7 Unique Experiences you can enjoy in Meghalaya Travel

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Often referred to as the “Abode of Clouds”, Meghalaya travel is brimming with stunning natural wonders, this destination is a traveler dream with plenty of surprises planned by nature at every nook and cranny.

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Read on and learn about  the most unique experiences travel to Meghalaya can offer.

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Meghalaya Travel Experience No 7 - Visit to Asia's Cleanest Village

Even before the term 'Swachch Bharat' was coined by the present Government, people of this village have implemented it in true letter and spirit. A small village of about 87 families, villagers take turns to ensure all the public areas remain spic and span and In front of every house, there is a large rock with a deep crater in it, which is used by villagers to collect rainwater.

Meghalaya Travel Experience No 6 - Hike the David Scott Trail

Meghalaya Travel - David Scott Trail

This day trek named after a British officer is showered with mesmerizing natural wonders: flowing waterfalls, crystal clear streams, small Khasi villages, scenic valleys, lush forests, and expansive meadows.

Meghalaya Travel Experience No 5 - Trek to Wei Sawdong Falls

Meghalaya Travel - Wei Sawdong Falls

Located in the vicinity of Cherrapunjee, this three-tiered waterfall with aquamarine blue waters is a sight to behold amidst the dense jungles, however, be warned getting here is a bit of a challenge and we only recommend it active travelers who are physically fit.

Meghalaya Travel Experience No 4 - Visit the Nongriat Living Root Bridge

Meghalaya Travel - Nongriat Root Bridge

Crafted by the members of the local Khasi tribe, the 150-year-old double-decker living root bridge is the biggest of all root bridges, a bio-engineering marvel, and man-made natural wonder. This 20-meter double-decker bridge on the Umshiang River requires determination to reach but it’s worth it and is one of our most recommended experiences for Meghalaya Travel.

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Meghalaya Travel Experience No 3 - Boating at Shongpdeng

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Shnongpdeng, 8kms from Dawki is a paradise for water sports enthusiasts. From Kayaking, snorkeling to cliff jumping, you can do all here , however it is boating on the crystal-clear waters that takes the prize here , another gem of Meghalaya Travel experiences you cant afford to miss.

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Meghalaya Travel Experience No 2 - Descend into Darkness , Go Caving

Meghalaya Travel - Go CAving

Boasting the largest network of caves found on the Indian sub-continent, caving adventures here open the door to an out of the world experience, Once inside you can only marvel at the opulent formations created over thousands of years – stalagmites, stalactites, candles, cave curtains, and cave pearls to name a few. There are tours to suit all levels of fitness and experienced guides to ensure your safety.

Top Meghalaya Travel Experience- Bathe in Krang Suri Falls

Blessed with shimmering blue waters and sparkling sunlight. This heady mixture of nature is sometimes known to create a rainbow. It's truly a magical pool in nature's wonderland. Well off the tourist trail, it does take some effort getting here, but it sure is worth it and is our top Meghalaya travel experience.

That’s it folks , besides these incredible experiences , Meghalaya travel also introduces you to the fascinating culture of North East India, another reason to plan you trip here soon. 

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