The West Jaintia Hills district is located in the state of Meghalaya, India. It is situated in the eastern part of the state and is known for its scenic beauty and rich cultural heritage. The district shares its borders with the East Jaintia Hills district to the east, the East Khasi Hills district to the west, the Ri-Bhoi district to the south, and the Kamrup district of Assam to the north.

The district headquarters of West Jaintia Hills is located in Jowai, which is also the largest town in the district. Jowai is a vibrant town known for its picturesque landscapes and traditional festivals. The major languages spoken in the district are Khasi, Pnar, and English.

Nartiang Monoliths
Krang Suri Falls
Tyrshi Falls
Jarain Pitcher Plant Lake
Ialong Park
Jayanti Shaktipeeth Shri Nartiang Durga Temple, Meghalaya
Thadlaskein Lake
Kiang Nangbah Monument
Wah Umngot
Moopun Falls
Rynji Falls
Kupli Dam
Leshka Dam