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Meghalaya on Foot | Plan The Unplanned

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Thu, 24 Jan 10:00AM - Thu, 31 Jan 2:00PM
Meghalaya (Meghalaya)
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Outdoors / Open Air
Tour Duration : 8 days, 7 nights
Stay Included
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 Vast stretches of valleys and plateaus infused with the scenic beauty of lush forests, time-honored caves, and splendid waterfalls this is Meghalaya. Doesn't it sound dream-like? See for yourself! Take a one-of-a-kind trek through the wondrous locales of Mawphlang, Cherrapunjee and many more magical spots in Meghalaya with Plan The Unplanned and unleash the wanderer within you.

 

Cost: 22999/- Plus 5%GST

Early Bird Price: 20000 Plus 5% GST (If  you book before 25th December 2018)

 

INCLUDED

 

- Accommodation in Homestays and lodge (27th Oct-2nd Nov)

- Transportation pick up and drop and sightseeing (Guwahati to Guwahati)

- Guide charges

- Entry fees

 

NOT INCLUDED

 

- Beverage (drinks)

- Breakfast, lunch, and dinner on all days

- Accommodation for Day 0 (24th Jan) & Day 8 (3rd Nov) at

- Guwahati Transportation from and to Guwahati Airport

- Personal Expenses (snacks, mineral water etc)

- Anything not included in the inclusions above

 

 

Itinerary:

 

Day 0/24th Oct: Reach Guwahati

Book your train or plane tickets to Guwahati as the trip will begin from here. (Plan and make advanced bookings to avail lower ticket prices.) The trek leads from Plan The Unplanned will meet you there once you arrive.

Overnight stay at the hotel in Guwahati. (Self Sponsored)


Day 1/25th Jan: Mawphlang Sacred Grove Trek

Today We shall head to our first town in Meghalaya Mawphlang.

Located near the Mawphlang Village in the lap of East Khasi Hills, Meghalaya is a 1000-year-old sacred grove that will mesmerize you with its sheer beauty. It will take you a few minutes to come to terms with just how glorious nature can be as you stand amidst the lush green foliage, rich with the natural perfume that emanates from the wild forest before you. It is referred to as the sacred grove because of the belief that this forest is the abode of the deities. One of the most famous deities is called Labasa. Locals believe that the deities take the form of the wild animals in the forest to protect them. Hence, this forest is untouched by humans with no cutting of trees or no plucking or flowers or fruits. Its no wonder that the forest is so alluring to us humans. After spending some time wandering within the depths of the forest you'll have to be forced to leave this magical abode and get back to reality!

Overnight Stay in Hotel in Mawphlang!


Day 2/26th Jan: David Scott Trail Trek & Double-Decker Root BridgeDavid Scott Trail Trek

Altitude: 4,892 ft
Distance: 16 km
Trek gradient: Easy-Moderate

Trek through a time-honored trekking route discovered in the 1800s!

This historic trail stretches for 100 km and served as a horse-cart route from Assam to Bangladesh. It is named after its creator, a British administrator named David Scott who worked in the Khasi area for 30 years. The trail between Mawphlang and Lad Mawphlang that covers the terrain of the Eastern Khasi Hills is the most famous. This stretch of the trail is 16 km and that s what we will be doing. It is about a 4 to 5-hour trek during which you will cross the river bank, walk to the other side of a military bridge and witness the intricacies of the forest. (Make sure you carry plenty of water to keep you active.)

Trek to Double-Decker Root Bridge

Distance: 7 km
Trek gradient: Easy-Moderate

Next, we drive to the base camp at Tyrna. Once we reach Tyrna, the trek begins by walking for about 1.5 km to the lower part of the village. Once we reach this point, we will have to trek down the hill and towards a living root bridge called Double-decker Root Bridge. It takes about an hour of trekking through the forest before embarking on a 3000 step downward journey that leads to a bridge held with cable wires. As you cross this bridge, the sound of flowing water under you and the sanctity of the forest will make you feel alive! Further ahead you will cross another bridge similar to this one before you reach Nongriat village. This village is home to the much-anticipated 200-year-old, Double Decker Root Bridge. When you reach the bridge, you are bound to be awestruck by the majestic bridge. It was built patiently by the villagers over generations by guiding the roots across the river with support. It is named Double Decker because it comprises of 2 bridges stacked one over the other and can hold up to 50 people at once!

Overnight stay at Nongriat village.


Day 3/27th Jan: Trek to Rainbow falls & Drive to Cherrapunjee

On day 3 of our Meghalaya adventure trek, we set off from Nongriat Village climbing for 1.5 hours and climbing back up the 3000 steps we descended the previous day to reach the Rainbow Falls. This trek takes immense grit and endurance as the path is made up of broken, uneven rocks and very dense forest. You will only have the sound of water and of insects as a source of comfort as you push yourself to trek towards the waterfall. When you catch the first glimpse of torrents of water falling at momentous speed and pounding a gigantic rock below, the tiresome trek will feel worth it. You know why? Because this fall is a true gift from nature the suns rays hit the rock to reflect a miraculous rainbow on both sides and you will think your eyes are deceiving you!

The sheer magical effect of what you see before you will make you want to indulge in a dip in the water. The climb down to the pool of clear blue water is steep but once you immerse yourself in the cold transparent water you will be glad you did it.

Once you find your way back to the top, its time to peel your eyes away from the rainbow as we trek back to Tyrna and back up the 3000 steps we climbed down the previous day and get ready to drive down to the most popular tourist location in Meghalaya Cherrapunjee!

The drive takes about two hours and once we enter Cherrapunjee, we will be heading straight to the beautiful Dainthlen Falls.


Day 4/28th Jan: Explore Cherrapunjee & Trek to Kongthong VillageTrek

 

Nohakalakai

 

The Nohkalikai Falls is the 5th Highest Scenic Waterfall in India and it doesnt disappoint. This fall is named after a woman who meets a tragic end by jumping off the cliff into the fall. Noh means to jump, Ka is a prefix used for women and Likaii is a name. One of the tallest plunge waterfalls in India with a height of 1115 feet, the trek down to Nohkalikai Falls is one of the most popular treks to go on and takes about an hour. The trek starts through grassy paths until the point where you will climb down the hill. Things get tricky when you reach the bottom of the hill you will have to walk through slippery stone paths and wade through icy cold streams but you will also witness beautiful naturally carved stones and small waterfalls that will lighten the mood. Some paths will look like dead ends but soldier on till you reach the edge of the waterfall. It will be worth it. As you stand at the edge drinking in the spectacular view and feeling the fresh air hit your face, your aches and pains will fade away. The view will instill in you a great sense of pride to have trekked your way over to such an outstanding natural phenomenon.


Seven Sister Falls

This is the 4th highest falls in India and is a great tourist attraction during the monsoon season. Also known as Nohsngithiang Falls, this is a 7 segmented waterfall and is a must visit place in North East India.

Mawsmai Cave

Located about 5 km from Cherrapunji, Mawsmai Cave is another great tourist spot. 150 km of this limestone cave is accessible to tourists and it is well-lit with Halogen lamps to walk through the depths of the cave. With many hidden doors within, this cave gives off a surreal feeling of how people lived in the earlier times and is another must visit on your North East travel list.

Bangladesh Border View Point

A giant monolith rock formation boasts of a spectacular panoramic view of the plains of Bangladesh below you and a pristine stream flowing nearby. The only crowd you will witness is a crowd of trees and the only noise will be of the leaves rustling around you. No better way to complete an adventure-filled journey than by observing this breathtaking view.

Trek to Kongthong (Whistling village)

Amongst the many idyllic villages tucked away in the hills of Meghalaya, the village of Kongthong is most extraordinary due to a unique local culture. The people of Kongthong do not address each other by name but rather by a tune that has been assigned to them at birth. This is an age-old tradition followed by the entire village. This tune is considered useful during hunting as it serves as an identity. Kongthong Village is well-known for the production of organic honey. A trek through this village is unlike anything that any of us may experience so far!

Night stay in Kongthong

After a long and eventful day of waterfalls treks, we will stay for the night in the musically-attuned village and the melodious environment will be perfect for a good nights sleep. With a heart full of fond memories, doze off into a state of happy exhaustion for another wonderful night.


Day 5/29th Jan: Sightseeing in Kongthong & Drive to Dawki

We'll be spending our second day in the village of Kongthong to get to know more about their peculiar culture and traditions by just walking around the tiny roads. Look out for natural root bridges and hidden falls!

Later that day well heads on a long and scenic drive towards Dawki.


Day 6/30th Jan:  Explore Dawki

This quaint little village located on the India-Bangladesh border is home to the ravishing Umngot River. Being one of the cleanest rivers in India, when looked at from a distance the emerald waters fo the river looks transparent allowing you to see the river bed several feet below the surface. We've all seen pictures of a boat floating on transparent water on social media, now its time to see it for yourself! The other major attraction here apart from the extreme natural beauty and peace is the Dawki Bridge which is a suspension bridge over the Umngot River and that offers some spectacular panoramic views.

Overnight Stay at Mawlynnong.


Day 7/31st Jan: Trek to U Mawryngkhang (Wahkhen)

Rise and shine as we make our way over to yet another unique trek spot called U Mawryngkhang. This trek routed located in the hamlet of Wahkhen about 54 km from Shillong is different from most trails because it is a stony route lined with broomsticks and trees. U Mawryngkhang also referred to as the King of Stones based on a local legend makes for a pleasant trek experience. This 3-hour trek is a complete package of thrill and adventure one looks for.

After a whirlwind week of trekking through the majestic hills of Meghalaya, its time to pack up and embark on the return journey to Guwahati. As we make our own ways back to the reality of our lives, we will never forget the experiences we shared together in the depths of the forest.

Overnight stay at the hotel in Guwahati.

The clearest way into the universe is through a forest wilderness. John Muir

NOTE: 

 1. Min number of traveler required for the event to happen is 5. 

 2. Plan The Unplanned would be not responsible for any flight cancellation charges/any other cost. 

 3.  It is mandatory to reach Guwahati on/by 24th January. 

 4. Personal expenses are to be borne by you. 

 5. You can check the cancellation policy by clicking on the cancellation tab. 

 6. You may book your return ticket for 1st Feb  2019. 
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Itinerary

Itinerary

Day 0/24th Jan: Reach Guwahati
Book your train or plane tickets to Guwahati as the trip will begin from here. (Plan and make advanced bookings to avail lower ticket prices.) The trek leads from Plan The Unplanned will meet you there once you arrive.

Reach Guwahati before 9 AM. We shall head to our first town in Meghalaya Mawphlang.

Overnight Stay in Hotel in Mawphlang!

Day 1/25th Jan: Mawphlang: Sacred Grove Trek
Located near the Mawphlang Village in the lap of East Khasi Hills, Meghalaya is a 1000-year-old sacred grove that will mesmerize you with its sheer beauty. It will take you a few minutes to come to terms with just how glorious nature can be as you stand amidst the lush green foliage, rich with the natural perfume that emanates from the wild forest before you. It is referred to as the sacred grove because of the belief that this forest is the abode of the deities. One of the most famous deities is called Labasa. Locals believe that the deities take the form of the wild animals in the forest to protect them. Hence, this forest is untouched by humans with no cutting of trees or no plucking or flowers or fruits. Its no wonder that the forest is so alluring to us humans. After spending some time wandering within the depths of the forest you'll have to be forced to leave this magical abode and get back to reality!

Next up: Trek through a time-honored trekking route discovered in the 1800s!

David Scott Trail Trek
This historic trail stretches for 100 km and served as a horse-cart route from Assam to Bangladesh. It is named after its creator, a British administrator named David Scott who worked in the Khasi area for 30 years. The trail between Mawphlang and Lad Mawphlang that covers the terrain of the Eastern Khasi Hills is the most famous. This stretch of the trail is 16 km and that's what we will be doing. It is about a 4 to 5-hour trek during which you will cross a river bank, walk to the other side of a military bridge and witness the intricacies of the forest. (Make sure you carry plenty of water to keep active.)

Night camping in David Scott
Once we complete this truly satisfying forest trek, its time to pitch our tents, warm up and camp under the stars for the night.

When you wake up the next morning, fresh with the excitement of your finishing your first day, get ready to make new trek memories!

Day 2/26th Jan: Drive to Tyrna
We start the day by driving to the base camp at Tyrna. Once we reach Tyrna, the trek begins by walking for about 1.5 km to the lower part of the village. Once we reach this point, we will have to trek down the hill and towards a living root bridge called Double-decker Root Bridge. It takes about an hour of trekking through the forest before you reach stone steps that lead to a bridge help with cable wires. As you cross this bridge, the sound of flowing water under you and the sanctity for the forest will make you feel alive! Further ahead you will cross another bridge similar to this one before you reach Nongriat village. This village is home to the much-anticipated 200-year-old, Double Decker Root Bridge. When you reach the bridge, you are bound to be awestruck by the majestic bridge. It was built patiently by the villagers over generations by guiding the roots across the river with support. It is named Double Decker because it comprises of 2 bridges stacked one over the other and can hold up to 50 people at once!

Night stay in Double-Decker
With another unforgettable trek journey completed, we halt at the Nongriat village and pitch our tents for another peaceful night amongst the wilderness.

Day 3/27th Jan: Trek to Rainbow falls
One day 3 of our Meghalaya adventure trek, we set off from Nongriat Village climbing for 1.5 hours to reach the Rainbow Falls. This trek takes immense grit and endurance as the path is made up of broken, uneven rocks and very dense forest. You will only have the sound of water and of insects as a source of comfort as you push yourself to trek towards the waterfall. When catch the first glimpse of torrents of water falling at momentous speed and pounding a gigantic rock below, the tiresome trek will feel worth it. You know why? Because this fall is a true gift from nature the suns rays hit the rock to reflect a miraculous rainbow on both sides and you will think your eyes are deceiving you!

The sheer magical effect of what you see before you will make you want to indulge in a dip in the water. The climb down to the pool of clear blue water is steep but once you immerse yourself in the cold transparent water you will be glad you did it.

Once you find your way back to the top, its time to peel your eyes away from the rainbow because another waterfall awaits us!

Trek to Nohkalikai falls
The Nohkalikai Falls is the 5th Highest Scenic Waterfall in India and it doesn't disappoint. This fall is named after a woman who meets a tragic end by jumping off the cliff into the fall. Noh means to jump, Ka is a prefix used for women and Likaii is a name. One of the tallest plunge waterfalls in India with a height of 1115 feet, the trek down to Nohkalikai Falls is one of the most popular treks to go on and takes about an hour. The trek starts through grassy paths until the point where you will climb down the hill. Things get tricky when you reach the bottom of the hill you will have to walk through slippery stone paths and wade through icy cold streams but you will also witness beautiful naturally carved stones and small waterfalls that will lighten the mood. Some paths will look like dead ends but soldier on till you reach the edge of the waterfall. It will be worth it. As you stand at the edge drinking in the spectacular view and feeling the fresh air hit your face, your aches and pains will fade away. The view will instill in you a great sense of pride to have trekked your way over to such an outstanding natural phenomenon.

Night stay in Pynursla
After a long and eventful day of waterfalls treks, we will stay the night in the small village of Pynursla. With a heart full of fond memories, doze off into a state of happy exhaustion for another wonderful night as a camper!

Day 4/28th Jan: Trek to U Mawryngkhang (Wahkhen)
Rise and shine as we make our way over to yet another unique trek spot called U Mawryngkhang. This trek routed located in the hamlet of Wahkhen about 54 km from Shillong is different from most trails because it is a stony route lined with broomsticks and trees. U Mawryngkhang also referred to as the King of Stones based on a local legend makes for a pleasant trek experience.

Day 5/29th Jan: Trek to Kongthong (Whistling village)
Amongst the many idyllic villages tucked away in the hills of Meghalaya, the village of Kongthong is most extraordinary due to a unique local culture. The people of Kongthong do not address each other by name but rather by a tune that has been assigned to them at birth. This is an age-old tradition followed by the entire village. This tune is considered useful during hunting as it serves as an identity. Kongthong Village is well-known for the production of organic honey. A trek through this village is unlike anything that any of us may experience so far!

Night stay in Kongthong
Set up camp in the musically-attuned village and the melodious environment will be perfect for a good nights sleep.

Day 6/30th Jan: Sightseeing in Kongthong
Well, be spending our second day in the village of Kongthong to get to know more about their peculiar culture and traditions by just walking around the tiny roads. Look out for natural root bridges and hidden falls!

Night stay in Kongthong
For the first time in this trek, we will spend the second night in the same spot because this village is just so unique in its way of life.

Day 7/31st Jan: Drive to Cherrapunjee
Bid the happy whistlers of the village goodbye as we get ready to drive down to the most popular tourist location in Meghalaya Cherrapunjee!

The drive takes about two hours and once we enter Cherrapunjee, we will be spending a day admiring the sights of Cherrapunjee.

First up is the Seven Sister Falls: This is the 4th highest falls in India and is a great tourist attraction during the monsoon season. Also known as Nohsngithiang Falls, this is a 7 segmented waterfall and is a must visit place in North East India.

Mawsmai Cave: Located about 5 km from Cherrapunji, Mawsmai Cave is another great tourist spot. 150 km of this limestone cave is accessible to tourists and it is well-lit with Halogen lamps to walk through the depths of the cave. With many hidden doors within, this cave gives off a surreal feeling of how people lived in the earlier times and is another must visit on your North East travel list.

Bangladesh Border View Point:
A giant monolith rock formation boasts of a spectacular panoramic view with the plains of Bangladesh below you and a pristine stream flowing nearby. The only crowd you will witness is a crowd of trees and the only noise will be of the leaves rustling around you. No better way to complete an adventure-filled journey than by observing this breathtaking view.

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Plan The Unplanned would be not responsible for any flight cancellation charges/any other cost.
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Things to Carry

Things to Carry

We request you to kindly carry the following. It's better to be prepared rather than not prepared.

  • Rucksack (Just stuff your things in!)
  • Small Back Pack(20-30 ltr)
  • 2 water bottle 1 liter each (Hydration is much needed.)
  • Torch/Headlamp (It'll be really dark at night.)
  • Portable charger (You might just want to keep your phone aside, but then, selfies toh banta hai!)
  • Deodorant (You shouldn't stink!)
  • Energy Food ( Chocolate bars, Electrolyte drinks Glucon-D, etc ) (You can carry some extra we dont mind to share!)
  • Raincoat / Bag cover (Of course, you dont want your rucksack to get all wet!)
  • Flip-flops (Just to laze around.)
  • First Aid Kit (along with personalized medicine as per your requirement)
  • Toilet kit
  • Towel (Oh! We believe in saving water.)

OPTIONAL: AUX CABLE, UNO, BLUETOOTH SPEAKER,  GUITAR/ANY MUSIC INSTRUMENT, or any other games.

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Cancellation Policy

Cancellation Policy
  • If you have paid the total amount that is 22999/-  before 25th December 2018 and cancel for any reasons, then there would be a 45% refund
  • If you cancel the plan after 25th December No Refund.
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Map & Directions

Map & Directions
Meghalaya ( Meghalaya )
Organizer Reviews 4.6 (20)
Reviews for Organizer 4.6
My First Solo Trekking Trip with Plan The Unplanned - Sometimes even though you are surrounded by known persons you feel lonely and sometimes travelling with unknown persons makes you feel complete.So when I was going through this pain of loneliness , i decided to overcome my fear of travelling alone and discover myself. Through an ad which was coming on instagram , I came across PTU (Plan The Unplanned) that on 8th March , They were going to organize trek just for women . I was confused as I dont have any idea about this Travel Planner and plus i was travelling alone for the first time. So i contacted them, Jatin with whom I was talking from Day 1 is such a helpful and humble person that i got convinced to go wirh them finally. He not only motivated me but also answered my all queries even at midnight. Thank u so much Jatin for all your help.I have travelled several times with my family members and friends and with different travel organizers but the way these people take care of your each minor details is so impressive.Our Trek leaders Amit and Rakshita , both were supportive, caring, humble and knowledgable.Amit had lot of patience and he is a very sensitive , caring and matured person. We could make it out from the fact that he even saved other people From drowning who were even not in our trek. And those who were drowning , their leader were so careless and irresponsible that he just cared for showcase but not lives of his people. So here you can make out the difference in leadership.Rakshita is a sweet and helpful girl.She will take care of each need of yours and will not let you feel lonely at any point of time.PTU have organized each and everything in an organized manner like sending details of everybody who is travelling with you , plus proper itinerary . They also make sure to introduced each traveller with each other so that everybody could mingle up. They will not let you be alone and will make sure you enjoy each and every moment. - by Ankita Das for All Women Gokarna Beach Trek and Camping organized by Plan The Unplanned .
October 27 & 28, 2018. Marking these days as ONE AMAZING TIME OF LIFE ?? A huge thanks to the whole team of Plan the Unplanned to have organized this trek. This was my solo trip and I only got courage because it was all women trek. I remember taking my luggage on the first day, boarding the bus with so much anxiety and choosing to sit at the last so that no one could easily notice. On the contrary, I ended up being recognized by everyone by the third day. All thanks to the trek leads, they make you mingle with everyone possible and make it so happening that I remember each moment spent. I must take these names: Sushma, Daman, and Mounika who were the leads giving us one beautiful journey to look back on. There were women from age 21 to around 50 and the leads were equally supportive of each one of them, making sure we all had the best we could.I am not going to address them as leads anymore because they were so good even on a personal level, found some new really good friends??I am a person who loves to jump around places where it is not easy and have some adrenaline feel for a moment. Huge thanks to Sush and Daman for letting me do it and sometimes doing it along with them. I am looking forward to every other trek with the same leads.ABSOLUTE BLISS. First trip but definitely not the last. Please do not keep an upper age limit because I want to continue to do this for as many years as possible.TO TRAVEL IS TO LIVE!!!!! - by Nagashri U Rao for Gokarna Beach Trek & Camping | Plan the Unplanned organized by Plan The Unplanned .
We went for this trek on 19th-21st Oct 2018. We were amazed to see the rich biodiversity at Kotagiri. It's a very good place for birding enthusiasts. There is a lot of wildlife in these Nilgiri Hills. Weather was excellent and we did not face much rains during the trek. We did not take the overnite bus ride provided by the organisers. We went on our own one day earlier and stayed at a homestay and joined the group at the camp on Saturday morning and stayed there for the night at camp and left on Sunday morning. +ves - The group was very energetic and fun. The trek leads were keen to make us explore as much as we can in the limited time we had. They were also very enthusiastic about making the whole trip fun for people by trying to organise fun activities in the evening.-ves - My overall review is negative so obviously there are more -ves than +ves. Will make it objective for future trekkers to keep these in mind as they chose this place for a trekking/camping experience1. The camps are set up in a tea estate down the valley. There is one big campsite started by a tea estate owner and then there are a couple small ones which mushroomed around it. We were in one of the smaller campsite. This was the first major concern. the site was barely enough to pitch 3-4 tents and have max 10-12 people. There are 2 restrooms (which were filthy by the way). The organisers booked 27 people for this trek (+3 trek leads) and there was another group of 10 at the same campsite. So in all we were 40-45 people at a such a small place and there were 12-14 tents pitched next to each other. There was hardly any place to even walk or sit outside comfortably. This was a major dampener in our camping experience.2. Food - the food and camping is provided by the people who own the camping site. Plan the unplanned is just taking bookings and taking people to this campsite and making a margin out of this. The food was very average. I have been to multiple treks and lot of them at very high altitudes. The food is far far better than what was offered here. 3. Lack of experience of trek leaders - The trek leaders had very little or no experience in managing a trekking group. They were not able to assess risks, they had no first aid kits, they had no mode of communication to check the progress, whereabouts and safety of such a large group, and they were not able to guide the group to move at a pace which was required to cover the treks in time. After reaching sites, people were just left on their own to spend as much time as they want. This led to the group missing going to dolphin peak as it got dark. 4. Respect for nature/jungles - Lot of trekkers were first timers and they did not have much awareness on conduct in forests and treks. Some basic rules are avoiding being too loud, making lot of noise, playing loud music etc. What was surprising was trek leads also lacking these basic principles. The whole campsite was very loud specially in the evening and the dance, music and party continued till 11 PM disturbing the wildlife/birds in that area. This was led and initiated by trek leads themselves. Moreover, during the trek, trek leads were playing music on their mobiles which set the example for other youngsters also and they thought thats an ok thing to do. This was really really disappointing. Having fun is important but at the same time, in these zones, we have to respect the forests and the wildlife there and be sensitive. Fellow trekkers - chose this trek if you are a nature lover, contact local campsites on your own and do it the proper way. Do not expect the organisers to add any more value than arranging a shared transportation for you (and making a huge margin on that).I dont have any trust in capabilities of these organisers especially because they don't seem to be nature lovers and have poor planning and execution skills. - by Yogendra for Kotagiri Trek - Camp Amidst The Nilgiri Hills organized by Plan The Unplanned .
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