Guwahati - Shillong - Cherapunjee - Nameri -
Kaziranga - Sangsua / Gatoonga - Guwahati
Duration: 11 Days/ 10 Nights
Guwahati Airport - Shillong (125 kilometres / 4 hours)
Welcome to Guwahati! Our tour representative meets you at the airport and takes you to the "Scotland of the East" - Shillong! Enroute visit the famous Umiam Lake which is encircled by sylvan hills and luscious grasslands. After check-in to the hotel, the tourists can visit the local market.
Overnight stay at the hotel.
After breakfast, proceed to the various tourist attractions in Shillong including Don Bosco Monument, Ward's Lake, Botanical Garden, and Lady Hydri Park. You can carry out your own leisure activities in the evening. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Shillong - Cherrapunjee (56 kilometres / 90 minutes)
Gear up for an exciting day as you enjoy the delicious breakfast and head to the wettest place on Earth - Cherrapunjee. The drive to Cherrapunjee allows you to delve into the serenity and beauty of the surrounding hills and the waterfalls. The famous Nohsngithiang Falls and Nohkalikai Falls are situated in Cherrapunjee. One can enjoy breathtaking views in the caves around Elephanta Falls and Shillong peaks.
The tourists can choose to stay at Cherrapunjee or return to Shillong.
Shillong - Nameri National Park (316 kilometres / 6 hours drive)
After breakfast, the tourists are taken to Nameri National Park, which is famous for protecting White Winged Wood-Ducks, Great Pied Hornbills, elephants, tigers, clouded leopards, pygmy hogs, Indian wild bisons, and many more.
Overnight stay at an eco camp.
Nameri National Park - Kaziranga National Park (71 kilometres / 2 hours drive)
Go for a rejuvenating walk in the park early in the morning, and later proceed to experience fun and excitement through river rafting in the sparkling Jia Bhoroli river. Post lunch, proceed to Kaziranga National Park, a world heritage site which is renowned for hosting two-thirds of the world's one-horned rhinoceroses. The park also houses about 70% of the world population of the Eastern Swamp Deer and 75% of the world's wild Asiatic water buffalo.
Overnight stay at an eco-camp.
Early morning, the tourists can go on elephant safaris and explore the western zone of Kaziranga National Park. The park is also recognised as an Important Bird Area by Birdlife International. With more than 500 species of birds in the park, Kaziranga does offer bird lovers to indulge in activities like birdwatching and more.
In the afternoon, go on a jeep safari towards the central zone of the national park. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Kaziranga National Park - Sangsua/Gatoonga Tea Garden (75 kilometres /2 hours drive)
After breakfast, the tourists head to Sangsua/Gatoonga Tea Garden, situated about 75 kilometres away, near Jorhat. The rest of the day is free for the tourists for their own leisure activities. The tourists can learn the art and science of tea plucking and processing. The tea plantations in Assam spreads across hectares of land and is a beautiful sight to witness.
Overnight stay in Sangsua/Gatoonga.
Sangsua/Gatoonga - Majuli Island (a Short drive & 90 min. Ferry) - Sangsua/Gatoonga
After an early morning breakfast, the tourists head for a long excursion to Majuli Island. Being the largest river island in the world, Majuli is also known for being the centre of Assam's Vaishnavite form of Hinduism. The tourists can explore and witness the lives led by the monks in the monasteries called as sattras.
Overnight stay at Sangsua/Gatoonga.
Sangsua/Gatoonga -Guwahati (290 kilometres / 6 hours drive)
The tourists proceed to Guwahati, which is about 290 kilometres away. After check-in to the hotel, the tourists are free for their own leisure activities.
Overnight stay at a hotel in Guwahati.
A full day of sightseeing is arranged for the guests including Sualkuchi silk village, Madan Kamdev archaeological ruins, Kamakhya temple, and so on. Overnight stay in Guwahati.
Guwahati Airport/Railway Station Transfer
The guests are transferred to Guwahati Airport/Railway Station Transfer for their onward journey.