Day 01: Arrived at Shillong airport or railway station to Mawsynram (60km/2.5 Hours)
Arrive at Shillong airport or railway station and proceed to Mawsynram, Worlds wettest places on earth. Upon arrival check in to hotel and freshen up and get ready. You may have lunch at same hotel. After lunch you will be taken to Mawsmai Falls and Mawsmai Caves. By the evening return back to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Mawsynram hotel
Lunch: Served at same hotel
Day 02: Full day tour of Mawsynram village – Cherrapunji
After breakfast start your day by visit such famous places of Mawsynram which includes Mawlyngbna, Mawphlang Dam, Mawphlang Sacred Forest. After sightseeing you will be taken towards Cherrapunji which is 81 km away from Mawsynram. Enroute you may stop for lunch at any good restaurant. After lunch continue your journey towards Cherrapunji. Upon arrival you will visit Nohalikalai Falls and experience legend story behind fall, visit Mawsmai Cave, Dainthlen Falls. After sightseeing you may have lunch at Halari restaurant. Later visit some more important excursion which includes Khoh Ramhah. By the evening return back to Mawsynram and overnight stay with dinner at hotel
Meals: Breakfast and Diner
Lunch: Served at any enroute restaurant
Day 03: Departs from Cherrapunji to Shillong
After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to Shillong. Upon arrival you will drop to airport or railway station for onwards journey. Tour gets end with lots of memory
MAWSYNRAM, INDIA: THE WETTEST PLACE ON EARTH.
The dampest place on earth lies in the state Meghalaya in the Northeast of India. It’s also known as “The Abode of Clouds”. The moist-warm air, which is blown across during the Monsoon from the Bay of Bengal, ascends over the Khasi hills. The clouds grow stronger and then it rains…and rains…and rains. The world record of rainfall per year (from 1952 – 1962) was measured in the village Mawsynram. Averagely 13.108 liters/m² fall here each year and therefore hold the title of “wettest place on earth”. New measures near the city Cherrapunji (the second wettest place on earth) show a similar amount of rain, where you’ll also come across the amazing living root bridges.