1 Nights Guwahati
3 Nights Shillong
1 Night Silchar
2 Nights Aizwal
2 Nights Agartala
Enjoy delicious north eastern cuisine. Kamakhya Temple Umiam Lake Shillong peak Elephant falls Nohkalikai WaterFalls Seven Sister Waterfalls E EcoPark Living-root Bridge Bhubeneshwar temple Badarpur Fort Mizoram State Museum Badarpur Fort Vantawng Falls Durtlang Hills Falkawn Village Tripurasundari Temple The Tripura State Tribal Museum Trip to an interesting plantation. Bird Watching Enjoy local boating. Enjoy the cruise on the Brahmaputra Wonderful experience of culture Some breathtaking scenery during the trip. Get surprised by the The Jatinga Bird mystery
All Transfers, Sightseeing & Excursion by A/C Vehicle as specified in the itinerary.
Accommodation on twin sharing basis hotels as per the plan mentioned against each hotel
Return Airport Transfers
Meet and greet service at the airport on arrival.
Child below 5 yrs will be complimentary.
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Expenses of Personal Nature like laundry, telephone calls, room service, alcoholic beverages, mini bar charges, tips, portage, camera fees etc.
Insurance, Guide Services / Boat ride in Chilka lake, Entrance fee at monument.
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All personal expenses
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Tips, laundry & phone call
Expenses caused by factors beyond our control like rail and flight delays, roadblocks, vehicle mal-functions, political disturbances etc.
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Alcoholic / Non- Alcoholic beverages
Morning arrival at Guwahati Railway Station transfer to hotel.
After Lunch a brief sightseeing of Guwahati visiting:
Kamakhya Temple: 16th-century temple, Kamakhya which means "renowned goddess of desire," and she resides at the presently rebuilt Kamakhya Temple in 1645 C. The temple is primary amongst the 51 Shakti Peethas related to the sect that follows Sati, and remains one of the most important Shakta temples and Hindu pilgrimage site in the world.
Evening Brahmaputra Cruise on the beautiful Brahmaputra River.
Overnight stay at Guwahati
After breakfast proceed to Shillong, also called 'Scotland of the East". While traveling enroute visit the majestic placid Umiam Lake surrounded by the sylvan hills wrapped in the beauty of green Khasi-pines and the azure blue skies.
Umiam Lake is also known as Barapani Lake. It is a reservoir located in the hills 15 km North of Shillong in the state of Meghalaya. Umiam Dam, which impounds the lake, was built by the Assam State Electricity Board in the early 1960s. The dam's original purpose was to store water for hydroelectric power generation. It is also a popular destination for water sport and adventure facilities like kayaking, water cycling, scooting and boating.
On arrival at Shillong, check in at your hotel.
Evening you can visit the local market.
Overnight stay at Shillong
After early breakfast drive to enjoy the mesmerizing mornings of Shillong to Cherapunji one of the wettest places on Earth.
En route visit Shillong peak believed to be the abode of the deity that protects the city. Located at an altitude of 1970 mtrs. Shillong Peak is the highest point of Shillong and offers a breathtaking view of the entire city, the waterfalls, surrounding mountains and the plains across the Bangladesh Border.
Elephant falls locally popular as Ka Kshaid Lai Pateng Khohsiew, which translates to "the three - step waterfall. The name originated in the British era when the Englishmen spotted a giant rock that looked like an elephant near the fall.
Also stop at Nohkalikai WaterFalls which is the tallest plunge waterfall in India.
Explore the caves known as Mawsmai. The Mawsmai Caves are naturally formed limestone caves which lit itself enhancing visitors to explore around. Though the caves are long, only a distance of 150 meters is open for visitors. The stalactites and stalagmites caves have innumerable forms, shapes and sizes inside leaving one to imagine as many life forms as possible. This magnificent natural wonder is the handiwork of years of natural abrasion and underground water.
Visit the Seven Sister Waterfalls also known as Nohsngithiang Falls form a seven-segmented waterfall, which plunges over the top of limestone cliffs of the Khasi Hills. It is the Fourth Highest Waterfall in India.
Eco Park created atop in the plateaus of Meghalaya the park hosts many beautiful orchids in the Eco Park’s greenhouse. A beautiful crossover bridge opens up the sweeping views of the green canyons of Shillong and the stretching Silent Plains of Bangladesh.
After return drive to Shillong
Overnight stay at Shillong
After breakfast drive to Mwallynong, the cleanest village in Asia also known as ‘God’s own Garden’. With over 80 households, the village gives the ambiance of walking in a well maintained park.
Living-root Bridge: walk down a flight of almost 100 steps to witness nature’s wonder, living-root bridge. The bridge made by locals with tangles of massive thick roots inter twined to form a bridge. The root bridge is over a hundred feet long and took ten to fifteen years in its natural process to become strong and hold people on board. The bridges is alive and keeps growing and strengthen more over time. The useful lifespan of the bridge is thought to be 500 to 600 years old.
Later drive to Dawki, a village of the Jaintia community whose prime occupation is fishing. Be mesmerized by the beauty of the Umngotriver, the venue of the annual boat race held during March – April at Umsyiem. The Umngot itself is a prime fishing spot for fishermen of the villages. The river is also famous for its crystal clear water, so clear that when seen from a distance, it appears as if the boat is floating in mid-air! The Umngotriver is the natural boundary between Ripnar or Jaintia Hills with HimaKhyrim of Khasi hills over which was constructed a single span suspension bridge. This is the gateway to Bangladesh where major export and import transactions take place. Enjoy an amazing country boat river ride or drive up to the Bangladesh border.
Later proceed to Shillong.
Overnight stay at Shillong.
Morning proceeds to Silchar.
Silchar is a beautiful city in Assam that comes under Kakht district of the state. The main language here is Sileti and Bengali. The city is situated on the banks of the Barak River. Silchar is known for tea farming and agricultural products.
After arriving at Silchar check in at the hotel.
After the drive to Dolu Lake located near Silchar with charming surroundings. The tranquil lake along with the pristine view of the sunset makes it an ideal spot to spend some quality time with your loved ones.
Bhubeneshwar temple is one of the most celebrated temples of Lord Shiva in the entire South Assam. It is located on the top of Bhuvan hill. It is a place of pilgrimage and during the festival of Shivaratri thousands of Shivayats march towards the hill top to worship Lord Shiva. This temple by its geographical location requires a hike of at least 17km.
Badarpur Fort was built during the Mughal era and was a part of the present-day Sylhet district. It is situated along the banks of Barak River. It is spread over a vast area inside the fort which is in ruins over a period of time. The view of the Barak River from this place is beautiful.
Overnight at Silchar
Aizawl is a quaint city and the capital of the state of Mizoram in northeast India. Primarily dominated by the Mizo Tribe. Aizawl and its surrounding areas are lush with rolling hills and abundant greenery. The city, along with the majority of the state is known for its agricultural produce and ethnic handicrafts and apparel.
Mizoram State Museum: The museum was established in April 1977 by the Tribal Research Institute under Education Department. It is an ethnographic museum with multipurpose collections on display.
There are five galleries: Textile Gallery, Ethnology, History, Anthropology, Natural History, and
An Archaeology Terrace. The collection occupies four floors.
Solomon Temple: Nestled in a corner of busy Aizawl city, this beautiful place is the best option for meditation. The surroundings are simply amazing, providing great scenic. The temple has been built by locals by raising funds on their own.
Overnight at Aizwal
Early morning visit Durtlang Hills located on the northern side of Aizawl, the Durtlang Hills is a popular viewpoint offering panoramic views of the capital city. One can drive to the destination and once there engage in a bit of light hiking and trekking. The best time to visit the Durtlang Hills would be in the morning when the sun is not as harsh.
After breakfast excursion to the village of Reiek an absolute beauty only about an hour drive away from the capital Aizawl. Following the flow of Tlawng River. At Reiek, you will find traditional Mizo huts dotted all across the place, along with a traditional Mizo chieftain’s house. Well-maintained surrounding it offers a real insight into the traditions and culture of Mizo life.
After visit to Vantawng Falls the highest waterfall in the state and the 13th highest in the country. The waterfall which is located 137 km away from the capital city of Aizawl on the Vanva River near Thenzawl which is known for its rampaging speed of flow. Tucked in between the verdant valleys with thick greenery around the waterfall seems like a river of white milk from distance. It is located in the Vanva River near Thenzawl which is known for its rampaging speed of flow.
Falkawn Village a model village depicting the lifestyle of the Mizo people, unique cultural extravaganza depicts the livelihoods and cultures of the Mizo people, Located 22 km away from the capital city of Aizawl. Falkawn village is a unique concept and an effort to provide people with an insight into one of the greatest tribal cultures of Aizawl.
Evening shopping for traditional crafts.
Overnight at Aizwal
Morning after breakfast drive back to Silchar. Upon reaching Silchar check in at the hotel.
Afternoon excursion to the village of Jatinga located 80 km from the town of Silchar on Dima Hasao District. The village is inhabited by about 2,500 Khasi tribe and a few Assamese. It has come to be known as the valley of death for birds as Legendary for its phenomenal “bird suicide”. The mystery of Jatinga remains unveiled till date and attracts ornithologist from all over the world. On foggy, moonless nights, thousands of migratory birds die, rather commit suicide, between 7 pm and 10 pm. This amazing phenomenon is not restricted to a particular species and almost 44 species of migratory birds, like the Kingfisher, Tiger Bittern, and Little Egret, succumb to the mysterious death.
Late evening drive back to Silchar.
Overnight at Silchar
After breakfast proceed to Agartala
Enroute visit to Unakoti a heritage as well as pilgrimage site. Unakoti literally means “one less than a crore”. Legend has it that the hills of Unakoti had one 99, 99,999 rock-cut images of Gods and Goddesses. Located on one of the parts of the thick forested Jampui Hills, Unakoti with its giant bas-relief structures is perhaps one of the most stunning heritage sites in South Asia. Archaeologists assume that these stone bas-reliefs were made between 7th to 13th centuries. Infact they even claim that the sculptures belong to two different periods.
Upon reaching Agartala check in at hotel.
Evening Free at leisure
Overnight at Agartala
Morning after breakfast excursion to the lake city Udaipur, Tripura’s historic capital situated on the banks of the Gomati River. About 53km from Agartala, this small town can be easily accessed via road from the capital city. Udaipur was the capital of the Manikya kings, till Maharaja Krishna Chandra Manikya Bahadur moved the capital to Agartala.
Tripurasundari Temple also known as Matabari (Mother Goddess), the Tirupati Sundari Temple is amongst the most revered shrines in India, on account of being one of the 51 Shaktipeethas of the Hindu religion. Constructed by Maharaja Dhanya Manikya Debbarma in 1501, the temple is dedicated to Goddess Kali, who is worshipped here in the form of Soroshi.
Neer Mahal in Rudrasagar Lake known as the ‘lake palace’ of Tripura, Neer-Mahal was constructed as a summer residence. It was Maharaja Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya Debbarma's idea to build a palace amidst the splendid Rudrasagar lake and in 1921 he accredited the British company Martin and Burns to construct the palace for him. The company took nine years to complete the palace. Maharaja Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya Debbarma belonged to the ‘Manikya Dynasty’ which is supposed to be the second longest remaining dynasty in the world today.
The Ujjayanta: is a museum and the former palace of the Kingdom of Tripura situated in Agartala. The palace was constructed between 1899 and 1901 by Maharaja Radha Kishore Manikya Debbarma and stands on the banks of two lakes surrounded by gardens inspired by the European style. It primarily showcases the lifestyle, arts, culture, tradition and utility crafts of communities residing in northeast India, along with a lot of stone sculptures, coinage of the Manikya dynasty and some other artefacts.
The Tripura State Tribal Museum is located within the premises of the Tribal Research and Cultural Institute at Agartala. Inaugurated on 23rd September 2009 by the Honourable Chief Minister of Tripura, Sri Manik Sarkar. The museum was conceived with the intension of promoting tribal heritage and culture. Accompanying the diorama, are few collections of traditional musical instruments, ornaments, fishing and hunting implements, textiles as well as household utensils made of wood and bamboo.The charming attention to aesthetic beauty even for everyday objects is the hallmark of this collection.
Overnight at Agartala
Transfer to Agartala Airport for onward journey.
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