: Unveiling Nature's Masterpiece
Living Root Bridges: Witness the unique bridges made of intertwined tree roots in Meghalaya's dense forests.
: Explore the wettest place on Earth, known for its breathtaking waterfalls and lush green landscapes.
: Visit the land of living clouds, famous for its stunning waterfalls and scenic viewpoints.
: Experience the crystal-clear waters of the Umngot River and take a boat ride across the border of India and Bangladesh.
: Admire the mesmerizing beauty of the tallest plunge waterfall in India, surrounded by verdant hills.
: Discover Asia's cleanest village, renowned for its well-maintained gardens, bamboo bridges, and eco-friendly practices.
: Immerse yourself in the charm of the "Scotland of the East" with its colonial architecture, bustling markets, and vibrant music scene.
Double Decker Living Root Bridge
: Trek to this unique natural wonder, where two root bridges are stacked one above the other.
Balpakram National Park
: Embark on a wildlife adventure in this lesser-known national park, home to diverse flora and fauna.
: Enjoy panoramic views of the lush green valleys and dramatic landscapes from the edge of these scenic canyons.
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