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Sirki waterfall

Author: TG Contributor
Date: 2020-04-07

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Sirki waterfall is located 17 minutes drive which is approximately 10 kilometers from Pasighat. Sarki Waterfalls is famous for the amazing waterfalls. Most of the visitors enjoy the adventurous trek and witness the marvel of nature. The Sarki waterfalls are one of the most visit places of Pasighat. This place will really mesmerize the nature lovers and the photographers. There are two levels of the waterfall and both the levels are beautiful but most of the visitors prefer the top-level waterfall and one needs to hike to reach the waterfall. Before one can view the scenic views of amazing waterfall one needs to hike of an hour through a narrow, unpaved and full of vegetation trail where you see it in all its beauty. Do not forget to wear good hiking shoes and a full length pants (might have leech), etc. The water is obviously fresh and cold during winter and during summer the water is not very cold. The water gushing out and falling from several hundred feet high rocks is an amazing and majestic view.

If you ever want to visit Pasighat and the amazing places around here is the basic itinerary. For more information please click on the link Arunachal Tour packages:

DAY 1: Arrival Dibrugarh

DAY 2: Dibrugarh – Pasighat (approx 6 to 7 hours which also include a ferry ride)

DAY 3: Visit Daying Ering Wildlife Sanctuary

DAY 4: Explore Pasighat - Excursion to Dhemaji, a border town of Assam, to visit Malinithan, Maa Manipuri Than, Gerukamukh, and Ghuguha Dol Temple.

DAY 5: Pasighat - Pangin - Pasighat

Go for an excursion to Pangin and we will drive you to Kekar Monying (Black Rock), a beautiful mountain cliff located close to Rotting, East Siang District of Arunachal Pradesh.

It was the historic site where the Adi put up a strong resistance against the British in 1911. The war was a part of a punitive expedition undertaken by the British for murdering Noel Williamson, a political officer in the previous year by Matmur Jamoh, a native of Yagrung village, Komsing, situated on the banks of Siang River.

The highlight of the tour is the hanging cane and bamboo bridge where the shooting of the film Rangoon took place.

DAY 6: Pasighat - Dibrugarh

DAY 7: Departure


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