Top ten places on earth where it rains all time

Rains – we all love to the most. Well, where there are people who love rains and are crazy for the raindrops, there are also the people who hate the rains and we also stumble upon those who simply don’t care it at all. Contrary to what the people’s thinking about the rains, the fact remains that rains are lovable thing of the nature which mesmerizes the souls and plays magic with the people. Rain in other words is the name of romance. It is a music which we all love hearing. In this article we will discuss about the top 10 rainiest places of the world where heavy rains pour down throughout the year.


Crkvica, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Crkvica, Bosnia and HerzegovinaAlthough we found Bosnia and Herzegovina with no coastline at all nonetheless the country received higher amount of rains annually. Most of the time, the rains pour in Crkvica, the famous town in Bosnia situated in the northwest of Sarajevo.


Henderson Lake, British Columbia

Henderson Lake, British Colombia, CanadaBritish Columbia is another rainiest place on earth. It is situated in Canada. Where the cities like Toronto and Montreal in Canada have long winters and those too heavy ones, they love to slip into the weather of British Columbia to enjoy the heavy rains. It is a beautiful place to live and enjoy life there.


Andagoya, Colombia

Andagoya, ColombiaColombia is laced with several climate challenges. The crazy weather fluctuations are witnessed in Columbia. With around five natural regions which have higher mountain peaks, steppes and tropical deserts, the rainy season in Columbia is always notorious. The town of Andagoya there faces the heavy downpour throughout the year.


Bellenden Ker, Queensland, Australia

Bellenden Ker, Queensland, AustraliaAustralia is a continent and it has mountains, deserts, tropical rainforests and oceans and this all make it more beautiful and catchy for the travelers and the visitors. Bellenden Ker area in Queensland is called the rainforest zone.


Quibdo, Colombia

Quibdo-ColombiaColombia, as also mentioned in above lines of the article, receives heavy downpour every year. The town of Quibdo faces the rainy weather quite often. Despite the fact that there are heavy rains, the town still suffers a lot from water shortages. This is really bad for the people living there.


Debundscha, Cameroon

Debundscha, CameroonCameroon is called the most beautiful, eye candy and exotic nation in Africa. The place received supremely higher rainfalls every year. This happens because the place has ocean coastline, grasslands, tropical forests, mountains and deserts within closer proximity to each other. The area received more than 400 inches of rain-pours a year.


Cherrapunji, India

Cherrapunji, IndiaIndian place ‘Cherranpunji’ has its place on the list as well. The rainfall level over there is quite higher – more than 400 inches. It is called the wet area of India. Although there are rains throughout the year, the area suffers water shortage problems. The place is quite eye-candy.


Mount Waialeale, Kauai, Hawaii USA

Mount Waialeale, Kauai, Hawaii, United States of AmericaAlthough this area of the U.S. is not a fully residential place, Mount Waialeale region receives heavy downpour round the year and the Hawaii tourism official call it the wettest place of the planet earth. Many do not agree with this claim, as they say there are many other wet places on the earth.


Mawsynram, India

Mawsynram, IndiaA village in the Kashi Hills in Meghalya state is Mawsynram proves that this place happens to be the real rainy place on earth. The town receives the record annual rains. The rains taking place round the put the place on the heaviest rainy places of the world.


Lloro, Colombia

Lloro, ColombiaColombia has one more name on the list of the top 10 rainy places of the world. This shows how much rains pour on the country round the year. Lloro in the Choco Department of Colombia receives heaby downpour round the year and as per reports, it received more than 532.6 inches rain every year.

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