Incredible Unexplored Places to Visit in Meghalaya
Known as the cleanest village in Asia, Mawlynnong is a serene hamlet with living root bridges and lush green landscapes.
Famous for its crystal-clear Umngot River, Dawki offers surreal boat rides, allowing a glimpse into the underwater world.
Meghalaya's largest river island, Nongkhnum, charms with its pristine beauty and the tranquil Umiam River surrounding it.
While many explore Meghalaya's caves, Mawsmai offers a unique experience with its well-lit passages and stunning limestone formations.
One of the longest sandstone caves globally, Krem Dam is an adventurer's delight, promising a challenging yet rewarding exploration.
The ancient monoliths in Nartiang stand as silent witnesses to Jaintia Hills' rich history and are among the tallest in the world.
A hidden gem for spelunking enthusiasts, Siju Cave boasts impressive limestone formations and an underground river.
Offering panoramic views of the Bangladesh plains, Thangkharang Park is home to the iconic Khoh Ramhah rock, resembling a giant cone.
Tucked away in the Jaintia Hills, Shnongpdeng is a quiet riverside destination, perfect for serene boat rides and riverside camping.
An offbeat location, Dympep Valley presents breathtaking views of lush valleys and cascading waterfalls, providing a tranquil escape.
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