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Manipur-Nagaland-Assam-Arunachal Pradesh-Meghalaya (13 Nights-14 Days)


Day 01: Arrival Imphal

Arrival Imphal Check In Hotel. Visit Kangla Fort, Khwairamband Keithel or Ima Market (Women Local Market) and Govindaji Temple. SHRI SHRI GOVINDAJEE TEMPLE – is an elegant Vaishnavite shrine located in Imphal, the capit

al city of Manipur. It stands adjacent to the palace of the former rulers of the state. The temple was built in the early 18th century by Rajarishi Bhagyachandra. It has a beautiful image of Lord Vishnu, which is flanked by the idols of Lord Balram and Lord Krishna. Shri Govindajee Temple is simple in its architecture. It has two golden domes, a paved courtyard and a large raised congregation hall O/N hotel at Imphal.

Day 02: Keibul Lamjao National Park and Loktak Lake

After B/fast Excursion to Loktak Lake, Sendra Island 48kms. Visit 1) KEIBUL LAMJAO NATIONAL PARK (one and only floating national park in the world where the endangered dancing deer – Sangai is found), 2) LOKATK LAKE (largest fresh water lake in north east), 3) INA MEMORIAL (Indian tri color flag was first hoisted here by INA at Moirang) 4) Sendra Park and view point. O/N Hotel at Imphal.

Day 03: Imphal to Kohima

After breakfast transfer to Kohima. It is 5 hrs journey to reach Kohima. Night stay at Kohima/Kisama.

Day 04: Kohima – Kaziranga

Post breakfast, we will visit Kisama, the Naga heritage village. The famous Hornbill Festival is held in Kisama, every year in the first week of December. Later drive to Kaziranga, the Rhinos Country. The drive from Guwahati will take a minimum 05 hrs. Upon arrival at Kaziranga, we will check into the wildlife resort.

After freshening up you can go on a guided tour through the forest near your accommodation along the river bank. You can also visit the tea garden and rubber plantation. Later return to the resort for overnight stay.

Day 05: Kaziranga

Get up early for elephant safari into the forest. Our representative will take you to the elephant riding point by jeep. Here we will be carried through the tall grass. Meanwhile the morning mists will slowly lift leading to an experience that one cannot forget easily. The elephant safari is the best means for wildlife viewing as the wild animals are not afraid of the elephants and it is possible to observe them from very close.

Return to the resort for breakfast. After breakfast, we will go for a jeep safari in the national park for wildlife viewing in the central zone.

Later return to the resort to unwind yourself and have lunch. After lunch we will go on our second jeep safari of the day, this time we will visit the Western zone of the national park. One can also spend some time at the Donga view point, situated in western zone. Return to the resort for overnight stay.

Day 06: Kaziranga – Dirang

In the morning have an early breakfast and embark on a road journey to Dirang, with the greeting of breathtaking valleys and misty rivers. Check in at hotel and stay overnight.

Day 07: Dirang – Tawang

After breakfast, visit Kalachkhra Gompa also known as Dirang Monastery. Visit kiwi and apple orchard, which is a common tourist attraction. Then move on to Dirang Dzong (fort) which is 150 years old and very beautifully build structure. Later drive Tawang, through Sela-Pass which is world second highest motorable road, at an altitude of 13,700ft. On the way stop by Jaswant Ghar, a mandir-cum-memorial of a great Indian soldier and Nuranang Fall a beautiful waterfall. Afterwards check in at hotel in Tawang and stay overnight.

Day 08: Tawang

This morning starts with a tasty breakfast. Post that drive to a high altitude lake called as Shonga-tser Lake, popularly known as Madhuri Lake. Enjoy some Maggie and Momos in this area while watching war bunkers around.

Drive further to Bumla Pass which is located about 37 km away from Tawang. During return, take a photo stop at the beautiful PTSO lake enroute. Drive back to the hotel in the afternoon. Overnight stay at Tawang.

Day 09: Tawang – Dirang

After breakfast, have a holly visit to Tawang Monastery, which is India's largest and Asia's second largest Monastery. It is about 350 years old, made in 17th century; it has a mesmerising beauty with age old architecture and traditional art forms. Witness spectacular snow-peaked mountain and a panoramic view of the scenic surrounding. Then we move on to Tawang War Memorial, build in memory of great Indian soldiers who lost their lives in 1962 Sino-Indian war. In the evening shop for local items and take home as an token of memory from Craft Centre Emporium and then enjoy light and sound show about 1962 war. Later drive to Dirang. Overnight in Dirang.

Day 10: Dirang – Shillong

After breakfast leave for Shillong en route visit Umiam Lake a majestic placid lake with its surrounding sylvan hills. Check into the hotel. Overnight stay in Shillong.

Day 11: Mawlynnong Village - Dawki River - Cherrapunjee

Post breakfast; proceed towards Mawlynnong Village, the cleanest village in Asia. Mawlynnong, a picturesque village located in East Khasi Hills along the India-Bangladesh border. d as the cleanest village in Asia by Discover India magazine in 2003, the modestly existing Mawlynnong has alternatively been known as 'God's own garden' too. Go for a short trek of the village and see the Khasi way of life and meet the locals. You can visit Balancing Rock, Sky Walk, Bangladesh View point and the longest Living Root Bridge.

Later visit - Dawki and river Umgnot, with pictures of crystal clear waters popular in the social media. You can have a bath over here, enjoy local boating. On the way to Dawki you can enjoy the view of Borhill Falls and Kyram Falls. Single Decker Bridge - Right at the midway while going downhill, you’ll get a different path, indicating the route towards Single Decker Living Root Bridge. Shnongpdeng Village is located in Jaintia Hill district near Dawki in the state of Meghalaya, India. Umngot River passes by the village which makes it an attractive place to visit. The water of the river is absolutely crystal clear & one can easily see the bottom of the river. Boating, Cliff jumping, zip lining, scuba diving are available. Overnight Stay at Hotel in Cherrapunjee.

Day 12: Cherrapunjee

Check out from the hotel after breakfast and drive in. Your chauffeur is ready to take you to the amazing and wettest place of India, which is Cherrapunjee – you must have read about this place in school and now is the chance to experience and explore the wettest place of India. Enrooted enjoy the most scenic locations and capture them because they are memories which will keep you mesmerized years on years. On the way, we will see several waterfalls, limestone caves. Nohkalikai Falls: At a height of 1115 feet, the Nohkalikai falls are the tallest plunge waterfall in India. Be dazzled by the beauty of this scenic force as you cherish this rare moment. Seven Sisters Falls: Located south of the Mawsmai village, the Seven Sisters Falls is a vibrant spectacle. The fall at a height of 1033 feet plunges over the top of limestone cliffs of the Khasi Hills, but only during the rainy season. Mawsmai cave: A major northeast tourist attraction, the Mawsmai cave is flocked by tourists throughout the year. Visit these surreal limestone constructions for a holistic holiday experience. Arwah cave: The Arwah Cave in Cherrapunjee is a magnificent spot for all nature lovers. One can spot a diverse range of flora and fauna amidst these limestone stacks. After that, return to the hotel. Overnight stay in Shillong.

Day 13: Cherrapunjee - Shillong – Guwahati

Post breakfast completes the checkout formalities and drives towards Guwahati via Shillong. Local sightseeing of Shillong, we will visit Ward’s Lake, Botanical Garden, Lady Hydari Park, The State Museum, Elephant Falls & Shillong Peak.

Drive to Guwahati after sightseeing in Shillong. After arrival in Guwahati, check in to the respective hotel and relax. Evening we can go for Brahmaputra River Cruise. Overnight stay in Guwahati.

Day 14: Departure

After breakfast, get started for the day. Visit Kamakya Devi Temple. Later transfer to Guwahati Airport/ Railway Station for your onward journey

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