Meghalaya Tour and Holiday Packages

Want to visit Shillong and other top tourist spots including NohKaLikai Falls, Umiam Lake, Ward's Lake in Meghalaya? Escape the hustle and bustle of city life with our Meghalaya tour package. The holiday packages we designed for the Meghalaya tour are highly customizable. As per requirement, you add or remove inclusions like air flight tickets, loc ... Read More

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Meghalaya Travel Packages

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Yes, Meghalaya is a very safe hill station to visit in India. Tourists are treated with respect by the locals in Meghalaya. Women in Meghalaya are also given the right to participate in cultural and economical affais to empower them. This clearly depicts that Meghalaya is a state where a solo-female traveler can feel safe. Meghalaya Police are always ready to help the tourist.
Being referred to as the Scotland of the East, the points of interest for tourists in Meghalaya is not only confined to peaks, lakes, waterfalls but also to caves, rainforests, hill stations, root bridges and the list is not going to end soon. The unique tourist attraction which we have hand picked for you from the list of best places to visit in Meghalaya are Umiam Lake, Nohakalikai Falls, Living Root Bridges, Mawlynnong Village, Dawki River, Laitlum Canyon, Mawsynram, Elephant Falls, Cherrapunji & Mawphlang Sacred Forest, etc.
The best places apt for visiting with family in Meghalaya are Nokrek National Park, Balphakram National Park, Ka Phang Nonglait Park, Lady Hydari Park, Don Bosco Museum, etc
Meghalaya has numerous spectacular tourist places that a 30 days trip will be sufficient to explore the lakes, flora, fauna, mountains & culture of Meghalaya.
You should plan to set out for Meghalaya from October through June. In other words, Meghalaya is a place that is considered suitable for visiting during Autumn, Winter, and Summer. Visiting Meghalaya during monsoon is not recommended at all as the state receives the highest rainfall in the country, making it the wettest state in India. Monsoon season in Meghalaya starts in May and continues to stay till the end of September.
You can pack two or three pairs of socks, trekking boats, a rain cover for your bag, a hat, a cool t-shirt, shorts, trousers and a sunscreen lotion for your trip to Meghalaya in summer.
Your trip to Meghalaya would be incomplete if you do not taste the food of local street stalls in Meghalaya. The must-try street foods for visitors in Meghalaya are Momos, Chili Pork, Jalebis, Tungrymbai, Jadoh, Smoked Meats, Dohneiiong, . Dohkhlieh, Chowmein, Pineapples, Pukhlein & Betel Leaf