Private


High Winds


Jowai, Meghalaya


Accessible By:-

Road

Known for:-

Isolated land, Thadlaskein lake and Moopun waterfalls
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Off Roading

Cycling

Campfire

Toilets

Description And Features

Highwinds are the official campsite partners for the NH7 Weekender in Meghalaya and their hospitality is a combination of local culture and industry standards. The campsite is located in a pinewood forest near the gorgeous Thadlaskein lake and the majestic towering Moopun waterfalls. The place is well connected by roads and is ideal for taking a short break on your overland journey at this campsite. Distance/Time from Guwahati: 146 km / 3 and a half-hour drive

Amenities

  • Toilet
  • Bathroom
  • Kitchen
  • Pets
  • Charging Point
  • Drinking Water
  • Barbeque
  •     Bonfire
  • Picnic Table>
  • Breakfast

Activities


Off-Roading

Visite nearby places.

Local Farm Visit

Visit to the local farm.

Accomodation and charges


Check-in:

Flexible

Check-out:

Flexible

Cancellation policy:

Flexible

Climate and Temperature


Suitable-for:

All season

Temp in Summer:

6-15

Temp in Winter:

1-5

Krang Suri waterfall

Krang Suri must already be on your list if you're looking for information for a trip in Meghalaya. Emerald blue water and cliff dives are the epitomai of the waterfall universe and this one has the best of both. There are professional guards for overall security available so don't think twice before taking the leap (with a life jacket, of course).



Moopun waterfall

Moopun waterfall is a place tucked away among rolling hills and remote villages. It requires a trek before you can get your feet in the sand-based waterfall but it absolutely worth it. There are two levels to this waterfall, one is a smaller one whereas the second one is a higher plunge off the cliff of the first one. They're both great and we recommend going to both of them. Don't get tired after the first one, you'll regret it when back home.



Drive through the west Jaintia hills

The roads that lead to Nh7 music festival in November, the winding valleys of West Jaintia hills where the sun is at your eye level and the spirits higher than the clouds (literally, cause you are above them). You can explore this entire region on wheels and on foot without getting bored for a minute. There are plenty of local outlets that serve the traditional dishes and you must stop at one of them. The hygiene levels are great so don't refrain from stopping at smaller shops, that's where you will get an authentic experience.