A hilly state, Meghalaya, based in north-eastern India is one of the seven North-eastern states of India. Meghalaya, meaning ‘abode of clouds in Sanskrit, is true to its name. It is famous for dense forests, high rainfall, and its varied bio-diversity, making them the best place to visit in Meghalaya. Meghalaya is bound to Assam in the northeast and Bangladesh in the south. The tribals Khasis, Garos, and Jaintias contribute a major population.
Wet, cold, slushy…and yet, so pretty! Meghalaya is magical and can really shake your soul. The land can move you with its beauty and serenity. And when you travel with us you explore some of the most unusual sights that are beyond the brochure.
Meghalaya will surprise you with the myriad attractions it has in store for you. Escape to lush green valleys and forests that encapsulate Meghalaya, a pine-fresh mountain state in the Northeast.
There are numerous Meghalaya tourist places that are well-known all over the world as it boasts some of the most spectacular waterfalls like Nohkalikai Falls, Elephant Falls, and Mawlynnong Falls; the longest caves like Krem Liat Prah and Mawsmai Caves; and the wettest places in the world like Cherrapunji and Mawsynram. Meghalaya is blessed with so many unique places that you can easily spend a month exploring this beautiful state and still miss out on some of the most interesting ones.
Here are some places to visit in Meghalaya that you should note to explore Meghalaya.
- Balpakram National Park
- Elephant Falls
- Double-decker Living Root Bridge
- Don Bosco Museum
- Kyllang Rock
- Mawlynnong Village
- Nohkalikai Falls
- Mawsmai Cave
- Umiam Lake
- Laitlum Canyon
- Mawphlang Sacred Forest