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Meghalaya Tour Packages

Known as the Adobe of Clouds, Meghalaya is the most popular destination in North East India packed with verdant mountains and cascading waterfalls. Being the region with the heaviest rainfall, numbers of travelers book their Meghalaya Holiday Packages all year round to explore the stunning mountains & hills, mystic lakes, and waterfalls.

Meghalaya is very popular among nature lovers and adventure seekers for the place gives serene surroundings and various fun and thrilling things for every kind of traveler. Besides owning to its unparalleled beauty with Umiam’s Lake, Nohkalikai Falls, Double Decker Living Root Bridge, and several many famous places to see, you can witness the harmony with diversity and learn about the different tribes and cultures by attending the major important festivities including Autumn Festival from October to November, Shad Suk Mynseim (Khasi Festival) in April, Behdeinkhlam Jaintia Festival in July, and Pnar Festival in April or May.

Take advantage of our inexpensive Meghalaya Tour Packages, ideal for family, friends, honeymooners, and solo backpackers, and grab a chance to explore the famous and incredible tourist attractions such as the cleanest village in Aisa- Mawlynonng Village, mysterious caves, and monoliths, and much more.

Best Time to Visit Meghalaya

Meghalaya in Summer- Being a region with the heaviest rainfall, the summer season in Meghalaya begins from March till May. From March to April, medium rainfall and heavy rainfall in May. It is the perfect time to explore the unexplored places in the place and indulge in major festivals like Shak Sud Mynseim.

Meghalaya in Monsoon-Meghalaya is one of the wettest places on earth that receives heavy rainfall from June to September with the temperature up to 12 C. It is the perfect time to visit the place for monsoon lovers and capture the blooming greenery and thundering clouds in the rainiest cities of Meghalaya- Mawsynram and Cherrapunji

Meghalaya in Winter-Meghalaya experiences low temperatures up to 3C with foggy rain from October to February and celebrates the most important festival- Nongkrem Dance in November. The cool climate gives the perfect atmosphere to indulge in trekking, boating and walking amid misty forests.

How to Reach Meghalaya

By Air- The nearest airport is Umroi Airport near Barapani located about 40 km from Shillong and is connected to some major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, and Chennai. To reach your destination, hire a cab from the airport.

By Train-The nearest rail station is located in Guwahati about 105 km from Shillong. You can either take a bus from the Guwahati bus stop or rent a cab to reach your destination.

By Road-The summer and winter seasons are considered to be the best time to embark on a scenic road trip to Meghalaya. Take the road via NH 40 connecting Shillong with Guwahati and turn right for Meghalaya to cover a distance of about 65 km to enter your destination through Nongpoh.

Major Tourist Attractions in Meghalaya

  • Double Decker Living Root Bridge- - It is one of the top attractions among backpackers to visit in Meghalaya situated in Cherrapunji. The bridge is made out of an Indian rubber tree and is about 3 km long and 2400 feet high.
  • Nohkalikai Falls- Capture the enchanting views of the fourth highest waterfall of India in Cherrapunji. Gushing from a height of about 330 meters, the place is a paradise for picnic, hiking, and photography.
  • Mawlynnong Village- Mawsynram is the wettest village in Asia located around 12 km from Cherrapunji and gets rain throughout the year. It is one of the most exotic tourist destinations in Meghalaya to stroll amid stunning greenery and misty hills.
  • Laitlum Canyon- Located about 25 km from Shillong, Laitlum is a heaven-like retreat for travelers, offering verdant grasslands, murky mountains, and scenic valleys. It is a less-explored seasoned trekking destination in Meghalaya which is best explored from September to May.
  • Dawki- Dawki is a perfect picnic spot for family, friends, and couples. The magnificent Bophill Falls and Umngot River offer photogenic scenery and various great outing activities to do such as boating and hiking making it an offbeat place to explore in Meghalaya.
  • Mawphlang Sacred Forest- It is a picture-perfect place to visit in Meghalaya for nature lovers and adventure buffs that holds a mythological significance to the locals. Located in the Nongrum region, the place houses a thousand years old trees and sparkling streams.
  • Caves- Explore some of the largest caves in Meghalaya including Arwah Cave, Mawsmai Cave, and Krem Mawmluh, known for inhabiting the fossils of marine animals from millions of years ago and has winding passages with some stalagmite and stalactite formations and little pool and confluence point of five rivers inside.
  • Williamnagar- Enriched with bountiful flora and fauna, Williamnagar is the most beautiful town to visit in Meghalaya. Located beside Simsang River, the place owns popularity for its glorified natural charms of verdant hills and water bodies.
  • Monoliths- Visit one of the most admired treasures in Meghalaya, Nartiang Monoliths, divided into two sections- one is known as Mehris represents male, and the other is called Ki Moo Kynthai representing female. Located in the Jaintia Hills, they are the tallest monoliths in Meghalaya that attracts travelers from all around the world.

Thrilling Activities to do in Meghalaya

  • Trekking and Camping- Trekking is a famous adventurous thing to do in Meghalaya among backpackers. Cross the Umshiang Double Decker Living Root Bridge, cherish the sunset at David Scott Trail, explore the scenic Umden village, and so on.
  • Indulge in Major Festivals- Witness the distinct culture and traditions of Meghalaya tribes by indulging in several colorful and major festivals of Meghalaya including Behdeinkhlam in July, Shad Suk Mynseim (Khasi Festival) in April, and the Nongkrem Dance Festival in November.
  • Ziplining- It is one of the most fun things to do in Mawkdok Dympep Valley in Cherrapunji. Get a panoramic view of the valley glorified with lush forests and sparkling water streams.
  • Rock Climbing- Try your hands on an adrenaline sport in Shillong at Diengiei Peak which is about 6200 ft high, making it a perfect spot for rock climbing. Rappelling is also available for those who like a bit more challenging adventure sports to do in Meghalaya.
  • Boating and Water Sports- It is one of the top tourist activities in Meghalaya- kayaking and boating in the Dawki river, and River Canyoning at Laitkynsew Hills.
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Best Holiday Packages for Meghalaya


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Frequently Asked Questions About Meghalaya Travel

Q.How much will it cost me for Meghalaya Holiday Packages?
Browse through our well-crafted Meghalaya Holiday Packages sorted according to your vacation plan and budget. To get a better idea of an estimated expenditure, book your trip in advance with Safar Mentor for amazing deals.
Q.How many days are enough to explore Meghalaya?
One can explore many famous places in Meghalaya in a minimum of 6 days of tours for trekking, cave exploration, water sports, tasting delicious local cuisines, and finding the exotic waterfalls. If time allows, you can gain experience in refreshing activities such as kayaking, canyoning, ziplining, and much more.
Q.Are there any shopping places in Meghalaya?
Meghalaya is famous for its handcrafted bamboo and cane items like mats, bags, baskets, curtains, furniture, etc. Shop for spices, Meghalaya Tea, and locally produced fresh fruits at LaitumKhrah Market, Shawls, Scottish Clothes, Khasi scrubs, and more at Polo Bazaar, lew Sohra Bazaar, Gokolgre Daily Market, and several other shopping spots.
Q.Is Meghalaya safe for traveling with kids?
Yes, Meghalaya is completely safe for traveling with kids or solo as the place hosts hundreds of thousands of travelers every year from all around the globe. Keep your belongings safe and avoid strolling on unknown trails alone at night.
Q.Which is the best way to reach Meghalaya?
To save time, and money, and make the most out of your trip, the convenient way to travel to Meghalaya is by flight. Take a flight from the major connecting cities including Delhi, Bangalore, Kolkata, and Mumbai to reach Guwahati and from there hire a cab to reach your desired destination.