Overview

A visit to Meghalaya is unlike anywhere else in India because it gives you a multitude of experiences within a very short span of time. So, if you're planning to head to the beautiful hill state anytime soon, here's a well-planned itinerary to kick your

Separating the Assam valley from the neighbouring state of Bangladesh, Meghalaya—also known as the abode of clouds—is worth visiting for several reasons. This beautiful mountain state with its pine vegetation and snow clad peaks is home to some of the most fascinating waterfalls, mysterious caves, unusual flora and fauna, and a unique tribal culture. It also boasts of having two of the wettest places on earth within its territorial boundaries—Cherrapunji and Mawsynram.

Itinerary
Day 1
DAY 1: Guwahati to Shillong
Relax and explore the town

Fly to Guwahati and then drive to Shillong, which is about 132 km (4 hours) from there. Book a morning flight so you can start exploring Shillong on the first day itself. Once you reach the Meghalayan capital of Shillong, take a couple of hours to rest and freshen up and then head to the Polo Grounds. Spend an afternoon there witnessing teer, a daily archery contest. Follow this up with a walk around the Bara Bazar, Shillong's main market, in the evening.

Day 2
DAY 2: Shillong to Cherrapunjee
Roadtrip & Party Night

Located about 1.5 to 2 hours west of Shillong, Cherrapunji—better known as Sohra—is one of the wettest places on earth. One of the major attractions here are the living roots bridges. A slightly tough trek leads you to these bridges, which are naturally made from roots of trees braided together. They are set to grow across the river, thus making life easier for locals. There are a number of these root bridges that travellers can trek to and each of them looks like something out of a fantasy novel. Overnight at cottage (Cherra cafe)

Day 3
DAY 3: Double Decker Root Bridge
Double Decker Route Bridge Trek

After breakfast, trek to the Living Root Bridge. The trek normally takes two hours. The route is replete with small village where one can relax and explore rural life. However, there is another Living root Bridge, which has "Two Tiers".This amazing bridge is a two-tier living Root Bridge (made of the roots of a living tree), connecting a chasm with a pool of jade water below. The two tiers measure 59ft and 83 ft in length respectively. The trek to this double decker is tough but worth the pains.

Day 4
Day 4: Dawki village
Village: Mawlynnong (Suit Day)

Visit Dowki (Bangladesh Border) and the Mawlynnong village. Mawlynnong Village has earned the distinction of being the cleanest village in India. It is situated 90 kms. from Shillong and besides the picturesque village, offers many interesting sights such as the living root bridge and another strange natural phenomenon of a boulder balancing on another rock.

Day 5
Day: 5 Dawki River
Boating

Breakfast: 9am. After breakfast enroute to Dawki (Indo-Bangladesh) border and enjoy boating on the clear waters of the Umngot River at Dawki. Drive from Mawlynnong to Shillong is about 3 hours (80kms). Lunch: 2:30pm at local restaurant. Evening is free to explore Shillong.

Day 6
Day: 6
Bid Adieu

Breakfast: 8:30am Airport Transfer, Facebook requests, share-it, airdrop. Three hours drive. Please book your air tickets after 14:00 Hours.

Inclusions
  • GST
  • Breakfast
  • Accomodation (Aerodene Cottage & Kutmadan Resort)
  • Transfers as per itinerary
  • Permit fee
Exclusions
  • Air Ticket
  • Anything not specified in the inclusions
FAQs
Flight Timings for Airport Group Pickup

Sep 07 2019, you should reach by 11:30am (Guwahati)

Group Strenght

Not more than 12

Wheather

Pleasant

Any discount ?

Sorry :)

Cancellation Policy

In the event of cancellation of tour / travel services due to any avoidable / unavoidable reason/s we must be notified of the same in writing. Cancellation charges will be effective from the date we receive advice in writing, and cancellation charges would be as follows:

  • Booking amount & Tickets: (Non Refundable)
  • 60 days prior to arrival: 50% of the Tour / service cost
  • 45 days prior to arrival: 70% of the Tour / service cost
  • 30 days prior to arrival: No Refund
Safety

Please be aware that during your participation in vacations operated by Jugni, certain risks and dangers may arise beyond our control, including but not limited to: the hazards of traveling in undeveloped areas; travel by boat, train, automobile, aircraft, or other means of transportation; forces of nature; political unrest; acts of lawlessness or terrorism; and accident or illness in remote regions without means of rapid evacuation or medical facilities. Jugni will not have liability regarding provision of medical care or the adequacy of any care that may be rendered. While Jugni will use its best efforts to ensure that adequate measures are taken, by agreeing to participate in a vacation and/or optional excursions you agree that you will hold Jugni harmless regarding any provision of medical care or the adequacy of any care rendered. Jugni is not responsible for such risks and dangers that may arise beyond our control. Payment of your deposit indicates you accept these risks and dangers and agree to hold Jugni harmless for the same.

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