Meghalaya 5N|6D

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Day 1 : Guwahati - Umiam Lake - Shillong

Welcome to Guwahati(Arrive by 2 pm). Meet your fellow backpackers as we make our way to Shillong. On the way, we stop for some gorgeous sunset views at Umaim lake. Yep, your first sunset in the North East has to be magical! After some hot tea and spiced pineapples at Umiam lake, we make our way to Shillong for an overnight stay. Freshen up and meet your fellow backpackers for a fun introductory session over some delicious home cooked local food at our cute little homestay.

Day 2 : Shillong - Cherrapunjee Waterfalls

After a hearty breakfast, we make our way to Cherrapunjee. Start your journey with a short trek to some gorgeous waterfalls - The Wei Sawdong falls . Later visit the fascination Mawsmai caves for an Indiana Jones vibe - with dim lights, fossil marks & narrow paths. After a quick lunch, we head to the tallest waterfall - the Noh Kalikai falls for some insta-worthy shots, tea & spicy pineapples. At night, we check in at our quaint little stay in Cherrpunjee to chill and have some dinner with bonfire.

Day 3 : Living Root Bridge Trek

Deep in the dense tropical forest of Meghalaya lies the living root bridge. Today we traverse through villages and forests to witness nature's creation that is the living root bridge. Meet with the locals and give yourselves a fish pedicure at the double decker bridge. Later we take a refreshing dip in the blue pools to relax those tired muscles. We can also trek further and visit the rainbow falls. After gorging on several bowls of maggi and lemonade, we trek back to the top. Return to the hotel in the evening for some warm dinner and rest.

Day 4 : Mawlynnong - Dawki

Today we proceed to visit the cleanest village in Asia - Mawlynnong. The village is extremely pretty with small streams & orchid trees. You can also interact with the locals to understand how they keep this place clean. Later we make our way to Dawki for some clear water feels and go to the Indo - Bangla Border as well. In the evening we return to Shillong for an overnight stay and some traditional local food.

Day 5 : Shillong

Today we explore the many charms of Shillong as we visit the Sacred Forest, Laitlum canyon, Elephant falls and Don Bosco museum. End the last night of the trip with a bang as we explore the nightlife and many cafes of Shillong and bond with your TNT crew over some booze, music and delectable local food. Buy souvenirs for your folks back home at Police bazaar as a reminder of this amazing trip.

Day 6 : Departure

Have a delicious breakfast and pack your bags as we say goodbye to the land of clouds - Meghalaya. With a heavy heart bid adieu to your friends as you make promises to keep in touch and catch up again soon! Drop off at Guwahati airport by 12 noon.


The abobe of clouds – Meghalaya is a backpackers paradise. From gushing waterfalls to adventurous caves, from lip smacking food to friendly locals, Meghalaya has it all. Hop onboard as we go caving, hiking, waterfalls chasing against the stunning backdrop of the hills. With a fun crew, numerous activities and nature around, what more can you ask for?

Guwahati to Guwahati
Land Package
Double Sharing 20999 / Person
Triple Occupancy 19999 / Person
Quod Sharing 19999 / Person
  • Accommodation at home stays/lodges/camp tents on double/triple/quad sharing basis.

  • 5 breakfast, 4 dinners

  • Pick up from Guwahati airport (Arrival before 1400 hours)

  • Travel by coach with driver

  • Visit to Umiam Lake
  • Visit to Sacred Forest and exploring Shillong
  • Visit to Laitlum canyon Caving in Meghalaya and chasing the waterfalls Living Root Bridge Trek + Visit to Blue Pools
  • Visit to the cleanest village of Asia - Mawlynnong
  • Visit to Krangshuri falls
  • Visit to Noh Kalikai falls, Wei Sawdong falls,Mawsmai caves,
  • Services of a Tour Buddy.


  • Airfares and Insurance
  • Meals not mentioned above
  • Other activities not mentioned above
  • Entrance fees (Approx INR 300 to 350 per person in total for all the places as per the itinerary - payable directly)
  • Personal expenses Anything not specifically mentioned under "inclusions"
Things to Know
Things to Know
  • Rucksack (60 Liters+) Daypack Backpack Rain Cover Suncap Woolen Cap UV Protected Sunglasses Inner Thermals (2 pairs) Comfortable Pants (Prefer Cargo/Trek Pants ) Fleece Jacket Warm Jacket Down Jacket /Main Jacket Raincoat/Poncho Gloves Socks (2 Woolen/2 Cotton) Undergarments Slippers Sturdy Comfortable Shoes Towels First Aid Kit Personal Medication Torch Water Bottle Power Bank Mobile Charger/Travel Charger Hand Sanitizer Toiletries Cold Cream Lip Guard Deodorant Sun
  • Lip Guard
  • Cold Cream
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Toiletries
  • Mobile Charger/Travel Charger
  • Power Bank
  • Water Bottle
  • Torch
  • Personal Medication
  • First Aid Kit
  • Slippers
  • Undergarments
  • Raincoat/Poncho
  • Mosquito & insect repellent
  • Hiking shoes
  • Fleece jackets and thermals
  • Extra pair of socks
  • Back pack (50-60l)
  • Toilet paper & wipes
  • Caps
  • Warm clothes

Meghalaya has good network coverage throughout except for a few remote places. At all our stays you will get signals with a good 4G coverage. JIO has better coverage

We do not recommend anyone to bring a trolley bag as it takes a lot of space. And from the parking place to your room you need to carry your own luggage so it won’t be convenient with trolley bags.

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.

The main festivals celebrated in Meghalaya are Garo wangala festival, Shad Suk, Mynsiem, and Nongkrem Dance are the major festivals in Meghalaya. Wangala Festival of Meghalaya is the most popular festival among the Garos of Meghalaya, India. Wangala Festival is a harvest festival held in honor of Saljong, the Sun-god of fertility. The celebration of the Wangala Festival marks the end of a period of toil, which brings good output to the fields.

The best time to visit Meghalaya is from November to February. These are the months that have the most beautiful weather with neither extreme winters nor heavy rainfalls. You will be able to experience all the activities and adventures to the fullest. But if you want to visit in summer then you can opt for April Month till June. Even though the afternoons can be toasty, travelers can still experience some lively festivals during the summer season.

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