About Meghalaya

Meghalaya, or "Abode of the clouds", comprises Khasi, Jaintia and Garo hills that are rich in biodiversity. They have the thickest surviving forests in the country in which there are several sanctuaries where flora and fauna of a myriad species exist. The state provides immense opportunities for adventure in the very lap of nature. A major attraction is the presence of about 500 natural limestone caves which people come from far and wide to see.

Meghalays’s natural beauty is most conducive for extended holidays with the hill station of state capital shillong continuing to be a hot favourite . Tucked in between Assam and Bangladesh , it is world renowned for being the wettest place on earth and is one of the most beautiful states in India.

The capital city of shillong is a good tourist base and offers a number of beautiful sites such as Ward’s lake, Lady Hydari park, polo ground, Mini Zoo, elephant Falls and countless fascinating places for tourist attractions who love to visit the hill.

For those who enjoy caving, Meghalaya is just the one place for it has 780 caves in the State, still many to be unexplored. The state also offers a variety of handcraft items such as handwoven shawls, orange, flower, honey, black mushrooms and cane work. September to April is the best season to experience the best of Meghalaya.

Attractions of Meghalaya
  • Shillong- the capital city of Meghalaya
  • Cherrapunjee
  • Mawsynram
  • Jakrem
  • Nongpoh
  • Tura
  • Nongstoin
  • Jaintia Hills
  • Khasi Hills
  • Mawphinag
  • Nartiang
  • Botanical Survey of India Orchardium
  • Dawki
  • Umngot
  • Creek
  • Pamsutia Canyon

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