Shillong, 20th July: Living root bridge is one of the finest marvels of nature situated in Meghalaya. This bridge is nature made and amazes the travellers by its beauty.
Living root bridges are made of rubber roots
The living root bridges are made of rubber roots by the tribes of Garo and khasi. Most of them are 100 feet long and it takes almost 10 to 15 years to make the bridges.
Living root bridges are recognised as Heritage site of India by UNESCO
Living root bridges are so beautiful and appealing that a throng of people from all over the world comes to visit the living root bridges. The site is also recognised as a Heritage site of India by UNESCO.
Best time to visit living root bridges
Just about the monsoon season for visiting living root bridges as the monsoon in Meghalaya is very dangerous. Travellers can pack their backpacks and plan a trip to Meghalaya to visit the living root bridge in the months of February to April. The nearest major railway station of the living root bridge is Guwahati, which is around 140kms from Cherrapunjee.