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India’s North East is a land of undulating hills and plains with luxuriant green cover and a wide variety or rare and exotic flora and fauna.The ‘NorthEast’ is a collective name for the easternmost part of India comprising the states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Nagaland, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Tripura, and Manipur. Obscured from the greater world by dense forests and formidable mountains. During your North East Tourism you can experience, Delightful Hilly terrains and snow-capped mountains, national parks and lush green pastures, wildlife and beautiful culture of the region.

This tour package is specially designed for the people, who wish to experience Northeast India’s nature, wild life and culture. Trip to Shillong and Cherrapunjee will let you experience and explore the natural resources and landscape of Northeast India. Where as trip to national parks like Kaziranga and Manas will enthrall you with the wild life of Assam. Places like Majuli, Jorhat, Sualkuchi will let you know about religious culture, art and craft of Assam.

This package is for the travelers, who wish to experience and explore with relaxation.


Day 1

Arrive at Guwahati

Pick up from Guwahati airport / railway station overnight stay at hotel.

Day 2


Visit Kamakhya Temple on Nilachal Hills. Visit Umananda Temple situated on the Peacock Island known as smallest River Island on Earth. In the evening go for shopping in nd around city. Overnight at hotel.

Day 3


Have breakfast and visit Nabagraha Temple, Balaji Temple and Basistha Ashram and cruises on the River Brahmaputra. Visit Shankardev Kalashetra (a cultural place where life and culture of Assamese people is beautifully depicted). Rest and over night at hotel.

Day 4

Guwahati - Shillong

AM: Breakfast/checkout Drive to Shillong (capital of Meghalaya, abode of the clouds) Drive is 110km/3 hours. Stops during the drive: – Good Vegetarian Restaurant at Jorabat called Makhan Bhog. – Midway halt at Nongpoh for tea / coffee, snacks, fruits. Afternoon: Check in to your hotel- Landmark Hills Shillong. PM: Sightseeing: Shillong Peak, Elephant Falls, Orchid Garden, Lakes and all other spots. Rest and over night at Landmark Hills Shillong.

Day 5

Shillong - Day trip to Cherrapunjee

AM: Full day trip to Cherrapunjee (56Km/2Hrs), the wettest place on earth. (This is a very scenic drive enabling one to see deep gorges and cloud covered hills). Return to Shillong after lunch. PM: Rest and over night at Landmark Hills Shillong.

Day 6

Shillong - Kaziranga

AM: Breakfast /checkout drive to Kaziranga National Park. Drive is 225km/4hours. (The land of Big Five. Kaziranga is also known as Hub of one horned Rhinoceros. Recently declared as Tiger Reserve). Afternoon: Check in to your hotel- Landmark Woods in Kaziranga. (A 3 star Jungle Resort with all the modern amenities and ambience. Evening time is there to visit nearby tribal village, Jungle trekking and all other activities available in the hotel. One can also use the swimming pool). PM: Rest and over night at Landmark Woods in Kaziranga.

Day 7

Jeep Safari at Rhino land and optional Elephant Safari

AM: OPTIONAL : Early morning wake up call for Elephant Ride at Rhino land , 1st ride at 05.30hr to 06.30hr 2nd ride at 06.30hr to 07.30hr)- choose any option. PM: Jeep Safari Evening: Rest and over night at Landmark Woods in Kaziranga.

Day 8

Kaziranga – Majuli

AM: Breakfast /checkout Drive to Majuli. Drive is 100 km/2 hours. (Majuli is the largest river line Island on Earth. Majuli is also the abode of the Assamese neo-Vaisnavite culture. About 25—26 Satras are remaining now in Majuli of which the Sattras of Kamalabari, Auniati&Garmur are worth mentioning. These Satras are propagating the religious ideology of great Assamese medieval Vaisnavite Saint Sankardeva & Madhavdeva, preaching Satria culture. Majuli has been the cultural capital and the cradle of Assamese civilization for the past five hundred years. The Sattras set up preserve antiques like weapons, utensils, jewellery and other items of cultural significance. Pottery is made in Majuli from beaten clay and burnt in driftwood fired kilns in the same mode carried out by the peoples of the ancient Harappa Civilization. Sociologists have stressed on the preservation of these unique peoples, whose culture and dance forms are untouched by modernism. The handloom work of these tribes is also internationally famous. PM: Check in and rest and over night at Hotel Prashanti at Majuli.

Day 9

Majuli Sightseeing

AM: Sightseeing in Majuli PM: Rest and over night at Hotel Prashanti at Majuli.

Day 10

Majuli – Jorhat

AM: Breakfast /checkout drive to Jorhat. Drive is 1 hours. PM Check in & overnight at Hotel Earl Grey at Jorhat

Day 11

Jorhat – Manas National Park

AM: Breakfast /checkout drive to Manas National Park (A UNESCO world heritage site and Tiger reserve). Drive is 250km/5hours. On the way halt and visit tea estates. PM: Check in to your hotel and overnight at Bansbari Lodge in Manas National Park.

Day 12

Manas National Park

Rhino and other species such as wild boar, hog deer, swamp deer, wild buffalo, elephants and tiger Rest for all day and optional Elephant Safari for Dr. Dutt before breakfast. Overnight at Bansbari Lodge in Manas National Park

Day 13

Manas National Park

AM: Breakfast and trip to India Bhutan border Lunch: At resort Post lunch: Jeep Safari through the National Park PM: Rest and overnight at Bansbari Lodge in Manas National Park

Day 14

Manas National Park - Guwahati

AM: Breakfast and check out Drive to Guwahati Drive is 176km/4hours. On the way halt and visit Sualkuchi silk mills, which is famous for Golden Silk. PM: Check in and overnight at Hotel Dynasty, Guwahati.

Day 15

Guwahati (Departure)

AM: Breakfast and check out. Transfer to Guwahati Airport / Railway station.
  • Meet and Greet On arrival
  • Accommodations on MAP Basis
  • Transportation, fuel charges and driver’s charges
  • All Transfers and sightseeing in an AC car
  • Sightseeing entry fees, parking charges, any up gradation charges
  • Expenses incurred due to mishaps,landslides,strike, political unrest etc.
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Cost for service not mentioned in the itinerary