Top 10 unexplored places to visit in Meghalaya

Nongkhnum Island: Located on the Brahmaputra River, it's one of the largest river islands in India, offering tranquil landscapes and pristine nature.

Nartiang Monoliths: Explore this ancient site, which houses the tallest monoliths in the world, with a rich historical and cultural significance.

Laitlum Canyons: Experience the breathtaking views of this hidden canyon, often referred to as the "End of the Hills."

Kongthong Village: Known as the "Whistling Village," it's famous for its unique practice of communicating through melodious whistles.

Nongriat Village: Trek to this remote village to witness the double-decker living root bridges and immerse yourself in the serenity of the rainforest.

Ranikor: A lesser-known gem, perfect for angling and exploring the tranquil beauty of the Umngot River.

Smit: Visit this quaint village to experience the local Khasi culture and the ancient, sacred forest of Law Kyntang.

Siju Caves: Located in the Garo Hills, these caves are a geological wonder with impressive limestone formations and underground rivers.

Balpakram National Park: Explore this untouched wilderness, home to unique flora and fauna, including the rare red panda.

Mairang: A charming town known for its scenic beauty and historical sites, including the Nongkhlaw Waterfall.

These unexplored places in Meghalaya offer a chance to connect with nature, culture, and history in a less-visited setting.

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