Assam & Meghalaya

MountainsNorth EastNorth India


Starts 9,999/- /(Enquire for Price)

7 Days (Recommended)

Tour Type

Vacation Tour

Group Size

Group / Family/ Couple / Solo


Any Language

Assam  Assam is a state in northeastern India known for its wildlife, archeological sites, and tea plantations. In the west, Guwahati, Assam’s largest city, features silk bazaars and the hilltop Kamakhya Temple. Umananda Temple sits on Peacock Island in the Brahmaputra river. The state capital, Dispur, is a suburb of Guwahati. The ancient pilgrimage site of Hajo and Madan Kamdev, the ruins of a temple complex, lie nearby. Meghalaya Located in North-east India, Meghalaya, also known as the Abode of Clouds, falls in one of the richest biodiversity areas in the world. The famed monsoons, the rich traditional festivals, and the dramatic terrain are just some of the many things this state is famous for. Whether you are looking for an adventure to give you an adrenaline high or a tranquil spot to recharge yourself, Meghalaya has plenty to offer.
Suggested Tour

Guwahati, Kaziranga, Shillong, Cherrapunjee,

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    Guwahati On arrival at Guwahati, drive to Bhalukpong. Bhalukpong is a small town located along the southern reaches of the Himalayas in the West Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh. Explore this beautiful place. Guwahati also known as city of temple, namely MaaKamakhya Temple, Balaji Temple, Nabagraha Temple, Umananda Island Temple Dinner Cruise on Mighty Brahmaputra
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    Kaziranga National Forest

    Kaziranga Visit the park for an exciting elephant safari to get a closer view, one can definitely encounter Great Indian One Horn Rhinoceros.
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    Shillong town has enjoyed a cosmopolitan core since its beginnings. This reflects in the unique culture of Meghalaya’s scenic capital – a place where every festival is celebrated with zest and travelers will stumble across cuisines from across the country and the world. Shillong
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    Cherrapunji in Meghalaya is one of the wettest places on the planet and the only place in India to receive rain throughout the year. The town of Cherrapunji is nestled in the East Khasi Hills about 50 km southwest of the state's capital, Shillong. Cherrapunji, also known as Sohra or Churra, means 'the land of oranges.
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    Mawlynnong & Dawki

    Mawlynnong has earned a reputation for being one of the cleanest villages in Asia, but a sobriquet that does more justice is that of God’s Own Garden. The fruit orchards, the rushing streams, the evergreen surroundings, the swaying palms, and the well-preserved traditions of the Khasis provide a picture-perfect stage on the edge of Meghalaya’s southern ranges. Arguably the most famous icon of Meghalaya is found here – the Nohwet Living Root Bridge.

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