Major Attractions

Meghalaya is known for a variety of things-to-do that will fill up your soul, leaving you asking for more !

Caving

The Caves of Meghalaya comprise a large number of caves in the Jaintia, Khasi Hills and Garo Hills districts in the Indian state of Meghalaya, and are amongst the longest caves in the world.

Arwah Cave, Sohra

Meghalaya leaves traveler with mystic nature and adventurous atmosphere which perhaps become much thrilling to travel around. Meghalaya is stretched with greenery and caves and mountains which perhaps give enthralling sight.

Arwah Cave

At a distance of 3.5 km from Cherrapunji Bus Stand, Arwah Cave is a huge cave located at Khliehshnong area of Cherrapunji in Meghalaya. Known for its limestone formations and the fossils.

Krem Lait Prah, Jaintia Hills

It is the longest natural cave in India. Liat Prah is one of approximately 150 known caves in the Shnongrim Ridge of the Jaintia Hills district in the state of Meghalaya, northeast India.

Siju Cave

132 kms from Tura, Siju is famous for Dobakkol or the bat cave with impressive stalagmites and stalagtites. It is one of the longest cave in the Indian Sub-continent and contains some of the finest river passages to be found any where in the world.

Kotsati Umlawan Cave

The entrance of Krem Kotsati is located in the centre of Lumshnong village itself. It is used as a washing place by the villagers. One needs to swim to enter the cave.

Mawsmai cave Sohra

6 kms from the Sohra market to the south lies the village of Mawsmai in the direction of Bangladesh border. At the village crossing, one passes grasslands surrounded by forests, ending in a clearing.

Siju Cave Garo Hills

132 kms from Tura, Siju is famous for Dobakkol or the bat cave with impressive stalagmites and stalagtites. It is one of the longest cave in the Indian Sub-continent and contains some of the finest river passages to be found any where in the world.

Eco - Tourism

Eco-Tourism in Meghalaya speaks volumes of the state's tryst with nature and provides food for soul.

Landscape, Khasi Hills

Khasi Hills is perhaps best known for Sohra (Cherrapunjee), geographically famous for being the wettest place on earth and also Shillong, one of the most beautiful hill stations in India.

Landscape, Khasi Hills

Khasi Hills is perhaps best known for Sohra (Cherrapunjee), geographically famous for being the wettest place on earth and also Shillong, one of the most beautiful hill stations in India.

View of Arwah

it is one of the popular caves in Meghalaya and among the spectacular tourist places in Cherrapunji. Surrounded by the thick forest of Law Shynna in Meghalaya, Arwah Cave is an absolute treat for adventure and archaeology junkies.

Mawphlang Sacred Grove

One of the most remarkable features of the Khasi Hills are the sacred forests, which have been preserved by traditional religious sanction, since the ancient days.

Lakes & Rivers

Cyrstal Clear lakes and rivers depict the beauty and purity of this region.

Ward's Lake

One of the most popular attractions of Shillong, Ward’s lake is a must-visit place when in this pristine north-eastern city. Also known as Pollock’s Lake, this artificial water body is encircled by an extensive lush garden and lies in the middle of the city.

Umiam Lake

Umiam Lake (commonly known as Barapani Lake) is a reservoir in the hills 15 km (9.3 mi) north of Shillong in the state of Meghalaya, India. It was created by damming the Umiam River in the early 1960s. The principal catchment area of the lake and dam is spread over 220 square km.

Umngot River,Dawki

Where else can you walk through a network of caves traverse bridges made from tree roots, peep down at near transparent rivers, and witness an outstanding play of rain-clouds that feed hundreds of waterfalls.

Waterfalls

While on an escapade to Meghalaya make sure to witness the beauty of the state and these enchanting waterfalls which are the hidden beauties of nature.

Dainthelen upstream

Dainthlen was the last spot we visited before returning from Cheerapunjee. This wasn't in my original plan but one of the plan I was trying to visit, Nohkalikai was not getting routed properly on Google maps.

Dainthlen Waterfall, Sohra

Just before reaching Sohra, a road to the right, leads one to the falls which is 5 kms away. Among the many falls that Cherrapunjee boasts of, Dain Thlen Falls is also one of the famous falls.

Diengdoh Waterfall,Mawkma

Diengdoh Falls, somewhere between Dainthlen and Mawkma village.

Wildlife Reserves

Where else can you walk through a network of caves traverse bridges made from tree roots, peep down at near transparent rivers, and witness an outstanding play of rain-clouds that feed hundreds of waterfalls.

Nokrek National Park

The Nokrek National Park and Biosphere Reserve is about 45 kms from Tura. Nokrek is the highest peak in Garo Hills and home to different species of wild animals including Elephants and Hoolock Gibbons.

Selbagre Hoolock Gibbon Reserve

This small area protected by the community is home to the Hoolock Gibbons, the only ape species found in India. The sacred grove in the reserve is the pride of the village and the community.