Kynrem Falls is 12 kilometers from Cheerapunjee in Meghalaya.
This three-tiered beauty stands at a whopping 305 meters tall and is the 7th highest waterfall in India. The source of this fall originates from Thangkharang Park.
But wait, it gets better. Not only does the base of the falls pass through a motorable road, but there’s even a small bridge for vehicles and people to cross over. Talk about convenience!
During the monsoons, Kynrem Falls truly comes to life as the two different streams merge and flow down the third tier. The roar of the cascading water is sure to give the noisy cicadas a run for their money.