Located in the Meghalaya plateau, Sohra, previously known as ‘Cherrapunjee’, is world famous for being the second wettest place on earth. Wrapped in a lush green cover, the town overlooks the flat Bangladesh plains in the distance. Monsoons add color to Sohra by filling up the waterfalls thereby adding a dramatic element to the scenery, making it one of the best places to visit in May in India. The Nohkalikai Falls is hauntingly beautiful, and the world famous Dainthen Falls remains gloriously nonchalant all throughout, along with the Kynrem Falls, which the highest in Meghalaya. The major attraction of Sohra are the natural caves while the ‘root bridges’ across the gushing mountain streams along the deep gorges, makes up for a fascinating sight!How to get there: Well-connected by roadways from Shillong. The nearest airport and railway station is in Guwahati, Assam.