Places to visit in Meghalaya

Meghalaya, also known as “The Abode of Clouds”, is a state in northern India. Shillong is the state’s capital and also its largest city. The state’s capital is often known as the “Scotland of East.” Meghalaya is the wettest state in India, with the highest rainfall. Meghalaya is well-known for its mountains, peaks, waterfalls, and caves. Shillong Peak is the highest peak of the state. Cherrapunji in the North Khasi Hills, Tura, Nohkalikai Falls, Shillong, Elephant Falls, and Krang Suri Falls are among lovely places in Meghalaya. They entice visitors from outside the state to come and appreciate the state’s natural beauty. Meghalaya’s breathtaking vistas will stay with you long after your tour is ended. Sohra’s heights are teeming with waterfalls, streams, and forest pathways. View the Bangladeshi lowlands from a variety of vantage points along the state’s southern mountains. Meghalaya has among of the world’s longest and most complex cave systems, with many subterranean passageways and sites marked with old fossils and home to unique species stretching from west to east.

Weather in Meghalaya

Meghalaya is among the most pleasant weather in Northeast India. The weather is comfortable even in the summer, with an average temperature of 24°C, because Meghalaya is a hilly country with abundant of rainfall.
During the monsoons, there is enough rain to make the waterfalls, lakes, rivers, and flora seem beautiful. Due to the magnificent weather of Meghalaya during the monsoon, the fogs over the mountains make the entire environment appealing.
The winter season in Meghalaya is dry, with pleasant temperatures ranging from 12 to 15 degrees Celsius during the day and falling to below 10 degrees Celsius at night. However, one of the most striking features of Meghalaya’s winters is that there is no fog, allowing you to take in the scenery.

Summer(April-June) 15.9°C-30°C
Monsoon(July-September) 17.9°C-24.3°C
Winter(October-March) 3°C-15°C