Recorded as one of the world's wettest land on earth, Cherrapunji is a city that experiences monsoon season throughout the year. The city is one of the most popular tourist destinations
on earth and often referred to as the 'Land of Oranges'. Its unspoiled and natural beauty has occupied a place in the Guinness Book of Records. Cherrapunji is the sub divisional town in the East Khasi Hills district in the north- eastern state of Meghalaya (the world's wettest land also the most excellent & greatest number of known caves state).
The highest rainfall receives land on earth; Cherrapunji is perhaps the only place in India
which has only one season the "monsoon". However; the place has its own a natural phenomenon to not to disrupt day to day activities as the rainfall mostly occurs at night. . The dreamy tranquil witty area, Cherrapunji encased uncountable number of entrancing spots, waterfalls, widely acclaimed caves, parks, gardens akin to Seven Sisters Fall (Mawsmai Falls), Dainthlen Waterfalls, Nohkalikai Falls, Double Decker Root Bridge, Mawsynram, Khoh Ramhah, David Scott Memorial, Eco Park, Khasi Monoliths, Krem Phyllut Cave, Krem Mawmluh Cave, Cherrapunji Theological College at Nongsawlia, Ram Krishna Mission, Nongsawlia Presbyterian Church, Thangkharang Park and many more.
Best Time to Visit the "Land of Oranges"
As we all know that, the wettest land; Cherrapunji has no month without rain. However, in the matter of best time to visit the landscape
, one can varies its rainfall from heavy to medium to light. The best time for visiting Cherrapunji would be from October to May. Summers are from March to May and have an average highest temperature of around 23 degrees Celsius as summers are wet and the temperatures are mild. Heavy rainfall present from June to September. Winters start from November and last till February and it's chilly with temperatures ranging around 6 and 15 degrees Celsius.