Chhoie Waterfall is in Tirthan Valley but and a brave destination for tourists.
The trek to Chhoie Waterfall starts from two points, one from Shoja where you can find a forest rest house, and another from Nagini village. If you’re feeling adventurous, I suggest taking the long route from Shoja, which is about 3 kilometers long. Don’t worry, the scenic views of greenery everywhere will keep you company! However, I must warn you, this is a hard trek. So, if you’re not familiar with the area, it’s best to go with a guide or a local.
Why, you ask? One tourist saw a leopard lurking around the path. Can you believe it? So, it’s better to be safe than sorry.
Once you reach the waterfall, you’ll be greeted by the sound of crystal clear water falling on rocks. It’s breathtaking! The waterfall is named after the local deity Chhoi Mata, and before you see the waterfall, you’ll come across a tree where locals worship the goddess. It’s fascinating to see their traditions and beliefs.
The trek back to Nagini village is much smoother, and you’ll even come across a nallah that originates from the fall.