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TLOW diary | Week 4 – Assam & Meghalaya

There is a first time between your fear and your journey of freedom and I found The Land Of Wanderlust to leave behind my fear and doubt to ignite the wanderlust in me. How I found tlow One fine day when I was finally done with all the stupid anxiety and fear, I searched for […]

dawki river

TLOW diary | Week 3 – Assam & Meghalaya

Today is the day I truly understood the difference between holidaying and travelling. To travel is to experience, to understand, to learn, to grow, to live somebody else’s daily life, and to create valuable memories. TLOW has given travelling a new dimension. It has redefined my want to be a well-travelled person. For me, this […]

Kaziranga in April

TLOW diary | Week 2 – Assam & Meghalaya

February, 2017 First impression: Had signed up for the North East trip six months in advance solely sold by the blueprint and the dedication with which the entire content was structured. I generally research thoroughly before signing up for any solo trip and by far there is no contender for tlow mainly because of four […]

Dawki Meghalaya

Backpacker’s road trip around Tawang & Meghalaya in 10 days

Here is tlow’s 10 day backpacker road trip around the North Eastern regions of Arunchal Pradesh & Meghalaya. In 10 days we experience the cold weather of Tawang and the Monasteries in the region and then we move to the more colorful tropical plans of Shillong and Cherrapunji in Meghalaya.  Tawang Inclusion: Exclusions: Only on […]

Camping at Dawki Meghalaya

Where the crystal clear Umngot river flows: Dawki, Meghalaya

A road trip to Dawki is an absolute must on one’s bucket list while traveling to the North Eastern state of Meghalaya. Dawki is a small town along the Indo-Bangladesh border along the River Umngot in the West Jaintia hills some 75 km away from the state capital of Shillong. The best way to reach […]

Majuli sunset

7 days backpacker blueprint: Assam and Meghalaya

Here is The Land Of Wanderlust’s blueprint to a backpacking road trip around the North Eastern states of Assam and Meghalaya. In Assam, we will backpack to Majuli, the largest river island in the world and Kaziranga National Park – the home of the one horn rhino. While in Meghalaya, we will make Shillong our […]

Riwai single decker root bridge

The Living Root Bridge: Riwai, Megahalaya

Deep within the forest area of North-Eastern state of Meghalaya, considered one of the wettest regions in the world, is a small War-Khasis tribal village named Riwai where a bridge to cross the flowing river water within the forest hasn’t been constructed or built out of wooden logs or bamboos but rather strangely has been […]


The cleanest village in Asia: Mawlynnong, Meghalaya

Located at a distance of 90 km from the state capital of Shillong; in the state of Meghalaya is the village of Mawlynnong. This village has been dubbed as God’s own garden because of its stunning natural beauty and cleanliness. Mawlynnong was awarded the cleanest village in Asia for the sanitation in and around it, […]

Shillong pork shop

Backpackers road trip around Nagaland & Meghalaya in 8 day

Here is The Land Of Wanderlust’s blueprint to an eight-day backpacker’s road trip around the lesser explored states of Meghalaya and Nagaland in the North-Eastern part of India. Meghalaya is well known for having a couple of the wettest villages in the world and also the living root bridge. Nagaland is the epicentre of culture […]

Cherrapunji waterfall

Home to the 7 Sister Falls: Cherrapunji, Meghalaya

Cherrapunji is a small town in the state of Meghalaya which is famous for being the wettest place on earth. However, the nearby town of Mawsynram receives more rainfall and both these Indian towns have now been surpassed by a town in Colombia called Lloró. Cherrapunji is situated at an altitude of around 4,869 feet […]

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