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Situated in Meghalaya, Baghmara is not only rich in flora and fauna, but it is enveloped by lakes, rivers, hills and every significant element of the nature. Flanked by the South Garo hills and fed by the Simsang river, this minute town is host to hordes of tourists every year.
Every wildlife freak should visit this place because just 4km from the town of Baghmara, is the Baghmara Reserve Forest, inhabited with elephants, birds and langurs. For the labyrinth lovers, there are the Siju caves, the third longest cave system in the Indian subcontinent consisting of innumerable labyrinths and chambers. The magnificent limestone rock formation inside the caves, termed as the 'Princess Di's Chamber' is particularly awe-inspiring. Like this wasn't enough, the Siju Bird Sanctuary offers to keep the bird enthusiasts hooked up with the rarest of species migrating here during the winters. If you're catching up with your old mates on a short vacation, this is the place to be.
- Carry extra food and supplies with you, facilities are not present at proper intervals.- Carry enough first aid along with you, the area is very remote and has not been well developed yet.- Make sure you have enough information beforehand of wherever you go sightseeing or have a guide with you.
A thick blanket of trees and vegetation. Famous for its tasty fish. Home to the carnivorous Pitcher Plant.
It rains heavily in Baghmara which leave the place dormant during the monsoon months. Limited eating joints and restaurants are available.
For the admirers of nature and those who keep exploring the diversity of flora and fauna. A good place for a family vacation, solo trip and also for couples.
Baghmara being a less developed town doesn't have an airport or a railway station of its own, so you have to put in a little effort to reach here. The Guwahati International Airport is the nearest ... (Read More)