Meghalaya is one of the most beautiful states of Northeast India which attracts tourists in large numbers every year. Meghalaya literally means ‘the adobe of clouds’ and its capital is often referred to as the Scotland of the East. Tourists come to this wonderland in large numbers seeking for adventure opportunities, sightseeings and peaceful holidays.
Meghalaya has so much to offer and is famous not only for its splendid natural beauty but the Asia’s longest cave, cleanest village, wettest place on earth and living root bridges can be found in Meghalaya. The Living Root Bridges are simple suspension bridges formed by living rubber trees aerial roots by tree shaping and are around 200 years old. The most famous Living Root Bridges are in Cherrapunji in Meghalaya. Mawsmai the longest cave and Asia’s cleanest village Mawlynnog have become some of the major tourist attractions in Meghalaya. Mawsynram, the wettest place on earth with highest rainfall is on the wish list of many rain lovers all around the world.
Many beautiful waterfalls can be found in Meghalaya that are always attracting visitors. Also, the capital city of the state, Shillong has bewitching views and places you must visit in Meghalaya. Shillong is encircled by pine trees and astounding valleys that stand tall providing relief from the blazing heat across the country. This hill station has soothing and comfortable atmosphere and is suitable to visit at any time of the year. Cool gentle breezes and light drizzles make the visit more joyful. Shillong has many waterfalls, clean lakes, museums etc that magnetizes tourists and has many places of attractions too. Some of the other popular places to visit in Meghalaya are the Elephant Falls, Jowai, Nongpoh, Baghmara, Nohkhalikai Waterfalls, Dwaki, Umiam Lake and wildlife sanctuaries.
Spending your holidays in Meghalaya can take away your weariness of the city life and the atmosphere can keep you away from the hassles of populated and polluted places. Read full article at: https://www.tourgenie.com/travel-diaries/travel-blogs/witness-a-slice-of-heaven-in-meghalaya