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20 Best Places to Visit in Meghalaya in 2022

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You know what the famous painter Vincent van Gogh once said? And if you want to ‘feel’ his words, a trip to Meghalaya can make ‘The Clouds’ a nature lover’s dream come true.

Best Places to Visit in Meghalaya in 2022

Because sparkling waterfalls, lush forests, exotic spices and fruits, mysterious caves and tranquility will blow your mind.

It’s also home to the cleanest villages and wettest places on earth! Whether you like leisurely travel, adventurous hikes, adrenaline-pumping activities, or hours of nature photography, Regardless, Meghalaya will steal your heart the moment you set your eyes on it.

Read about the 20 best places to visit in Meghalaya

  1. Double Decker Living Root Bridge, Cherrapunji.
  2. Elephant Falls, Shillong.
  3. Umngot River, Dawki.
  4. Mawlynnong Village.
  5. Umian Lake, Shillong.
  6. Nohkalikai Waterfalls, Cherrapunji.
  7. Mawsynram.
  8. Mawsmai Caves, Cherrapunji.
  9. Krem Liat Prah.
  10. Seven Sisters Falls or Nohsngithiang Falls, Cherrapunji.
  11. Lady Hydari Park, Shillong.
  12. Balpakram National Park.
  13. Dainthlen Falls, Cherrapunji.
  14. Nartiang Monoliths.
  15. Ward’s Lake.
  16. Nokrek National Park, Tura.
  17. Mawkdok Dympep Valley.
  18. Arwah Cave, Cherrapunji.
  19. Wah Kaba Falls, Cherrapunji.
  20. Rainbow Falls.

1. Double Decker Living Root Bridge, Cherrapunji : Best places to visit in Meghalaya

If you want to start your Meghalaya trip with something awe-inspiring, the Double Decker Living Root Bridge (Umshan), surrounded by the lush forests of Cherrapunji, is the place to go.

If you want to start your Meghalaya trip with something awe-inspiring, the Double Decker Living Root Bridge (Umshan), surrounded by the lush forests of Cherrapunji, is the place to go.
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At 2400 feet above sea level and 3 km long, this iconic bridge was created by connecting the roots of two ancient rubber trees.

Creative credit goes to Khasis, which grows in such a way that the roots of many such trees can be ‘trained’ (for 10 to 15 years) to form bridges. Famous for its size and amazingness, it is best known for how it combines science and nature. It is also strong enough to cross the gently flowing Umshan River.

2. Elephant Falls, Shillong : Best places to visit in Meghalaya

Named after an elephant-like rock from British times, this stunning waterfall is made up of three waterfalls. The first waterfall is wide and covered with trees, while the second falls weaker.

But the third catches the eye with the milky water that cascades happily over fern-covered rocks.

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Elephant Falls is densely vegetated on either side, making careful descents down slippery and steep steps. The good news is that you can click on the pictures of his 1st floor and his 2nd floor of the waterfall to relax and enjoy the unparalleled natural beauty.

3. Umngot River, Dawki : Best places to visit in Meghalaya

At a time when the world is suffering from pollution, it’s a bliss to see crystal clear rivers where ships seem to float in the air. Reflecting the lush greenery on both banks, the Umgot River is like a fairyland where you can spot colorful fish without jumping into the cold water.

At a time when the world is suffering from pollution, it's a bliss to see crystal clear rivers where ships seem to float in the air. Reflecting the lush greenery on both banks, the Umgot River is like a fairyland where you can spot colorful fish without jumping into the cold water.
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The gravel bed of the river is also easily visible to the naked eye. Experience the sensation of gliding across glass-like waters in a boat or kayak, or camp

on the bank.The emerald river bordering the hills of Khasi and Jaintia is magical in the sun.

If you take a boat trip, you may come across secret alcoves and short streams in the hills on either side, listening to the birds chirping. No wonder he is one of the best places in Meghalaya.

4. Mawlynnong Village : Best places to visit in Meghalaya

Located in the East Khasi Hills, Mawlynnong is not only known as India’s cleanest village, but is affectionately called God’s Own Garden. Everyone in this picture postcard village, young and old, knows the importance of hygiene, sanitation and cleanliness.

Located in the East Khasi Hills, Mawlynnong is not only known as India's cleanest village, but is affectionately called God's Own Garden. Everyone in this picture postcard village, young and old, knows the importance of hygiene, sanitation and cleanliness.
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In fact, children happily clean the roads before going to school. The village encourages collecting rainwater, and bans the use of plastic and smoking.

The icing on the cake is in the form of fragrant orchards, lush greenery and playful streams. You’ll also fall in love with the quaint European atmosphere of Epiphany Church and Nohwet’s impressive living root bridge.

5. Umian Lake, Shillong : Best places to visit in Meghalaya

Formed in the early 1960s by the damming of the Umium River, Lake Umium is essentially a reservoir with a spectacular environment. Nestled in the lush East His Khasi Hills, the lake is a major draw for those who love to watch the sunrise, allowing them to spend quality time with their loved ones while admiring the tall conifers surrounding them. It’s a quiet little picnic hideaway.

Formed in the early 1960s by the damming of the Umium River, Lake Umium is essentially a reservoir with a spectacular environment. Nestled in the lush East His Khasi Hills, the lake is a major draw for those who love to watch the sunrise, allowing them to spend quality time with their loved ones while admiring the tall conifers surrounding them. It's a quiet little picnic hideaway.
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The azure waters offer adventure seekers boating, canoeing, kayaking, skiing and sailing. You can also ride thrilling water scooters and river buses. The water of the lake is used not only for power generation, but also for irrigation, drinking water and fishing.

6. Nohkalikai Waterfalls, Cherrapunji : Best places to visit in Meghalaya

At 115 feet tall, the Nohkalikai Falls are known as the tallest waterfalls in India and one of the most beautiful spots in Meghalaya. A jewel in the lush lap of the East Khasi Hills, the waterfall cascades down the plateau and rains down. It forms a beautiful green pool below and can be reached by stairs.

At 115 feet tall, the Nohkalikai Falls are known as the tallest waterfalls in India and one of the most beautiful spots in Meghalaya.
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It is an unforgettable sight, especially when the plateau is shrouded in mist. However, the legends surrounding this waterfall are heartbreaking and may render its beauty unreal.

Reikai, who remarried after the death of her husband, is believed to have been too busy caring for her daughter to give her second husband enough love.

Driven by her jealousy and rage, her second husband killed her girl and used her meat to cook her food.

7. Mawsynram : Best places to visit in Meghalaya

Do you remember your childhood, getting wet in the rain, splashing in puddles and coming home for a hot snack, Considered the wettest place in the world, it receives the highest amount of precipitation in our country.

Do you remember your childhood, getting wet in the rain, splashing in puddles and coming home for a hot snack, Considered the wettest place in the world, it receives the highest amount of precipitation in our country.
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In fact, the average is about 467.4 inches! Of course, for avid explorers, the city of streams, caves and waterfalls is a wonderful green retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city. Mawjymbuin Cave is a special attraction for a pair of mammary-shaped stalactites floating above a large stalagmite.

8. Mawsmai Caves, Cherrapunji : Best places to visit in Meghalaya

Carved out of limestone, Mohsumai Cave is especially stunning during the day with its bizarre curves, spirals, grooves and jagged torches.

Carved out of limestone, Mohsumai Cave is especially stunning during the day with its bizarre curves, spirals, grooves and jagged torches.
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Guests can explore up to 150 meters while the rest of the caves are closed. But you still have the opportunity to admire nature’s handiwork and see what water wear can do.

The stalactites and stalagmites in the caves are eye-catching for their unusual shapes.Bats and many insects make these caves their home, which adds to their wild beauty. Be aware that you will have to bend down and squeeze at a few points while exploring the labyrinth of caves here.

9. Krem Liat Prah : Best places to visit in Meghalaya

Krem Liat Prah is said to be India’s longest natural cave and is one of Meghalaya’s main attractions. It is a strange and impressive gem, now 25 km long.

Krem Liat Prah is said to be India's longest natural cave and is one of Meghalaya's main attractions. It is a strange and impressive gem, now 25 km long.
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Surrounded by the lush Jaintia Hills, the cave is expected to grow even longer and has other caves linked through the Abode of the Clouds Expedition project.

The Mammoth Trunk Passage, known as the Airplane Hangar, is particularly stunning with its unusual rock formations, ridges, ridges and curves. Made of sandstone and limestone, Krem Liat Pula looks very mystical and will remain in your memory for years to come.

10. Seven Sisters Falls or Nohsngithiang Falls, Cherrapunji : Best places to visit in Meghalaya

The wet season is the best time to visit this dramatic waterfall that drops from 1,000 feet (315 m) and is one of the tallest in the country.

As the name suggests, there are seven plots fed by rainwater that flows forcefully over the limestone cliffs of the Eastern Oak Hills. Surrounded by greenery, the sun’s rays (note the rainbow effect) filtering through the cascading water creates a mesmerizing sight.

11. Lady Hydari Park, Shillong : Best places to visit in Meghalaya

Sometimes you need a quiet place to gather your thoughts and relax. Lady Hydari Park, with its Japanese garden and several ponds, is he one such place.

Sometimes you need a quiet place to gather your thoughts and relax. Lady Hydari Park, with its Japanese garden and several ponds, is he one such place.
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You can see lively fish and cute ducks in the lakes of the park here. Beautiful drooping willow trees, manicured hedges, manicured sidewalks,

Orchids and rhododendrons attract photography enthusiasts to this sprawling park.

There is a playground for small children and a small zoo. Named after the wife of Mohammed Saleh Akbar Hydari, the last British-appointed governor of Assam, this lush park houses a museum where you can learn more about Meghalaya’s fascinating biodiversity.

12. Balpakram National Park : Best places to visit in Meghalaya

Located in the beautiful and lush South Gallo Hills, Balpakulam National Park covers an impressive 220 km². If you want to experience encounters with Indian elephants, barking deer, red pandas, Bengal tigers and wild buffaloes at altitudes above 900m, this is the place.

Located in the beautiful and lush South Gallo Hills, Balpakulam National Park covers an impressive 220 km². If you want to experience encounters with Indian elephants, barking deer, red pandas, Bengal tigers and wild buffaloes at altitudes above 900m, this is the place.
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The dense vegetation consists mainly of tropical deciduous and subtropical trees, and you can also see a variety of colorful bird calls. If you’re interested in carnivorous plants, they live in this park.

Not only is this park ideal for hiking and trekking, but it offers exciting views of deep canyons, cliffs, and waterfalls. Legend has it that spirits take refuge here before heading to their final destination.

13. Dainthlen Falls, Cherrapunji : Best places to visit in Meghalaya

Amazing is the best word to describe what it feels like to visit Dyslane Falls, where beautiful rapids plunge from 300 feet in bubbly beauty. Not only is it a great photo opportunity, but the road to it is also a viewpoint.

Amazing is the best word to describe what it feels like to visit Dyslane Falls, where beautiful rapids plunge from 300 feet in bubbly beauty. Not only is it a great photo opportunity, but the road to it is also a viewpoint.
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The creek formed by this waterfall is bridged over and can be crossed or used as a backdrop for photography. The legend surrounding the waterfall is also unique. Once believed, Sren, a giant demonic python, terrorized the region with her power and greed. Brave men caught a snake and used large stones to break the hood near this waterfall.

In fact, there are snake carvings in the rocks of this area, a reminder of the price greed and evil must pay.

14. Nartiang Monoliths : Best places to visit in Meghalaya

If unusual or surreal places come to mind for travelers, the Monolith Gardens in Nartian, Jaintia district is one of the great places to visit in Meghalaya.

If unusual or surreal places come to mind for travelers, the Monolith Gardens in Nartian, Jaintia district is one of the great places to visit in Meghalaya.
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Large, tall monoliths adorn the gardens in homage to bygone kings. It is a heritage site with flat monoliths or dolmens reserved for women and upright monoliths or menhirs reserved for men. The tallest monolith rises in the center, making for a mesmerizing sight.

15. Ward’s Lake : Best places to visit in Meghalaya

The picturesque Lake Ward was the brainchild of Sir William Ward, the British chief secretary of Assam. The lake is colorful, full of orchids and tall trees provide pleasant shade.

The picturesque Lake Ward was the brainchild of Sir William Ward, the British chief secretary of Assam. The lake is colorful, full of orchids and tall trees provide pleasant shade.
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You can feed the lake’s fish and ducks from the bridge or by boat. More than just clicking unforgettable photos, you can quench your thirst and indulge your taste buds in the cafeteria here.

16. Nokrek National Park, Tura : Best places to visit in Meghalaya

Part of the beautiful green West Gallo Hills, Knockwreck National Park is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. The vast 47.48 km² park is located near Tula Peak and is home to red pandas, Asian elephants, marble cats and tigers, macaques and a wide variety of bird species.

Part of the beautiful green West Gallo Hills, Knockwreck National Park is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. The vast 47.48 km² park is located near Tula Peak and is home to red pandas, Asian elephants, marble cats and tigers, macaques and a wide variety of bird species.
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The vegetation here is diverse and breathtaking. You can also see beautiful and exotic orchids. If you’re looking for adventure, the park has some great trails for hiking and trekking. You can also relax near waterfalls, click photos and breathe fresh air.

17. Mawkdok Dympep Valley : Best places to visit in Meghalaya

Imagine gazing at the spectacular V-shaped chasm that densely forested hills form on either side. A vantage point where you can enjoy unforgettable views of the vivid green valley is on Shillong – Cherrapunji Road.

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Most tourists take panoramic photos from the Dhuang Sin Siem Bridge. is mesmerizing as the lights and shadows of its game, with fog and clouds swirling overhead.

18. Arwah Cave, Cherrapunji : Best places to visit in Meghalaya

Trekking through giant caves filled with unique limestone formations and mysterious fossils (believed to be millions of years old) sounds exciting? Well, Arwah Caves is definitely Meghalaya’s attraction.

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It’s one of those places. Whether you love time travel or are adventurous, this cave in the jungles of Lo Xinna is a gold mine! Besides stalactites and stalagmites, you’ll also come across a stream here.

With ridges, undulations, dark chasms, and strange tunnels, exploring many parts of this cave may require squeezing through tight spaces and sometimes even crawling. But as long as you have a torch, it will be an unforgettable experience.

19. Wah Kaba Falls, Cherrapunji : Best places to visit in Meghalaya

One look at Wau Kaba Falls is enough to understand why locals believe there are two fairies living here. It’s as if it suddenly appeared as if by magic! This spectacular waterfall that cascades down sheer cliffs is seasonal.

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During the monsoon season, the crystal-clear water cascades down the 170-190m gorge is a must-see. Reaching the lookout requires a bit of a hike, making it an adventurous experience. Surrounded by lush greenery, this waterfall is the perfect spot for vacation photos.

20. Rainbow Falls : Best places to visit in Meghalaya

Rainbow Falls in the remote village of Nongriat, straight out of a fairy tale, is a must-see. As the name suggests, you can see a beautiful rainbow when the sun hits the rapids The waterfall is rocky and a bit steep.

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But once you arrive at the site and take a dip in the beautiful bottom pool surrounded by large boulders, you’ll feel immensely satisfied. Be sure to bring dry food and water and stay at least one night in Nonggriat village to avoid tiring on the trek.

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