Tuilha Kol waterfalls located at Chalwa village in Kangpokpi district :: 4th July 2018

A three-day expedition starting from July 4 2018 to explore 'Tuilha Kol' waterfalls located at Chalwa village in Kangpokpi district.

The literal meaning of the place is 'Tuilha' which means waterfall and 'Kol' which means hill or mountain.

This enchanting hill ranges have three waterfalls which are the main source of river water.

To reach the waterfall, the team passed through rough terrain and a dense forest area. To reach the waterfalls, one has to cross two hill ranges. The team came across a place where stones were piled up around the tress.

The villagers have expressed their strong desire to take up developmental programmes like better connectivity with district headquarter by the state government.

The villagers further expressed their strong concern for developing Tuilha Kol waterfalls as a tourist destination.

This expedition was organised by the DIPR team on 4th July 2018

Picture Credit :: Lamdamba Oinam

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