Top 5 Things That Make Meghalaya India’s Adventure Playground

Last updated: December 22, 2017

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Salubrious weather with plentiful rainfall, diverse natural aesthetic with breath-taking scenic beauty and incredible culture makes Meghalaya one of the most visited destinations of North East. The limestone plateau is brimming with a plethora of attractions for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts. From enchanting tree bridges to exhilarating treks, here are top 5 things that will make you plan a trip to Meghalaya today.

Mawlynnong Village

Apart from being Asia’s cleanest village, Mawlynnog also houses some of the rarest natural wonders in the North East. The site of Mawlynnog waterfall pushing its way through the lush vegetation is truly mesmerizing. The live root bridge is another major attraction that just cannot be missed.

Laitlum Canyon

A paradise for trekkers, the Laitlum Canyon in Shilong is another lesser-known attraction in Meghalaya. Although the terrain is a challenging one, the jaw-dropping scenic beauty of the trek makes it worth the effort. Once you reach the top, Meghalaya’s panoramic view will surely take your breath away.The Lwai falls that can be visited on the way back from trek is another astounding beauty you’ll fall in love with.

Nongriat Village

Nestled in the heart of the rainiest place in India, Cherapunjee, the Double Decker Living Root Bridge of Nongriat village is a site to behold. It must be remembered that the tumultous journey to the bridge is not one that can be easily maneuvered.

Umiam Lake

Located in Nongpoh, Meghalaya the Umiam Lake is basically a reservoir built by a dam. During the winters the Lake is brimming with water that gives it a quaint look, while during the summer water level lowers and the surface of the lake can be seen. Tourists can enjoy incredible water sports as well.

Mawsmai Cave

Eerily dark with narrow paths entwining each other, the Mawsmai cave offers a thrilling experience unlike any other. The striking stalagmite and stalactite formations in the cave further ads to the exciting experience.

Get in touch with Vistara tours if you feel like planning a trip to Meghalaya.


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