Bhalukpong (1N) | Dirang (1N) | Tawang (2N) | Bomdila (1N) | Kaziranga National Park (2N) | Shillong (3N) | Guwahati (2N)
After early breakfast, drive to Dirang. On the way, visit Tipi Orchidarium. On arrival check in to the hotel. In the afternoon, visit Apple & Kiwi Garden (depending upon season), Dirang Monastery, Kalachakra Monastery and Dirang Hot Water Springs.
Overnight at Dirang.
Note: Every Indian tourist visiting Arunachal Pradesh has to obtain ILP (Inner Line Permit) at Bhalukpong border before entering the state against submission of photo identity card and two copies of passport size photographs.
Explore the hot springs of Dirang, as you move towards Tawang. The hot spring which is said to be a holy place is rich in sulfur content and is known to have great medicinal properties. There is a facility to have a bath in the hot spring which can have a magical effect on a journey tired body.
Tipi is known for its orchid farms! The town has the third largest orchidarium in Asia and it is one of the must-visit places in Arunachal Pradesh. The orchid glass house has a display gallery with a central pond with fountain and about 1000 species of orchids in pots and hanging baskets. About 10,000 orchid plants belonging to various genera and species are cultivated in four distinct species houses that also ensures ex-situ conservation. Take in the beauty of Orchid flowers with unusual shapes, vivid colors, and delicate fragrances.
After an early breakfast, head to Tawang. On the way, visit Sela Pass, Sela Lake, Jaswantgarh War Memorial, and Nuranang Fall. Upon arrival, check in to the hotel. Spend the evening at leisure.
Overnight at Tawang.
Experience the divine beauty of Sela Lake! Nestled around the Sela Pass, the lake is situated at an elevation above 13,000 feet. Sela Lake or The Paradise Lake is one of the most picture-perfect places in Arunachal Pradesh. When the lake freezes in winters, it is the most beautiful sight to see in Dirang.
Jaswantgarh War Memorial is one of the most visited places in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh. This memorial is garland in honor of late Jaswant Singh Rawat. He was an Indian rifleman of 4 Garhwal Rifles, Uttarakhand and for his bravery Jaswant Rawat was honored by a memorial at the post where he fought the Chinese army. At the elevation of 10,000 feet, this intriguing temple-like structure is dotted with the camouflage pattern all over the memorial. It should be on your list of must-visit places in Tawang.
One of the most spectacular sights in Arunachal Pradesh, Nuranang Falls's serene surroundings and the beauty of the place make it the best spots for nature and photography enthusiast. Also known as the Bong Falls, it is located at an elevation of 6,000 feet. If you looking for a place to spend some quality time amidst the tranquillity of nature then this is the place for you.
After breakfast, visit Tawang Monastery, Urgelling Gompa and Tawang War Memorial. Spend the evening at leisure.
Overnight at Tawang.
Tawang Monastery will captivate you with its beauty and alluring vistas. One of the largest in India and the second largest in the world, Tawang Monastery is a 400-year-old Buddhist Temple offering charming views and the stunning interiors with a high golden statue of Lord Buddha is a must visit in Tawang.
Urgelling Gompa is said to be the birthplace of the 6th Dalai Lama, Tsangyang Tashi and hence of the most popular tourist attractions in Tawang. The modest but vibrant monastery is covered beautifully by an old tree with a lot of history and traditions to it. This hidden gem should be on your list of top places when in Tawang.
After breakfast, transfer to Bomdila. On arrival check in to the hotel. Later, visit Bomdila Monastery.
Overnight at Bomdila.
Bomdila is a quaint town which offers you the unique culture and tradition of Arunachal Pradesh. Fall in love with the stunning Himalayan vistas at 8,000 feet from the alluring Bomdila Monastery. The amazing weather, the flourishing apple orchards and the fluttering prayer flags, Bomdila Monastery is a must visit places in Arunachal Pradesh.
Early morning, head for an elephant safari to one of the zones of Kaziranga National Park. Return to hotel for breakfast. Later, head for a jeep safari.
Overnight at Kaziranga.
A UNESCO world heritage site since 1985, Kaziranga National Park is renowned for having the largest population in the world of the majestic one-horned Rhinos. Nestled around the gushing Brahmaputra River, this national park is all about vast grasslands, swamps, and lush jungles. With about 40 major mammals like wild elephants, tiger, buffaloes, gaur, monkeys, deer, otters, badgers, leopards, and wild boar, Kaziranga National Park is a must-places for the wildlife enthusiast. It’s a sight to see the flocks of thousands of migratory birds, from lands as far away as Siberia. Take a jeep or an elephant safari to explore the park at its best. Assamese cuisine is a must try around the town. Served with 20 different dishes, treat your taste buds with one of the best cuisines in North East India.
Elephant Safari is said to be the best ways to explore the Kaziranga National Park. The Safaris usually start early mornings and evenings. The best time would be to take an early morning one. It is one of the major attractions in the park as it is a perfect way to watch and explore Kaziranga from up close. The elephants take you to those parts of jungle where jeeps can’t go and they can get you the closest to the one-horned Rhinos.
Jeep Safari is one of the most adventurous and must-do activities in Kaziranga National Pak. The 4x4 will take you to the verdant and wild jungles of Kaziranga. If you want to catch the wildlife of Kaziranga National Park at its best then a jeep safari is a must do! Some of the popular animal species that can be spotted in the national park area are Great Indian One Horned Rhino, Pigmy Hog, Royal Bengal Tiger, wild elephants, Swamp Deer, Hispid Hare, Gangetic Dolphin, Wild Buffalo, Golden Langur, Hoolock Gibbon, Stump-tailed Macaque, and Pig-tailed Macaque.
After breakfast, head to Shillong. En-route, visit Umiam Lake. Arrive at Shillong and check-in to your hotel.
Overnight at Shillong.
An artificial treasure, Umiam Lake is a scenic reservoir crowned with dense coniferous forests and East Khasi Hills. Famous by the name of Badapani, it is formed by damming Umiam River. You can take a boat ride while admiring the landscapes around and indulge in adventure activities like kayaking, skiing, and scooting. If you are looking for alluring natural beauty with a touch of adventure in Shillong, then Umiam Lake is a must visit spot in the city.
After an early breakfast, drive to Cherrapunjee. Visit Nohkalikai Waterfalls and Mawsmai Caves. In the evening, return to Shillong. En route, visit Elephanta Falls and Shillong Peak.
Overnight at Shillong.
Shillong Peak, as the name suggests, is the highest peak in Shillong that offers breath-taking views of the city, the lush hills, and the Bangladesh Plains. Mostly bound by fog, Shillong Peak is surely one of the best tourist spots in the city. Climb up and take a look from the telescope, especially available for tourist and be mesmerized by the views.
The three-step waterfall located near the Shillong Peak is one of the most beautiful spots to admire the gushing waterfalls so close. Climb down a few steps and behold the sight of one the most gorgeous waterfalls in Shillong. This scenic three-tier cascading beauty is also called ‘Ka Kshaid Lai Pateng Khohsiew’ by the local people, which means ‘three-step waterfalls’. If you are around Shillong, a trip to Elephants Falls is a must.
Drive around 5kms from Cherrapunjee and find yourself admiring the world’s fourth highest waterfall, Nokalikai Falls. Descending from a height of about 1100 feet, the gushing waterfall is a breath-taking sight. It is listed among the must-visit places in Cherrapunjee for its alluring views of Bangladesh plains and the ever-beautiful waterfall.
Mawsmai is undoubtedly the top destinations in Cherrpunjee. This natural wonder will make you wonder about the surprises that nature has for you. The Jaintia Hills of Meghalaya has one of the longest natural cave systems in India. The 150m long cave is an excellent way to spend half a day with a little bit of adventure.
After early breakfast, drive to Mawlynnong, Living Root Bridge and Balancing Rock. Later, proceed to Dawki.
Overnight at Shillong.
Mawlynnong Living Root Bridge is undoubtedly one of the most scenic places in Shillong. The refreshing hike through the verdant forest will take to the ever-beautiful Living Root Bridge. The mind-blowing structure has grown over time and it is one of the marvels that can't be missed in Shillong. It is one of the unique spots in the world recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site.
There is nothing like a boat ride in Dawki River in Meghalaya! This little paradise tucked away on the borders of Bangladesh and India has recently gained a lot of vacationists. Nevertheless, it still is one of the offbeat places in Meghalaya. The major attraction is the boat ride on crystal-clear waters. It is also one of the major spots for camping trips by the river. The immense beauty of this greenish-blue river makes it a must-visit place in Meghalaya.
After breakfast, visit Don Bosco Museum, Ward’s Lake, Botanical Garden and Lady Hydari Park. Later, drive to Guwahati. En-route visit Elephanta falls and Shillong Peak. Arrive at Guwahati and check-in to the hotel. In the evening visit Kalakshetra.
Overnight at Guwahati.
Don Bosco Centre for Indigenous Culture is an amazing initiative taken to conserve North East India’s native culture and heritage. The museum has a collection of interesting information about the entire seven sisters of North- East India along with the exhibits like exclusive art galleries, handicrafts, ornamentation, photographs, and weapons used by tribes of Northeast. Don Bosco Museum is located along the Sacred Heart Church and is one of the must-visit places in Shillong.
Nestled at the center of the city, Ward’s Lake is a must-visit spot in Shillong. The refreshing lake encircled with lush gardens and verdant trees is the best place to spend the evening watching the dancing evening show. Take a break and head for a boat ride and enjoy the natural beauty of Ward’s Lake.
Lady Hydari Park is the best place to start your morning in Shillong. It was dedicated to the first lady of the province, Lady Hydari. The park comprises of a sprawling and manicured garden including beautiful rose beds and children’s play area. There is a mini zoo inside the park housing more than 73 species of birds and 100 species of reptiles.
After breakfast, visit Kamakhya Temple, Tirupati Balaji Temple, Navagraha Temple, Assam State Museum, State Zoo cum Botanical Garden, Regional Science Centre and Sukreswar Temple. In the afternoon can you opt for a tour of Golden sunset cruise on the Brahmaputra (At your own expense).
Overnight at Guwahati.
Kamakhya Temple is a popular pilgrimage site in India representing the female power of Shakti and celebrating a woman’s ability to conceive. According to Hindu myth, when the troubled Shiva scattered the pieces of this deceased wife Sati’s body across the realm, one of the pieces, Sati’s womb, fell on Nilachal Hill which is around 8km from Guwahati. The Kamakhya Temple was built to honor the deity Kamakhya. It is one the oldest of the 51 Shakti Pithas in India and one of the most visited tourist places in India. If you are in Guwahati then a visit to the Kamakhya Temple is worth it.
Explore the largest zoo in the North East region and one of the most popular attractions in Guwahati, Assam State Zoo and Botanical Garden is nestled in the Hengrabari Reserved Forest. Home to about 895 animals, birds, and reptiles and also home to several endangered species and rare animals and birds. The major attraction of the Zoo are One-Horned Rhino, Tiger, Clouded Leopard, Golden Langur, Hoolock Gibbon, Serow, Elephants, Brow-antlered deer, Slow Loris, Himalayan Black Bear, Leopard Cat, and Jungle Cat. The Botanical Garden of the premises is home to diverse species of herbs, plants, shrubs, and conifers. If you are looking to spend an amazing day around Guwahati, Assam State Zoo and Botanical Garden is a must-visit.
Nestled on the top of the Navagraha Hill in the east of Guwahati, Navagraha Temple is revered Hindu shrine dedicated to the nine celestial bodies. The fascinating old Shikhara style architecture is a sight to see! The temple is also a research center of both astrology and astronomy. The temple is famous for its religious implications and hence one of the most visited tourist places in Guwahati.
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