Land of Floating Clouds - Meghalaya

 
MEGHALAYAis gifted with unique climate and incredible beauty. Waterfall rolling down from the roadside Pinnacle, aroma of pine trees, flourishing vegetation and orchid flowers, mist playing an enchanting drama never fail to capture the hearts of tourists. The charm of Meghalaya is spread across Shillong,Cherrapunjee and Dawki.

Shillong

 

Shillong, also introducedas the ‘Scotland of the East’ is an ideal gateway for those who like a hearty mix of culture and nature. This hill station is known for the manicured gardens at Lady Hydari Park. The beautiful encircled by pine trees and soothing climate makes Shillong suitable to visit in all seasons as the light drizzles and the cooling gentle wind adds to the joy of visiting this destination. The major attractions here are the exciting mountain peaks, crystal clear lakes, breathtaking beautiful golf courses, etc.

 

Cherapunjee

 

Cherapunjee is the misty place on planet earth, which boasts of receiving the highest rainfall in the world. It is a lush green town located in the East Khasi Hills of the state.The major attractions of Cherrapunjee are- NohkalikaiFalls, Seven Sister Falls, Sweet Falls, Spread Eagle Falls, Crinolie Falls, Krem Mawmluh Cave, Dainthlen Waterfalls, Double decker Root Bridge, Mawsmai Cave etc.

 

Dawki

 

Dawki is famous for Umngot River, which is sandwiched between India and Bangladesh. The sunrays filtering through tall palms and betel nut trees on one side and rocky hills on the other enroute to this little paradise of nature. The jeweled emerald waters of Umngot River popularly called Dawki river looks as if belonging to another world.

 

Mawlynnong

 

Mawlynnong Village is popularly called 'God's Own Garden.' It has won international awards for being Asia's Cleanest Village. The village offers a footslog to the living root bridge at Riwai, breathtaking panorama of Bangladesh plains, the sight of the natural balancing rock, quaintnatural allure, and more.