best hidden places to visit in meghalaya 2023

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Mawryngkhang Trek

The journey, which is locally known as the Bamboo Trail Meghalaya, starts in the remote Meghalayan town of Wahkhen in the East Khasi Hill areas.

Dainthlen Fall

Cascading down from a height of about 90 m, Dainthlen Falls is among the famous waterfalls in Cherrapunji which attracts large number of tourists every year 

Umiam lake

The beautiful man-made reservoir known as Umiam Lake is situated 15 kilometres north of Shillong, the capital of the Meghalayan state in northeastern India.

Mawsmai Cave

In the North East Indian state of Meghalaya, close to Cherrapunji, sits the magnificent Mawsmai Cave. Limestone makes up part of the Khasi Hills.

NohKaLikai Fall

The highest fall waterfall in India is Nohkalikai Falls. It is 340 metres tall. The waterfall is situated close to Cherapunji, one of the wettest places on Earth, in the Indian state of Meghalaya.

Double Decker Living Root Bridge

Explore this 2.6-mile out-and-back track in Meghalaya close to Shella Bholaganj. It takes an average of 2 hours, 13 minutes to complete.

Lyngksiar Fall

The village's most beautiful waterfall is this one. It got its name from the rare Tiew Lyngksiar orchid.

Mawkdok Dympep Valley View Point

When we arrived to the Mawkdok viewpoint, it was pouring heavily outside, but we still made the choice to enter to see the view.

Khasi Heritage Village

To represent the traditional way of life of the Khasi tribes, the Khasi Heritage Village was built. The village has traditional Khasi-built houses with bedrooms, kitchens, storehouses, etc.