecture, allowing us to traverse areas in relative safety. Here are 20 of the most incredible and amazing bridges you'll ever see! Subscribe for more! ► https://goo.gl/pgcoq1 ◄ Stay updated ► https://goo.gl/JyGcTt https://goo.gl/5c8dzr ◄ For copyright queries or general inquiries please get in touch: hello@beamazed.com Be Amazed at these incredible bridges! Banpo Bridge, Korea - Banpodaegyo Bridge is most famous for the Banpo Bridge Rainbow Fountain which runs along 570 metres of its length on both sides. Devil’s bridge, Germany - Known as Rakotzbrücke, this stunning stone bridge was commissioned by a knight in 1860. Moses Bridge - The West Brabant Line is dotted with 17th century forts and many were surrounded by moats which were deep enough to protect from marauders but too shallow for boat travel. Rolling Bridge, England - At Paddington Basin in London, this 12 metre bridge connects low-lying paths without encumbering river access to the surrounding buildings and offices. Designed by the prolific Thomas Heatherwick, this bridge unfurls via the use of concealed hydraulic pumps. Slauerhoffbrug, Netherlands - Another rather extraordinary example of a moving bridge, this bridge in the Netherlands nicknamed by some as the ‘terminator bridge’ or ‘flying drawbridge’ actually retracts a whole section of road in order to let river traffic through. It does this as many as 10 times a day. The Millau Viaduct, France - This amazing bridge is widely considered to be one of the world’s finest and it was the world’s tallest bridge with a high point of almost 350 metres above the ground until China’s Duge bridge seized that accolade in 2016. Ponte Vecchio, Italy - This gorgeous historical bridge in Florence is noteworthy because of the shops built into its stoney construction. This bridge actually first appears in a document dated to 996. Akashi-Kaikyo, Japan - This extremely beautiful bridge situated near Kobe, Japan, is the world’s longest suspension bridge with a total length of 3,911 metres. Golden Gate Bridge, USA - The Golden Gate Bridge is an internationally recognized symbol of the USA and is one of the country’s most important architectural works. Multnomah falls bridge - You only have to glance at this bridge to see that it’s a bit special. Duge BridgeChina - In this modern era of bridge building, huge and mightily tall bridges are possible to build with what seem like next-to-no supports. Siberian Bridge, Russia - Trift Suspension Bridge, Switzerland - Overlooking spectacular views of the Swiss Alps is this pedestrian-only suspension bridge. Living root bridges, India - Cherrapunji in Northeastern India is one of the wettest places on Earth and hosts an extraordinary tree named the Ficus elastica. Magdeburg Water Bridge, Germany - Jiangzhou Immortal Bridge, China - Natural arches are the bridges of nature and some of these awesome rock formations have existed for several millennia. LEGO Bridge, Germany - This quirky bridge is fortunately not created from actual giant plastic lego bricks but is instead a concrete bridge painted by street artist Martin Heuwold.

Niagara Falls

Wonderfull Niagara waterfalls on both sides USA and Canada. You can also see the city of Niagara on Canadian side and the peacefull Niagara on the Lake.

Hikers Saw That This Neglected Sheep Could Barely Stand, So A Shelter Begged For Experts To Save Him

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Meghalaya (part-1)....Cherrapunji (SOHRA) !!! (April 2018)

A journey through clouds...Meghalaya !!! This video contains our trip to CHERRAPUNJI also known as Sohra ,is the second most wettest place of the world (Mawsynram is the first which is also near Cherrapunji), place of the famous 7-sister waterfall and the living root-bridges declared as the world heritage site by the UNESCO. We spent two days in Cherrapunji and experienced some very special moments there. #cherrapunji #sohra #meghalaya #Stayhealthybetravelfriendly #Naina_Bhattacharjee Watch my video of Awesome Kovalam ⬇️... https://youtu.be/c--t-Enocr4 instagram link: https://www.instagram.com/?hl=en

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In this video we show you the spectacular waterfalls & living root bridges that Cherrapunji is so famous for. Cherrapunji, located in Meghalaya state, North-East India, is easily a contender for the most inspiring and incredible places we've visited in Asia so far.

Cherrapunji is the second wettest place on Earth. All this rain does have its perks though because without it, you wouldn't see the incredible waterfalls that Cherrapunji is famous for. In this video we show you the waterfalls cascading down from the Eco Tourism Park, the Nohsngithiang Falls (Seven Sisters Falls), Nohkhalikai Falls (340m, tallest plunge waterfall in India) and Rainbow Falls (incredibly beautiful remote jungle waterfall). Many of these waterfalls (except for Rainbow falls) are view-able from viewpoints near the town of Sohra (Cherrapunji town).

Cherrapunji is also known for the unique and fascinating living root bridges. These all natural bridges are hand-made by the tribal Khasi & Jaintia people, from the aerial roots of the rubber fig tree (ficus elastica). The aerial roots are interwoven across rivers to form incredibly strong and durable bridges, allowing the people to traverse the river even during heavy floods.

To see the living root bridges, we trek from the small village of Tyrna to the remote tribal village of Nongriat. In Nongriat you can find a homestay and stay there a few nights to experience the famous double decker living root bridge, which is found in the village itself.

You can also make daily treks into the surrounding wilderness, using Nongriat as a base, to see more amazing living root bridges and the incredibly beautiful rainbow waterfall.

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