Day 1 : Guwahati to Kaziranga National Park
Day 2 : Kaziranga National Park Jungle Safari
Day 3 : Kaziranga to Shillong
Day 4 : Shillong to Cherrapunjee Waterfalls
Day 5 : Living Root Bridge Trek
Day 6 : Mawlynnong to Dawki to Indo Bangla Border
Day 7 : Shillong Local Sightseeing
Day 8 : Departure Day!
Meghalaya meaning “Abode of Clouds” in Sanskrit; is one of the seven Northeastern states of India, extremely famous for its subtropical forests and biodiversity, several waterfalls, etc. It is abutted by Assam in the northeast and Bangladesh from the south. Shillong the capital, also known as the Scotland of the east, is surrounded by spectacular lakes and lush green hills. Mawsynram, the wettest place on earth, and Mawlynnong, the cleanest village in India are also situated here. The region has a history of extraordinary craftsmanship, wood carving, and artistic weaving, especially in the Khasi and Jaintia districts. Some famous tourist attractions in the state are Dawki lake, Umiam lake, the Double decker living root bridge, Elephant falls, and Cherrapunji.
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|Triple Occupancy||24999 / Person|
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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.
Shillong is known as the Scotland of East also referred to as "The Adobe of the Clouds" for many reasons. Starting from the similarities of the landscapes and then the roads of Meghalaya. Then the culture of Shillong is bright and colorful just like Scottish people. Tribes take pride in their culture and don’t leave any stone unturned when it comes to celebrating it.
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.
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