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Embark on a captivating journey through Northeast India with 1 night in Guwahati, the gateway to the region, followed by 1 nights in the rain-soaked enchantment of Cherrapunjee, and concluding with 3 nights in the picturesque city of Shillong. In Guwahati, explore the Kamakhya Temple's spiritual aura and cruise along the Brahmaputra River. Venture to Cherrapunjee, the wettest place on Earth, where cascading waterfalls and lush landscapes await exploration. Immerse yourself in Shillong's cultural tapestry, adorned with the scenic beauty of Ward's Lake and the vibrant Police Bazar. This 5-day itinerary promises an immersive experience, blending spirituality, natural wonders, and the rich cultural heritage of Northeast India.


  • Experience the bustling cityscape of Guwahati during a night's stay, exploring its cultural landmarks and vibrant markets.
  • Discover the mesmerizing landscapes of Cherrapunjee during a night's stay, known for its lush greenery and spectacular waterfalls.
  • Explore the charming hill station of Shillong over 2 nights, visiting iconic sites like Elephant Falls and the Don Bosco Museum.
  • Immerse in the serene beauty of Umiam Lake and the captivating viewpoints of Shillong, offering panoramic vistas of the surrounding hills.
  • Indulge in authentic Northeastern cuisine and witness the warm hospitality of the locals, creating unforgettable memories of your tour.
  • All the tours will be on sharing basis.
  • A well versed guide with the places will be there with you in every step of the tour.
  • Travel by comfortable A/C small cars or SUV or Tempo Travellers or Mini Buses or big buses depending on the respective tour group size.

What’s Included

  • Local guide services provided as needed.
  • Tour Manager provided from Day 01 to drop-off.
  • Refreshments: Water bottle and chips.
  • All Toll Taxes, Parking fees and Driver's Expenses.
  • Nathula, Zero Point, Mt. Katao & Kalapathar Charges.
  • Entrance fee are not included in the packages.
  • Hotels and Meals are not included in this package.

A Spiritual Odyssey: Kamakhya and the Tranquil Night in Guwahati

Arriving in the bustling city of Guwahati, your journey in the heart of Assam is heightened with a visit to the sacred Kamakhya Temple, an iconic pilgrimage site. This spiritual odyssey is not just a physical exploration but a profound journey into the cultural and religious fabric of the region.

Arrival in Guwahati

Guwahati, nestled on the banks of the mighty Brahmaputra River, welcomes travelers with its vibrant energy and cultural richness. As you step into this city, the air is filled with a blend of traditional and contemporary vibes, creating a unique ambiance. The city, often referred to as the gateway to Northeast India, offers a seamless mix of urbanity and natural beauty.

Journey to Kamakhya Temple

The spiritual sojourn commences with a visit to the Kamakhya Temple, perched atop Nilachal Hill. Dedicated to Goddess Kamakhya, an incarnation of the divine feminine, the temple holds profound significance in Hinduism. The journey to the temple is not just a physical ascent but a symbolic climb, representing a seeker's journey toward spiritual enlightenment.

As you approach the temple, the unique architectural marvel and the air of devotion become palpable. The complex comprises several smaller shrines, each with its distinct deity. The main sanctum, housing the yoni-shaped stone symbolizing the goddess, exudes an aura of mysticism.

The panoramic view of Guwahati from the temple complex is breathtaking, providing a moment of introspection and serenity. Pilgrims and visitors often pause to absorb the spiritual energy and reflect on the historical and cultural significance of Kamakhya.

Spiritual Serenity at Kamakhya

Inside the temple, the sanctum sanctorum exudes a divine energy, accentuated by the rituals and prayers performed by the temple priests. The ancient rituals, resonating with centuries of tradition, create an atmosphere of spiritual serenity. Devotees offer prayers, seek blessings, and immerse themselves in the spiritual vibrations that permeate the temple precincts.

Kamakhya Temple is not merely a religious site; it's a cultural treasure that encapsulates the rich heritage of Assam. The vibrant festivals, especially the Ambubachi Mela, attract devotees and curious souls alike, creating a tapestry of devotion and celebration.

Overnight Stay in Guwahati

After the spiritual immersion at Kamakhya, the evening invites you to unwind and reflect on the day's experiences. Guwahati, with its array of accommodations, offers a tranquil overnight stay. Whether you choose a hotel along the riverfront or within the city's heart, the night in Guwahati promises comfort and rejuvenation.

As the night falls, Guwahati comes alive with a different energy. The city's culinary scene beckons, offering a chance to savor Assamese cuisine or explore diverse culinary delights. A stroll along the riverfront or through the lively markets provides a glimpse into the city's nocturnal charm.

The overnight stay in Guwahati serves as a bridge between the spiritual introspection of Kamakhya and the forthcoming adventures in Assam's diverse landscapes. The city's vibrant nightlights and the gentle hum of the Brahmaputra create a soothing backdrop for a restful night.

Your day, initiated with a visit to Kamakhya Temple and culminating in an overnight stay in Guwahati, is a harmonious blend of spiritual exploration and urban repose. Guwahati, with its unique amalgamation of tradition and modernity, serves as the perfect host, allowing you to absorb the spiritual vibes of Kamakhya and unwind in the comforting embrace of the city's hospitality. This journey is not just a physical passage; it's a transformative experience, leaving you enriched with the essence of Assam's cultural and spiritual tapestry.

Overnight stay in Guwahati

Transfer from Guwahati to Shillong and on the way Sightseeing

Embarking on the road journey from Guwahati to Shillong is a picturesque adventure that unveils the scenic beauty of Meghalaya, offering a delightful blend of natural wonders and cultural treasures. As you leave the bustling cityscape of Guwahati behind, the road trip unfolds a mesmerizing tapestry of landscapes and experiences.

The journey between Guwahati and Shillong, covering approximately 100 kilometers, takes you through verdant hills, lush forests, and charming villages. One of the notable landmarks on this route is Umiam Lake, a sparkling gem that captures the essence of Meghalaya's pristine beauty.

Umiam Lake

Around 15 kilometers north of Shillong, Umiam Lake, also known as Barapani, is a captivating reservoir that leaves travelers spellbound. As you approach the lake, the azure expanse surrounded by hills and meadows unfolds like a panoramic masterpiece. The serenity of Umiam Lake makes it a perfect pitstop for those traveling from Guwahati to Shillong.

Stretching over 220 square kilometers, Umiam Lake is an artificial reservoir created by the damming of the Umiam River. The lake serves as a major water supply source for the region and is renowned for its pristine beauty and tranquility. The calm waters mirror the surrounding hills and the clear blue sky, creating a surreal reflection that changes with the shifting light throughout the day.

Visitors can engage in various activities around Umiam Lake, adding a touch of adventure to their journey. Boating is a popular choice, allowing you to gently cruise on the tranquil waters while absorbing the breathtaking scenery. The lush greenery, distant hills, and the occasional sound of migratory birds create a soothing ambiance.

Picnic spots along the lakeshore provide an opportunity to savor the natural beauty while enjoying a leisurely meal. The crisp mountain air and the gentle rustle of leaves enhance the overall experience, making Umiam Lake a haven for nature enthusiasts and those seeking a peaceful retreat.

The journey from Guwahati to Shillong, punctuated by Umiam Lake, is not just about the destination but also about the moments in between. As you continue your drive, the undulating hills unfold, and the cool breeze carries the scent of pine forests. The road itself becomes an integral part of the adventure, winding through the East Khasi Hills and offering breathtaking glimpses of Meghalaya's topography.

The transition from Guwahati to Shillong is not just geographical but also cultural. The roadside villages showcase the vibrant traditions of the Khasi people, and glimpses of their unique architecture and lifestyle add a distinctive charm to the journey. The drive becomes a cultural exploration, providing a deeper understanding of the region's diversity.

Arriving in Shillong, the 'Scotland of the East,' feels like stepping into a different world. The colonial-era architecture, bustling markets, and the energetic vibe of the city create a dynamic contrast to the serene landscapes encountered on the way. The journey, complemented by Umiam Lake's tranquility, sets the stage for a memorable sojourn in Shillong, making the entire experience a harmonious blend of nature, culture, and adventure.

Overnight stay in Shillong

Double Decker Living Root Bridge and Rainbow Falls Expedition in Nongriat Village

Embark on an exhilarating full-day trek to the mystical Double Decker Living Root Bridge in Nongriat Village, Cherrapunjee—a journey that weaves through lush landscapes, dense forests, and ancient wonders.

Setting the Stage

As the sun rises over Cherrapunjee, the air is filled with anticipation. The trek to the Double Decker Living Root Bridge begins with a descent of approximately 3200 steps, leading adventurers through the heart of Meghalaya's captivating terrain. The rhythmic echoes of each step create a cadence, setting the pace for an immersive exploration.

Living Marvels

Nestled in the village of Nongriat, the Double Decker Living Root Bridge stands as a testament to indigenous engineering and nature's collaboration. Formed by the intricate intertwining of living aerial roots of ancient rubber trees, this unique bridge spans the Umshiang River. The ethereal beauty of the bridge, with its two levels seamlessly blending with the surrounding foliage, offers a glimpse into the harmonious relationship between mankind and nature.

Descending to Nongriat

The journey down the steps unveils the verdant landscapes and traditional Khasi villages. As trekkers navigate the steep descent, the air is tinged with the earthy fragrance of the forests, and the symphony of birdcalls adds to the enchantment. The trail leads through bamboo groves, moss-covered stones, and vibrant wildflowers, creating a tapestry of colors.

Double Decker Living Root Bridge: A Natural Marvel

Upon reaching the Double Decker Living Root Bridge, a sense of awe envelops the trekkers. The bridge, alive and thriving, stands as a living testament to sustainable engineering. Adventurers can traverse its unique structure, feeling the resilience of the living roots beneath their feet. The turquoise waters flowing beneath add a serene backdrop to the natural marvel.

Optional Descent to Rainbow Falls

For those seeking an extra layer of adventure, an optional descent from the Double Decker Bridge leads to the mesmerizing Rainbow Falls. The trail snakes through the lush forest, and the sound of cascading water grows louder with each step. After a trek of 60 to 90 minutes, trekkers are greeted by the sheer magnificence of Rainbow Falls—a cascade of crystalline water creating prismatic hues in the sunlight. The falls, surrounded by emerald greenery, offer a tranquil haven for reflection and rejuvenation.

Overnight in Cherrapunjee

As the day's trek concludes, trekkers return to Cherrapunjee, where the night unveils a different charm. The quaint accommodations in Cherrapunjee provide a cozy refuge amid the hills, allowing travelers to relive the day's adventures and rejuvenate for further exploration.

The full-day trek to the Double Decker Living Root Bridge and optional Rainbow Falls epitomizes the essence of adventure and ecological marvels. It's a journey that not only challenges the physical limits of trekkers but also unveils the symbiotic relationship between humanity and nature. The living root bridges of Meghalaya, crafted over centuries, stand as guardians of ancient wisdom and ecological balance, inviting adventurers to unravel their mysteries and partake in a communion with the natural world. The overnight stay in Cherrapunjee becomes a poetic pause in this adventure, allowing trekkers to absorb the essence of their odyssey before venturing into the next chapter of exploration in the heart of Meghalaya's breathtaking landscapes.

Overnight stay in Cherrapunjee

Transfer from Cherrapunjee to Shillong after Cherrapunjee Sightseeing

Nohkalikai FallsnokhalikaiFalls

The first stop on this scenic journey is Nohkalikai Falls, one of the tallest plunge waterfalls in India. Cascading from a height of approximately 340 meters, the falls present a mesmerizing spectacle against the backdrop of the verdant hills. The viewpoint provides a panoramic view of the surrounding landscape, allowing visitors to witness the sheer force of nature.

Seven Sisters Falls

Continuing the adventure, the Seven Sisters Falls, also known as Nohsngithiang Falls, is a cluster of seven segmented waterfalls that plunge down the cliffs. These falls are a testament to the region's abundant rainfall, creating a breathtaking visual feast for travelers. The viewpoint offers an expansive view of the Seven Sisters Falls, and the lush greenery surrounding the area adds to the enchantment.

Mawsmai CavemawsmaiCave

For those seeking an underground adventure, Mawsmai Cave beckons with its intricate limestone formations and mysterious chambers. Exploring the well-lit pathways inside the cave provides a unique experience, showcasing nature's artistry through stalactites and stalagmites. The cool, damp atmosphere inside the cave contrasts with the vibrant landscapes outside.

Thangkharang ParkThangkharang Park

Thangkharang Park offers a serene interlude, providing panoramic views of the Bangladesh plains. The park is adorned with a variety of indigenous plants and trees, creating a tranquil setting for relaxation and contemplation. The viewpoint overlooking the Kynrem Falls, one of the highest waterfalls in Meghalaya, adds to the park's allure.

Mawdok ValleyMawdok Dympep Valley

Situated at a distance of 24 KM from Cherrapunji on the Cherrapunji – Shillong highway, Mawkdok Dympep Valley is one of the most alluring places to visit in Cherrapunji. This place is also known as Duwan Sing Syiem Bridge Viewpoint. Mawkdok Dympep Valley offers a spectacular panoramic view of the place. Untouched by any civilization, here one will get a bizarre experience of nature. To get the sprawling view of the valley one needs to climb down a few stairs to get to the viewpoint. At Mawkdok Dympep Valley you can catch a glimpse of a striking orange sunset over the lush green valley shadowed with the backdrop of a greyish cool cloud. If you are lucky enough you can also spot a rainbow over this valley. Besides these natural activities here you can also have an experience of zip lining or you can try out the local khasi dresses and click your photographs. Mawkdok Dympep Valley is open from 6 AM to 6 PM.

Wakhaba Falls

Situated at a distance of 24 KM from Cherrapunji on the Cherrapunji – Shillong highway, Mawkdok Dympep Valley is one of the most alluring places to visit in Cherrapunji. This place is also known as Duwan Sing Syiem Bridge Viewpoint. Mawkdok Dympep Valley offers a spectacular panoramic view of the place. Untouched by any civilization, here one will get a bizarre experience of nature. To get the sprawling view of the valley one needs to climb down a few stairs to get to the viewpoint. At Mawkdok Dympep Valley you can catch a glimpse of a striking orange sunset over the lush green valley shadowed with the backdrop of a greyish cool cloud. If you are lucky enough you can also spot a rainbow over this valley. Besides these natural activities here you can also have an experience of zip lining or you can try out the local khasi dresses and click your photographs. Mawkdok Dympep Valley is open from 6 AM to 6 PM.

After a day filled with exploration and natural wonders, the return journey to Shillong in the evening is an opportunity to reflect on the day's experiences. The roads, now draped in the fading light, reveal a different charm, with the shadows playing on the hills and the distant valleys.

Arriving back in Shillong under the cover of night adds a touch of magic to the journey. The city lights twinkle, and the bustling markets exude a lively energy. An overnight stay in Shillong allows for a leisurely dinner at one of the local eateries, where you can savor the flavors of Meghalaya's cuisine.

In conclusion, a day trip from Shillong to Cherrapunjee is not just a physical journey but a sensory and visual feast. The sights, sounds, and experiences along the way create lasting memories, making it a quintessential Meghalayan adventure.

Overnight stay in Shillong

Transfer from Shillong to Guwahati Railway Station/Guwahati Airport

Embarking on the scenic journey from Shillong to Guwahati, the approximately 100-kilometer transfer unveils Meghalaya's lush landscapes. Departing from Shillong's picturesque hills, the road winds through quaint villages, offering glimpses of the Umiam Lake's serene beauty. En route, consider stopping at Ward's Lake or the Christian Cathedral for a final embrace of Shillong's cultural allure. As Guwahati approaches, the mighty Brahmaputra River emerges, marking the gateway to Assam's vibrant city. The transfer seamlessly transitions from Meghalaya's tranquil hills to Guwahati's dynamic blend of commerce, culture, and spirituality, creating a captivating journey through Northeast India's diverse landscapes.


How can i get to Sikkim?

You can fly to Bagdogra Airport in Siliguri(WB), then take the taxi to Gangtok. Alternatively, you can take the train to New Jalpaiguri then take the taxi to Gangtok.

Where are the best pilgrimage sites in Sikkim?

There are many religious places in Sikkim which are sacred sites for people from all faiths and religions. Some of the most famous religious places in Sikkim include Gahesh Tok, Siddheshwara Dham and numerous places of worship across faiths throughout the state.

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