DAY 01: ARRIVE GUWAHATI TRANSFER TO SHILLONG
Upon arrival at Guwahati, welcomed by our representative and board the transport. Transfer to Shillong the capital city of Meghalaya. (Guwahati – 99kms / 3hrs).
On the way, visit the placid Umiam Lake, outlined by Sylvan hills. Enjoy the scenic expanses throughout the way.
On arrival check into Hotel.
Enjoy an evening at leisure on your own.
DAY 02: DAY TRIP TO MAWLYNNONG & DAWAKI
Have your breakfast at the hotel and check out.
Today visit Mawlynnong Village that is credited for being the cleanest village in Asia. Here, visit the Living Root Bridge and watch the natural balancing rock that presents a peculiar natural phenomenon of a boulder balancing on another rock. Don't miss put on the sight of the Indo-Bangladesh Border from here.
Now, head to Dawki – a town located in East Jaintia Hills. En route, the gurgling waterfalls present an enthralling sight. In the town, you will be greeted by the Umngot River, which is believed to be the cleanest of the country and had crystal clear waters. A boat ride on these waters is an amazing experience.
After an enjoyable day, return to the hotel in Shillong.
DAY 03: SHILLONG TO CHERAPUNJEE
Now, set out to Cherrapunji (54kms / 2hrs)– the wettest place on earth, second to Mawsynram.
On the way, visit Mawkdok Valley - a very prominent sightseeing spot. Nohsngithiang Falls (Seven Sisters Falls) is the next attraction on the way. The falls are an epitome of the Unity of the Seven States of North East India, thus the name.
Up next are Mawsmai Cave and Eco Park. From Eco Park, you also catch a glimpse of the Sylhet Plains of neighboring Bangladesh. Enjoying the scenic route, you will reach Cherrapunji.
Check in to the hotel and relax on your own. A restful sleep.
DAY 04: CHERAPUNJEE
Have your breakfast at the Hotel.
Today you will enjoy the village offers picturesque natural beauty, a trek to the Living Root Bridge at a neighboring village Riwai (Nongriat).
Evening at leisure on own.
DAY 05: CHERAPUNJEE TO SHILLONG
Have your breakfast at Hotel, check out.
Transfer to Shillong - En route, you will visit myriad attractions of Shillong. Begin with the highest point of the capital city – Shillong Peak. Now, you will visit Elephant Falls, Ward’s Lake, and Cathedral Catholic Church.
Afternoon check-in to the hotel and free time for leisure.
DAY 06: DAY TRIP TO LAITLUM CANYONS
Have your breakfast at the hotel
After proceeding to one of the most amazing and picturesque tourist destinations, perched atop the East Khasi Hills of Shillong is The Laitlum Canyons, which in a literal sense means “The End of Hills” or “The End of The World”. Located at just 45 min drive from the center of Meghalaya’s capital Shillong, this exotic site is relatively less crowded and less commercial, thus offering a serene, secluded spot for some quiet, peaceful moments.
DAY 07: SHILLONG TO GUWAHATI
Have your breakfast and check out.
Transfer to Guwahati. After reaching Guwahati, you have the day at leisure, so that you can spend an evening at your pace and your terms. The day ends with a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel in Guwahati.
DAY 08: DEPARTURE GUWAHATI
After breakfast check out & on-time transfer to Airport/station for onward destination.
And in Guwahati preferred to take an afternoon/evening departure so after early breakfast you can make a visit to KAMAKHAYA TEMPLE - also known as Kamrup-Kamakhya temple, which is a Sakta temple dedicated to the mother goddess Kamakhya. It is one of the oldest of the 51 Shakti Pithas.
Place of Interest in Meghalaya:
Mawlynnong offers some of the most picturesque natural beauty with lush green valleys, crystal clear water in the river, an abundance of flowering orchids hanging from the trees, and extremely clean roads that make this small village a worth visiting destination for tourists visiting Meghalaya.
The city becomes a hotbed of tourist activities especially during the spring months as it hosts the boat riding competition on the Umngot River. The surrounding greenery, the cold water of the river, and the beautiful suspension bridge on the River Umngot make Dawki a place worth a visit.
The 'Maw' in Mawsynram is a Khasi word meaning 'stone'. It symbolizes the unique megaliths unearthed in the Khasi Hill area.
It is also the largest metropolis in the entire North-Eastern region of India, making it the most preferred staging point to other destinations in the region. Sandwiched by the river Brahmaputra on one side and the Shillong Plateau on the other, this city was formerly known as Pragjyotishpura.
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