Khasi Hills

Open Time : 9am to 5pm

Entry : free

Address : Khasi Hills, Meghalaya

Why to visit Khasi Hills

The Khasi Hills, named after the Meghalayan Khasi people, are part of the Garo-Khasi range, which is part of the broader Patkai hill range, which runs over the Indo-Myanmar border in India's northeast. These hills are known for hosting the Sohra or Cherrapunjee scarp, one of the world's greatest annual rainfall areas, with deep lush valleys and conical summits. The Khasi Hills are a spectacular confluence of lush woods, infinite verdant meadows, beautiful hills surrounded by playful clouds, waterfalls and rivers running through streams, and ancient monoliths containing magical caverns.

Special Tip

Best time to visit is from October to April and avoid going during monsoons.

By Rebecca Lal

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