Planning a trip to Cherrapunji? You must read our ULTIMATE GUIDE TO CHERRAPUNJI: http://www.twobirdsbreakingfree.com/ultimate-guide-to-cherrapunji.html BREAK FREE from the 9-5 forever. MASTER long-term travel: http://www.twobirdsbreakingfree.com FOLLOW: Youtube: https://goo.gl/xbUHBs Instagram: https://goo.gl/5aK5La Facebook: https://goo.gl/AdSF7C Google+: https://goo.gl/ZBNuiY Pinterest: https://goo.gl/schWZ4 GEAR for travel film-making: Canon EOS Rebel SL 1: http://amzn.to/2srNVHk Altura ND Filter Set: http://amzn.to/2sDogec Joby GorillaPod Hybrid: http://amzn.to/2rFgFhU Fotodiox Macro Reverse Ring: http://amzn.to/2srPyEZ Rode Video Mic Go: http://amzn.to/2srGAHA Akaso EK700 4k Action Camera: http://amzn.to/2sDoZvI EDITING SOFTWARE: Adobe Premiere Pro CC: https://goo.gl/euz9sV BOOK ACCOMMODATION IN CHERRAPUNJI: https://goo.gl/bF5XWK Video description: 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. Planning a trip to Cherrapunji? You must read our ULTIMATE GUIDE TO CHERRAPUNJI: http://www.twobirdsbreakingfree.com/ultimate-guide-to-cherrapunji.html Thanks for watching!