Triple Falls

Triple Falls, Dimapur: Address, Triple Falls Reviews: 4.5/5

Triple Falls
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Jili.M
By Jili.M
Offbeat trek in Dimapur
Nov 2018
Near Chumukedima, a village found on the outskirts of the city of Dimapur in Nagaland, there is a seldom visited waterfall sequestered deep inside the lush tropical jungle that is known as "Triple falls". We embarked upon a journey to the waterfall from the Patkai Christian College in Chumukedima. Two local boys we met at the church however advised that we take a guide, but upon realizing that we were not willing to do so, one of the boys gave us his best directions so that we could find the way ourselves. The trail first led us down between two local fishing ponds, crossed a riverbed with little water, crossed a dubious bridge over the same river further on and then brought us down to the riverbed itself. It was now an hour’s walk or so upstream along the mostly dried up riverbed. We were thankful it was the dry season and this was not a raging torrent. There were two short gorge sections on the way with steep rocky cliffs, small waterfalls and deep plunge pools. We were still in doubt as to whether we were going the right way at all, when suddenly the waterfall appeared in the distance through the bamboo leaves. There is a large pool right at the foot of the waterfall just ahead of here. We suspect that there two more waterfalls further ahead of this one which is why they all together termed as 'triple falls'. The debris and large boulders piled up in the riverbed just ahead suggest that the river can become very violent and powerful here after heavy rains.

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Jili.M
Dublin, Ireland82 contributions
Nov 2018
Near Chumukedima, a village found on the outskirts of the city of Dimapur in Nagaland, there is a seldom visited waterfall sequestered deep inside the lush tropical jungle that is known as "Triple falls". We embarked upon a journey to the waterfall from the Patkai Christian College in Chumukedima.

Two local boys we met at the church however advised that we take a guide, but upon realizing that we were not willing to do so, one of the boys gave us his best directions so that we could find the way ourselves. The trail first led us down between two local fishing ponds, crossed a riverbed with little water, crossed a dubious bridge over the same river further on and then brought us down to the riverbed itself. It was now an hour’s walk or so upstream along the mostly dried up riverbed. We were thankful it was the dry season and this was not a raging torrent.

There were two short gorge sections on the way with steep rocky cliffs, small waterfalls and deep plunge pools. We were still in doubt as to whether we were going the right way at all, when suddenly the waterfall appeared in the distance through the bamboo leaves.

There is a large pool right at the foot of the waterfall just ahead of here. We suspect that there two more waterfalls further ahead of this one which is why they all together termed as 'triple falls'. The debris and large boulders piled up in the riverbed just ahead suggest that the river can become very violent and powerful here after heavy rains.
Written 24 March 2019
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

vmsatheesh22
Kochi (Cochin), India1,348 contributions
Dec 2018 • Friends
Triple falls , good and beautiful place to visit and enjoy few hours, we visited few places in Nagaland , best one is this , superb
Written 17 December 2018
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Dr Narendra Chattopadhyaya
Abohar, India14 contributions
Oct 2018 • Family
Genuine Natural Forest beauty. It is said that once Arjun, the character of the Mahabharata, took bath under this water fall. Pin drop silent. Enjoyed a lot.
Written 17 October 2018
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rajesh_parashar89
Guwahati, India196 contributions
Nov 2017
Triple Falls are located in the huge city of Dimapur in Nagaland. They are particularly located in Seithekima Village, these three beautiful and glistening streams cascade from a height of 280 ft into a natural pool making the entire view stunning. The falls and the adjacent areas are well maintained by the tourism department of Nagaland with natural blooms. The heart warming waterfalls are not only for sightseeing but they also offer trekking opportunity as well. The triple falls give a wonderful view to the tourists and it is indeed one of the best places to visit in Dimapur, Nagaland.

POPULAR THINGS TO DO & SEE IN AND AROUND
Triple Falls are one of the prime tourist attractions in Dimapur, you can spend a day at this spot for a picnic and then plan an excursion tour to nearby places which will steal your heart. Rangapahar Reserve Forest is one of them where you can see varieties of animals conserved in a habitat. Kachari Ruins is the place apt for history lovers; other places to see in North East are Shiva temple, Zoological Park, local restaurants and food, Diezephe Village and various hopping destinations.

GETTING THERE
Transportation to Triple Falls can be best done by a private cab. You can get state transport buses to reach Dimapur and then avail auto rickshaw to reach the falls.

BEST TIME TO VISIT
October to June is the best time to visit Triple Falls and since it is a hilly area the temperature is moderate and you can enjoy the pleasant weather. However, till March the weather is best because the place does not receive any rainfall during that time.
Written 4 May 2018
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Cyclivist
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India543 contributions
Mar 2018 • Friends
Triple Falls are located in Seithekima Village which is close to Dimapur. The falls are very nice and you are recommended to visit it. The place is clean and good for trekking and photography.
Written 5 April 2018
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sannanitdgp
Assam, India44 contributions
Dec 2016 • Friends
place is perfect for trekking and beautiful.the falls are beautiful.please carry your own food enroute as it is difficult to find anything to eat on the way.Once we reached the destination,the view was soothing .
Written 24 January 2017
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savio_pinto12
Mumbai, India370 contributions
May 2016 • Friends
What a magnificent waterfall!!! Yes, these would be the only expression as soon as you reach to the most enchanting spot near Kohima. It is about 280 feet waterfalls which falls into a natural pool and is located in the vicinity to Seithekima village near to Dimapur. The place is best for the day excursion and quite popular as a picnic spot. Also, it is delight for the trekkers and offers great scenes having great surroundings of lush green vegetations. Though the connectivity to this place is not so comfortable but it seems negligible as soon as one reaches this fabulous site.
Written 28 October 2016
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renthlei_tetei
Mumbai, India263 contributions
May 2016 • Friends
It is about an hour's drive from the city centre and takes you through a scenic road to this place. As the name suggests the falls is a three-tier waterfall which cascades from a height of 280 feet into an inviting natural pool. It is a perfect destination for the trekkers and the adventure lovers who can also trek up the waterfalls during the winter months when there is relatively lesser water.
Written 28 October 2016
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khushbu3101
Dibrugarh, India353 contributions
Jul 2016 • Couples
It is a must visit place in Dimapur.It is a fall which is in three steps.Take an auto and reach patkai christian college and set walking.Also hire a guide for help.
Written 31 August 2016
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SunilTiwari1987
Dibrugarh, India393 contributions
Jul 2016 • Couples
It is a fall which is in three steps.You need to walk in jungle before reaching this place and once you reached the place it was so beautiful.Go with a guide or known person to reach the place.Nice experience.
Written 30 August 2016
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