Meghalaya is home to some stunning and baffling cavern frameworks and Mawsmai Cave is by a wide margin the most mainstream of the part. Found only 6 km away from the core of Cherrapunji Mawsmai cavern is an amazing labyrinth of collapses the East Khasi Hills of Meghalaya. The sufficiently bright gives in are a view to observe when the flickering lights meet with the limestone to make endless tints and examples of light.
There is a lot of widely varied vegetation inside the cavern to grab one’s eye. The length of the cavern is only 150 meters which isn’t the longest contrasted with different collapses the area yet it without a doubt gives one a brief look at life in the underground. Mawsmai Caves are best observed out traveling to Cherrapunji or Shillong. Start your outing with Cherrapunjee, not missing the caverns while here and tail it with an outing to Shillong.
Attractions: Living Root Bridge, Mawsmai Caves, Nohkalikai Falls, Plains of Bangladesh: Worth The Capture, The Seven Sisters Waterfall, Nokrek National Park, Thangkharang Park, Dainthlen Falls, Mawkdok Dympep Valley View.
Best Time to visit: January to May and September to December.
How to Reach
- By Air: While Umroi Airport in Shillong is the nearest air terminal to the town, it isn’t associated with all the significant urban areas. In this way, on the off chance that you wish to spare time and drive via air, take a trip to Guwahati Airport, which is the second closest air terminal and is found 181 kilometers from Cherrapunji.
- By Rail: Guwahati Railway Station is the nearest to the town and is associated with all the significant urban areas. You can take a train till here, and later enlist a taxi or board a transport to reach Cherrapunji.
- By Road: On the off chance that you cherish travels and wish to take a grand one to Cherrapunji, you can take an administration run or private transport till Guwahati transport stand. From that point, you can enlist a taxi to arrive at the town. If not transport, you can likewise drive your very own vehicle right to Cherrapunji for a faultless encounter, if you have a great deal of time.