Meghalaya has a lot of natural beauty and many natural resources. It is still a relatively unpopulated state. It is home to beautiful fauna and a lot of greenery. It is the most beautiful and richest state in the northeastern region of the country. It is also known as the Scotland of India. This richness makes the area a great place to enjoy adventure sports. This place is a haven for adventure sports enthusiasts thanks to its perfect combination of rivers, water bodies and waterfalls. These are the top adventure activities in Meghalaya you can try on your North Eastern escape.
We have compiled a list of the top adventure sports that you can enjoy on the Meghalaya tour. These sports are guaranteed to thrill travelers and keep them pumped with adrenaline.
3. River Canyoning
5. Water Sports
Meghalaya is a mixture of terrain and offers some of the most beautiful nature walks across different terrains. You can walk through the rainforest, crossing rivers and using living root bridges. These types of hikes are only available in Meghalaya. You will not find such tranquility in rain forest anywhere else. You will see many waterfalls, streams and meadows along the hike. You should travel to Meghalaya during the dry months, which are November-February. This will allow you to explore the many opportunities for hiking and camping.
You can find a stunning golf course in Shillong, Meghalaya. This is one of the most stunning and beautiful golf courses we have ever seen. The 18-hole golf course offers a variety of options for its visitors. The state and the locals have worked together to preserve the natural beauty of the land. On the extreme horizon, you can see pine trees. It is the oldest Indian golf course and is situated at 5200 feet above sea level. Many people come here to enjoy their whole day.
3. River Canyoning
River canyoning is a popular activity in Sohra. After trekking, this is the most popular activity in the area. Even if they are only here for a day, many people visit Meghalaya to enjoy this activity. Many people enjoy following the river’s course in their boats, while their guides guide them. People also love to jump from boulder to boulder and dive into the shallower parts of the river. Sometimes you might even get carried away by the river’s flow. Meghalaya’s dry months are the best time to visit for River Canyoning. This is between November and February.
People travel to Meghalaya to experience and see living root bridges. Many people come to Meghalaya for the feeling of being in paradise. One living root bridge is found in Meghalaya. It is loved by people who love to walk on it. Another is the Cherrapunji double-decker root bridge. People love the path that leads to the root bridge more than just seeing it. To spot the root bridge, you must cross it for one and a half hours.
You will find many water streams and thick jungle along the path. The rainbow waterfall is another highlight of the trek. This waterfall can only be seen during the summer, when it is at its highest and the sun is shining on it.
5. Water Sports
Meghalaya has many water sports to choose from. Umiam has a watersports complex that offers water skiing, canoeing, angling and sailing. There are many water sports that can be done here, including yachting, kayaking, ricer bus and speedboat, as well as cruising, scooter, pedal, and high-speed boats. Here you can also go kayaking.
This is a popular place for water sports and many people visit it every day. You can also visit Lum Nehru Park and other tourist attractions, which are popular for their endless fun with friends and family.