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Treasures of meghalaya

  • Cherrapunji

  • Balpakram National Park

  • Shillong

  • Elephant Falls

  • Double-decker Living Root Bridge

  • Don Bosco Museum

  • Kyllang Rock

  • Mawlynnong Village

  • Baghmara

  • Nohkalikai Falls

  • Mawsmai Cave

  • Umiam Lake

  • Tura

  • Jowai

  • Nongpoh

  • Dawki

  • Williamnagar

  • Laitlum Canyon

  • Mawsynram

  • Mawphlang Sacred Forest



 Cherrapunji is regarded as one of the wettest places on earth as the highest rainfall is foreseen during the year. Tourists from around the world come here to see the Dain-Thlen, Kynrem, and Nohkalikai waterfalls that are known as the popular waterfalls of Cherrapunji. The town encompasses some of the best waterfalls in Meghalaya.

Major attractions here are Living-Root bridges, Mawsmai cave, Seven sisters falls, Eco-park and a garden of caves. As it is situated in a forest, it does not have the option of luxury stay rather you will get resorts in Meghalaya and some hotels in the lap of nature which will be a great fit to stay with family and friends.


The evergreen Meghalaya which has dense forests spread out everywhere around the state is also known for the amazing waterfalls. Elephant Falls, the beauty of Meghalaya, has the elephant-like stone at its foot. One of the most popular falls in the North-East, visting here in one ofthe best things to do in Meghalaya.

The majestic Elephant falls were alluded to as ‘Ka Kshaid Lai Patang Khohsiew’ by the nearby Khasi individuals, which signifies ‘The Three Step Waterfalls’, as these falls comprise of three wonderful falls in progression. The first of the three waterfalls are tucked between the thick trees and are wide.

The subsequent fall decreases to thin strands of water and is practically insignificant in winters because of the retreating water levels. The third and the most visible waterfall to the naked eye is the tallest with clear water streaming like a sheet of milk striking on rocks in the background. With majestic surroundings and scenic views, this waterfall is one of the most sought-after places to visit near Shillong.




The cleanest village in Asia? Yes, the Mawlynnong village. It is one of the most exotic locations in Meghalaya to go through the day. From beautiful waterfalls and root bridges to a clean environment and the scenic view, this town invites you with everything that is basic to make your Meghalaya excursion pivotal. Apart from this, there are numerous bamboo houses where you’ll need to have a stay to adapt more with the location.


Umiam Lake, a beautiful man-made reservoir is situated at 15 kilometers north of Shillong. The lake was shaped after a dam was developed to produce hydroelectric power. The picturesque Umiam Lake is enclosed by lavish green East Khasi slopes that makes for an encompassing sights for nature lovers. The dawn at the lake is a treat to witness with naked eyes and shouldn’t be missed. Tourists can take a long boat ride in the lake, and adventure junkies can appreciate drifting and different water-sports.



Dawki needs no introduction. It is one of the most popular tourist places in Meghalaya. Known for its clear river, Dawki is one of the most instagrammable places on earth. If you are visiting Meghalaya anytime soon, then you should put Dawki on your itinerary. Since it is sandwiched between India and Bangladesh, it is also a major trade hub.

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