Mawsynram

Places to visit in Mawsynram

Mawsynram at a glance:

Coordinates: 25.2975° N, 91.5826° E

State: Meghalaya

Mawsynram is a village in the East Khasi Hills district of Meghalaya state in north-eastern India, 65 kilometres from Shillong. Mawsynram receives one of the highest rainfalls in India. It is reportedly the wettest place on Earth.

How to reach Mawsynram:

By Air :

Shillong Airport feeds as the nearest airport to Mawsynram. Cabs are available from the airport.

By Rail :

Guwahati Railway station serves tourists with Railway services. You can get down at Guwahati Station and take a taxi or bus to Mawsynram.

By Road :

You could also book a taxi or jeep to travel to Mawsynram.

Places to visit in Mawsynram:

Cherrapunjee:

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Referred to as Sohra and Churra, Cherrapunjee gives you a million reasons to visit it. It is known as the second wettest place of this earth and the only place in India to receive rainfall the entire year long.

Book your Gokarna beach trek here.

Mawlyngbna:

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About 25 km away from Mawsynram, Mawlyngbna is known for rich fossils and a natural geyser.

Book your Rishikesh trip from Delhi here.

Mawsmai Caves:

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The holy cave of the Khasis is in the Mawsmai village. The cave is almost 150 m long and it is easy to pass through. The Mawsmai caves are an ideal location for cave exploration and cave diving.

Nohalikalai Falls:

Crowned the fifth highest waterfall of India, Nohkalikai is situated about five km from Mawsynram. Water falls from a height of 1,000 ft , making it unstoppable from the highest peak to the bottom of the falls making it a fabulous tourist attraction.

Book your trip to Canyon valley in Khandala here.

What to eat in Mawsynram:

For the foodies, the eating choices in Mawsynram are limited although eating in Cherrapunjee can be a memorable experience. You can relish Khasi cuisine such as pork rice and more. Shops selling pork and other red meat flourish in the town. Sohra Pulao which is rice cooked with oil and vegetables wietables without spices is a must try for everyone visiting this place. One will also find Indian Chinese, Punjabi and Bengali cuisines in Cherrapunjee. But the specialty of the region lies in the fact that these will mostly be the Khasi version of these cuisines.

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