Cherrapunji Honeymoon Tour Packages

Cherrapunji, also known as Sohra, is a town in Meghalaya that was once the wettest spot on Earth. It is famous for its double-decker living root bridge. This subdivision town, which is around 50 kilometres from Shillong, is well-known for its diverse flora and scenic surroundings. Cherrapunji continues to hold the record for the most recorded rainfall in a calendar year, despite the fact that Mawsynram is currently the wettest location on earth. Other natural attractions, besides the well-known live root bridge, include the Mawsmai Caves and Krem Phyllut. Another well-known tourist destination in the area is Mawylyngnong, Asia’s cleanest hamlet, where visitors can stay and sample the local cuisine and culture. One of the wettest spots on earth, Cherrapunji in Meghalaya, is also the only location in India where it rains continuously. About 50 kilometres southwest of the state’s capital, Shillong, the town of Cherrapunji is tucked away in the East Khasi Hills. “The land of oranges” is the meaning of Cherrapunji, often spelled Sohra or Churra. Additionally, Cherrapunji’s cliffs provide breathtaking views of Bangladesh’s plains. Cherrapunji offer Nohkalikai Falls and Wei Sawdong.

Weather in Cherrapunji

Cherrapunji is known as the wettest place in India, situated in the state of Meghalaya. One of the perfect places to plan a honeymoon trip because of its picturesque quality and beautiful weather conditions. The serene prettiness of this particular place is something that a couple must experience. Cherrapunji allows honeymoon couples a peaceful environment over the mesmerising mountains full of lush greenery away from the hustle and bustle of metropolis areas.
Couples can witness plenty of waterfalls in cherrapunji by holding hand-in-hand. Summer and winter are the two best seasons to visit this beautiful location. However, you have to keep one thing in mind to avoid visiting it in monsoon. 
Winter is comparatively a good time compared to any other season for planning your honeymoon trip to Cherrapunji because at this time the maximum temperature you guys can find here is 18 degree celsius whereas minimum temperature is 6 degree celsius. Even visiting it in summer is a good idea, but the thing that plays a spoilsport role during this period of time is heavy rainfall. The maximum temperature recorded here in summer is 25 degree celsius, and minimum is 17 degree celsius which makes it a perfect place to escape from the high temperature of the plain areas.

How to Reach Cherrapunji

By Air:
Umroi Airport which is situated near the capital city of Meghalaya is the nearest airport to reach Cherrapunji. The required distance couples can find between the airport and Cherrapunji is nearly 60 km and the drive from the airport to Cherrapunji is quite astonishing as you get a chance to witness many magnificent scenarios. Although the Shillong Airport is a domestic airline, even after that it is well connected to the other cities of India. 
The nearest international airline couples can find to Cherrapunji is Guwahati International Airport. Which also provides many options to reach your desired location
By Train:
Guwahati railway station is the only railway station which is situated near Cherrapunji. Therefore, couples who want to visit Cherrapunji by train will be able to visit only till Guwahati and after that they have to take a cab service to reach their desired site.
By Road:
There are many bus and cab services available from Shillong to cherrapunji as well as from Guwahati to cherrapunji which connects Cherrapunji with both the cities. From Guwahati couples can take a rental cab service till Cherrapunji but if you have your own automobile then you can drive through NH40 a well-maintained highway to reach Cherrapunji for their honeymoon trip.

Frequently Asked Questions on Cherrapunji

1. What are the best places to visit in Cherrapunjee?

Being one of the wettest places on earth, Cherrapunjee is home to various waterfalls, parks and caves. You can visit Mawkdok Dympep Valley, Seven Sister Falls, Nohkalikai Falls and Eco Park during your tour in Cherrapunjee.

2. Why is Cherrapunjee a famous tourist destination?

Cherrapunjee is famous for its average annual rainfall which is about 450 inches (11430 mm) and considered as the world’s wettest place. It is also famous for some of its tallest and biggest waterfalls like Seven sisters Falls, Nohkalikai Falls and Wei Sawdong Falls.

3. Which is the best time to visit Cherrapunjee?

Every season is best for visiting Cherrapunjee, but nature lovers must visit Cherrapunjee in monsoon or just after monsoon as at this point of time you can see the waterfalls in its real beauty.

4. Does it rain every time in Cherrapunjee?

It does not rain every time or everyday. But it is a place where there is rainfall regularly. The cause of heavy rainfall is due to the summer air currents coming from the floodplains of Bangladesh by streaming.

5. Which is a better place, Shillong or Cherrapunjee?

Both the places are beautiful, it depends on visitors who visit Meghalaya. Because Cherrapunjee is more lively with its waterfalls and Shillong with its own views, markets and cafes.

6. Is Cherrapunjee safe?

Yes, Cherrapunjee is a safe place. Due to the lowest crime ratio in Meghalaya, the state offers you a safe environment to travel and explore.

7. What about the road conditions in Meghalaya?

Roads and highways in Meghalaya are really good and well maintained within the state.

8. Is Cherrapunjee a beautiful place?

Due to the presence of numerous waterfalls and green mountains, Cherrapunjee is really a beautiful place for an excursion. Also being the wettest region in the country, Cherrapunjee has become a most preferable spot for tourists.

9. How many months does it rain in Cherrapunjee?

In Cherrapunjee monsoon starts from March and lasts up to October . And July is the wettest month in Cherrapunjee with an average rainfall of 16.4 inches.

10. Is visiting Cherrapunjee economical?

Yes visiting Cherrapunjee is economical as you can easily find budget hotels and stays in Cherrapunjee.

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