Assam Meghalaya

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Operator Razalpat

Outline

Guwahati - umiam lake - elephant falls - museum - wards lake - police bazar - shillong peak - nongriat falls - rainbow falls - mawkdok valley - arwah caves - wai sawdong - living roots - wahkaba alls - naukalikhai waterfalls - shnongpdeng - snorkelling - kayaking - boating - kaziranga - jeep jungle safari - elephant safari - orchid park - cultural program - guwahati drop

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Batch No
Operator Razalpat
Destination Assam Meghalaya
Duration 8
reporting Guwahati
end_point Guwahati
Food Breakfast, Unlimited, Jain Available
ideal_time Sep to April
Weather Cold, Very Cold, Rainy, Windy, Dry, Humid
Suitability Beginners, Experienced, Family, Couple(s)
min_age 6
accommodation Standard, Deluxe
itinerary
Arrival at Guwahati – Drive to Shillong
  • Umiam lake

Night at Shillong

Shillong local sightseeing
  • Elephant falls
  • Donbosco museum
  • Ward's lake
  • Police bazar
  • Shillong peak (if accessible)

Night at Shillong

Shillong - Cherrapunji
  • Nongriat falls
  • Rainbow falls
  • Mawkdok valley
  • Arwah caves
  • Wai Sawdong
Cherrapunji local sights 
  • Living root bridge trek
  • Naukalikhai waterfalls
  • Wahkaba falls*
Cherrapunji - Mawlynnong - Dawki - Shillong 
  • Shnongpdeng (water sports activities in Dawki/Umngot river)
  • Mawlynnong
  • Bangladesh view point
Shillong to Kaziranga

Long drive today. We do the sights on the way if we missed something while traveling from Guwahati to Shillong earlier

Cherrapunji - Mawlynnong - Dawki - Shillong 
  • Morning Elephant safari
  • Afternoon jeep safari
  • Orchid park
  • Cultural Program
Kaziranga to Guwahati Airport drop

Depending on time at hand, we can have a short stop at Guwahati for kamakhya devi temple or ropeway. Head for airport from there as its still couple of hours away from Guwahati city. We end the trip with beautiful memories of magnificent flora and fauna along with unique landscape of North Eastern states of India

things_to_carry
  • Warm clothes, gloves, good warm sweaters, jackets, inner thermal wear
  • Windcheater/Raincoat, cap, sunglasses, towel, napkin, sanitary requisites
  • small shoulder bag/backpack/day pack
  • Non disposable water bottle (at least 1 litre), Torch, Spare batteries for torch, Shoes,
  • Flip flops, Camera (optional), Dry snacks and munching, energy bars
  • Sun cream, cold cream, moisturizers
  • Personal medicines if any
  • Smiling face and positive attitude
things_not_to_carry

This one is VERY important. Here's the list

  • Alcohol, smoke, Pan-gutka, Tobaco
  • Wireless, Valuables and Jewelry (unless you can take care of yourself and you are responsible for it if you bring)
  • Paper plates, Plastic disposable water bottles and other cutlery items
  • Negative attitude and fear
inclusion
  • Accommodation standard category hotels/guest house 
  • Meals - As mentioned above at Accommodation (simple, veg, locally available and freshly cooked)
  • Transport Tourist vehicle depending on your group size (vehicle like xylo/innova - Bolero/Sumo in North Sikkim)
    • Reliable experienced local resident driver cum guide with intense knowledge of area, terrain, people and culture
    • Driver charges, Driver accommodation, fuel, inter-state toll, Parking charges during the journey
    • Transfers as specified in itinerary and vehicle on non-disposal basis
exclusion
  • Travel ticket charges from home to Reporting point AND End point to home ie Flight, train, bus etc..
  • Add-on charges to Yumthang valley - zero point, Singshore Suspension Bridge in Pelling at actuals directly payable to the driver.
  • Meals other than specified (First day Breakfast and last day dinner, meals at Kaza and Manali(to cherish delicacies at the cafes) , all lunches - as they will be on the way to sights at Dhaba/restaurants)
  • Camera fees, Monument entry charges, Rafting or other activities, Personal expenses, optional tours
  • Room Service Fees, porterage charges, tips, phone calls, laundry, shopping or other personal costs
  • Medical, Travel insurance
  • Cost arise due to any emergency, weather instability or political unrest or such unpredictable and uncontrollable situations
  • Additional usage of vehicles to the sights not mentioned in the itinerary, market visits etc
  • Any charges that are not mentioned in inclusions
advisory

Consult your family physician before visiting Himalayan High-altitude region, get some idea about your fitness and take their advice seriously to improve fitness level for this region.

Many Travel operators suggest some medicines to help your body adapt / acclimatize on such altitudes but some contents of the medicine may or may not be suitable for your body and result in allergic reaction, a situation none of us want to go through.

While all the above-mentioned locations are covered during the trip, weather conditions and prevailing circumstances may always influence the order of the above-mentioned route. With over a decade of us operating in this remote region, and with our trips remaining as organic and responsive to the vagaries of nature as possible, our itineraries remain flexible and adaptive.

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suitability

Beginners, Experienced, Family, Couple(s)

location

Assam Meghalaya

duration

8 Days

min age

6 Years

weather

Cold, Very Cold, Rainy, Windy, Dry, Humid

ideal time

Sep to April

reporting

Guwahati

end point

Guwahati

food

Breakfast, Unlimited, Jain Available

Accommodation types

Standard, Deluxe

Things To Carry:

  • Warm clothes, gloves, good warm sweaters, jackets, inner thermal wear
  • Windcheater/Raincoat, cap, sunglasses, towel, napkin, sanitary requisites
  • small shoulder bag/backpack/day pack
  • Non disposable water bottle (at least 1 litre), Torch, Spare batteries for torch, Shoes,
  • Flip flops, Camera (optional), Dry snacks and munching, energy bars
  • Sun cream, cold cream, moisturizers
  • Personal medicines if any
  • Smiling face and positive attitude

Things NOT To Carry:

This one is VERY important. Here's the list

  • Alcohol, smoke, Pan-gutka, Tobaco
  • Wireless, Valuables and Jewelry (unless you can take care of yourself and you are responsible for it if you bring)
  • Paper plates, Plastic disposable water bottles and other cutlery items
  • Negative attitude and fear

Itinerary:

Arrival at Guwahati – Drive to Shillong
  • Umiam lake

Night at Shillong

Shillong local sightseeing
  • Elephant falls
  • Donbosco museum
  • Ward's lake
  • Police bazar
  • Shillong peak (if accessible)

Night at Shillong

Shillong - Cherrapunji
  • Nongriat falls
  • Rainbow falls
  • Mawkdok valley
  • Arwah caves
  • Wai Sawdong
Cherrapunji local sights 
  • Living root bridge trek
  • Naukalikhai waterfalls
  • Wahkaba falls*
Cherrapunji - Mawlynnong - Dawki - Shillong 
  • Shnongpdeng (water sports activities in Dawki/Umngot river)
  • Mawlynnong
  • Bangladesh view point
Shillong to Kaziranga

Long drive today. We do the sights on the way if we missed something while traveling from Guwahati to Shillong earlier

Cherrapunji - Mawlynnong - Dawki - Shillong 
  • Morning Elephant safari
  • Afternoon jeep safari
  • Orchid park
  • Cultural Program
Kaziranga to Guwahati Airport drop

Depending on time at hand, we can have a short stop at Guwahati for kamakhya devi temple or ropeway. Head for airport from there as its still couple of hours away from Guwahati city. We end the trip with beautiful memories of magnificent flora and fauna along with unique landscape of North Eastern states of India

Inclusion:

  • Accommodation standard category hotels/guest house 
  • Meals - As mentioned above at Accommodation (simple, veg, locally available and freshly cooked)
  • Transport Tourist vehicle depending on your group size (vehicle like xylo/innova - Bolero/Sumo in North Sikkim)
    • Reliable experienced local resident driver cum guide with intense knowledge of area, terrain, people and culture
    • Driver charges, Driver accommodation, fuel, inter-state toll, Parking charges during the journey
    • Transfers as specified in itinerary and vehicle on non-disposal basis

Exclusion:

  • Travel ticket charges from home to Reporting point AND End point to home ie Flight, train, bus etc..
  • Add-on charges to Yumthang valley - zero point, Singshore Suspension Bridge in Pelling at actuals directly payable to the driver.
  • Meals other than specified (First day Breakfast and last day dinner, meals at Kaza and Manali(to cherish delicacies at the cafes) , all lunches - as they will be on the way to sights at Dhaba/restaurants)
  • Camera fees, Monument entry charges, Rafting or other activities, Personal expenses, optional tours
  • Room Service Fees, porterage charges, tips, phone calls, laundry, shopping or other personal costs
  • Medical, Travel insurance
  • Cost arise due to any emergency, weather instability or political unrest or such unpredictable and uncontrollable situations
  • Additional usage of vehicles to the sights not mentioned in the itinerary, market visits etc
  • Any charges that are not mentioned in inclusions

Advisory:

Consult your family physician before visiting Himalayan High-altitude region, get some idea about your fitness and take their advice seriously to improve fitness level for this region.

Many Travel operators suggest some medicines to help your body adapt / acclimatize on such altitudes but some contents of the medicine may or may not be suitable for your body and result in allergic reaction, a situation none of us want to go through.

While all the above-mentioned locations are covered during the trip, weather conditions and prevailing circumstances may always influence the order of the above-mentioned route. With over a decade of us operating in this remote region, and with our trips remaining as organic and responsive to the vagaries of nature as possible, our itineraries remain flexible and adaptive.

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