Nestled amidst the lush hills of Meghalaya, Wari Chora is a hidden gem that has only recently been discovered by tourists. Located in the South Garo Hills, approximately 87 km from Tura, this charming village offers a unique blend of natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. The name Wari, which means “deep river” in the local dialect, perfectly encapsulates the serene and peaceful atmosphere of this offbeat destination.
Things To Do In Wari Chora
River Rafting: Meghalaya is known for its unspoiled natural beauty and the rivers that flow through the state are no exception. The azure blue waters of these rivers provide a picturesque backdrop for river rafting and exploring the river canyon. The Rongdik river, in particular, is surrounded by a wealth of natural wonders, including caves, dense forests, and thundering waterfalls. The combination of all these elements makes for an exhilarating experience that is sure to get your adrenaline pumping.
Hiking to the falls: Amidst the cascading falls in the river, there are two particularly stunning falls – Re-nang Dare and Chibok Dare, Bawe Durga. Both of these falls require a hike to reach, but the effort is well worth it for the mesmerizing views they offer. The crystal-clear waters of these falls are a true treat for the eyes. Along with the waterfalls, there is also a fish sanctuary named Agnima Wari Fish Sanctuary, which is also a bit difficult to access but offers a unique experience. While the trek might not be all that simple, it is definitely worth the effort.
The crystal clear water and the unbelievable beauty are almost hypnotic. Meghalaya is a haven of natural beauty and boasts of having one of the cleanest and most pristine environments. There are multiple unexplored destinations in Meghalaya that are worth all your time and travel. Wari Chora is the perfect getaway for those looking to escape the heat of the city and immerse themselves in nature’s beauty.
Despite being a relatively recent addition to the tourism scene, this destination boasts a wide range of activities to enjoy. While the infrastructure for tourism is still in its infancy, the friendly locals are dedicated to ensuring that your visit is unforgettable.