India’s topography amazes one and all. This beautiful country is home to all kinds of terrains ranging from hills and mountains to beaches and ports. A trip across India is on the bucket list of a number of travelers. India’s fascinating festivals, marvelous people and stunning natural beauty attract one and all. One of the things most popular about the country is its monsoon. During the rainy season, you get to see a different aspect of the country. Several places turn into lush green bounties of breathtaking natural beauty. (CHECK OUT Offbeat Monsoon Destinations Near Mumbai That Nobody Knows About) The weather helps change India’s image from “a country where it’s always hot” to “a country of beautiful rivers and gushing waterfalls”. Most parts of India embrace the monsoon season as it provides relief from the scorching summer heat. Among these, there are some places that happen to be the wettest places on earth. If you are someone who loves the rains, here are 5 amazing paces where it rains the most in India. Also Read - Heartbreaking! Patna Rickshaw-Puller Crying on Flooded Street. Watch Viral Video

Mawsynram

Mawsynram in Meghalaya

Mawsynram in Meghalaya



Many people believe that Cherrapunji is the wettest place in the world. However, the truth is that the nearby village of Mawsynram has registered more rainfall. It also finds a mention in the Guinness Book of World Records for receiving 26,000 millimeters of rainfall in the 1985. Located in the north-eastern state of Meghalaya, Mawsynram receives an annual average rainfall of 11,872 mm. It is nestled in the East Khasi Hills which means that it is surrounding by lush green landscapes. ALSO SEE How to Reach Mawsynram, The Wettest Place On Earth Also Read - Monsoon Fury: Death Toll in Rain-related Incidents Rises to 134 Across India

Cherrapunji

Cherrapunji

Cherrapunji



Not far behind is the beautiful little town of Cherrapunji in Meghalaya. Cherrapunji is renowned as India’s wettest place and is home to several gushing waterfalls like the Seven Sisters falls and the Nohkalikai Falls. The route from Shillong to Cherrapunji is a delight in itself and takes you through some amazing, green mountain views. Also Read - Mumbai Rains LIVE: High Tide Expected at 3PM, Transportation Services Normal

Agumbe

Agumbe

Agumbe

Located in the beautiful Shimoga district in Karnataka, Agumbe is one of the wettest places in south India. A visit to Agumbe during the monsoons is an experience of a lifetime. There are no better places in the country for a rejuvenating holiday to heal yourself from the brutal brunt of summer heat and daily routine.

Chinnakallar

Chinnakallar

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Located in Tamil Nadu’s Coimbatore region, Chinnakallar is India’s third wettest place. It is Its dense green forests and rich diversity of flora and fauna make Chinnakallar a destination worth visiting. Whether you are a nature lover or a wildlife enthusiast, a visit to Chinnakallar during monsoon must feature on your bucket list. The sheer volume of its waterfalls will reverberate in your minds forever.

Amboli

Amboli

Amboli

And then there is the Maharashtrian wonder of Amboli. One of the most scenic hill station in the state, Amboli makes for a spectacular monsoon getaway. Its heavy rainfall makes it home to some great waterfalls and lush green backdrops. The steep valleys and peculiar wildlife of the region attract visitors from all over Indian and the world.

So, if you are a rain-lover, do not miss these places with the maximum rain in India. Do remember to take all the safety measure though as some of these places can be tricky terrains during the rains.