Siju Caves

Siju Cave is located in the North East Indian state of Meghalaya near the Napak Lake and Simsang River. It is a limestone cave. The Cave is filled with water and is considered as the third longest cave system in India. In 1927 it was found that the caves have a temperature of 21–26.4 °C. 132 kms from Tura, Siju is famous for Dobakkol or the bat cave with impressive stalagmites and stalagtites. It contains some of the finest river passages to be found any where in the world. There are magnificent limestone rock formations inside, especially named princes, Di's chamber by the excavators will fill any visitor with awe.

Siju Caves, South Garo Hills
Open Now: 6am - 4pm

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Siju Cave is located in the North East Indian state of Meghalaya near the Napak Lake and Simsang River. It is a limestone cave. The Cave is filled with water and is considered as the third longest cave system in India. In 1927 it was found…

Open Now: 6am - 4pm
District Name: South Garo Hills
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Management: Siju Eco Tourism Conservation Society

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Landmark: Captain Willianson Park

Police Station: Siju Police Station

Hospital: Siju PHC

Bus Stop: Near Siju Market

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