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Why Meghalaya makes a good choice?

The abode of clouds is one of the seven sister states of India and also the wettest region on Earth.
Meghalaya state is also known for many adventure tourism such as trekking,mountaineering,hiking,rock climbing and caving. The state offers water sports facilities as well in Umiam Lake along with several trekking routes to jungle with an opportunity to encounter rare wild animals and birds of Meghalaya.

Best time to visit Meghalaya

Meghalaya is a beautiful hill state snuggled in North-East Himalayas. The name itself means ‘Abode of Clouds’, and true to its name, it is where clouds make their homes. The hill state is frequented by nature lovers and honeymooners. The best time to visit Meghalaya is between the months of October to April. Blessed with moderate climate all through the year, every season you have a reason to visit. The months of March to July, when the weather is uniquely pleasant and cheering.

Why Meghalaya is still the most popular Honeymoon destination?

Meghalaya, a beautiful state in North East India, is a popular tourist hub and is famed for its amazing natural beauty. Some of the must visit destinations on a Meghalaya honeymoon include cities such as Shillong, Guwahati, Cherrapunji, Tyrna and Dawki among several others. Most of these destinations are also some of the most romantic places that one can think of. Imagine sky-high waterfalls, moss covered caves, lakes so clear that you can the bottom of them, hiking trails are perfect experience.

Adventure activities in Meghalaya

Fall in love with its salubrious weather and incredible scenic beauty. Boating in Umiam Lake, Trekking in the calm and composed trails. Fresh drinking water rolling down on the David Scott's Trail, River Rafting. Rafting at Ranikor, Waterfall Rappelling at Elephant Falls, Camping on Khasi Hills, fishing at the scenic lake of Umiam also houses enormous species of rare and common fishes & The trek passes through low granite and sandstone cliffs found amidst rolling hills.