What you need to know about Meghalaya

Moving beyond the known facts about Cherrapunjee’s rainfall and Shillong’s affinity to rock music, Meghalaya’s landscape is home to natural blue pools, living root bridges, variety of natural caves and small Khasi villages which look like a child’s painting and of course the abundant waterfalls, each one different from the other. Though it is a hilly state, great roads and the highland plateaus makes your journey through the region memorable.

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Best Season:All Year
Popular Location: Sohra, Shnongpedeng, Nongriat

Tours in Meghalaya

A traveller splashes the blue waters of the ra to your heart's desire in any of the blue pools.

    ChaloHoppo to a turquoise Meghalaya!


    After you have walked over the living root bridges and heard them breathe, camp beside a river where the only source of light is the bonfire and the starry sky. Wake up and dive into the transparent the waters of ...

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    Camping in Nongkhnum island

      ChaloHoppo to Nongkhnum Island


      Nongkhnum island in Meghalaya discovered by school children in 1996 shows that one really needs to leave the kids alone. Ostensibly said to be the second largest river island in Asia after Majuli, it is one of the ...

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