The border state of Meghalaya is one of the most visited North Eastern states of India. The tourism of the state of Meghalaya is especially revamped because of the wide range of special natural wonder of this place. The state of Meghalaya is one of the seven sisters of northeast and is landlocked by Assam and Bangladesh in all sides. The natural wonder of Meghalaya is the presence of the transverse branches of the Himalayan range, popular known as the hills of Garo, Khashi and Jayantia. The main tourism exclusivity of the cloudy sate of Meghalaya is in its climate condition chasm. The windward side of the mountains receive the heaviest rainfall in the world while the leeward side remain barren where the heavenly capital city of Shillong resides.
Meghalaya is one of the most beautiful places in India, especially in the north-eastern side of India. Meghalaya is also known as the Scotland of East as the whole state is covered with greenery and huge yet beautiful fields that can be seen from afar. The scenic view of the land and nature make the cities and towns in Meghalaya more mesmerizing. Meghalaya is also known for being home to most of the great waterfalls present in India.
The places to visit in the state of Meghalaya are quite a roaster and for tourist it is a list made in heaven for sure. The popular tourist sightseeing locations of Meghalaya are the wettest place on Earth Cherrapunji in Mausynram, the clearest lake in India Umiam Lake, the Nohkalikai Waterfalls, the living root bridges, the Dawki town, the Thangkharang Park, the Krem Liat Prah and many more. All modes of transportation are available in Meghalaya.