This undisturbed beauty of nature and a pleasant disconnectedness from the real world made us want to walk forever in this jungle. Every step of this trek was indescribably adorable. A 1600 more steps up and down the hills, crossing a few hanging bridges over the flowing crystal clear river we reached the Double Decker bridge. The sight was so relaxing that made us forgot 3200 flights of stairs climbed. 1 Km uphill from here, and a tiring-exhausting walk with big steps leads to the spectacular rainbow falls - where the sunlight's interaction with waterfall leads to the formation of multiple rainbows together. Why do you need to visit the super crowded Niagara Falls when you have tremendous and picturesque sight in India?
While on the way, we came across villagers who were selling Cinnamon as fresh as the weather there, at a very low price which is in purest form, directly from the woods. It is majorly exported from India. I bought enough that would last longer 4-5 years.
On our way back down from the falls, we again stopped by the roots bridge and spent 2 hours around the bridge in the stream formed by a small waterfall at the same place. The spa fishes were in abundance in this small, crystal clear stream. We felt rejuvenated. Walking at our own pace and clicking pictures with villagers, spending time by the streams, our trek completed at 3 in the afternoon, followed by sunset at the seven sisters fall, we left for hotel to rest until next morning.