Cherrapunjee 1/8 by Tripoto
September- May
site- seeing, photography, nature trails, trekking, camping
Known as one of the wettest places on Earth, Cherrapunji recieves rainfall throughout the year. The main activity here is trekking and the most popular trekking route is the double decker bio bridge root. These bridges are expert examples of bio- engineering practices and can hold upto 50 people at one time. There has always been a controversy about whether Cherrapunji is the wettest city of India or it is Mawsynram which is also in the same state. The beautiful rain- kissed views of the valley on the East of the Khasi hills and the valleys of Bangladesh attracts people from all over the world. Cherrapunji is also known as Sohra or Churra which means "The Land of Oranges". River canoying, rock climbing and camping are some other activities that you can enjoy here.
Rakesh Ranjan
Trip enter third day , it was going by a plan first it was to visit world wettest place (Cherrapunji : we read it in text book) But Mawsynram is the latest . Cherrapunji is basically a Waterfall , Nohkalikai , We tried to reach bottom of it by trekking but after certain point there was large bushes so we stop at that point. After that we had a lunch and went to Mawsmai Cave which was ancient . Then we went to devil rock .
Richa Mehrotra
Living Root Bridges in Meghalaya