Triple Falls

Open Time : 5:00 am to 6:00 pm

Entry : free

Address : Triple Falls Seithekema, Dimapur, Nagaland, India

Why to visit Triple Falls

From a height of over 280 feet, the Triple Falls boasts three spectacular streams of waterfalls. The water cascades into a magnificent paradise-like pool at the base of the waterfalls, creating a visually stunning spectacle that is neither harsh nor timid. The falls are a stunning example of nature's handiwork that has resulted in such a stunning sight.
This Triple Falls is unique in that it is India's only well-known triple falls. Tourists flock from all over the country and the world to enjoy an all-day picnic or, better yet, a morning to evening adventure at this location. Picnics, excursions, trekking, and other outdoor activities have all been proven to be highly safe in the deep environment surrounding the Triple Falls.
A private cab is the finest means of transport to Triple Falls. You can go to Dimapur using state buses and then take an auto rickshaw to the falls.

Location: 4 kms from the city center

FAQ on Triple Falls

When is it best to go to Triple Falls?

Between October and June is the best opportunity to travel to the Triple Falls in Dimapur. Because there has been enough rain during the monsoon, this is regarded as the finest time to visit because the scenery is very lovely and naturalistic.

Is it necessary to pay to see the Triple Falls?

No, there are no entrance fees to pay in order to see this wonder.

Is it possible for us to swim in the Triple Falls?

Visitors can swim in the pool created naturally by the waterfalls' cascading waters.

What are the closest places to Triple Falls?

The Kachari Ruins, the Zoological Park, and the Rangapahar Reserve Forest are also neighbouring attractions.

Special Tip

For security and safety reasons, visitors are not authorised to stay after a certain hour in the evening. Don't forget to bring your cameras, as this is a fantastic location for photography.

By Mehrosh Shamim

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