The place receives 11777 mm rainfall each year making it one of the wettest places on the earth. The place is famous for The Seven Sisters Waterfall, View of plains of Bangladesh, Double Decker Living Root BridgesNokrek National Park, Thangkharang Park, Dainthlen Falls, Cascade Water fall, Krem Phyllut, Mawkdok Dympep Valley View and Mawsmai Cave.
It is reportedly the wettest place on Earth, with an average annual rainfall of 11,872 millimeters (467.4 in). Places to visit are Mawjymbuin Cave, Lum Symper Peak and Cave, Khreng Khreng Waterfall, Mawlyngbna and Krem Puri , Split Rock and Lew Luri Lura Fossil Trek where you will witness Fossils as old as 450 million years ago.
Places to visit are Elephant Falls, Umiam Lake, Shillong Peak & View Point, Don Bosco Museum, Sweet Falls, Laitlum Canyons, Police Bazar, Ward’s Lake, Phan Nonglait Park etc.
New on the tourist map, less crowded Jowai is very scenic and is famous for Krang Suri Falls, Tyrshi Falls, Bophill Falls, Nartiang Monoliths, U Lum Sunaraja, Ialong Park.
In 2003, Mawlynnong was awarded the title of the cleanest Village in Asia by Discover India. Alongside cleanliness, the village have achieved a lot- be it 100 percent literacy rate, or a women empowerment scenario that the rest of the world can only dream of.
Dawki-Umngot River (Famous for see through waters), Jaflong Zero Point, Shnongpdeng, Mawlynnong Village, Borhill Falls and India- Bangladesh International border.
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