Top 4 unexplored places in Meghalaya

by Ashvini Ghatikar
Top 4 unexplored places in Meghalaya, these beautiful places will make you fall in love with the nature.

Mawlynnong village

A small village located in the lap of nature in Meghalaya. It is called God’s own Garden. This beautiful village has been awarded the title “Cleanest Village in Asia” by Discover India. The best time to visit this place is in the monsoons. The rain brightens the green grass of its surroundings, thus painting a breathtaking picture.
Also, the Khasi tribe is the biggest attraction of this small village.

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Top 4 unexplored places in Meghalaya

The other most popular attraction includes The Sky View, which is the vantage point with a viewing tower that is 85ft high and completely made out of bamboo. The landscape of Bangladesh is visible from atop the tower. Mawlynnong is a whole new world in itself, with its own traditions and own ways of life, which make it stand out from the rest, making it a most attractive destination of NorthEast India.

Living root bridges

Top 4 unexplored places in Meghalaya
Top 4 unexplored places in Meghalaya

If you’re foraging an unrivalled place to witness the Nature’s wonder, your search ends here. This natural wonder has been declared as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. The living root bridges is a rarity in itself. The bridges connect the aerial roots of one giant rubber tree and make a bridge hanging above the river. These bridges can accommodate fifty to seventy people at a time.

Krem Puri Cave

Does the hidden caves of the fictitious magical world fascinates you? Have you ever wondered if such mysterious caves actually exist on our planet? Well, they do exist and right near you, in India. The world’s longest sandstone cave has been discovered in Meghalaya, situated near East Khasi Hills.

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Top 4 unexplored places in Meghalaya
Top 4 unexplored places in Meghalaya

Krem Puri, which means “fairy cave”, in the local language, is rich in flora and fauna exclusively famous for dinosaurs’ fossils that lived about 66 million years ago- have been found.

Shnongpdeng

A village with imperturbable tranquility located along the river Umngot. This river water is so clear, you can peer into the bottom and count the stones. Whether you want to enjoy a gentle boat ride through a stretch flanked by forests or you want to take a dip into the river in scuba gear.. apart from that camping, swimming, and fishing are some of the fun outdoor activities in Shnongpdeng.

Top 4 unexplored places in Meghalaya
Top 4 unexplored places in Meghalaya

This beautiful, picturesque place will definitely give you an enthralling experience in your expedition, something that is not to be missed.

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