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7 Reasons Why Meghalaya

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Have you seen the grand nature fold before your eyes? Have you seen it all? Do you believe the beautiful forests only exist in fairy tales or movies? If so, you are in for a magical treat. 

Welcome to the abode of clouds- Meghalaya. Meghalaya is said to be one of the wettest places on earth, here a beautiful amalgamation of rain and sun can be seen unfolding which is an absolute treat to your eyes.

Here we will give you 7 reasons which will make you pack your bags for the Meghalaya trip.

  1.   The Mystique Nature


Meghalaya offers you living root bridges!! Yes, you read it right. You must have seen different kinds of bridges in cities, read about suspension bridges, or might have seen rope bridges; but what Meghalaya group tour has to offer is a gift the nature itself! These bridges occur in nature and a human can cross them easily after 15 to 30 years as well. The view of nature from these bridges is spectacular. 

Riwai living root-bridge is one of the best living root Bridge that one should visit.


  1.           A Place Full of Beautiful Waterfalls

Meghalaya has some of the country's most captivating and stunning unknown waterfalls. The Nohkalikai Falls are India's tallest waterfalls, located near Cherrapunji, one of the world's wettest places. The Nohsngithiang Falls, also known as the Seven Sisters Falls, is another spellbinding waterfall. During sunset, the waterfall is illuminated, and the vibrant hues enhance the beauty of the drowning sun on the cascade. Elephant falls near Shillong, surrounded by lush greenery, and is supposed to be shaped like an elephant. Other noteworthy waterfalls in the state include Kynrem Falls, Shadthum Falls, Weinia Falls, Bishop Falls, Langshiang Falls, and Sweet Falls.

  1.           Sky Beneath You In Dawki Lake

Dawki Lake is so clean that you can see the reflection of your boat in the clear water. There is several venture activity like country boating, fishing, scuba diving, and cliff jumping that one can do here. 


  1.           Safe environment

Safety is a major concern for a lot of travelers, especially women travelers. Meghalaya is one of the safest states in India. Travelers get an opportunity to explore Mother Nature and feel safe with a sense of community. 

  1.           Rich and inspiring culture

 Meghalayans are regarded for being welcoming, pleasant, and kind. The state of Meghalaya is noted for its diverse crafts. Textile weaving, carpet weaving, ornament creation, and woodcarving are all key aspects of Meghalaya's art and crafts. Weaving is an important component of the state's and tribes' cultures. These are the aesthetic and rare handicrafts that you will find in metropolitan cities being sold at a very high rate, especially in international markets. While in Meghalaya you can get them at a price not only much lower but also you can meet the artist who created that piece. 


  1.           The Cleanest Village in Asia


Mawlynnong is a village in the Meghalaya state of North East India, located in the East Khasi Hills district. It is renowned as Asia's cleanest village because of its cleanliness. 


  1.           A Foodie’s Paradise

Meghalaya certainly has loads of dishes for all the MasterChef fans. Authentic tasty food served fresh. Dishes of pork, fish, and chicken are available. Jadoh is the staple food in the Khasi region which is very easily available and is a must-try. Along with the regional dishes, there are many aesthetic cafes that one can visit.

Well, our list has not finished yet. There is still a lot left that you can explore. So what are you waiting for!! Get your customized Meghalaya Tour package from Capture A Trip and experience beauty at its best.





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