Outstanding North East

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Day 1 :Arrive Guwahati – Shillong (about 110 kilometres / 3 hours)

You will be taken to Shillong from Guwahati airport / railway station. Visit Umiam lake en way. Shillong became the state of Meghalaya's first capital. The city, which is nestled among undulating pine-covered hills, enjoys a warmer temperature than tropical India. The city centre is 1496m above sea level and has a population of around 270,000 people. It is also known as the Scotland of the East due to its many waterfalls. Check into your hotel upon arrival. The remainder of the day is free. Overnight in a Shillong hotel.

Day 2 :Shillong - Cherrapunjee – Shillong (about 60 kilometres / 2 hours)

Today, with breakfast at the hotel, depart for Cherrapunjee. Cherrapunji in Meghalaya is one of the wettest places on Earth and the only location in India where it rains all year. Cherrapunjiis located in the East Khasi Hills, approximately 50 kilometres southwest of Shillong, the state capital. Cherrapunji, often spelled Sohra or Churra, translates as 'the orange land'. Cherrapunji'sclifs also provide breathtaking views over Bangladesh's lowlands. Seven Sisters Falls, Nahkhalikai Falls, Mwasmai Cave, and Koh Ram Hoh eco-park are all included. Return to Shillong, stopping along the way to see Shillong Peak and Elephanta Falls. Overnight in a Shillong hotel. (B)

Day 3 :Shillong – Bhalukpong (about 310 kilometres / 7 hours)

Today, make your way to Bhalukpong. Bhalukpung is a tiny town in Arunachal Pradesh, India, located on the southern foothills of the Himalayas. Bhalukpung's primary tourist attractions are fishing and river rafting. Among Bhalukpung's tourist attractions are the Pakhui Game Sanctuary and the Tipi Orchidariaurm, which is home to over 2600 grown orchids representing 80 different kinds. Check into your hotel upon arrival. The remainder of the day is free. Overnight in a Bhalukpong hotel. (B)

Day 4: Bhalukpung – Dirang (about 160 kilometres / three hours and forty minutes)

Today, pay a visit to the Tipi Orchidariurm in Bhalukpung before continuing on to Dirang. Dirang is a picture-perfect Tibetan – Monpa stone hamlet, with the exception of the major road. A high rocky slope rises above the lovely stone dwellings, crowned with the Old Dirangs Gompa and many walls. Overnight in a Dirang hotel. (B)

Day 5: Dirang – Tawang (about 150 kilometres / four hours)

Today, immediately following breakfast, drive to Tawang. Along the way, take at the snowcapped Sella Pass at 14000 feet and the Jaswant Garh War Memorial. Tawang is located at an elevation of 3500 metres. The natural splendour and isolation of the Gudpi and Chong-Chugmi mountains, the Tawang Chu River, and the Tawang Valley are fascinating. The districts are populated by all Monpa tribes except Shyo village, which is inhabited by Tibetans. Check into your hotel upon arrival. Overnight at the Twanag hotel. (B)

Day 6 :Twanag

Today, take a tour of the 400-year-old (17th century) Tawang Monastery, the world's second biggest monastery after Tibet's Potala Palace. The structure measures around 113 feet long by 80 feet broad and is home to priceless artefacts, books, and manuscripts, both handwritten and printed. Later, visit Tawang War Memorial, a 40-foot-high multi-hued memorial with a stupa-style construction. This memorial, dedicated to the martyrs of the Sino-Indo War of 1962, is located among picturesque peaks that overlook the Tawang-Chu valley. The remainder of the day is free to meander through the town's streets. Overnight in a Tawang hotel. (B)

Day 7: Tawang – Bomdila (about 180 kilometres/four hours)

Today Continue to Bomdila. Bomdila is the district headquarters of West Kameng, located at an elevation of 8500 feet above sea level. With its pleasant environment, apple orchards, creative people, snow-capped Himalayan peaks, and Buddhist Gompas, it attracts a large number of travellers. The Buddhist monastery of Bomdila is a cultural reservoir. Check into your hotel upon arrival. The remainder of the day is free. Overnight at the Bomdila hotel. (B)

Day 8 :Bomdila – Kaziranga (about 220 kilometres / 6 hours)

After breakfast, go from Bomdila towards Kaziranga. Kaziranga National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is renowned for its Great Indian One Horned Rhinoceros. Kaziranga is characterised by dense woodland, towering elephant grass, rough reeds, marshes, and tiny lakes. Kaziranga is also home to a sizable population of Tigers and a breeding population of Elephants, Wild Water Buffalo, and Swamp Deer. The remainder of the day is free. Overnight in a Kaziranga hotel. (B)

Day 9 :Kaziranga

Today, early in the morning, take an elephant ride at the park. Later, embark on a Jeep safari in the park's centre range. Overnight in a Kaziranga hotel. (B)

Day 10 :Kaziranga – Guwahati (about 230 kilometres / six hours)

Today Continue to Guwahati. Guwahati, the entrance to the northeast and the region's largest and most cosmopolitan city, serves as the beginning point for the majority of Northeast itineraries. Although it is a somewhat featureless city — a prosaic jumble of glass and concrete for the most part – there are a few fascinating temples to visit. However, if you stroll around its back lanes and historic districts, you may rescue a substantial amount of local favour that persists despite its suburban sprawl of ponds, palm trees, modest single-story traditional dwellings, and ancient colonial-era palaces. Check into your hotel upon arrival. The remainder of the day is free. Overnight in a Guwahati hotel. (B)

Day 11 :Guwahati

Today, following breakfast, visit the Kamakhya temple, which is devoted to the goddess Kamakhya, a manifestation of Sati. According to the Shiva Purana, Sati's yoni or creative organ landed on Nilachal hill when Vishnu chopped her dead corpse into 51 pieces with his suddarshan chakra in order to rescue the universe from Shiva's tandavanrittya or dance of destruction. Additionally, visit the Navagraha temple, the Umananda temple, the Balaji temple, and the state zoo. Overnight in a Guwahati hotel. (B)

12th Day: Depart Guwahati

This morning, you will be taken to Guwahati airport / railway station in order to catch a flight or train return to your home or next destination. (B)

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