The 5 Longest Natural Caves of Meghalaya

In India there are many popular caves such as Ajanta, Udaygiri, Barabar, Sigiriya, Undavalli, Pandavleni and Ellora which are famous tourist sites. Religious cave temples in India includes Amarnath Temple caves,Vaishno Devi Mandir, Badami Cave Temples and Hulimavu Shiva cave temple. Apart from the above there are 19 known more natural caves located in the deep dense forest of Meghalaya state, these caves offers most unique and rare beauty of nature and one of the major attraction of adventure Sports.

Krem Liat Prah – 22km


Krem Liat Prah is one of the known longest caves located in the Jaintia Hills of Meghalaya, The Abode of clouds.It is said to be longest cave in the Indian Subcontinent with total lenght of approximately 31 km.

Krem Kotsati – 21.5 km

Krem Kotsati is another explored natural caves under Jaintia Hills, measures approximately 21.5 km deeplyconsist with some virgin river passages. Krem Kotsati is India’s second longest cave with eight entrances and one entrance is through a deep pool.

Krem Tyngheng – 21km

Krem Tyngheng is one of the 11 new caves explored in Meghalaya, measures approximately 21km, one of the longest cave system in the Indian sub-continent.

Krem Synrang Pamiang – 14km

Synrang Pamiang cave is 14km long cave with five entrances and popular for its Titanic Hall. These caves are also home to many endemic species of flora and fauna.

Krem Umthloo – 13km

The 13km long Krem Umthloo cave is one of the most ideal cave for beginners to explore, location at Jaintia Hills. Caving in Meghalaya is one of the best tourist attraction along with highest waterfalls. Other long caves in Meghalaya are known as KremChympe,Krem Mawmluh,Krem Lymput, Krem Mawjymbuin and the most famous Mawsmai Cave.

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