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At the heart of nature.

Also called the ‘abode of clouds’ Meghalaya separates the Assam Valley from the plains of Bangladesh, this mountain state is set on a dramatic set of rocky cliffs. It is also encompasses within itself Cherrapunji and Mawsynram, which are statistically among the wettest places on the planet. Receiving a huge amount of rainfall, between  June and September, the state has some truly scenic waterfalls and some of the longest caves in the Asian subcontinent. It is currently home to three major tribal populations namely the Jaintia, Khasi and Garo, who live in the eastern, central and western parts of the state respectively.

Here are some of the most popular attractions in the state:

Stop at the Root Bridges in Eastern Khasi Hills: One of the most popular attractions of the state, root bridges were made by indigenous Khasi people, living in and around the Village Nongriat. Shrouded in cloud and rain, these root bridges are situated deep inside a jungle and are one the most incredible man-made wonders in the world. It took the Khasi people around 20 years to build each root and some of them are close to 150 years old today. That’s not all; you can find a total of 11 such functioning root bridges around this area, and possibly many, many more around the entire Khasi Hills.In fact exploring root bridges and crossing them watchfully, is one of Meghalaya’s best holiday experiences.

Visit the natural pools, situated across the state: There are a number of natural pools, located across the state. Even when you are walking from one village to the next, you will find multiple pools around the way. Here you can swim, relax and unwind in the midst of nature. Some even give free pedicures. Yes indulgence does exist.

Head to Shillong, the capital of Meghalaya: A typical modern Indian town, Shillong is trendy and quirky all at the same time. Despite its modernism, it has retained its colonial era charm in some areas, with yellow metered taxis that are quite common here. With affordable stay and dining options, this is one place that will go easy on your pockets as well. If nothing else, head to Shillong Golf Course, one of the oldest, largest and finest natural golf circuits across the world. Situated in a beautiful valley that is dotted with thick pine and rhododendron forests, this place is also Asia’s second largest golf course.

Make your way to Dawki: Located in the West Jaintia Hills, the border town of Dawki boasts of the pristine emerald Umngot River, which is its star attraction. The absence of security makes it difficult to believe that the International Radcliffe Line Border, between Bangladesh and India is situated right here. Take a unforgettable ride across the river, said to be one of the cleanest river in the world. If you plan to drive from Dawki to Mawlynnong, make sure you stop at the Bophill Falls on the way.

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