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Shillong,famously known as the Scotland of the East, Shillong the capital city of Meghalaya stands at an altitude of 4908 feet above sea level. The British were so moved by the magnificent beauty of this place that they set it as a Capital city of Eastern Bengal and Assam. Shillong enjoys a serene, pleasant atmosphere with its beautiful lakes, lush green mountains, pine forests and exotic orchids, cascading waterfalls which combine together to make it a finest hill station of north east.
Guwahati - Shillong (100 kms, 3 hrs drive)
Shillong - Cherrapunji - Shillong (60 kms one way, 1 & 1/2 hrs drive)
Shillong - Mawlynnong - Shillong (78 kms one way, 2 hrs drive).
Shillong - Guwahati depart (100 kms, 2 hrs drive)
Meet upon arrival at Guwahati Airport / Railway Station. Guwahati, the city of Eastern light stands on the southern bank of the mighty river Brahmaputra. It is the capital city of Assam and the gateway to the entire north-eastern states. Take transfer to Shillong. Famously known as the Scotland of the East, Shillong the capital city of Meghalaya stands at an altitude of 4908 feet above sea level.
The British were so moved by the magnificent beauty of this place that they set it as a Capital city of Eastern Bengal and Assam. Shillong enjoys a serene, pleasant atmosphere with its beautiful lakes, lush green mountains, pine forests and exotic orchids, cascading waterfalls which combine together to make it a finest hill station of north east.
Cherrapunji in Meghalaya is credited to be the home place of the rain capital of the world, Cherrapunji. Commonly known as Sohra, a trip to this magnificent place enveloped in gushing waterfalls, beautiful valleys, running streams and rivers, unexplored caves creates an everlasting impression in the explorers mind. The maximum rainfall months are from March to October with an average annual rainfall of about 12,000 mm a year. This place is designated to possess rich tropical vegetation with an eco-friendly atmosphere. A hub of the Khasi culture, it is also famous for orange groves and honey.
Mawlynnong Village, popularly known as Gods Own Garden, Mawlynnong Village is famously renowned as the cleanest village in the entire Indian subcontinent. The Discover India, a travel magazine acclaimed the village as the cleanest in Asia in 2003 and the cleanest in India in 2005. The inhabitants are fully concerned about maintaining the cleanliness of the village. For this purpose, the wastes are disposed of in cane basket bins named Thapa, placed in every corner of the village. These are gathered in a particular place and later decomposed and used as manure for agriculture. Provision for rainwater harvesting is present in every household.
Undisturbed by the hustle and bustle of city life, the conscious villagers preach the motto of conservation and protection of nature. Living Root Bridge, Balancing Rock are major attractions in Mawlynnong
If time permits, visit in Guwahati - Kamakhya Temple, Srimanta Sankardev Kalakshetra. Later, transfer to Guwahati Airport / Railway Station for your onward destination.
Transport (Guwahati to Guwahati)
Stay on twin/ double sharing
Meal as per plan
Sightseeing as per mentioned in the Itinerary
Any other meal apart from mentioned in the Itinerary
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No refund of booking amount to be provided if customer cancels the booking 10 days prior to departure date.
50% refund if done between 11-20 days prior to schedule departure.
90% refund if done between 21-90 days prior to schedule departure.
100% refund if cancelled 90+ days prior to schedule departure date.