Cherrapunjee is a high-altitude town in Meghalaya and is popularly known as one of the wettest places on earth. Constant rainfall throughout the year has resulted in the creation of the most magnificent landscape and natural features that are worthy of exploration.
One of the marvels found here is the Double Decker Living Root Bridge, one of the many living root bridges that are man-made by the local tribes. Then there are the equally fascinating caves, which number 1580 in total, and include the longest (Krem Liat Prah) and deepest caves in India. Add to this impressive list the Nohkalikai Waterfalls, the 4th highest waterfall in the world, dropping down a whopping 1100 feet.
Other interesting places include Thankarang Park—a picturesque destination with gardens, fountains, and greenhouse) and Koh Ramhah—an interesting rock in the shape of an upside down basket.
Cherrapunjee is a natural paradise begging to be explored. Book a tour with TourGenie to experience this wonderful place during the ideal season.