|Location:||At Mawsmai, 6km south of Cherrapunjee market.|
|Accessibility:||Not wheelchair accessible|
|As far as we know this information was accurate when it was published (see years in brackets), but may have changed since then.
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Krem Mawsmai is the only show cave in Meghalaya, as it is the only one equipped with electric light. All other caves are wild caves which are visited in spelunking tours. However, the touristic development first of all resulted in a (in)famous sign, which is now published in various caving magazines. The text goes as follows, with stars marking unreadable letters:
All in all a list of important and comprehensible rules which are intended to save the cave. You may decide yourself, why cavers and visitor find this sign funny.
Beneath the start of cave tourism in Meghalaya, this is a really impressive cave. It has fine speleothems and is the resource of a big river -fortunately the dry fossil level is visited. The cave some narrow and low spots, and the trail regularly crosses dripstone, as there is almost no developed trail.
Cheerapunji received the highest amount of rainfall in the world, every year for more than a century. Lately it was defeated by Mawsynram, but we will see. The result of such an amount of rain water in combination with moderate temperature is karstification, solution, in an enormous amount, producing huge and impressive caves. Krem Mawsmai with a torl length of two kilometres is one of the small caves.