Guwahati - Shillong(2) - Bhalukpong(1) - Dirang(1) - Tawang(2) - Bomdila(1) - Kaziranga(2) - Guwahati(1)
Day-1 Arrive at Guwahati and Proceed to Shillong Arrive at Guwahati and proceed to Shillong (130 kms - 3 hrs). Enroute visit Umiam Lake. If time permits visit Cathedral of Marry and Ward’s Lake. Evening take a walk at Police Bazaar for shopping
Day-2 Day Excursion to Cherrapunjee Drive to Cherrapunjee, the wettest place on the earth, for an awesome day trip. En route visit the famous Elephant Falls and Shillong Peak - to enjoy a bird’s eye view of Shillong city. At Sohra, stop at the Duwan Sing Syiem view point for mesmerizing views of the Hills. In Cherrapunjee be witness to the gorgeous Seven Sisters Falls and Nohkalikai Falls. Later take a soft cave walk inside the Mawsmai Cave. The limestone cave is a natural wonder with innumerable formations inside it. After lunch at Cherrapunjee, visit Thankarang Park. Drive back to Shillong.
Day-3 Shillong to Bhalukpong Transfer to Bhalukpong (350 kms - 7 hours), a town on the Assam – Arunachal Pradesh border & overnight stay
Day-4 Bhalukpong to Dirang Drive to Dirang (4910 ft - 185 kms - 7 hours). Enroute visit Tippi Orchid Centre. Arunachal, the ‘Orchid Paradise’ is famed to have the largest variety of orchids in India. The Orchidarium at Tipi shelters 500 or more varieties of orchids which are available in various parts of Arunachal Pradesh. It is a premier Institute of excellence in orchid research and development, under the State Forest Research Institute (Department of Environment and Forests , Arunachal Pradesh).
Day-5 Dirang to Tawang Drive to Tawang (10,000 ft - 155 kms / 6 hours). En route witness the unique Dirang Valley famous for its monasteries, hot Springs, Apple & kiwi Orchards, sheep breeding farms & charming valleys. Also witness the snowcapped Sella Pass at 13700 ft, the Jaswant Garh War Memorial and Jung Falls. Overnight in Tawang
Day-6 Day at Tawang The Tawang Monastery, also known as the “GALDEN NAMGYEL LHATSE” is one of the largest Lamaseries of Mahayana sect in Asia and is the largest of its kind in India. The Monastery is 400 year old and is adorned with the 18 feet high statue of Lord Buddha. It stands at 10,000 feet amidst the exotic Himalayan ranges and overlooks the Tawang-Chu valley. The Urgelling Monastery is located 5 km from Tawang city, and is the birth place of the 6th Dalai Lama, born in the 17th century. Later visit the War Memorial commemorating the bravery of the Indian heroes of the Indo-China war of 1962. Witness the light & sound show in the evening. Overnight in Tawang.
Day-7 Tawang - Bomdila Morning drive back to Bomdila. At a height of 8OOO ft (180 kms - 6 hours)., Bomdila is a small town famous for its Buddhists monasteries, magnificent valleys and Himalayan landscapes.
Day-8 Bomdila - Kaziranga Drive to Kaziranga and reach by evening (270 kms - 7.5 hours)
Day-9 Morning Elephant Ride and Central Zone Safari Early morning elephant ride in central range. Follow it up with Central Zone Safari. With Kohora as the entry point, the Central Range covers the Daglang and Foliomari area. Later enjoy Local Village & Tea Garden (Outer View) tour.
Day-10 Proceed to Guwhati drive to Guwahati (200 kms - 5 hours). ‘The light of the East’ is the commercial capital of North East lying adjacent to the shores of the turbulent Brahmaputra. Afternoon visit Kamakhya Temple.
Day-11 Departure Depart to Guwahati for onward journey
Shillong - Shillong is the capital of Meghalaya, one of the states bordering Assam and home to a lot of British-era plantation bungalows and stunning scenic beauty.
Bhalukpong - Bhalukpong is a transit option for the guest to stay on Guwahati - Tawang route.
Dirang - Dirang is a getaway in West Kameng district with apple orchards and sheep breeding farms. Its a transit option for guests on the Bomdila - Tawang route.
Tawang - Tawang is home to the world famous “Tawang Ganden Namgyal Lhatse”, popularly known as Tawang monastery
Bomdila - Bomdila is lies enroute to Tawang and guests stay here for a night before moving onwards to Tawang.
Kaziranga - Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985, Kaziranga is internationally renowned for its one - horned rhinoceros population and one of the best national parks in India for sighting Wildlife and birds.
Guwahati - Guwahati on the Brahmaputra River is the largest city in the North-East Region of India. It is a gateway to neighboring state of Meghalaya / Arunachal Pradesh and from where Wildlife sanctuaries and tea plantations in Assam are accessible.