Meghalaya is a state in Northeast India. The name means "the abode of clouds" in Sanskrit. Blessed with natural attractions, The unspoilt beauty makes Meghalaya a destination that is often on the bucket list. the state has its star attractions settled amidst natural surroundings. Prominent attractions include the Double Decker living root bridges, the Nohsngithiang Falls, Umiam lake, Murlen National Park, Dawki, Baghmara, Palak Dil, Tam Dil, Dampa Tiger Reserve and Elephant Falls.
There are several known and unknown places to visit that proffers an expedition unlike any. While Cherapunjee and Shillong remain the favourite places to see in Meghalaya, the state also anticipates profound explorations and excursions. Mawlynnog is a destination that is growing popular amongst travellers. By becoming the cleanest village in India, Mawlynnog has managed to draw a lot of attention towards it. A short drive from Shillong are the forest of Mawphlang, the forest is home to sacred plant grove of Khasi Tribe. Garo Hills is yet another famed sightseeing place, a nature lover's paradise this hill is the home to the Nokrek Biosphere Reserve, Siju Wildlife Sanctuary and Balpakhram National Park. Meghalaya is also known for its multitude caves, it is believed that state has around one thousand caves. Amongst the favourites of spelunkers are Siju, Mawmluh, Mawsynram, Liat Prah and Mawsmai. A holiday in Meghalaya becomes better with witnessing the famed Nohkalikai Waterfalls and Living Root Bridge. Tribal festivals are tourist attractions as well, one of the must attend the Wangala festival of the Garo tribe that is celebrated in the autumn season.
As a part of Meghalaya Holiday Packages, we arrange visits to these caves under the total guidance of experts. Our Meghalaya tour packages also befit the interests of a trekking lover. Under this, tourists are offered with best trekking routes across the lush green forests and rugged terrains of Meghalaya.