A Waterfall Tour
After breakfast, proceed towards Nohkalikai Falls; the tallest plunge waterfall in India. With a drop of about 335 m the Nohkalikai Falls is the fourth highest waterfall in the whole world. The mesmerizing beauty of the falls is aptly complemented by the stunning forests and verdant valleys all around. Situated in the lap of the rugged mountainous terrain, this waterfall is a gem hidden away from the clutches of the metropolitan life. Further, head to Dain-Thlen Waterfall; one of the most picturesque waterfalls in the region, and thus, an important hub for tourists in Cherrapunji. Visit ‘The Seven Sister Falls’ view point. The Seven Sister Falls is a kind of waterfall which symbolizes the seven states in Northeast India. This Waterfall is famed for its enormous size as the streams drop from limestone cliffs from a height of almost 1035 feet, and the waterfall has an average width of 70 metres. The most beautiful vistas of the waterfall can be witnessed during sunset and sunrise hours when vibrant colours illuminate the water streams. Monsoon marks the maximum footfall when the force of the water is at its peak and the falls are engulfed in clouds and mist. Later in the evening, visit Kynrem Falls. Kynrem Falls is a three-tiered waterfall, making for a scenic sight worth admiring. The crystal clear water stream plummets down from a height of nearly a thousand feet, leaving the spectators awestruck. The soft noise of the rumbling noise and dense mist adorning the water are bound to rejuvenate your soul. If time permits, head towards ‘Mawsynram’, regarded as the wettest place on Planet Earth. Mawsynram receives close to a whopping 12m of rain every year.