Cherrapunji: Exploring the Wettest Place on Earth

Nestled amidst the emerald embrace of the East Khasi Hills in Meghalaya, India, lies Cherrapunji, a land etched in legend for its astounding rainfall. Formerly known as Sohra, this captivating town holds the coveted title of the place with the highest recorded annual rainfall in the world.

But Cherrapunji’s allure extends far beyond its reputation for showers. It’s a place where cascading waterfalls plunge into verdant valleys, where ancient caves whisper secrets, and where the resilient spirit of the Khasi people thrives.