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Damro

Mohini Chauhan
Damro charms with thatched bamboo houses, swaying suspended bridges, and laid-back lifestyle of the locals. The longest hanging bridge at Damro, sways gently over the Yamne River at the village of Adi Padam tribe, popular for their excellent war and defense skills. Renowned for its tranquility, the place is surrounded by a lovely forest known for its Gaur, a bison that has been trained to come out in the open with the promise of some salt.Things to do: Learn about their unique Donyi-Polo culture; try the local staple of smoked pork, lai (leaves), raja chilli chutney and apong (rice beer); hike and stay at pretty cottages. For stay inquires visit Abor Country Travels & ExpeditionsBest time to visit: November-May