Incredible Unexplored Places to Visit in Meghalaya

Mawlynnong Village: Known as the cleanest village in Asia, Mawlynnong is a serene hamlet with living root bridges and lush green landscapes. 

Dawki: Famous for its crystal-clear Umngot River, Dawki offers surreal boat rides, allowing a glimpse into the underwater world.

Nongkhnum Island: Meghalaya's largest river island, Nongkhnum, charms with its pristine beauty and the tranquil Umiam River surrounding it.

Mawsmai Cave: While many explore Meghalaya's caves, Mawsmai offers a unique experience with its well-lit passages and stunning limestone formations.

Krem Dam: One of the longest sandstone caves globally, Krem Dam is an adventurer's delight, promising a challenging yet rewarding exploration.

Nartiang Monoliths: The ancient monoliths in Nartiang stand as silent witnesses to Jaintia Hills' rich history and are among the tallest in the world.

Siju Cave: A hidden gem for spelunking enthusiasts, Siju Cave boasts impressive limestone formations and an underground river. 

Thangkharang Park: Offering panoramic views of the Bangladesh plains, Thangkharang Park is home to the iconic Khoh Ramhah rock, resembling a giant cone.

Shnongpdeng: Tucked away in the Jaintia Hills, Shnongpdeng is a quiet riverside destination, perfect for serene boat rides and riverside camping.

Dympep Valley View: An offbeat location, Dympep Valley presents breathtaking views of lush valleys and cascading waterfalls, providing a tranquil escape.

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