Make A Charming Travel Escape To The Picturesque State Of Meghalaya

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​Exploring the earth’s natural treasures offers an unmatched thrill and Meghalaya, with its lush valleys, pristine waterfalls and otherworldly views is an experience unlike any other.

​Best Time To Visit Meghalaya?

​The perfect time to visit Meghalaya is between April and June. The weather during this time allows you to enjoy both relaxing indoors or heading out on an adventure.

​What To Do In Meghalaya?

​From serene lakes to wondrous forests, you can fulfil your wanderlust desires in the paradise of the east - Meghalaya.

​Spellbinding Root Bridges

​There are many root bridges across Meghalaya, however, some of the most renowned ones are the Ummunoi, Umkar, Ritymmen, and the Mawsaw root bridges that are easily accessible from most towns.

​Delightful Waterfalls

​If you are looking for a truly surreal experience, then Mawsawdong falls is the right choice for you. Other noteworthy waterfalls in Meghalaya include Elephant Falls, Nohkalilai Falls, Seven-Sisters Falls, Kynrem Falls.

​Green Hikes

​The beauty of hikes here is that there is often no map in hand, nor Wi-Fi to direct your steps. Some of the popular trails in Meghalaya include are David Scott’s trails, living root bridge trail, Dawki trek, Smit trail, amongst others.

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