“Abode of clouds” in Sanskrit translates to “Meghalaya”, one of the seven northeastern states of India with a population of around 3.5 lakhs. The state is mountainous, with stretches of valleys and highland plateaus and many rainfed and seasonal rivers. Siliguri Corridor or the Chicken’s neck, as it is popularly known as, connects the northeastern part with the rest of the country.For more detail Visit Us.
Meghalaya is known as the “Scotland of India” because of its highland, fog, and some of the thickest primary forest of the country. Along with its beautiful scenery, the state also offers an opportunity for mountaineering, trekking, rock climbing, caving, hiking and water sports.The important rivers in the Garo Hills region are Bandra, Daring, Sanda, Bhogai, Nitai, Dareng, Simsang and the Bhupai.
Major attractions are:
The wettest place on Earth is a must visit while traveling to this northeastern state. A lush green area with numerous beautiful waterfalls and an underground cave network makes it one of the favorite tourist spots.
One of the highest waterfalls of India falling from a height of around 340 m (1115 feet). The beautiful surrounding and the clouds make this place postcard perfect.
Double Decker Living Root Bridge
Meghalaya is known for its living root bridges, but, what makes it more special is the double-decker. It is a natural creation which is being used to cross the water body under it for hundreds of years.
Don Bosco Centre of Indigenous Culture
This museum situated in the capital city of Meghalaya, Shillong, gives a concentrated visit to each and every state of the northeast India. I cover all the aspects of each state starting from its history, terrain, culture to the present scenario. The magnificent skywalk at the top with the panoramic view of the city acts like the icing on the cake.