West Jaintia Hills Tourism

Meghalaya is famous for its intrinsic beauty and exquisite hills. With rivers that have clean blue water that shines like crystals and greenery all around, this state has become a major tourist destination. People from all around the world visit this place to enjoy the raw beauty of nature and the untouched fragrance of the greenery. West Jaintia Hills, which used to lie in the state of Assam previously, is now included to be a part of the Meghalaya territory.

Amongst the Major attractions at West Jaintia Hills the foremost mention can be made of Bofill Falls. This waterfall has water flowing like milk and is active majorly during the rainy season. There is another waterfall named as KrangSuri Falls where the water falls from a great height and lands in the beautiful clean blue river bed. The view from the hill is just breathtaking. Dawki River is another great place to visit. If you want to take a ride on a boat then this river is the place you should be at. Experience the calmness of nature with a your near and dear ones one on Dawki river. There is also the wonderful Lalong Park. It isn’t just a normal park, it is what you call is a wonder of nature. Sitting on the park bench, you can get mesmerized by the beauty of the sunset.

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Travel Guide Umngot River Meghalaya
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Umngot River

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Travel Guide Krang Shuri Waterfalls West Jainita Hills Meghalaya
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Syndai Caves

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