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TOP PLACES TO VISIT IN SHILLONG AND WHEN 

by Sonal Shukla
TOP PLACES TO VISIT IN SHILLONG AND WHEN

TOP PLACES TO VISIT IN SHILLONG AND WHEN 

Shillong act as the gateway to Meghalaya, it is famous for heavy rainfall, caves, the tallest waterfall, beautiful landscapes, and cheerful peoples, and there followed cultures, it is lying and surrounded by breathtaking hills and plateau. So, want to plan a tour to Shillong then have a look at this guide – 

The time between MARCH – JUNE The seasons throughout these months are cool and pleasant. This time city and its neighboring region are surrounded by tourists, because of the idyllic whether the city has the perfect environment to enjoy the beauty, JULY – SEPTEMBER -. Heavy rainfall hit in these months. Due to the heavy rainfall in these months, the city hardly experiences visitors and in OCTOBER-FEBRUARY – in these winter months, the city experiences a lesser number of tourists but the season is best for a visit. 

BEST PLACES TO VISIT 

NOHKALIKAI FALLS – it’s the tallest plunge waterfall in India features a height of 340 meters. Located in the Meghalaya, near Cherra punji, is one of the wettest places of India. 

CATHEDRAL OF MARY HELP OF CHRISTIANS – If you’re keen on to go to and luxuriate in the sweetness of architecture, you want to need to visit this place. It is the cathedral church of the roman catholic archdiocese of Shillong. 

UMAIAM LAKE -Ouite beautiful place to visit with the neat environment and has the facility of boating, packing and you can also rent camera. during the start of summer, the jacaranda trees blossoms is the famous sot there 

AIR FORCE MUSEUM – A Military history museum dedicated to the Indian air force featuring weaponry, plane models, and souvenirs. 

CRINOLINE FALLS-This is best for trekking and adventure. It is a small waterfall that falls from the height of about 40 feet and has created a pool at its base that has the best scenic view and the weather around there is always pleasant. 

 

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