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6 nights in the midst of the misty Himalayas in Meghalaya

6 nights in the midst of the misty Himalayas in Meghalaya

Price (per adult on twin sharing)
₹ 27500
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Trip Duration
6 Nights / 7 Days
Departure City
Guwahati

Price Breakup

Components price per adult on twin sharing basis (₹) price of 2 adults on twin sharing basis (₹)
Hotel 11000 22000
Transport 13000 26000
Activities 2620 5240
Miscellaneous 880 1760
Total Cost(incl. tax) 27500* 55000*
Miscellaneous includes: entry fees, toll etc
* transport cost may vary depending upon the no. of persons.
* Mentioned prices may vary depending upon date of travel, hotel availability, surge pricing and seasonal rush.

Payment Terms & Methods: To book a tour, pay 10%, if booking before 8 weeks of travel, 50% between 8 weeks and 8 days of travel and the balance amount is payable 7 days before travel. All bookings are confirmed 2-3 working days after receiving the booking amount.
Cancellation & Refund Policy: You may cancel your travel arrangements at any time. Written notification from you by mail or e- mail to be sent. Cancellation charges of 50% of tour price if cancelled 2 weeks or more before tour departure and 100% if within one week of departure.
If we change or cancel your holiday: We begin planning the arrangements we offer many months in advance and so we reserve the right to make changes to and correct errors in holiday details both before and after bookings have been confirmed. We will discuss the options with you and try to offer arrangements with similar standard to those originally booked.

No compensation will be paid at anytime under circumstances caused by war or threat of war, civil strife, industrial dispute, strikes, bandhs, terrorist activity, accident, natural or nuclear disaster, fire, airline failure, closure of airports, adverse weather conditions, or any other force majeure.
Other Terms & Conditions, if any(optional): We do not accept responsibility for death, illness or bodily injury. Further, we offer these tours for sale only on the express understanding that we do not ourselves perform or in any way assume liability for the performance of the individual components - hotels, flights, cars, coaches, restaurant, etc of these tours and act only to combine these components into a single unit of sale for the convenience of general public, and are not responsible therefore for either directly or indirectly, for any claims, losses, damages or loss or delay of baggage or other property, or delay inconvenience or loss of enjoyment, distress or frustration, whether physical or mental, which may result from any act, omission, negligence or default of any company, individual or employee engaged in or responsible for performing or providing these component services, including mechanical breakdowns, government actions or other factors and causes beyond our control.

Inclusion/Exclusion

Deal Inclusions:
  • Breakfast
Deal Exclusions
  • Flights
  • Accommodation
  • Pick-up
  • Drop
  • Sightseeing
Day wise Travel Itinerary
Day 1 : Guwahati to Dawki
Arrive at Guwahati Aiport where you will be received by our representative. Then head straight for Langkawet, Dawki (5hrs). Here, check in at the Retreat, Langkawet. Then drive to Tamabil, the border of India and Bangladesh. On your return visit the river Umgnot. If the weather is clear you may enjoy a boat ride on the crystal clear waters of the river. Overnight at Langkawet.

Day 2 : Dawki
Today do a Canyon tour. The East Khasi hills district in Meghalaya has been blessed with a canyon that stretches from Smit in the north to the Bangladeshi plains in the south and along two ridges, the Eastern Pynursla ridge and the Western Cherrapunji or Sohra ridge. The Canyon tour takes a visitor to the most spectacular view points along these canyons by vehicle, such as the Laitlum, Laitdiengsai, Mawkdok, Mawkajem and Laitshuthim viewpoints. This full day tour travels a distance of about 100 kms through rural areas, offering a close-up glimpse into the lives of the local people. One can also partake a meal served at a country side eatery exclusively run by women and try out the tasty, indigenous dishes. Overnight at Langkawet.

Day 3 : Mawlynong
After breakfast start a full day tour to the cleanest village in Asia and one quite unlike any other village, is a truly marlvellous experience. The flower beds that line paved walkways and each house with it`s little garden is a treat for the visitor. Visit the nearby village of Riwai to see a spectacular specimen of a living roots bridge, believed to be several hundreds of years old. Optionally one can take a leisurely hike along the King's Path, an ancient pathway built by Khasi kings of yore, takes one to Kyndiar, the curious, abandoned village. View the hastily abandoned ruins of homes and learn of the myth that surrounds this strange village. Lunch will be served at a local eatery in Mawlynnong. Then head for Cherrapunji. Overnight at Sai Mika Resort, Cherrapunji.

Day 4 : Cherrapunji
Early morning after breakfast visit the Double Decker Living Root Bridge. The most popular root bridge, a double-decker living-root bridge, it is 3 km long and begins from Village Tyrna Village. The bridge stands at a height of 2400 feet. Reaching the upper bridge, which is 20 meter long is a tough but a worth -it task. Please take note that one needs to be physically fit to reach the upper bridge. Then visit the Arwa caves. Arwah cave, which was discovered by few local men’s never came to the limelight until recently. The Arwah Cave near Ramakrishna Mission in Sohra (Cherrapunjee) has impressive rock formations and fossils of marine life embedded on the rocks. The interiors of the cave is well lit in many places and it is really an adventurous and magnificent place to be in. This cave sits at a higher altitude which allows visitors to lay their eyes on to the other side of the hill which is the small town of Sohra. Then visit the Mawsmai cave, Seven Sister’s fall and the Eco park. Thereafter at resort.
Hotel : Sai Mika, Cherrapunji

Day 5 : Shillong
In the morning after breakfast drive to Jowai. Here visit Krang Suri, one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the Jaintia Hills District @ hrs 30 mins). It is located in the Amlarem Civil Sub Division. To transform the place into a tourists destination the District Administration has initiated steps to construct Chisseled and graveled footpaths and view points to enable visitors to better appreciate the beauty of the waterfall and its surroundings. The footpaths are hewn from the natural multi colored stones available in the area, no cement has been used and stones have been placed symmetri¬cally to enhance the aesthetic appeal of the area. En route visit Tyrshi Falls on the Shillong-Jowai Road. This fall is located about 5 kms from Jowai. A pretty arch bridge connects across an expanse of green paddy fields, which opens up to the gushing Tyrshi falls thundering down to the Pynthor (paddy-fields) below. Also visit Thlumuwi Falls. Gravelled Footpath alongwith signages have been constructed to enable visitor to visit this historic and picturesque waterfall on the Jowai Amlarem Road. Then return to Shillong. Overnight at Shillong.
Hotel : Eee Cee, Shillong

Day 6 : Borapani, Guwahati
After breakfast drive to Umium lake, a beautiful artificial water reservoir that serves as a popular tourist attraction of Shillong. This lake came into existence in 1965, after the Umiam Umtru Hydro Electric Power Project (the first hydroelectricity venture in the northeast) was started. Covering a vast area of 10 sq. km, this large lake has rightly been termed as Barapani (big water) by locals. The lake is encompassed by sprawling meadows and undulating hills that are carpeted with lush greenery. Enjoy the various water sports activity in the lake. Then have lunch at Orchid Lake Resort and head for a 3 hrs drive to Guwahati. Evening enjoy a dinner cruise aboard Alfresco Grand on the mighty river Brahmaputra. Overnight at Guwahati.

Day 7 : Guwahati
Next morning after breakfastvisit Kamakhya Temple, a famous temple of the Hindus situated atop the Nilachal hill (blue mountain). The temple is structured like a beehive shikhara with sculptured panels and images of Hindu deities and an underground cave containing a natural spring symbolising the yoni. Also visit the Umananda Temple situated on a tiny island in the river Brahmaputra. The temple of Umananda was built in 1694 A.D. by the Bar Phukan Garhganya Handique by the order of King Gadadhar Singha (1681–1696), one of the ablest and strongest rulers of the Ahom dynasty. The original temple was however immensely damaged by a devastating earthquake of 1897.


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