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Monsoons in Meghalaya

Code: #645
08 Days
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Guwahati
Nestled in the picturesque hills of the eastern flanks of the Himalayan mountain range, Guwahati is more famous for Kamakhya temple and Guwahati Zoo which is India’s largest natural zoo. It is also home to various impressive archeological ruins and has a lot of heritage, culture, and history attached to it.

Barapani
Barapani is one of the most scenic places in Meghalaya. Barapani Lake is vastly sprawled across a large area. You can enjoy a relaxing picnic here or engage in the activities carried out here like, kayaking, water cycling, scooting and boating. The picturesque views of the lake will leave you mesmerized.

Shillong
Shillong is a beautiful abode and is home to one of the rarest and friendliest tribes, Khasi Tribe. The majestic views from the Shillong peak will leave you awestruck, the food like Tibetan steamed dumplings will leave you drooling, it is a trekker’s paradise and is also famous for its nightlife. 

Laitlum
A gem of a trek, Laitlum is truly a once in a lifetime experience, it is called the amphitheater of Meghalaya and is a dream come true, straight out children’s book. Laitlum is not only dreamy it is also a gorgeous trek and a famed sunset spot in Shillong.

Jowai
Jowai is mainly populated by the Pnar tribe. It is a picturesque town with the Myntdu river surrounding it on three sides and Bangladesh bordering it on the southern borders. It is very scenic and has 2 major waterfalls called Krang Suri falls and Tyrshi falls which attract a lot of tourists. 

Mawsynram
Mawsynram is known for its scenic beauty, throughout the year and especially during the monsoon season which turns Mawsynram into a lush green garden of sorts. Visit the Mawsmai Cave, Mawsmai Falls, Nohalikalai Falls, Mawlyngbna and experience the different terrains and sights in Mawsynram.

Cherrapunjee
One of the wettest places on Earth, Cherrapunjee is home to one of the biggest tourist attractions, the double-decker living root bridge. Cherrapunjee is known for its picturesque views and gorgeous sunsets. Put your cameras to use to capture the seven sisters waterfalls, which is another major tourist destination and is a must-visit when in Cherrapunjee or spot the red panda in the Nokrek National Park. 

Dawki
Dawki is a border town in Jaintia Hills, sandwiched between India and Bangladesh and has a lot to offer. Umngot River, Umngot Bridge, Jaflong Zero Point, and Burhill Falls are the major places to visit in Dawki. Dawki is an unreal spot for camping and adventure water sports like snorkeling, kayaking, and boating in Umngot River.

Nongrait
The majestic Rainbow Falls, suspension bridges and living grass-root bridge, Nongrait is just a 2500 steps trek away from Cherrapunjee and is a very scenic and naturally beautiful place. Have a home-cooked meal at a homestay and enjoy the picturesque views of Nongrait. 

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION
INCLUDED
Accommodation on double sharing at Barapani Accommodation on quad sharing at Cherrapunjee
Breakfast at Barapani Breakfast & Dinner at Cherrapunjee
Assistance on arrival & departure All transfers and sightseeing
Dedicated AC car Professional guide during trek from Nongriat village
All taxes
NOT INCLUDED
Entry fees at different sites with camera,
Any personal expenses like Extra Meals, Bottled Water, Telephonic Calls, Tips, Laundry which is not mentioned in the itinerary will carry additional cost.

Highlights

  • Breathtaking view of Mawkdok valley on a Duwan Sing Syiem Bridge
  • Step foot on the living roots bridge
  • Visit the cleanest village in Aisa, Mawlynnong
  • Trek to Krem Mawmluh cave in Cherrapunjee
  • Explore the biggest artificial lake in Meghalaya known as Barapani Lake

Itinerary

Day 01: Guwahati to Barapani
Day 02: Shillong sightseeing
Day 03: Day trip Laitlum, Jowai
Day 04: Barapani – Mawsynram – Cherrapunjee
Day 05: Cherrapunjee sightseeing
Day 06: Dawki, Mawlynong
Day 07: Nongriat trek, double decker root bridge
Day 08: Cherrapunjee – Guwahati, Departure

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