Recognized as one of the wettest spots on the planet, the hypnotizing town of Mawsynram is a nature sweetheart’s joy and the ideal goal to view the magnificence of the downpours. Mawsynram trounces Cherrapunjee just barely in being the wettest spot in India.
A rain lover’s heaven, the town is a standout amongst other vacation destinations of India. The ‘Maw’ in Mawsynram is a Khasi word signifying ‘stone’. It symbolizes the one of a kind stone monuments uncovered in the Khasi Hill territory. The town is outstanding for its gigantic arrangement of a stalagmite, which takes after the state of a ‘Shivling’. Situated in the East Khasi Hill region of Meghalaya, Mawsynram is 1400 m above ocean level. The rains are so amazing in Mawsynram that the nearby residents need to utilize thick grass to sound-evidence their homes from the booming precipitation.
Attractions: Mawsmai Caves, Mawsmai Falls, Nohkalikai Falls, Mawlyngbna, Cherrapunjee, etc…
Best Time to visit: Summer Season At the April and June when India Having quit hot.
How to Reach
- By Air: Shillong Airport nourishes as the closest air terminal to Mawsynram which is 60 km away. It associates all the significant urban communities and states broadly just as universally. It will take 3 hours for you to reach Mawsynram from the air terminal. On your way to the goal appreciate the beautiful excellence and lovely climate of the spot. Something else, on the off chance that you don’t have a non-stop trip to Shillong pick the one that grounds in Guwahati. Moreover, pick taxi or vehicle to make a trip to travel a 70 km separation to Shillong.
- By Road: Guwahati Railway station serves visitors with Railway administrations. Drop down at Guwahati Station and take a taxi or transport to Mawsynram. The separation between the two is 151 km and it will take close around 4 hours to reach the town from Guwahati Station.