Wari Chora roughly means something like deep river near a high place. It’s basically a small canyon, a small hilly river with high hills on both sides. It’s located in the South Garo Hills of Meghalaya.
The road to Wari Chora doesn’t even show up on Google Maps. So, you’ll need some local help. The nearest village is Dabalgre while another major village is Emangre.
There’s one homestay in Dabalgre and one in Emangre. Facilities are limited but it’s that kind of a place.
It takes around 1.5-2 hrs from Dabalgre to the riverbank which is practically inside the jungle
Most tourists cross only a small portion of it but it is a river that eventually takes you to the Aginma Wari fish sanctuary near Emangre.
It’s not difficult but trekking through not properly marked trail takes some effort if you have never done such things before.
Of course. It has to be done with local guides only.
Naturally the rainy season will be very difficult and dangerous for traversing the river. This activity is usually done in the dry season between November to March.