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TRIP DATES – 15th to 21st Oct 2019 (7 Days and 6 Nights)

COST – Only Rs. 30000 per person

Sightseeing inclusions:

Guwahati – Umananda Island, Brahmaputra river cruise, Kamakhya temple.

Shillong – Mawsynram village, Wards lake, Golf course, Shillong peak, Don Bosco Museum, Umium lake.

Dawki – Living root bridge, Mawlynnong village, Umngot river.

Cherrapunji – Mawsinmai caves, Nohkalikai waterfalls, Mawphlang sacred forest, Khasi hill monoliths.

Inclusions:

  • Accommodation in twin sharing basis in 3☆ hotels
  • All days breakfast, lunch, dinner and water bottles
  • Sight seeing by AC vehicle depending on the number of members
  • Pick up and drop from Guwahati railway station/ airport
  • Entry fee for Sight seeing at mentioned places, toll and parking charges at all locations, local tourist guide & driver charges
  • Boat ride and Brahmaputra river cruise charges.

Note : Flight/ train charges from home town to Guwahati airport extra. We can book the flight/ train tickets for you as per actuals.

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Itinerary

DAY 1

Pickup from Guwahati airport/railway station check in to hotel. After lunch visit Kamakhya temple then night halt at Guwahati.

DAY 2

After breakfast proceed to Dawki enroute visit Deep dark valley Ringain, then visit living root bridge connecting two villages, next visit Mawlynnong village which was awarded as cleanest village in Asia. Boating at crystal clear Umngot river Bangladesh border can be seen. Night stay at Dawki.

DAY 3

After breakfast proceed to Cherrapunji one of the wettest land in the earth. Check in to hotel After lunch visit 1000 years old Mawphlang sacred forests, the local Khasi tribes believe it to be the abode of local deity. Next visit the highest waterfall in India Nohkalikai. Visit complete natural and original mountain cave Mawsmai cave. Night halt at Cherrapunji.

DAY 4

After breakfast proceed to Shillong. check in to hotel at Shillong Visit the rain lover paradise Mawsynram 1400m above sea level. Next visit Don Bosco Museum. Back to hotel and Night halt at Shillong.

DAY 5

After breakfast Visit Shillong peak the Meghalayas’s highest peak ,Golf course and Wards lake. Evening stroll at market place and Night halt at Shillong.

DAY 6

After breakfast proceed to Guwahati. check in to hotel. Visit Umananda island, and Assam state museum. Night enjoy Brahmaputra river cruise. Night stay at Guwahati.

DAY 7

After breakfast relax, visit market area if time permits. Proceed to airport/railway station.

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Shillong

Shillong is a hill station in North- Eastern part of India and capital of Meghalaya. It derives its name from “Lei Shyllong ” an idol worshiped at the Shillong peak. It is said that the rolling hills around the town reminded the European settlers of Scotland hence they would also refer it as Scotland of East.
Shillong is home for numerous waterfalls, crystal clear lakes, breathtaking beautiful mountain peaks, exciting golf course, museums and many more. Shillong tourism is a paradise on earth for tourist.

Shillong Peak

Shillong peak is at a height of 1965m from sea level and the highest peak in Meghalaya. The peak is mostly surrounded by fog. The peak offers a panaromic view of distant hills, waterfalls, Shillong city and plains of Bangladesh. It is best destination for nature lovers.
The local community of Shillong believe that patron deity Leishyllong resides on the hills and protects the city from all evils. Every spring rituals are organised on the top of the hill.
Shillong peak is perfect for nature lovers, photographers and trekkers. This place is one of the best tourist attractions in Shillong.

Don- Bosco Museum

It is a huge museum of 7 storey building with 7 galleries. It is a theme museum with collective information of the entire North Eastern state. The museum consists a wide collection of regional art-work, handicrafts, ornamentation,photographs and weapons.

Wards Lake

It is an artificial lake located at the heart of the city. It is surrounded by beautiful garden and cobblestone walkway. There is a small bridge above the lake which give a panaromic view of the entire park. It is a popular picnic spot among the locals

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Dawki

Dawki is a town located in West Jantia hills at the India – Bangladesh border. Dawki is known for its pristine lush green surroundings and crystal clear water of Umngot river. Boat ride in this river is a major attraction for the tourists. Dawki is mainly known for coal mines and lime stone and is a trade hub between the two countries India and Bangladesh

Umngot river

The main attraction in Dawki is Umngot river. It is one of the cleanest river in India. The water of the river is so clean that the boat floating on it looks as if it is on a glass surface and clear reflection of the boat can be seen underneath. The colorful pebbles in the river bed can be seen clearly. The boat ride in this river is a beautiful experience.

Mawlynnong village

This small village is in East Khashi hills of Meghalaya. Mawlynnong village won the status of being the most cleanest village on Asia.The main attraction of this village is Living root natural bridge. By twisting the roots of rubber trees the bridges are made across the stream. Another interesting point is Sky-view a 85 feet high tower made from bamboo. From this point beautiful view of village and on other side Bangladesh can be seen

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Cherrapunji

The town Cherrapunji is nestled in the East Khashi hills of Meghalaya. Cherrapunji is also known as Sohra. Cherrapunji means land of oranges. Earlier Cherrapunji was considered as the wettest land on the earth but due to climatic changes Cherrapunji has been edged out of the top most wet land, but it still retains its pristine beauty. Cherrapunji is known for living root bridges, waterfalls, limestone caves and breathtaking scenery.

Mawphlang sacred forest

This forest is nestled in the East Khashi hills near Mawphlang village. The local Khashi tribes have been preserving this forest for thousands of years. They have a firm belief that their local deity Labasa protects this forest and their community from any mishap. There is only one rule to be followed in this sacred forest “You cannot take anything out of this forest, else the deity gets upset” It is believed that whoever breaks this rule is punished by deity. The entry of the forest is marked with lush green branches, ahead there are interconnected trees and plants,some of which are said to be 1000 years old. There are also monoliths inside the forest that are considered to be spot for sacrifices. The local people sacrifice animals hereto make their wishes come true.

Nohkalikai waterfalls

Nohkalikai is the highest waterfall in India near Cherrapunji, it’s height is 1115ft. Noh-ka-likai means the ” Leap of Likai” The story behind the name is a lady named Likai jumped from the fall when she came to know that her husband had killed her daughter. The surrounding of the fall is very beautiful, it is one of the most popular attractions for tourists.

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Guwahati

Guwahati is situated on the bank of the mighty river Brahmaputra at an altitude of 55m above sea level, in the North Eastern state Assam. Guwahati is popular for the most powerful shaktipeeth on the hill top Kamakhya Devi temple. The city is home for huge number of old temples all of which have interesting stories and legend behind them. It is believed that the demon king Narakasura has built this ancient city. Another reason for Guwahati charm is it’s the birth ace of Kamadeva the God of love.The city is epitome of an amalgamation of ancient history and modernization. Guwahati is the gateway to the seven sisters state of North East India.

Kamakhya temple

Kamakhya temple is one of the most popular Shaktipeeth in India. From ancient times this temple has been regarded the most revered shrines of Shakthi. Kamakhya temple is dedicated to Goddess Kamakhya also known as Goddess of desire. It is believed that Sati’s womb fell here , so this temple is considered to be woman’s power to give birth. It is believed that in the month of June (Asadh Maas) the Brahmaputra river that flows beside the temple turns red. Goddess menstruates during this period which is a divine miracle, Ambubachi festival is celebrated and people from all around travel to visit this temple. This temple is centre piece of widely practiced powerful tantrik shaktism cult in India

Umananda Temple

The name Umananda is derived from the two words Uma is the other name of Parvathi and Ananda is happiness, the deity worshipped is Lord Shiva. The temple is located on peacock island,which is one of the most beautiful and smallest island. The surrounding of the temple is mesmerizing and very attractive. The temple is situated on the top of the hill called Bhasmakuta. According to ancient Hindu text Kalika purana,Lord Shiva resided here in the form of Bhayananda and imparted knowledge to his wife Parvathi. It is believed that once when Shiva was in meditation Kamadeva interrupted his yoga and was burnt into ashes by Lord Shiva’s anger. Hence the hillock got the name Bhasmakuta. As the temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva the festival Maha Shivaratri is celebrated with great pomp and show. Monday’s devotees from far and wide visit this temple.

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Exclusion:

  • Roundtrip Flight/Train Tickets from your hometown to Guwahati .
  • Pickup or drop from any other airport or stations than mentioned in the inclusion section.
  • Tickets for sightseeing and joy rides which are not mentioned above.
  • Personal expenses like porter, laundry, beverages, camera fee at sightseeing places, medical expenses, meal not part of the group menu, insurances etc.
  • Additional charges for extra day/night stay at hotels.
  • Any expenses caused by reasons beyond our control such as road blocks, land slides, accidents and any emergency evacuations.
  • We are not responsible for the valuables carried by the individuals