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3 Viewpoints to explore in East Khasi Hills

East Khasi Hills

The East Khasi Hills District is mostly hilly with deep gorges and ravines on the southern portion. The most important physiographic features of the district is the Shillong Plateau interspersed with river valley, then fall sharply in the southern portion forming deep gorges and ravine in Mawsynram and Shella-Bholaganj bordering Bangladesh.

Arwah Lumshynna Cave
Arwah Lumshynna CaveCherrapunjee, Meghalaya 793108, India

A huge cave surrounded by the thick forest. The cave is known for its fossil formations, limestone structures, and stalagmite and stalactite formations which are believed to be millions of years old. It houses many narrow passages and chambers, as well as a stream that flows inside the cave.

Shillong View Point
Shillong View PointEast Khasi Hills, Meghalaya 793004, India

Mountaintop with observation towers offering views of the sweeping vistas of Shillong City.

Wah-kaba Falls
Wah-kaba FallsCherrapunjee, Meghalaya 793111, India

The waterfall descends from a steep rockface and drops approximately 170-190 metres into a gorge. There is a local legend that two fairies live at the falls.

Map of Viewpoints to explore in East Khasi Hills