North East Intro

north east tour packages

Stay at charming cottages, go off on an elephant safari, observe the mighty rhinos, visit the living root bridges, take in the views of the mighty mountain ranges, take a dip in a natural pool, walk through caves, and take a peek into the rural life in the North East.

Duration : 9 Days
Route : Guwahati → Kaziranga National Park → Shillong → Mawlynnong → Cherrapunjee → Guwahati


Day 1

Guwahati to Kaziranga National Park
Arrive at Guwahati airport and drive straight to Kaziranga National Park.

Overnight at a resort in Kaziranga.

Day 2

Kaziranga National Park
Post breakfast go on a safari to the Central range of the park. In the evening go for a safari to the Western range.

Circumscribed by the mighty Brahmaputra towards the North and East, and by the Mora Diphlu in the South, Kaziranga National Park is home to the largest population of the Great One Horned Rhinoceros in the world. Several other herbivores like the Wild Asiatic Water Buffalo, Eastern Swamp Deer, Hog Deer and Wild Boars are found in plentiful.

Overnight at a resort in Kaziranga.

Day 3

Kaziranga to Shillong
Early in the morning go off an elephant safari and later leave for Shillong.

Overnight at a resort in Shillong.

Day 4

The capital city of Shillong is surrounded by undulating pine-covered hills, adorned by numerous waterfalls. Due to its latitude and high elevation, Shillong has a sub-tropical climate with mild summers and chilly to cold winters. The climate and natural setting lend the city a very special charm, popularly referred to as the Scotland of the East.

Visit Shillong Peak, Elephant falls, Mawflang sacred groves and the Don Bosco museum of culture.

Overnight a guesthouse/resort in Shillong.

Day 5

Shillong – Mawlynnong
After breakfast leave for Mawlynnong, a tiny village on the Indo –Bangla border has earned the distinction of being the cleanest village in Asia. Villagers have transformed this village into a picture postcard by planting many flowering plants along side the footpaths and around their houses. Every villager participates in voluntarily cleaning up the village on a daily basis.

Overnight at a traditional bamboo cottage in Mawlynnong.

Day 6

Mawlynnong – Cherrapunjee
In the morning drive to Cherrapunjee.

Cherapunjee is touted to be the wettest place on earth, with this small town receiving an average of 11,430 mm of rainfall per annum. The rains give birth to a plethora of waterfalls, the most spectacular being Nohkalikai falls. At 1100 feet the Nohkalikai falls ranks high in the 100 best waterfalls in the world. The unique living root bridges are a star attraction of this place. Hundreds of years ago the Khasi people used a type of ‘Ficus’ tree to serve their need for bridges to cross the deep streams. One such place has two bridges stacked on top of each other, popularly know as the ‘Double Decker Root Bridge’.

Overnight at Cherrapunjee Holiday Resort.

Day 7

Trek to the double decker root bridge.

Overnight at Cherrapunjee Holiday Resort.

Day 8

Cherrapunjee – Guwahati
Drive back to Guwahati. On the way visit Nokhalikai falls , Maswmai caves and Ramkrishna mission museum.

Overnight at a guesthouse/resort in Guwahati.

Day 9

Drop off at Guwahati airport.

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