Destination Covered : Delhi-Guwahati-Jorhat-Majuli – Nameri -Tawang – Bomdila – Tezpur-Cherapunjee-Shillong- Guwahati -Delhi
Duration : 13 Nights/ 14 Days
- Traditional Welcome in the hotel
- Meals as per the itinerary
- Transportation by Non A/C Innova / Scorpio / Tempo Traveler as per the category opted and number of people.
- Any Kind of Personal Expenses or Optional Tours / Extra Meals Ordered Entrances fee
- In case of incomplete tour no refund due to personal reasons and natural calamity.
- Travel insurance
- Additional costs due to flight cancellation, road blocks etc
DAY 1: GUWAHATI
Arrive at Guwahati, check in to the pre booked hotel. You can visit the Kamakhya Temple. The current structural temple is a hybrid indigenous style that is sometimes called the Nilachal type: a temple with a hemispherical dome on a cruciform base. The Kamakhya Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the mother goddess Kamakhya. It is one of the oldest of the 51 Shakti Pithas. After the visit, rest of the day at leisure. Overnight at Guwahati.
DAY 2: GUWAHATI – JORHAT 310 Kms/6 hrs
After breakfast drive to Jorhat – a major Tea Research Centre.
Evening free at leisure. Overnight at Jorhat.
DAY 3: JORHAT – MAJULI – JORHAT
This morning go for an excursion to Majuli. Drive to Nimati Ghat to board the ferry to Majuli island, the biggest river island in the world, located on the river Brahmaputra in Assam and is formed by Brahmaputra in the south and the Kherkutia Xuti joined by the river Subansiri in the north. Majuli offers typical Assamese cuisine to the visitors. The popular items that you might find here include Khar, Laksa, Tenga and a few varieties of rice. Make sure you try the Pitha and the Komal Saul cereal.
Afternoon ferry back to Jorhat and stay overnight at Jorhat.
DAY 4: JORHAT – NAMERI(210 Kms / 04 hrs)
Today after breakfast check out hotel, and drive to Nameri National Park – located in the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas in the Sonitpur District of Assam, India.
Overnight at Nameri.
DAY 5: NAMERI – DIRANG (165 Kms / 06 hrs)
On this day you will be driving to Dirang Valley – it is a charming place dotted with apple orchards and sheep breeding centers. You can visit the Tippi Orchid Centre & Sessa Orchid Centres – which together house about 1000 different species of orchids. On reaching Dirang, check in at hotel and stay overnight
DAY 6: DIRANG – TAWANG (140 Kms / 07 hrs)
Today after breakfast drive through the hilly terrain to Tawang district. On the way you will visit the Sella Lake and Jaswanthgarh (a memorial to the brave soldiers who single handedly tried to get hold of the Chinese army during Chinese Aggression, 1962).
On reaching Tawang, transferred to hotel. Stay Overnight.
DAY 7: TAWANG
Today you will be taken to explore Tawang Monastery – the monastery can be identified from a distance due to the unique yellow rooftop of all the buildings. The Tawang monastery is the second largest in Asia and was build during the 17th century. The Monastery is located a couple of kilometers away from the center of the town. Afterwards visit Uni Gompa (woman monastery) and Urgilling (birth place 6th Dalai Lama).
Afternoon you will drive to see the Madhuri lake. Overnight at Tawang.
DAY 8: TAWANG – BOMDILA (181 Kms / 07 hrs)
Today you will leave Tawang and drive to Bomdila – on the way see the beautiful Jang Fall. Bomdilla is known for its night markets, monasteries and district museum. You can explore these once you reach!
Check in and stay overnight at Bomdila.
DAY 9: BOMDILA – TEZPUR – Distance 165 Kms / 06 hrs
After breakfast, visit the Bomdila Monastery and proceed to Tezpur – one of the historical town of Assam. If time permit local sightseeing at Tezpur or free at leisure. Overnight at Tezpur
DAY 10: TEZPUR – CHERAPUNJEE
After breakfast drive to Cherrapunjee (206 kms / 6.5 hrs) – known as the rainiest rain belt in the world, the lovely town is also famous for its limestone caves and orange honey. Check in at your hotel and rest of the day at leisure.
Overnight at Cherapunjee.
DAY 11: CHERAPUNJEE
Early morning after breakfast, trek to Living root bridge. Located in the thick tropical forest of Meghalaya, cloaked with rain during most part of the year are the fantastic man-made cum natural wonders of the living root bridges. Created by the people of the Khasi tribe, these roots grow from the ancient rubber trees, seen only in the northeast region.Evening at leisure .
Overnight at Cherapunjee
DAY 12: CHERAPUNJEE – SHILLONG
After breakfast , proceed to Shillong (70 Kms / 3 hrs) – capital of Meghalaya. The name Shillong is derived from U-Shyllong, a powerful deity and is situated at an altitude of 1,491m above sea level. En route visit Elephant Falls, Shillong Peak ( the Highest point in Meghalaya – 1965m). Check in at hotel. You can visit Lady Hydari Park, Ward’s Lake and other local sightseeing.
Over night at Shillong.
DAY 13: SHILLONG
After breakfast visit Don Bosco Museum. Visit Police Bazar, the Cathedral, and traditional Archery near Polo Ground and other places of interest in Shillong.
Overnight stay at Shillong
Day 14: GUWAHATI
After breakfast drive to Guwahati (180 km / 4hrs) for the end of the journey!