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Sohra Meghalaya

10 Reasons to Visit astounding Meghalaya in January 

Meghalaya is pretty much a 12 month destination and the first month of the year ie January is without doubt the most favourable time of the year to visit Meghalaya. In terms of pure travel it’s the best since the weather is dry and the sky is clear.  Dry season is our personal favourite time of the year to visit Meghalaya

In January, the state experiences the winter season, with cool temperatures and occasional showers. The average temperature during this time ranges from 10°C to 21°C (50°F to 70°F). It is a great time to visit the state as the weather is cool and pleasant, making it perfect for exploring the beautiful landscapes and natural attractions that the state has to offer.

lunch in Meghalaya

Here are 10 reasons why someone might consider visiting the state in January:

1. Festivals and Cultural Events:

The state is well-known for celebrating various festivals such as Kite Festival, Behdienkhlam, Shad Suk Mynsiem, and others. January is a month with many festivals and cultural events happening in Meghalaya, showing the state’s unique and vibrant culture.

2. Weather in Meghalaya:

January is one of the driest and coldest months of the year in Meghalaya. With comfortable weather and pleasant temperatures, January is the perfect time to explore and enjoy the beauty of the state’s natural wonders.

3. Beautiful Scenery:

The state is a lush green state with rolling hills, cloudy skies, and dense forests. January offers travellers one of the best times to witness the lovely scenery for themselves amidst clear skies, blooming flowers, and gurgling streams. One of the main attractions is Cherrapunji, known for being one of the wettest places on Earth. Another popular destination is Shillong, the capital city of the state, where you can enjoy beautiful lakes, gardens, and viewpoints.

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Dawki Meghalaya

4. Waterfalls:

Waterfalls here are at their best during the winter months like January. The increased flow and the lush surroundings make it an incredible time to visit waterfalls such as Nohkalikai, Elephant Falls, and other beautiful cascades in the region. In January, you can witness the lush greenery and breathtaking waterfalls in full glory.

5. Wildlife:

January is an excellent month for birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts to visit the state as several species of migratory birds and some unique animals can be spotted in this time.

6. Trekking:

January, with its clear weather, is ideal for trekkers who want to explore the soaring peaks and emerald valleys of Meghalaya. The famous David Scott Trail, Nongkhnum Island, and Mawryngkhang Trek are some of the fantastic trekking options for those looking to explore the region.

tlow Testimonial Assam-Meghalaya
tlow Testimonial Assam-Meghalaya

7. Adventure sports:

Meghalaya offers a wide range of adrenaline-pumping activities such as caving, rock climbing, mountaineering, rappelling, and water sports. January is the perfect time to enjoy such adventures in the rolling mountains of Meghalaya.

8. Delicious Cuisine: Meghalaya’s cuisine is a unique blend of regional and local flavours. January can provide a perfect opportunity for travellers to try some of the state’s best dishes at food festivals held at different locations.

9. Shop:

January in Meghalaya can be a shopper’s paradise as various markets offer traditional handicrafts, woven shawls, organic tea, and more from different parts of the state.

10. Local Hospitality:

The people of Meghalaya are famous for their hospitality, friendliness, and willingness to help tourists. January will be an incredible time to meet friendly locals and learn about their cultures and traditions. During this time, you can also participate in various festivals and events that take place in Meghalaya. The Wangala Festival, also known as the ‘100 Drums Festival’, is a major cultural event celebrated by the Garo tribe in January. The festival showcases traditional dance performances, music, and cultural displays.

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