Top 12 Tourist Destinations In MeghalayaMeghalaya is one of the most visited destinations in the northeast, due to the diversity of natural aesthetic generosity here. It is considered the hot spot of all the cultural and natural things existing in perfect harmony with constructive human endeavors. To this day, it remains one of those rare places that can be visited year-round and that always compensate for the thirst for retirement of all travelers. Here are 12 places to visit in Meghalaya that will leave you visually surprised and mentally relaxed.
Mawlynnong Village (Shillong): - The village of Mawlynnong in Meghalaya has been consecutively voted as the cleanest village in Asia and is one of the places to visit in Meghalaya. It is difficult to spot a single piece of straw or dusty roads here. The roads seem to be freshly laid and the village stands out to shelter some of the rarest natural wonders of the northeast, like the waterfall of Mawlynnong, which walks through lush vegetation and descends into the waters Clear. The Living root bridge here (not to be confused with the two-storey bridge at Cherapunjee) is the main attraction for all visitors while the rocks here supported by nothing but pint stones, are a mystery to the archaeological travelers who Come here. The travelers of this part of Meghalaya vouch for the village of Mawlynnong as one of their most serene and humblest choices for a retreat.
Laitlum Canyon (Shillong): - If you are a real trekker, then the Laitlum Canyon should arrive at your list of trekking excursions in the northeast. The terrain is a bit difficult to maneuver but with the right tools and a good understanding of local guidelines, it's a trek worth doing. Easily completed in the space of about 4-5 hours, the panoramic view of Meghalaya from the top if breathtaking. A multitude of shades, from Browns to various reds at sunrise and sunset and earthy tones during the day with an incomprehensible expanse without end of the four sides is staggering. As you descend, be sure to ask for directions to the Lwai to overcome the fatigue of this trek at Meghalaya.
Double Decker Living Root Bridge (Nongriat Village, Cherapunjee): - The living Root Bridge of Double Decker, in the heart of the most rainy place in India, Cherapunjee, Meghalaya is known worldwide as one of the most unique natural structures, strongly anchored since its creation and frequented by the Travelers from all over the world. But as it is said, all good things come after a tumultuous journey, the hike to the bridge located in the village of Nongriat, Cherapunjee is not for the shy. After about 2000 slippery steps along the moss-covered stairs, where even the athletes have to wear a cane to avoid an injury, the bridge enters its line of sight. Nevertheless, this makes it one of the places to visit in Meghalaya that you can not afford to miss!