Best Honeymoon Destinations Guide

Meghalaya Honeymoon Destination & Travel Guide for Couples

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Meghalaya: Snapshot

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Best time to visit Meghalaya:
January, February, March, April, October, November, December,

Meghalaya romantic honeymoon destination is also famous for : Adventure, Countryside, Hill Station, Lake, Peaceful, Secluded, Trekking, Wildlife,

Meghalaya is a beautiful state located in the northeastern region of India and bounded by the states of Assam and the country of Bangladesh. The name of the state means 'the abode of clouds' and the mist covered valleys of the state well justifies the name of this picturesque state. The state is considered as one of the most beautiful and secluded destinations in the north-east India and the state capital Shillong is often called as the 'Scotland of the East' for its spectacular natural scenery.

For couples who want to spend the lovely moments of their new life in the most secluded and serene natural surroundings blessed with the mother nature, Meghalaya is an obvious choice to make.This beautiful destination is mostly covered with forests with two national parks and 3 wildlife sanctuaries, which also make it a favorable destination for nature lovers and Eco-tourists.

Meghalaya as Honeymoon Destination (Romantic Getaways)

With most part of the state covered with forests and evergreen hill stations covered with mists, the state of Meghalaya make an ideally romantic destinations for honeymoon and romantic getaways in seclusion. This beautiful destination is truly a lover’s paradise with so many beautiful and romantic destinations including beautiful peaks, waterfalls, valleys, lakes and so many other breathtaking natural landscapes to amaze you at every point of your romantic travel in Meghalaya.

Apart from the peaceful and rejuvenating natural sightseeing options, there are also some adventure activities options such as mountaineering, rock climbing, trekking and hiking, water sports etc.which make it a favorable for those who wish to make their honeymoon (or romantic getaways) more exciting and adventurous. With two national parks and three wildlife sanctuaries, the state also does not disappoint the nature lovers and wildlife lovers.

Why Visit Meghalaya as Romantic Getaways?

  • Shillong Peak, The Elephant Gait and the Elephant Falls, Heritage Churches and Other popular tourism spots in the capital city of Shillong.
  • Mawsmai Cave, Seven Sisters Falls and Eco Park in the wettest place on earth – Cherrapunji.
  • Nongkhnum Island located in the West Khasi Hills district is the biggest river island in Meghalaya and the second biggest in Asia.
  • Shadthum Falls, Weinia falls, Bishop Falls,Nohkalikai Falls, Langshiang Falls and Sweet Falls.

Best Time to Visit Meghalaya

The state of Meghalaya enjoys a temperate climate with heavy rainfalls. Visit the state anytime except in monsoons as it is one of the wettest places on earth.

Best Season: October to April
Winters: December to February
Monsoons: May to September
Autumn: October to November
Spring: March to April

Meghalaya - Umium Lake

Meghalaya - Umium Lake

Meghalaya - Umium Lake View by Ross

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Kamran Says

Meghalaya is amazing place for a visit. Mawlynnong is great waterfall!! I This was a truly unique experience. The actual village is beautiful, clean and with lovingly tended gardens of colorful flowers and vegetables. There were several sets of steps leading to the clear cool waters of the river. The main attraction of this place is the Living Root Bridge. However, when in Mawlynnong, the Living Root Bridge is a must visit. The elephant fall is one of the very beautiful falls, and a refreshing breather. The tranquility is pitch perfect it seems like a dream. You can experience the beautiful sunset reflect off the pond, sending brainwaves of the magical place. There’s a lot more to explore in Meghalaya, I would love to come again with my wife, really rejuvenating.

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