The distance from Mawlynong and Mawsynram that we covered was almost 110 km .We drove for almost 3 hrs and 30 mins and finally reached this place .we reached about 7 pm and the weather was very cold .We had pre booked our stay with one pwd inspection bungalow and it seems that was the only hope for accommodation there as i could not find any other tourist accommodation nearby .The owner mentioned that it is always open for tourists .Next morning we were all set to see the place .It was a beautiful morning in the arms of nature with beautiful mountains stretched in front of us .What a beautiful morning it was !!!
After having breakfast we drove to a nearby village .The way to the village was amazing, full of beautiful mountains crafted with fragmented silver clouds.The clouds playfully gave a dramatic view to the already beautiful mountains .If you are trying to find solace then this is the perfect place because the silence is just wonderful .We could see the mountains full of waterfalls but all dried up.I even doubted if it was really the wettest place on earth as i didn’t see any down rush. Unfortunately we didn’t witness rain in Mawsynram during our stay but they say that it rains several times in a day during monsoon .Meghalaya means ‘land of the clouds’. Most of the rain occurs during the monsoon season, between June and September.Maybe we came here at the wrong time !!!There are several view points and tourist attractions here.The village is well known for its huge formation of a stalagmite, which takes after the shape of a ‘Shivling’.
Here are the pictures from Mawsynram: