Tour Code: 160 Tour Type: Standard
6 Nights,7 Days
Minimum person: 2
Maximum person: 40
Visa Asst: N/A
Payment method: Online/EMI/Bank/COD/Card
Help line: 09666770066
Location: Guwahati, Kaziranga, Shillong & Cherrapunji
All permit fees
Accommodation on twin Sharing Basis. Meal Plan: CP/MAP. All permit fees & hotel taxes (as per itinerary). One Elephant Safari & one Jeep Safari at Kaziranga National Park.
Anything which is not included in the inclusion. Insurance. Service Tax. Any increase in taxes or fuel price, leading to increase in cost on surface transportation & land arrangements, which may come into effect prior to departure. Any cost arising due to natural calamities like, landslides, road blockage, political disturbances (strikes), etc (to be borne by the client, which is directly payable on the spot). Entry fees & Guide charges. Additional sightseeing or extra usage of vehicle, other than mentioned in the itinerary. All kind of personal expenses such as tips, laundry, telephone bills & beverages. Air Fare / Train fare.
Arrive at Guwahati airport/Railway Station you will be received and greet by our company representative. After refreshment visit Shankardeva Kalakshetra – a cultural centre with a fine exposition of the life and culture of the people of Assam. Then visit Shilpagram & Balaji Temple. Evening free for leisure & shopping. O/N at Guwahati.
This morning proceed to Kaziranga National Park (250km) – a World Heritage Site and Tiger Reserve, covering an area of 430 Sq km. It is the home to more than 80% of world’s Rhino population. Rest of the day free for leisure. O/N at Kaziranga
Early morning go for Elephant ride (5.30-6.30 a.m. / 6.30-7.30 a.m.) in the Central / western range of the park then back to resort and have breakfast, afternoon go for an exclusive jeep safari (2.30 p.m. onwards) in the central range. Evening free for own activity. O/N at Kaziranga.
After breakfast proceed to Shillong (288km) – known as the ‘Scotland of the East’. On the way visit Umium Lake – the biggest artificial lake in Meghalaya. On arrival at Shillong check in hotel. Evening free for leisure. O/N at Shillong.
Today drive to Cherrapunji (65km) – the wettest place on the earth. En-route visit Elephant Falls & Shillong Peak – to enjoy a bird’s eye view of Shillong city. At Cherrapunji visit Mawsmai Cave, Mawsami Falls, Seven Sister Falls & Nohkalikai Falls. After lunch at Cherrapunji drive back to Shillong. O/N at Shillong.
Morning after breakfast check out from hotel and visit Don-Bosco Museum (Sunday close) & proceed to Guwahati (100km). Transfer to hotel & after refreshment visit Kamakhya Temple on the Nilachal Hills – a seat of the tantric cult in India and one of the 108 Shakti Pithas in the country. Evening free for leisure. O/N at Guwahati.
This morning after breakfast transfer to Guwahati Airport/Railway Station to depart by for your onward destination.
Poised on the banks of the Brahamputra River, this rapidly growing city provides a link to seven other northeastern states. Its hills hold a 10th-century temple dedicated to the goddess Kamakhya and an ancient seat of astronomy known as Navagraha, the temple of the nine planets; the small Umananda temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, is on an island in the river. The area around the city contains wildlife sanctuaries, archeological ruins and a silk-weaving center.
The famed one-horned rhinoceros, one of India’s best-known tourism mascots, calls the expansive grasslands of the Kaziranga National Park its home. The park’s population of 1800-odd rhinos represents more than two-thirds of the world’s total; in 1904 there were just 200. The park consists of western, central and eastern ranges, the central range doubling as the venue for popular early-morning elephant safaris. Lasting an hour each, these rides offer unparalleled opportunities to get close to rhinos, which don’t seem phased by the elephants, even when surrounded by several safari groups. Safaris can be arranged at the Kaziranga Tourist Complex or directly with your accommodation.
Irreverent Shillong was the capital of British-created Assam until 1972. Since becoming the state capital of Meghalaya, it has rapidly developed into a typical modern Indian town, but still retains some its colonial-era charm in certain pockets. Overhauled cars are all the rage here – take a ride in one of Shillong's many taxis and you'll know
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