Top 7 Best Places To Visit in meghalaya

Shillong

Shillong, Meghalaya’s capital, is a beautiful city that is surrounded by pine trees. Named after Lei Shyllong (an idol worshipped on the Shillong Peak), it is also known as Shillong.

Elephant Falls

The Elephant Falls, named after the elephant-like stone that is at their foot, are one of the most visited falls in the North East. They are located near Shillong. Tourists love it because there are three levels of the falls that can be viewed from different angles.

Umiam Lake

Umiam Lake is a stunning man-made reservoir located 15 km north of Shillong, the capital of north-eastern Indian State of Meghalaya. After a dam was built to generate hydroelectric energy, the lake was created.

Cherrapunji

Cherrapunji, also known by Sohra as the most wet place on Earth, was once known for its double-decker living roots bridge. This sub-divisional community is located 50 kms from Shillong and is known for its rich flora, natural attractions, and beautiful surroundings.

Mawsynram

Mawsynram is the perfect place for you if you love rains. You can take a walk in the clouds and soak up the rains. It is known for being the most rainy place on the planet, with an average annual rainfall of 11,872 mm.

Mawsmai Cave #6

Caves are mysterious. Caves can be historical. Caves are fascinating. Mawsmai Cave is a cave you will love if you agree. It is the largest cave in Meghalaya. It is accessible without the need for a guide. Mawsmai Cave is a landmark that Cherrapunji has long been revered.

Mawphlang Sacred Forest #7

Meghalaya is well-known for its tropical rainforests. Mawphlang Sacred Forest is one of the most sacred and popular among them. This forest is a paradise for nature lovers. The forest is home to an amazing network of trees and plants, some of which may be over 1,000 years old.