The Top Ten Wettest Places on Earth 2015

If poet is an engine, rain is the best lubricant for it. You just can’t count the number of poets those are great today for their unique vision towards rains. However, we wonder whether these poets would be able to do even the regular works staying at the parts of the world given below. These are places where water never stops falling. Check it out world’s highest annual rainfall places!

10. Emei Shan, Sichuan Province, China

Mount Emel is one of the mountains with a pretty holy historic background. However, the place witnesses maximum rainfall in China. Reportedly, the average rainfall here is 8,169 mm. People make something popularly known as Cloud Sea responsible for such a rainfall.

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9. Kukui, Maui, Hawaii, Oceania

KuKui, Maui, or Puu Kukui is a place staying at a great height of Mauna Kahalawa. Here the average rainfall is about 9,293 mm. Geologists have to say the formation of it is due to the result of a volcano. Anyway, it’s got a picturesque beauty.

8. Mt. Waialeale, Kauai, Hawaii, Oceania

Standing at your feet and walking is considered a great thing here; the ground is too sloppy and wet. In fact the literal name of the place is overwhelming water. The average rainfall here is reportedly 9,763 mm. Its geographical location is said to be responsible for such rains.

7. Big Bog, Maui, Hawaii

Big Bog is a wonderful place that attracts huge tourists every year here. The average annual rain fall here is about 10,272 mm. It remains fresh despite heavy rains due to the moistures from Pacific. You should watch its scenic beauty at least once.

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6. Debundscha, Cameroon, Africa

It’s a small village is situated at the ground of Cameroon, which is considered the extreme top in Africa. The sky kissing mountains invade clouds that results in such continuing rainfall. The average rainfall here is about 10,299 mm annually.

5. San Antonio de Ureca, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea

Here we come up with the most drenched parts of Africa. At San Antonio the surfaces stay wet free from December to end of February. The average rainfall at the place is about 10,460 mm in a year. However, the scrapped dry part of the year attracts visitors in a huge number to enjoy the awesome beaches here.

4. Cropp River

It’s one of the cutest rivers in Newzealand that spreads for less than ten kms. The average rain fall here is about 11,516 mm annually. It’s a complete different scenario here in comparison to the conventional New Zealand types. Anyway, the reason attracts many towards it.

3. Tutendo, Colombia, South America

The average rain fall at Tutendo, Colombia is about 12,000 mm in a year. In accordance with the weather the houses are often pretty small in height and shaded through water resistive covers TGo be honest, apart from the heavy rain fall the place has not much distinguishing worth mention here.

2. Cherrapunji, Meghalaya, India

Cherrapunji, in Meghalaya is a pretty known destination over the globe for its always wet characteristic. The average rain fall in a year here is pretty much 12,000 mm. Interesting to know is that people here come across with water scarcity during winters! The construction of houses is quite interesting as well in a two tier pattern that can sustain about 60 people in it.

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1. Mawsynram, Meghalaya, India

This is another place in Meghalaya which is too wet. The average rain fall here in a year is more than 12,000 mm. In fact, the destination is less than 20 km distance from Cherrapunj. Interesting part about the place is the sound resistive grass used in their huts that also prevent the penetration of water in to their houses.


Places like these have amazed people and force humans to surrender near the diversity of nature. However, there are many interesting parts like these; and we keep bringing for you. Stay tuned!