Someshwari River in East Garo Hills, Meghalaya, India - get details, & find more attractions to visit nearby

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Someshwari River

Someshwari River

Lake/ River/ Ponds

About Someshwari River

known as Simsang River in the Indian state of Meghalaya, is a major river in the Garo Hills of Meghalaya and Netrakona District of Bangladesh. It divides the Garo Hills into two parts.



Attractions near Someshwari River

Balpakram National Park27.33km from Someshwari River

Balpakram National Park is a national park in the south of Garo Hills in Meghalaya, Balpakram National Park is a national park in the south of Garo Hills in Meghalaya,

Siju caves27.51km from Someshwari River

Also known as Bat Cave, is located in the North-East Indian state of Meghalaya.  It is a limestone cave and is famous for its stalagmites and stalactites. This cave system is more than 4 kilometers long but nearly all of it is filled with water and inaccessible.

Nokrek National Park44.44km from Someshwari River

Nokrek National Park, the core area of Nokrek Biosphere Reserve, is a national park located approximately 2 km from Tura Peak in West Garo Hills . UNESCO added this National park to its list of Biosphere Reserves in May 2009. Nokrek has a remnant population of the red panda that has generated curiosity across the world.

Kshaid Langshiang68.88km from Someshwari River

This is a waterfall located in the West Khasi hills district. The total height of the falls is generally quoted at around 337 metres.Considering the height to be correct, it is the 3rd highest waterfalls in India.

Pelga Falls70.58km from Someshwari River

Pelga Falls is an extremely popular destination for tourists who are anglers and picnickers. It is an absolute paradise for nature lovers, as the ambiance of the place is extremely calm and peaceful. Pelga Falls is an extremely popular destination for tourists who are anglers and picnickers. It is an absolute paradise for nature lovers, as the ambiance of the place is extremely calm and peaceful.

Double Root Bridge103.51km from Someshwari River

Root bridges are handmade from the aerial roots of rubber fig trees (Ficus elastica) by the Khasi and Jaintia peoples of the mountainous terrain along the southern part of the Shillong Plateau. They take around fifteen years to fully develop. While most of the living root bridges are single decked, this one here is special- with two decks.

Where is Someshwari River

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East Garo Hills1 attractions

A place that is filled with natural beauty. the climate and natural beauty is the main attraction if this district.