Meghalaya means abode of clouds in Sanskrit. Also named “The Scotland of the east” Meghalaya, with its undulating hilly terrain, offers every visitor a reason to cheer. Meghalaya is home to “Cherapunji”, the wettest place on earth, “Krem Puri”, the longest sandstone cave in the world, “Mawlynong”, the Asia’s cleanest village besides hosting many other enchanting beauties like “Dawki”, the root bridge, the mesmerizingly vibrant waterfalls exhibiting the glamour in their respective way. The beautiful pine trees nestled over the hills of Meghalaya casts yet another panoramic landscape.
Meghalaya is also enriched with “Nokrek Biosphere Reserve” and “Balpakram National Park”. In addition, the three wildlife sanctuaries viz. Nongkhyllum, Baghmara and Siju wildlife sanctuary compounds to the richness of the biodiversity. For the ones who are obsessed to face the challenge of adventure, you have large number of caves in Meghalaya appealing you to explore.
Not confining only to the virgin forest that captivates visitors and enchanting natural beauty of Meghalaya but also the mineral deposits like coal, limestone, uranium, sillimanite etc. Attracts many other stakeholders.
With Shillong, “The Rock Capital of India”, as the capital city, Meghalaya is inhabited mostly by people from different ethnic groups like Khashi, Jaintia and Garo. Meghalaya is just another amazing destination that visitor from world over would never prefer to miss out from their itinerary.