The next morning we were up by 6 and check out by 7 to our next destination Cherapunjee.
It took us around 3-4 hours to reach Cherapunjee since we made a lot of stops on the way.
Driving through the beautiful clouds was one in a million experience.
Our first stop was The elephant falls, this point falls on the way ti Cherapunjee followed by Laitmawsiang - the garden of caves (it is not a well known tourist spot as not many people know about this ), it's a long trekk down to the waterfalls and not many tourists are around, you'll have to trekk through caves and waterfalls, we took a little bath at the last waterfall , it was like our own private pool.
The water was freezing cold though but I'd suggest Krang Shuri will be a better option as there are life gaurds there.
Soon we reached Cherapunjee and we made couple of stops at Nohkalikai Waterfalls,(a trekk which we didn't opt for since there's a beautiful view point , also this water fall has a spine chilling horror story )and the famous Seven sister waterfalls.
After that we went to the caves which I personally did not like much, if you're into archeological stuff, it's a must visit, I'm a little claustrophobic so I was a little skeptical about it.
The last and so far the best stop was at the Dainthlen Falls, you can chill by the flowing water with lots of stalls that serve yummy pineapples !
Grab a couple of beers perhaps for the buzz if you'd want to, you'll be able to see people camping by the water and lots of picnics. Around 6pm our day came to an end at the famous Sai I Mika resort. An authentic resort admist the hills, very famous for its khasi cottages and fire places.
I'll recommend you to stay here for a perfect experience of Cherapunjee.