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David Scott Trail

Distance – 16km
Duration – 4 to 5 hours

Umden Village Trek

Distance - 6 km
Duration - 9-10 hours

The Living Roots Bridge Trek

Distance - 8 km
Duration - 2-3 hours

Mawlyngot Trek 

Duration - 2 hours 
Distance - 6 km 

 Weiloi to Umngi Trek

Distance - 18 km
Duration - 5 to 6 hours

Meghalaya, often known as the Abode of Clouds, is a state in northeastern India that is home to some of the world's finest biodiversity. Numerous features of this state are renowned, including the renowned monsoons, the rich traditional festivities, and the stunning topography.

The ideal time to travel to Meghalaya is from November through February during the winter. This is the best time to go sightseeing because the rain won't ruin your plans and the hot sun won't exhaust you.

Only the BSNL, Jio or MTNL mobile network is functional.

By Air
Guwahati (Assam), 159 miles from Meghalaya, is home to a major airport (Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport). The airport has excellent connections to Indian cities including Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, and Calcutta as well as the foreign destinations of Tura and Bangkok. Flight travel to Meghalaya is an adventure all its own. Although there is no direct bus route connecting the Guwahati Airport with Meghalaya, you can use a taxi to go there.

By Rail
The closest train station to Meghalaya, if you want to go there by train, is at Guwahati (Assam). It is 180 kilometres away. Bangalore, Jammu and Kashmir, New Delhi, Amritsar, and Guwahati Junction are all connected. You have two options for getting to Meghalaya from Guwahati: buses or cab service.

By Road
Major cities are well-connected to Meghalaya by roadways. The majority of the roads are smooth and well-travelled. Due to their love of nonstop rain, many tourists consider the monsoon the greatest month to visit Meghalaya. However, it would be wonderful if you could drive safely throughout the active monsoon season. Due to the severe rain, certain roadways experience delays.

Rice with spicy meat and fish dishes is the main cuisine of the population. They raise cows, pigs, chickens, ducks, and goats and enjoy the meat they produce. Jadot, Ki Kpu, tung Mumbai, and pickled bamboo shoots are typical foods from the Khasis and Jaintia; bamboo shoots are also a Garo favourite.

The three main dialects spoken in Meghalaya are Khasi, Pnar, and Garo, with English serving as the official state language. The development of the Khasi, Pnar, and Garo languages and literature, as well as their inclusion in the list of Modern Indian Languages, was spurred on by Christian missionaries.

Meghalaya's climate is typically highly humid. The southwest monsoon and the northeast winter winds have a direct impact on it. Meghalaya has four distinct seasons: spring (March to April), monsoon (May to September), autumn (October to November), and winter (December to February) (December to February).

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