15 Tourist Places to Visit in Meghalaya – Travel Guide

best tourist places to visit in Meghalaya

If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere.
-Vincent Van Gogh

We hope you can feel this line. Going to Meghalaya on a trip can make your dream come true. The blanket of clouds is a dream of every nature lover. The best places to visit in Meghalaya will blow your mind with exotic fruits and spices, dense forests, sparkling waterfalls, tranquil lakes, and mysterious caves. You will also find the wettest place on earth and the cleanest village of Asia here.

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Double-Decker Living Root Bridge Trek in Meghalaya

Double decker living root bridge, Meghalaya

Meghalaya- the wettest state of India, is enriched with green mountains, rivers, valleys, varieties of flora, fauna, and the famous living root bridges. Meghalaya’s most attractive living root bridge is the double-decker root bridge that can be seen at Umshiang near Nongriat village at Cherrapunjee.

The 150-years old human-made natural wonder is not unique but astounding. While there are many single root bridges in the area, this is the only one with two levels. It is more than 50 meters long with 1.5-meter width.

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Dawki -Complete Travel Guide with Attractions, How and When to Visit

dawki travel guide

Meghalaya is rich with lush green mountains, pine-covered hills, crystal clear rivers, spectacular waterfalls, and biodiversity-rich flora and fauna. It is also the wettest state of India.

While each place in the state is beautiful, some incredible places attract tourists the most. One such town is Dawki, a small hamlet nestled in the Jaintia Hills near the border of India and Bangladesh. It is famous for its crystal clear water of the Umngot river (also known as the Dawki river).

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Elephant Waterfalls Near Shillong, Meghalaya – Complete Travel Guide

Elephant Waterfalls in Meghalaya

Elephant waterfalls, one of the most famous waterfalls of Meghalaya, is located 12 km away from Shillong, the capital of Meghalaya. An elephant-shaped stone was present at its foot, and thus the falls were named after it. But gradually, the stone disintegrated and swept away because of an earthquake in 1987.

Now only the waterfalls remain, which is very popular among tourists. In the local Khasi language, the Elephant falls is known as “Ka Kshaid Lai Pateng Khohshiew”, which means ‘the three-step waterfall‘.

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