This natural wonder is tied to the adventure activity of trekking. It helps you explore the beauty and natural brilliance of rainbow waterfalls.
The Seven Sisters Falls are also called Nohsngithiang or Mawsamai. The falls' name comes from their seven segments.
This waterfall has the highest drop in all of India at approximately 340 meters. Rainwater is the primary water source for waterfalls.
Dawki is a Meghalayan village located on the border between its home country, India, and its neighboring country, Bangladesh.
This waterfall village is located in the city of Cherrapunji. The town known as Krem Puri is also home to the world's longest sandstone cave.
The Cherrapunji Eco Park is near the Seven Sisters Waterfalls. From Cherrapunji's city center, you can reach the location by bus in 3km.
The valley is located on the Shillong-Cherrapunji road and is best known for the breathtaking views it provides.
This limestone cave in Cherrapunji draws tourists who want to experience the natural beauty of the area.
The Kynrem Falls is the seventh-highest waterfall within Indian territory. The falls' elevation is 305 meters.
Khasi Monoliths are an exotic sight revealing the culture and customs of the Khasi Hills' tribes.
Ka Khoh Ramhah's rock formations are one of the most popular tourist destinations in Cherrapunji. Pillar Rock and Mothorp are additional names for the location.
The Arwah Caves of Cherrapunji are the most accessible caves for tourists compared to the other caves in the area.
Mawmluh is a charming village in the area, and according to historical records, the caves here are the oldest.