Month: February 2019

Meghalaya

Living Root Bridge and Nohwet Viewpoint | Meghalaya

Living Root Bridge is located around 78 kms from Shillong near Riwai village in the East Khasi Hills district of Meghalaya. From Riwai Village one has to trek around half a kilometer of descend to reach the Living Root Bridge. It is located between the Riwai village and Nohwet village between two hills and over […]

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Arwah Cave, Cherrapunjee, Shora District, Meghalaya

Arwah cave is one of the new entrant in the tourism circuit of Meghalaya. It is one of largest caves in Meghalaya. This means more exploration time. The speciality is a small stream flowing right through the cave and you can see millions of years old fossils on the face of rock. Distance: Around 52 […]

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Mawkhong Viewpoint, Shillong Dawki Road, Meghalaya

Mawkhong Viewpoint is on the Shillong Dawki route. Its offers a panoramic view of the valley with mists kissing the hills. We were there on a rainy day but it did not disappoint us. The mist, the clouds, view overlooking the valley, drizzle all were enchanting. Watch the video and see it yourself!

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Mawsmai Cave, Near Cherrapunjee, Meghalaya

Mawsmai Cave is one of the most popular cave systems in the India state of Meghalaya. Though the cave is large only 150 meters section is open to public. The cave is well maintained and well lit. Timmings: Open on all days 9.30 am to 5.30 pm Entry fees: Rs 20 per person Rs 15 […]

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