Cherrapunjee - the 'ex' wettest place of India

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Located in Meghalaya, Cherrapunjee can be covered in a days tour by the Tourist department's tour bus or by booking a cab for Rs 2000.

It was a continued trip from Guwahati where the stay in Shillong was split into 2 days, one for Maylynnong and Cherrapunjee.

The site seeing spots are:

Nohkalikai Waterfalls - 1100 ft waterfall, if you are lucky, you will get to see it. We were not and could not view it!

Photo of Cherrapunjee, Meghalaya, India by Ryokõ-shä

Eco park- This is a large space including streams and waterfalls. One may go around, take picture and enjoy the natural view.

a view

Photo of Cherrapunjee - the 'ex' wettest place of India by Ryokõ-shä

waterfalls

Photo of Cherrapunjee - the 'ex' wettest place of India by Ryokõ-shä

Ramkrishna Mission - This museum is dedicated by the mission to uphold the culture and traditions of the place

Photo of Cherrapunjee - the 'ex' wettest place of India by Ryokõ-shä

Ka Khoh Ramah - This is a giant natural Shivling made of rock. From this place Bangladesh is visible.

Photo of Cherrapunjee - the 'ex' wettest place of India by Ryokõ-shä

Mawasmai Cave - This is a mysterious cave, where one may have a thrilling experience for a cost of just Rs 80. Water dripping from the top, stalactites and stalagmites are a common here. One has to bend and crawl to get out of the other way.

Photo of Cherrapunjee - the 'ex' wettest place of India by Ryokõ-shä
Photo of Cherrapunjee - the 'ex' wettest place of India by Ryokõ-shä

Seven Sister Waterfall- This is a famous attraction visible from the road.

Photo of Cherrapunjee - the 'ex' wettest place of India by Ryokõ-shä

Double Decker Bridge - This is a living root bridge, but has a double Decker.

Photo of Cherrapunjee - the 'ex' wettest place of India by Ryokõ-shä

It will consume a whole day to cover these places. Also the food available isn't that good.

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hi can you give me an estimate for the trip
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