Tourists must visit the Market Day at Cherrapunji. It is a space for socialization over and above the selling and buying of materialistic things. There is a big and a small market. It is held once every eight days, and is a fun-filled, active day. Different meat shops, vegetable shops, furniture shops and more are found here.
Nohkalikai Falls - This is a plunge waterfall, considered the talllest in India. Nohkalikai Falls is a 340 meters waterfall near Cherrapunji. It survives on rainfall and is gathered in the form of a plateau. During winter, this fall dries out. The meaning of Nohkalikai is "Jump of Ka Likai".
Eco Park - The Green Canyons of Cherrapunji are visible from the Eco Park which is located near a waterfall. One can also enjoy a fascinating view of the plains of Bangladesh. This park is home to a green house filled with indigenous orchards.
David Scott Memorial Stone - David Scott was an agent of the Governor of Bengal who was sent to Cherrapunji. A large brick structure has been built here with inscriptions on it. It was created in memory of David Scott being a brilliant worker.
Dainthlen Falls -Meghalaya monsoons are responsible for the formation of several waterfalls in Cherrapunji. The surroundings of this waterfall are calm and unadulterated. It derives its name from Thlen, which means a snake that dwelt in the caves.
Kynrem Falls - It is at a distance of approximately 12 kilometers from Cherrapunji and near Thangkharang Park. It is 305 meters and is the 7th highest waterfall in the country.
Arwah Cave - This cave is at a higher altitude and gives a wonderful view of the other side of the hills. It comprises of deep cliffs, greenery and fossil formations. This rocky wave comes with streams and waterfalls penetrating through its cracks.
Mawsmai Cave - This is considered as one of the most beautiful natural caves in Meghalaya. It is at a distance of approximately 5 kilometers. It is a limestone cave with natural formations - stalactites, stalagmites etc.,