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Assam, Arunachal & Meghalaya 09 Nights & 10 Days

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Package - Assam, Arunachal & Meghalaya 09 Nights & 10 Days

Duration - 09 Nights & 10 Days

Night Halt - Shillong (01), Cherrapunjee (01), Nameri (02), Dirang (01), Tawang (02), Bomdilla (01) & Guwahati (01)

Sightseeing - Dirrang, Bhalukpong, Tawang, Nameri, Bomdilla, Pakhui Game Sanctuary, Tipi Orchidarium, Sela Pass, Jaswant Garh War Memorial, Tawang Monastery, Shillong & Cherrapunjee, Seven Sister falls, Dwan Syiem view point, Noh kalikai falls, Mawsmai caves, Seven Sister falls, Nameri National Park

Pick Up & Drop - Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport (GAU) / Guwahati Railway Station (GHY) or Rupnath Brahma Inter-State Bus Terminal (ISBT)

Assam, Arunachal & Meghalaya 09 Nights & 10 Days

Itinerary for Package Tour

Day- 01

Arrival at Guwahati & transfer to Shillong - Our representative will be receiving guests on arrival & assist them to get transferred to shillong - Shillong is approximately 125 kilometres and is nearly 02½ - 03½ hours drive by scenic road -  Shillong popularly known as the 'Scotland of the East' - Enroute visit Umium Lake, a majestic placid lake with its surrounding sylvan hills - Irreverent Shillong was the capital of colonial and post-Independence Assam (which embraced almost the whole Northeast) until 1972 when it became the capital of the newly carved-out state of Meghalaya - Typical modern Indian town, including urban sprawl, a lot of concrete, and snarled-up traffic along its winding streets - However, it retains some old-time charm and a strong sense of individuality and difference, with its many Christian churches and its residents' tastes for hanging out in cafes, playing and watching rock music and football, driving around in spruced-up automobiles and gambling on archery - On arrival check-in to your hotel - Rest of the day at leisure or one can stroll around the local market or police Bazaar - Overnight stay in Shillong

Note: The heart of town is Police Bazar (PB to locals) where seven roads meet at a hectic roundabout. Yellow-and-black shared taxis charge anywhere between ₹50 and ₹150 (negotiable) for trips of 02 to 03 kilometers. There's a stand at Police Bazar roundabout. 

Day- 02

Excursion to Cherrapunjee - Today morning after breakfast excursion to Cherrapunjee - It is approximately 60 kilometers and is nearly 02 hours drive one way by road - Cherrapunjee (also called Sohra), sitting near the lip of the escarpments, is the obvious base for exploring this spectacular landscape - Cherrapunjee was once feted as the wettest place on earth, though nearby Mawsynram is nowadays reckoned to be a few drops damper - The swift-flowing rivers and streams flow in a southerly direction to the plains - Cherrapunjee's peak season runs from about May to August - Other attractions are Caves & view of Bangladesh (Neighbouring country) - Visit Dwan Syiem view point, Noh kali kai falls, Mawsmai caves, Seven Sisters Falls, Nohkalikai Falls, Thankarang Park, and Koh Ramhah - Later drive back to Shillong - On the way visit to Shillong Peak & Elephant Falls - Evening at leisure or one can stroll around the local market or police Bazaar - Overnight stay in Shillong


Excursion to Dawki & Mawlynnong - After breakfast start for the excursion to Dawki & Mawlynnong - The drive is nearly 90 kilometers and is nearly 02½ hour drive one way - Dawki or Dauki is a town in West Jaintia Hills - Dawki border crossing is on Dawki-Tamabil is one of the few road border crossings between India and Bangladesh in West Jaintia Hills district in the state of Meghalaya, India, the corresponding post in Bangladesh is Tamabil post. - The Indo Bangladesh Border and then to Mawlynnong (The cleanest village in Asia) - Mawlynnong village on the Shillong-Dawki Road, 30 kilometers from Pynursla, is a village of 75 households with a population of 400 with idyllic location - This village epitomizes a standard, which all other villages need to aspire to be - Dubbed the cleanest village in India - Paved walkways and beautiful flowerbed all along mark the village, with waterfalls, a living root bridge, hilly rivulets, acacia plantation and an excellent view of the faraway plains of Bangladesh all contribute to the ambiance of this village - An engineering marvel of Indigenous Khasi Tribesmen - Drive back to Shillong - Evening at leisure or one can stroll around the local market or police Bazaar - Overnight stay in Shillong

Day- 03

Transfer to Nameri [Optional Stay is Bhalukpong Or Tezpur] - Early morning breakfast - Next drive to Nameri National Park which is approximately 350 kilometers and is nearly 06 - 07 hours drive - Nameri  National Park is in the foothills of the eastern Himalayas in the Sonitpur District of Assam, India, about 35 kilometers from Tezpur and 30 kilometers is Bhalukpong - Nameri is about 09 kilometers from Chariduar, the nearest village - Nameri shares its northern boundary with the Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary of Arunachal Pradesh - Together they constitute an area of over 1000 kilometers square of which Nameri has a total area of 200 kilometers square - Nameri is also declared as Tiger Reserve - Jia-Bhoroli is the lifeline of Nameri, which flows along the southern boundary of the park from North-West to South-East - In the eastern side, the river Bor-Dikorai flows along the southern boundary from North-East to South-West which is the tributary of river Jia- Bhoroli - Evening free - Overnight at the Hotel or Eco Camp in Nameri

Day- 04

Nameri Sightseeing - Early morning breakfast - Nameri is located nearly 35 kilometers from Tezpur and is characterized by hills of deciduous forests and Jia Bhoroli river flowing through it - Nameri is home to more than 300 species of birds and rare and endangered White Winged Wood Duck - Jia Bhoroli river is famous for the Mahseer angling, its home of the Golden Mahseer - At dawn guest can walk 01½ kilometers to the idyllic Bhoroli riverbank, above which rise horizons of forested foothills crowned by a line of white-topped horizon peaks - back to Hotel / Resort or hometay for Breakfast - Nameri National Park located in the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas, is a destination for bird watching enthusiasts and home to more than 370 species of birds - Enjoy birding while rafting through the Jia Bhoroli river or trekking through the forest accompanied by experienced forest guides -Visit to Mising (Miri) Village - A mising or miri tribe village is located nearby, Golden Mahseer Conservation and Breading Center and visit to Pigmyhog Conservation and Breading Center - Guests can go for Rafting at the Jai Bhorali River - Later return to the hotel - Overnight stay at Nameri

Day- 05

Transfer to Dirang – Early morning breakfast -  Next drive approximately 185 kilometres and is nearly 05½ - 06 hours via Chariduar - Tawang Road - Bomdilla is just 45 kilometres from Dirang - After breakfast drive to Dirang - Enroute visit Tippi Orchid Centre - It is a small town on the banks of River Kameng - The name Dirang or Dirrang is derived from the Kameng river, a tributary of the Brahmaputra, that flows through the district - Dirrang with its  snow-capped mountains, gushing streams and lush greenery makes it a paradise for tourist - Major tourist attractions are sub-divisional natural hot spring just 01 kilometers from Dirrang  - 500 years old Buddhist Kalachakra Gompa  or the Lhagyala Gompa in Morshing known for its magnificent architecture- Another option is a trek through the 'Dirang Monpa' tribal village, Dirrang Dzong [Fort], Sangti Valley situated 07 kilometers away from Dirrang & Yak Research Centre at Nyukmandung [Nearly 30 Kilometer from Dirrang] - Enroute visit Tippi Orchid Centre - Check in Hotel - Evening at Leisure to stroll around the area - Overnight stay in Hotel / Resort or Homestay at Dirang

Day- 06

Transfer to Tawang via Sela Pass - Early morning breakfast - Next transfer to Tawang - Tawang is approximately 140 kilometres and is a drive of roughly 06 hours  - Tawang is situated at an elevation of approximately 3,048 metres / 10,000 feet in the northwestern part of Arunachal Pradesh of India - A mighty gash in the earth fringed by magnificent mountains and speckled with gold-and-white gompas (Tibetan Buddhist monasteries), the Shangri La - like Tawang Valley awaits at the end of a long, spectacular route up from the Brahmaputra plains - Getting here is an adventure in itself as you zigzag up and down mountainsides where colourful prayer flags and stupas proliferate - It is also a famous destination among adventure seekers due to its snow-covered peaks offering a perfect spot for skiing in India - Most of the population in and en route to Tawang are Monpa, a Buddhist people who historically had their closest links with Tibet - Enroute witness the snowcapped Sella Pass at 14000 feet - Jaswant Garh War Memorial - Reach Tawang & Check into Hotel or Homestay - Evening free to stroll around the area or to the shopping centre - Overnight stay in Tawang

Note: Along the way, you can't fail to notice the heavy Indian Army presence, a consequence of the disputed border with China along Arunachal's northern edge

Day- 07

Tawang Local Sightseeing - Early morning walk to enjoy the Sunrise is advisable - Early morning breakfast - The beautiful land of the Monpa tribes with the “Galden Namgyal Lhatse” Monastery - one of the largest Lamaseries of Mahayana sect in Asia - The birthplace of the 6th Dalai Lama, the Monastery is 400 years old and is adorned with the 18 feet high statue of Lord Buddha - 14th Dalai Lama fled from Tibet to escape from Chinese army on 30 March 1959 at the Tawang Monastery before reaching Tezpur in Assam - Tawang Monastery is said to be the biggest Buddhist monastery in the world outside of Lhasa, Tibet - ‘The Land of Dawn-lit Mountains’ at 3500 meters gives you unparallel purity of nature - Tourist flock here for enjoying the scenic beauty and experience the spiritual aura of so many monasteries - Visit the monastery, the War Memorial, Apple Orchard, Hot water spring, etc - Option of Sangetsar Lake [Named as Madhuri Lake after shooting of Movie] and you may see a gleam of recognition - The lake was renamed after Madhuri Dixit shot here for the film Koyla - Evening free for shopping - Evening back to Hotel or Homestay - Overnight stay in Tawang


Excursion to Bumla Pass [Optional is Sangetsar Tso] - Early morning breakfast - Bumla Pass is accessible only by permission - For the permits, one has to visit the Office of the Deputy Commissioner in Tawang District and then Indian army cantonment of Tawang [Our representative will complete the job on physical presense of guests] Next drive 37 kilometers and nearly 02 hours drive - This pass or path was used by Dalai Lama to enter India - Covered with snow throughout the year, Bumla Pass is a popular spot for tourist at an elevation of 5000 meters i.e. 15200 feet - One can walk up to the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and on the other side of the barricade is China - Army personnel are very friendly and answer all of the questions which are posed to them - Along with Bum La pass one can also visit Sangetsar Tso [Lake] [Madhuri lake] on the trip back - The lake is about 20 kilometers from Tawang town and about 07 kilometers beyond the bifurcation of the road leading to Bum La Pass - It will be around 06-08 hours depending on the amount of time spend at each place - Stop for permit & ID check -  It is best visited from the month of May to October  - It is great place to go - Back to Tawang - Evening free - Night stay in Hotel or Homesty in Tawang

Day- 08

Transfer to Bomdila - Morning breakfast - Next drive back to Bomdila -  Bomdilla is approximately 180 kilometers and is a drive of roughly 06 hours - Despite its rough roads and tough climatic conditions, Bomdila is well connected with Guwahati (264 kilometers), Tawang (167 kilometers) and Tezpur (162 kilometers) - Bomdila is known for its scenic environs along with its Buddhist monasteries and apple orchids - The Bomdila View Point is a prominent site to view the spectacular West Kameng valley and the cloud-covered Nechipu Pass - It’s also a heaven for adventure lovers offering them with a wide array of outdoor adventure activities such as hiking, trekking, mountain biking, and forest camping - It is inhabited by the Monpa, Sherdukpen, Miji, Bugun (Khowa) and Aka tribes - On the way stop at Gontse Rabgyaling Monastery (Upper Gonpa) & Thub-Chog Gatsel Ling Monastery (Lower Gonpa) - Morning / Evening one can visit the ViewPoint - Bomdila offers a wonderful panoramic view of Himalayan landscapes and snow-clad ranges - Evening just stroll around the road - Overnight stay in Bomdila

Day- 09

Transfer to Guwahati [Optional is Brahmaputra Cruise] - Early morning breakfast - Next drive towards Guwahati - It is approximately 340 kilometers and is a drive of roughly 09 hours - The route is Bomdila - Rupa - Shergaon - Kalaktang - Amatulla - Mazbot - Orang - Rowta - Mangaldoi - Tezpur - Nagaon - Sipajhar to Guwahati - total distance 346 kilometers - Comparatively very little traffic on this road & for food decent hotel at Shergaon or Kalaktang - Reach Guwahati or Pragjyotishpura in ancient Assam is the largest city of Assam, a major riverine port city and one of the fastest-growing cities in India - Guwahati situated on the southern bank of the mighty Brahmaputra river in Kamrup district of Assam - Check into Hotel -  Guests will be tired due to the long drive yet if one is interested one can enjoy the Brahmaputra Cruise -  [Optional] In the evening set out on a River cruise to watch the sun go down the Brahmaputra River and feel why the river is locally called ‘Luit’- the color of blood (Optional) - Evening free to stroll around the area or visit local market - Overnight stay at Guwahati

Day- 10

Departure Transfer to Airport, Railway Station Or Bus Terminus - Early morning breakfast & check out of hotel - Depending upon the departure time guests can opt for a visit to Kamakhya Temple or Local Shopping or Have Food in some of the best traditional restaurants nearby - Few facts about Assam worth mentioning are the  ancient cities of Pragjyotishpura and Durjaya (North Guwahati) were the capitals of the ancient state of Kamarupa under the Varman and Pala dynasties - Many ancient Hindu temples are in the city, giving it the name City Of Temples"- Dispur, the capital of Assam, is in the circuit city region located within Guwahati and is the seat of the Government of Assam - Four major trading center and places of interest fro tourist are  Pan Bazaar, Paltan Bazaar, Fancy Bazaar, and Uzan Bazaar - Handloom & Silk are of good quality - After breakfast drive to Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport (GAU) / Guwahati Railway Station (GHY) or Rupnath Brahma Inter-State Bus Terminal (ISBT) - Forwarding Journey

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Package : Assam, Arunachal & Meghalaya 09 Nights & 10 Days

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