This waterfall is a sight to behold and is one of those places where you just cannot resist taking out your camera and clicking an uncountable number of pictures. Located at a short distance from Cherrapunji town, this is a must-visit Meghalaya tourist spot.
If you think man-made lakes cannot be as beautiful as natural lakes, a visit to Umiam Lake is all you need to change your opinion.
Located on the banks of the Brahmaputra river, Majuli is a picturesque, green and eco-friendly freshwater island that is free of pollution. It is just 20 km away from the city of Jorhat and is located 347 km from Gwalior.
A village that won the status of being the cleanest village in 2003, not just in India, but entire Asia. But, it is just not the quality of being clean that makes it one of the best places to visit in Meghalaya.
Dawki is a small city located on the border of India and Bangladesh and is also the trade hub between the two countries. What makes Dawki a tourist magnet is Umngot River – the river with crystal clear water.
It is in a neck and neck competition between with Mawsynram for the title of the wettest place in the world. Before Mawsynram got famous, this was, inarguably, the title-holder.
The wide range of places of interest here includes Umiam Lake, Dawki River, Shillong, and Mawlynnong. The priceless gem in the crown of Meghalaya, Khasi Hills is among the best tourist places to visit in Meghalaya.