Meghalaya also known as the “abode of clouds” is situated in the northeast part of India.
Meghalaya was formed by carving out two districts from the state of Assam: the United Khasi Hills and Jaintia Hills, and the Garo Hills on 21 January 1972. Also, known as one of the wettest places on the earth and famously named “Scotland of the East”, not only Meghalaya is one of the rarest places in India but also one of the states that is famous for its unique traditions and cultures. If all of these things are not enough to make you curious about Meghalaya let’s have a look at some of the places that you can visit.
One of India’s seven sister states is the hilly state of Meghalaya, which is located in North East India. True to its name, this endearing state will enchant you with its verdant valleys, thick forests, abundant rainfall, and diverse bio-diversity. Meghalaya is home to more than simply lush, green scenery and thunderclouds. In this Meghalaya tour, you will get the chance to see pristine natural beauty because it is surrounded by the Khasi, Garo, and Jaintia hills. There are many locations to visit in Meghalaya, including breathtaking hills, cascading waterfalls, and lovely valleys.
Aahvan’s Meghalaya tour packages offer a selection of immersive tours and activities that may be used to explore the main Meghalaya sightseeing.
Best Places to Visit
Shillong: Shillong is the capital of Meghalaya home to mountains, and lakes with some of the clearest waters, museums, and waterfalls which you can be found mostly all year round as the state is especially known for its rainfall.
Places that are must-visit in Shillong are Mawlynnong gardens, Elephant falls, Ward’s Lake, All Saints Cathedral, and Shillong peak.
Living Root Bridge: It is one of the oldest natural bridges in the world made up entirely of roots and rubber tress The Living Root Bridge is situated in Cherrapunji.
The double-deck bridge is 3km long and has a height of 2400 ft with the Umshiang river flowing beneath it. The bridge can hold approximately 50 people at one time.
Dawki: If you are going to Meghalaya then a trip without Dawki is probably incomplete, with some of the cleanest water rivers and some of the most photographic views Dawki is easily one of the most famous tourist places not only that the place is connected to the border of Bangladesh.
Rongbang Dar Waterfalls: What’s better than seeing a waterfall that is surrounded by forest scenery, bamboo trees, and birds? The calming beautiful environment that surrounds this place makes it not only makes it one of the most famous places. You can spend an entire day there just listening to the beautiful sound of waterfalls and birds while being in nature’s feast.
Elephant falls: (The Three-Step Waterfalls) It is entirely surrounded by forest and is 12km long, one of the most popular falls in Meghalaya.
Don Bosco Museum: If you are someone that likes to learn about places and cultures then Don Basco Museum is the best place to visit. Situated in Shillong it’s a seven stores historical place with seventeen galleries and shows that help you understand the culture and history of north India.
Mawlynnong Village: This village is probably cleaner than your city don’t believe me well Mawlynnong village is known as the cleanest village in Asia. With its clean roads beautiful falls, unique bamboo tree houses that you can stay in, and beautiful views Mawlynnong is one of the most exotic places to visit situated in the east of Shillong this is must visit place in Meghalaya.
Holiday packages from Aahvan are the best option for you if you want to take a memorable trip to Meghalaya. The largest selection of fully customizable Meghalaya tours is available on Aahvan.com.
Best of Khasi Hills Meghalaya
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