| || Cherrapunjee
- Also known as Sohra, famous for being the wettest place on earth.A
pleasant drive of 56 km takes us amidst nature's most beautiful creation,
with waterfalls including the famous Nohsngithiang falls leaping into deep
gorges, limestone caves, orange orchards and the birth place of the
magnificient Khasi culture. Situated 56 Kms from Shillong and 1300 metres
above sea level, known all over the world as the rainiest place on the
Mawsynram: 56 Kms from Shillong,it is known for the Giant Stalagmite
formation shaped into a "Shivalinga" and found inside a cave known
locally as 'Mawjymbuin'. A unique geological formation called "Symper
Shillong Peak: An ideal picnic spot, 1965 metres above sea level and
10 kms from the city, offers a panoramic view of these country side
Sohpetbneng Peak: 1,343 meter, 20 Kms from Shillong, regarded as
sacred by the Hynniewtrep people
Botanical Garden: A secluded and captivating spot with a plethora of
indigenous and exotic plants
State Museum: The State Museum is located in the state central
library premises with a good collection of artifacts of North Eastern India
Cathedral of Mary Help of Christian: A beautiful building laid in its
own grounds, the cathedral attracts devotees and visitors alike.
Bishop and Beadon Falls: Both cascade down the same escarpment into a
deep valley, the mass of water dissolving into misty sparks.
Sweet Falls: Situated near Happy Valley, most suitable for a day's
outing and picnic.
Crinoline Falls: Located in the heart of the city adjacent to the
Lady Hydari Park , lies the Crinoline Falls
Note: All Photos
displayed are Intellectual Property of Nivalink Consultancy Services Pvt. Ltd.
and any unauthorized use is strictly prohibited. [Our