Meghalaya Tourism – The Scottland Of India

Meghalaya Tourism – The Scottland Of India

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Meghalaya Best Tourist Place

The magnificence of the Himalayas has spread in India from north to north-east as if someone has given its roots. Where there are rough hills of Ladakh in the north while going northeast. These mountain ranges cover such a soft velvet sheet of greenery in which clouds are decorated with cotton wool. The name of Meghalaya is made up of two words. Megh + Alai means home of the clouds. If there is no cloud in the name of the person if he does not speculate with the clouds, then who should do it. These places attract the tourist as it is been known as Meghalaya Tourism – The Scottland Of India

Meghalaya Tourism - The Scottland Of India
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Although the whole of Meghalaya is situated in the mountains, but the main mountain garlands here are famous as Garo Khasi and Jaintia Hills. Meghalaya has one to one beautiful attractions. The view of the plaintiffs from Shillong Peak in the East Khasi Hills is worth seeing here.

A town close to Shillong is like a ferry land – Cherrapunji. This place is known for the highest rainfall. Ronk of this beautiful town is made on seeing it. A church and small but stylish house and the famous Nohkalikai waterfall in the backyard are like magical folk.

If you are fond of trekking, then you can also reach the pool of this huge water obtainer. If we call Meghalaya a country of waterfall, it will not be an exaggeration.

There are some beautiful waterfalls worth visiting here such as Beedon, Bishop, Kainerem, Longsiang, Nohsgithiang, Sweet, Elephant, Crinoline, Margaret and Spread Eagle etc.

Meghalaya is like a paradise for adventure tourism, perhaps this is the reason why there are festivals related to adventure. The Hot Air Balloon Festival is held every year in the Western Jaintia Hills, in which adventure lovers from all over the world are drawn to Jowai.

This is the Bangladesh border that connects Asia’s most beautiful and clean river Dawki. What to say about the cleanliness of this river. Its water is so transparent that even the stones lying at the bottom of the river are visible.

 Looking at it from a distance, it seems as if the boat is moving on the glass. This is one such view of nature that must be seen once in a lifetime. Another attraction in the East Khasi Hills is the cleanest village of Asia – Mawlynong.

The total population of this village is approx 900 and these people have given their village a different identity on the basis of cleanliness all over the world. A church, home stay and some restaurants in the village are run by the local people.

There is a double decker living route bridge near this village. This bridge is made by local tribal people by interlocking the roots of rubber tree. It is said that this bridge is 200 years old. This bridge is about 50 meters long and is 1.5 meters wide.

This bridge can fill up to 50 people at a time. Many such bridges are seen all over Meghalaya. These bridges are living proof of the strong relationship of tribal society with nature. Perhaps this is why the British used to call it the Meghalaya Tourism – The Scottland Of India. If you are planning to go to Meghalaya, then the time after the monsoon is considered to be the best. If you like the rain, then the beauty of it is seen only in most monsoons.

Travel Tips for Meghalaya

• Since Meghalaya is divided on the basis of its main hills, You can get help from Google Maps (Travel Map) this map will help you to plan your travel for your convenience.

• Distance in Meghalaya is not much if we measure in kilometers. But due to the topography here, the journey of one hundred and two hundred kilometers takes only a full day. Although the roads here are very good.

So this is in today’s topic Meghalaya Tourism – The Scottland Of India next You can share your experience of Meghalaya whenever you visit North East India Meghalaya.

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