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Meghalaya Honeymoon Tour Packages

Meghalaya Honeymoon Tour Packages

Meghalaya, one of India’s attractive tourist attractions and the home to a remarkable mix of ethnic groups, is a haven for visitors seeking peace and tranquilly. Visitors to Meghalaya will be surrounded by expansive views, gushing waterfalls, misty hills, and terraced slopes that are likely to calm the thoughts of weary travellers. Visitors to Meghalaya will be surrounded by expansive views, gushing waterfalls, misty hills, and terraced slopes that are likely to calm the thoughts of weary travellers. In addition, Meghalaya tourism places a strong emphasis on adventure tourism, which provides a wide range of activities to give visitors a complete travel experience in this stunning state in India’s northeast. With a variety of well-known tourist destinations, the Meghalaya Tourism Guide will enable visitors to see everything required to make a trip unforgettable.

Weather in Meghalaya

The state of Meghalaya is known as the wettest state in India, it is also called as the abode of clouds. The best time to visit Meghalaya for a honeymoon couple is the winter season because at this time they are able to perform adventurous activities along with the sightseeing like Scuba diving, Snorkelling, Zip lining etc,etc to make their Honeymoon trip to Meghalaya astonishing.
During the summer season the weather in Meghalaya remains bright or sunny, but pleasant. The maximum temperature you can find in Meghalaya during the summer season is 24 degree celsius, whereas the minimum temperature recorded here is 20 degree celsius only in the daytime. Nights are quite chilly compared to the daytime in the summer season as the temperature falls down to 15 degree celsius.
Meghalaya is a paradise for nature lovers because of its lush green mountains, stunning waterfalls and dreamy views in the monsoon. During the summer season the required weather of Meghalaya remains warm but not unbearable and during this time only you can witness the cherry blossom trees at their utmost level. Just like the waterfalls for which you have to visit Meghalaya just after the monsoon season ends. 
Now it’s up to you when you are planning to visit it because when it comes about visiting Meghalaya then not a single season is superior over the other season. Although weather plays an important role whenever we plan a trip to a particular place, but in terms of visiting Meghalaya it is not so this is the reason why it is also called the Scotland of the east.

How to Reach

By Air
Honeymoon couples who are travelling to Meghalaya to explore its rugged beauty by air. For them, the nearest airport will be Umroi Airport which is situated within the state of Meghalaya at a distance of 35 km from its capital city shillong. This is a domestic Airport therefore, only domestic flights can take you guys there.
Many couples often make plans to arrive first at the Guwahati International Airport and then head their journey towards their other destination. From Guwahati many cabs and  bus facilities are available that can take you to wherever you want to visit in Meghalaya.
Couples can also avail a helicopter facility to reach Meghalaya from Guwahati at an affordable cost; earlier it was not very much popular but now a lot of people are taking this medium of travelling. For a helicopter it takes only 20 minutes to reach Shillong, Meghalaya from Guwahati.
By Train
In Meghalaya there is not any railway station therefore, Couples who are travelling by train have to arrive first at Guwahati Railway Station and from here they can take a cab to reach the capital city of Meghalaya which is nearly 100km from Guwahati. Guwahati is well connected to other cities in the north eastern region of India like Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Meghalaya and many more due to the good quality and well-maintained highways.
By Road
Although Meghalaya does not have an international airport and railway station. But it is well connected to its neighboring states by well-maintained highways. Even travelling to Shillong by bus or cab is a good idea as you guys can explore Meghalaya’s beauty from the starting.
If you guys have your own vehicle then you can also drive down to Meghalaya to explore the enchanting beauty of the state. You guys have to reach Guwahati’s Paltan Bazar first and from here you will reach NH37 following this, you guys will come to NH40 by crossing the Kamrup district. Another 65 km journey from here and you will enter the Scotland of the East i.e Shillong, Meghalaya.

Frequently Asked Questions on Meghalaya Tour Packages

1. What are the best places to visit in Meghalaya?

Some of the best place to visit in Meghalaya are Cherrapunji & Mawsynram (the wettest places in the world), Mawlynnong (the cleanest village in entire Asia), Double Decker (the living root bridge), Dawki also known as Umngot river (the cleanest river in entire Asia).

2. What is famous about Meghalaya?

Meghalaya is famous for its numerous tourist spots which are renowned all over the world. Meghalaya is home to the tallest and most beautiful waterfalls like Nohkalikai Falls, Seven Sisters Falls, Dainthlen Falls, etc. It is also home to longest caves like Mawsmai Cave and wettest places like Cherrapunji and Mawsynram.

3. How many days are enough for the Meghalaya Tour?

5 days and 4 nights are enough for an excursion in Meghalaya. In five days you can cover nearly the major spots in Meghalaya.

4. How can I plan a tour of Meghalaya for an excursion?

You can plan a tour of Meghalaya for 5 days and 4 nights in the following manner:-
Day 1: Arrive at Guwahati and head to Shillong and on the way visit Umiam Lake and Don Bosco Museum. In the evening chill yourself in the central market of Shillong city i.e. Police Bazar.
Day 2: Visit Cherrapunji’s beautiful waterfalls, caves and park.
Day 3: Visit Dawki or Umgot river, the cleanest and glassy river in entire Asia.
Day 4: Visit Laitlum Canyons and Krang Suri Falls.
Day 5: Do the sightseeing in the capital city, Shillong and visit places like Shillong Golf Course, Wards Lake, Lady Hydari Park etc.

5. Which season is best for visiting Meghalaya?

Any season is best for visiting Shillong, Meghalaya. For nature lovers monsoon will be the best time to visit as during this time the waterfalls look beautiful. 
But for adventure lovers winters will be best for trekking and for water sports as the trekking paths will be comfortable and the river will be clean.

6. Is Meghalaya a hot place or a cold place?

Meghalaya is neither a hot nor a cold place, rather it has a pleasant weather which keeps it green throughout the year. The minimum temperature recorded here is 4o Celsius and the maximum temperature recorded is 33o celsius only.

7. Is it safe to travel alone in Meghalaya?

The state of Meghalaya is recorded as having one of the lowest crime rates in India. Thus it is safe for solo travellers as well as for female travellers to travel in Meghalaya.

8. Is visiting Meghalaya economical or not?

Visiting Meghalaya is economical, as you will get homestays and budget hotels at a good price. Moreover taxis are available which will take you to the interiors at a minimum fare. Even Meghalaya Tour Packages are at reasonable prices for budget travellers.

9. Can I cover the excursion to Meghalaya in 3 days?

Yes, you can cover all major spots in 3 days but it will be too hectic. You should at least plan for 5 Days 4 Nights to cover the best places in Meghalaya.

10. How many waterfalls are there in Meghalaya?

Meghalaya is home to numerous waterfalls, but some of its tallest and biggest waterfalls are Seven Sisters Falls, Nohkalikai Falls, Wei Saw Dong Falls, Dainthlen Falls, Krang Suri Falls, Elephant Falls and Phe Phe Falls.

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