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Meghalaya - abode of the clouds OR Scotland of the East

Think of scenic hills, lovely valleys, winding rivers, waterfalls, dazzling mountain streams and lakes, and you are more than likely to stumble upon the name of the north eastern India state of India, Meghalaya which shares its boundaries with Assam in the north and the east, and Bangladesh in the south and west.


The state boasts of a good forest cover and its dense jungles offer a natural habitat for several species of wildlife. About 250 species of orchids could also be seen in the jungles of the state.

Balpakram is famous for its wild elephant population. Tigers, leopards, barking deer, sambars, bisons, hoolock gibbons, boars, apes and monkeys are the other wild animals found here.

Among reptiles, numerous types of snakes, poisonous and non-poisonous lizards could be seen here. As once goes higher he comes across a vast variety of birds. Besides, close to 500 species of butterflies are also found in Meghalaya and some of them are rather hard to find elsewhere.

While the state’s wildlife remains its USP, these tourist spots of Meghalaya are in no way any less important from the tourism point of view:


The capital has much to offer to those looking for peaceful and scenic beauty. From lovely waterfalls, to cool-lush green peaks – Shillong has all. Its Ward's Lake is a beautiful place to relax and take leisurely long walks.


The wettest place on Earth, Cherrapunji is a well-known tourist destination located at a distance of 56 kms from Shillong. It is situated at an altitude of 1,300 meters above sea level. Lovely waterfalls found here make it a great spot for picnicking and related activities.

Noh Kalikai Falls

Kalikai Falls, a few kilometers to the west of Sohra (Cherrapunnji), is an amazing waterfall which is much known for its scenic beauty.

Jakrem Hot Springs

Located about 39 kms from the capital, Jakrem Hot Springs is another natural wonder and a lovely tourist hotspot.


Yet another famed attraction of the the state, Dawki is situated 96 kms away from Shillong. The Annual Boat Race held at Umngot is the USP of this place.
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