Offering a variety of mind blowing landscapes, interesting activities and mouth watering food and colorful festivals, Meghalaya is truly one of the most heavenly beautiful states positioned in North-East India. Known as the ‘Abode of Clouds’, Meghalaya is home to some of the world’s most diverse ecosystems. Experience the colonial influence in Shillong (capital of Meghalaya), visit Asia’s cleanest village Mawlynnong or explore the Living Double-decker Root Bridge. From verdant valleys, lush hills to pristine lakes and refreshing waterfalls, this stunning state has so much for every kind of wanderlust soul. Meghalaya has a history of rich craftsmanship when it comes to wood-carving and artistic weaving. A perfect vacay in nature’s lap, Meghalaya lies comfortably between Bangladesh in the South and Brahmaputra valley in the North. Meghalaya is a once in a while kind of experience that you must plan for either solo or with your favourite travel clan.
Things to Pack
Waterproof and good quality backpack or rucksack/Trolly Bag
Warm woolen jackets, air/water resistant jackets, and extra pairs of socks to protect yourself from wind chill and low temperatures.
Sunglasses, comfortable clothing and sports shoes.
Personal water bottle (avoid single-use plastic) to avoid dehydration issues.
Quick snacks for journeys like dry fruits, biscuits, chocolates, energy bars, glucose sachets.
Personal care items, sunscreen lotion (prefer SPF30 or higher), lip balm, toiletries, wet wipes and hand sanitizer.
Medicines for motion sickness, fever, stomach ache, headache, cold, body pain and any other personal medicines.
Phone, camera, power banks and photography equipment.
ATMs and an adequate amount of cash for shopping, cafe visits.
Personal identity document like Aadhaar, driving licence, passport, etc, since it is needed for security checks.