reviews about Laitlum Canyons

Schentrsetr Steven
Schentrsetr Steven
God Owned Laitlum
24 Jun 2014
It is on an of shoot making progress toward the Naitrang stone monuments. This is an unquestionable requirement visit. It is a confined valley, there are no streets going into it. The villagers living there need to walk up the mountain side with supplies! The perspective down into the valley is bewildering. On the off chance that you have room schedule-wise it will bring 1.5 hrs down and 2 hours ascending. In the same way as other of the sublime attractions of Meghalaya, the Laitlum Canyons additionally don't have any signage. From Smit, request bearings to Thangsning and from that point request Laitlum (the "t" is affirmed delicately). At Laitlum the locals, I figure, perceive travelers, so they regulate you to the ravines. Once more, once you arrive at, there is no signage however the street closes here and you are encompassed by a wonderful plain. Do go down (at least almost) as the scene changes totally. We were awed by the immensity, the superb rock-confront, the cool breeze...its amazing. Whilst we were deliberately going down, somewhat nearby kid was dragging a long link and was sprinting down towards the town! Whilst heading up we reveled in a tender sprinkle. We requested lunch here, went to see the Lwai falls and returned to have a generous supper. Here once more, please ask the locals every step of the way so as to discover Lwai falls.