hellotravel.com


10 Rainiest Places 4.5 

enquire
Enquire for package
book
Book with agent
chat
Chat with agent
share
Share this story
10 Rainiest Places

1. Mawsynram

The top position has been given to Mawsynram, India with recorded rainfall of 11,871 mm every year. People live a difficult life here; many residents live under the grass roof house because it absorbed the constant rainfall water. For travelers, it can be a place to visit as it looks really mesmerizing and really heaven like. 

2. Cherrapunji

Cherrapunji is famous place in India that is known for continuing rainfall; this is one place that encounters rainfall almost every day. Cherrapunji is one of the rainiest places on earth with 11,777 mm rainfall every year. The place is beautiful because of its elevation and site, but these elevations and location helps the monsoon to drench the place every day.

3. Tutendo

Tutendo

Tutunendo which is located in Colombia experience two rainy seasons in a year and it is one of the wettest places in the world with 11,770 mm rainfall every year. The total population of this village is less than 1000, and the residents have to live a difficult life here. 




You might be interested in -
9 Best Honeymoon Destinations in South America

5. San Antonio De Ureca

San Antonio De Ureca

6. Debundscha

Debundscha

Debundscha is a village located in the south western edge of Cameroon. This place is the second wettest place in Africa continent and record rainfall of 10, 299 mm every year.  This area receives rainfall due to its coastal location and the mountain creates dense cloud formations that cause heavy rainfall in the region.

Planning a holiday this season? Enquire and get best deals, save upto 20% with our partner agents

7. Big Bog

Big Bog

Big Bog is the wettest place located in Hawaii with recorded rainfall of 10,272 mm. This place is a remote area of Hawaii and to reach this place requires helicopter or two days hiking trip. It is one of the most famous tourist destinations because of its scenic beauty.

Things to do here - Melanesia,


8. Mt. Waialeale

Mt. Waialeale

Mount Waialeale is another place in Hawaii, U.S. with recorded rainfall of 9,763 mm every year. The place is wet all the time because of constant rainfall that makes hiking extremely dangerous on the mountains even for the most experienced hikers. The mountains are home to various plants and you might view some rare plants here.

Things to do here - Melanesia,


Similar Reads

Popular Stories

Sponsored Stories

Places to visit in months

NOV
DEC
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
OCT





Near Me

Packages

CHAT
 

My Reviews

Plan Trip
7,000+
TRAVEL AGENTS
33,000+
AMAZING DEALS
33 Lacs+
HAPPY TRAVELERS
About HelloTravel About us Contact us Privacy policy Terms Follow Us
We accept :
Copyright. All Rights Reserved