Kynrem Falls, Meghalaya

The state of Meghalaya receives the highest amount of rainfall not only in India but in the whole world. The word Meghalaya when translated means ‘abode of clouds’. The region is full of natural phenomenon. The place is bestowed with the beauties of hills, plains, forests and waterfalls. There are innumerable waterfalls around the state, both seasonal and perennial. They flow down the hills and terrain forming the spectacular landscape of Meghalaya.

Among the various waterfalls in Meghalaya, Kynrem Falls deserves a special mention. It is located inside the Thangkharang Park in the East Khasi Hills district, 12 kms from Cherrapunji. Kynrem Falls is a three-tiered waterfall which falls from a height of 1001 feet. It is considered to be the 7th highest waterfall in India. While cascading down, the fall splits into two streams and gainsmotion as it gets merged with other water sources in its course. This is seasonal in nature and is best experienced during the monsoon. There is a bridge at the base of the waterfall for the convenience of the travellers to cross. The roaring sound of the waterfall and the buzzing noise of the cicadas create a different ambience in the surrounding. The Kynrem Falls is really a must visit one for any tourist travelling to Meghalaya.


Kynrem Falls open at 07:00 AM to 05:00 PM

Entry Fees

10 INR per person

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