About Shillong

Shillong is a hill station in northeast India and the capital of the state of Meghalaya. It is known for the manicured gardens at Lady Hydari Park. Nearby, Ward’s Lake is surrounded by walking trails. North, the Don Bosco Centre for Indigenous Cultures features displays on the region’s native people. Waterfalls include the Elephant Falls to the southwest. East of here, forested Shillong Peak offers city views.
Shillong Peak

Shillong Peak is a mountain top that overlooks esplanades and observation towers offering sweeping vistas of Shillong City.
Don Bosco Centre for Indigenous Culture

Don Bosco Centre for Indigenous Culture is a museum focusing on local indigenous people, culture, with tools, clothing, and artifacts on display.
Elephant Falls

Elephant Falls is a dramatic, multi-tiered waterfall in picturesque surroundings, with an easy walking trail and stairs.
Laitlum Canyons

One of the most amazing and picturesque tourist destinations, perched atop the East Khasi Hills of Shillong is The Laitlum Canyons, which in a literal sense means “The End of Hills” or “The End of The World”.

Mawlyngbna, a village a few scenic kilometers south of Mawsynram, is located on a hilltop that it shares with three others.
Mawlynnong Waterfalls

Mawlynnong waterfall is a tremendous gush of water, falling from a height makes the spectacular sight of Mawlynnong waterfall.
Sweet Falls

Sweet Falls is a waterfall in Shillong. It lies about 5 km from Happy Valley and is about 96 meters in height. It is often termed as the "most beautiful" yet "most dangerous" waterfall in Shillong.
Spread Eagle Falls

Spread Eagle Fall is a small, secluded waterfall in a calm setting named for its resemblance to an eagle in flight.
Mawphlang Sacred Forest

Mawphlang forest is one of the most remarkable features of the Khasi Hills are the sacred forests, which have been preserved by traditional religious sanction, since the ancient days.
Mawjymbuin Cave

Mawjymbuin Cave due to years of weathering and due to dripping of mineralized solutions and deposition of calcium carbonate has thus given rise to some magnificent stalagmites.
Best Time To Visit Shillong

Shillong is an all-year-round tourist destination, where even the monsoon provides the exhilaration and experience of being in the wettest place on the planet. In summer, ranges from 15°C to 25°C in winter, it is much colder, with temperature ranging between 4°C and 16°C. The hills are also often covered by fog during this season. Monsoon is a dominant season in Shillong and its surroundings. Heavy rain tends to fall in the vicinity. This is the time when the panorama of Shillong becomes even more beautiful and greener. However, rains may cause some hindrance in your sightseeing. So it is advised to avoid visiting Shillong in the monsoon season. As soon as the monsoon fades from Shillong, the temperature starts to drop as low as 2°C. The maximum temperature of Shillong gets around 23°C. However, if you pack enough woolens, this would be a perfect time to visit Shillong and enjoy sightseeing.

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