10 Wettest Places that You Should Visit on a Rainy Day

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05. San Antonio de Ureca, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea (411.42 inches of rainfall)

San Antonio de Ureca, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea (411.42 inches of rainfall)

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San Antonio de Ureca, otherwise called Ureka or Ureca is a rural area found in Bioko Sur Province, south of Malabo on the Bioko island, 32 km off the west shore of Africa, in the Gulf of Guinea. The island is the northernmost part of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea. It is the wettest place in the Africa. The dry season is from November to March, whatever is left of the year overwhelming with heavy rain falls.

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06. Debudscha, Cameroon (404.6 inches of rainfall)

Debudscha, Cameroon (404.6 inches of rainfall)

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If you are in love with the rain and the monsoon weather, then you should definitely throw your foot steps in Mount Cameroon the highest peak in Africa. The average rainfall record of this place is up to 404.6 inches that makes it one of the complementary place on Earth for having Heavy rainfall record. The Mount Cameroon(4095m) blocks the darkest clouds and this is the main reason of making the village in the south-western region facing the South Atlantic Ocean as a rain hub.

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07. Big Bog, Maui, Hawaii (404.40 inches of rainfall)

Big Bog, Maui, Hawaii (404.40 inches of rainfall)

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Though Big Bog comes in the 7th place in the list of world’s top ten wettest area but despite of this thing the place is known for its lavish scenic beauty. And the reason behind this beauty is the moisture from the Pacific up against the steep mountainside.

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08. Waialeale, United States of America (451 inches of rainfall)

Waialeale, United States of America (451 inches of rainfall)

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Mount Waialeale , a place in Hawaii records an annual rainfall of 451 inches per year is the third top most rainfall of Earth.The magical touch of the place has led to new species of plants namely Astelia waialealae, Melisope waialealae and the endemic Dabutia waialealae. And you are going to love the lake where the rainwater stored by itself and becomes the preserver of the beauty of Nature.

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