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Tucked in below the Eastern Himalayas, the Indian state of Meghalaya is filled with virgin forests, rolling rivers, plummeting waterfalls, and high plateaus with stunning vistas.

Some of Asia’s longest caves await exploration here, and some of India’s best hiking and climbing exist in this remote locale. Jaintia, Khasi, and Garo ethnic tribes make their homes in Meghalaya, and the impressive displays of tribal dances and drum recitals during the Wangala festival every fall have become a favorite among cultural enthusiasts exploring India’s northeast.

Shillong, the state capital, retains much of the colonial architecture the British built, and the town of Cherrapunjee is well-known for its root-bridges made from the living roots of fig trees by Khasi villagers to form natural passages over waterways.


Meghalaya City



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