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Day wise Itinerary:
Day One: Arrival in Guwahati – Umiam Lake - Shillong
Arrive at Guwahati, complete your formalities and meet the Tour Leader at the exit of the airport.Then drive to Shillong hotel en-route visit Umiam lake, Ward’s Lake and Don Bosco Museum if time permits. Later, proceeds to a hotel in Shillong. Overnight at Shillong.
Highlights: Umiam Lake Photo stop, Ward’s Lake, and Don Bosco Museum
Day Two: Shillong – Wahkhen – Dawki - Shnongpdeng
After breakfast at Shillong, check out from the hotel and drive to Wahkhen famous for the bamboo trail trek i.e Mawryngkhang.This trek takes approximately 2/2 ½ hour one way. Later continue to drive to Dawki known for crystal clear Umngot river and evening reach at Shnongpdeng for camping. Overnight at Shnongpdeng.
Highlights: Bamboo trek in Mawrykhang and Riverside camping at Shnongpdeng
Day Three: Shnongpdeng – Krangshuri - Mawlynnong – Pongtung
In the morning, enjoy a boat ride at Umngot river, which is known for its crystal-clear river Zip lining is also available which is optional for tourists, and then have your breakfast. Later, pack your bags and drive to Krangshuri falls and then to Asia’s cleanest village i.e.,Mawlynnong village. Overnight at Pongtung .Highlights: Boat ride in Umngot river ,Krangshuri Falls, and Mawlynnong village.
Day Four: Pongtung – Cherrapunjee - Nongriat
After breakfast check out and drive to the Mawkdok Dympep valley viewpoint for Ziplining is optional for tourists. Later, proceeds to Mawsmai cave-in Cherrapunjee boasts of the wide and amazing entrance with the dark and magicalmystery inside. Later, drive to Nongriat i.e Tyrna village. Overnight at Nongriat.
Highlights: Mawkdok Dympep Valley and Mawsmai Cave.
Day Five: Nongriat - Cherrapunjee - Shillong
Early morning wakes up and starts your trek to Double Decker Living Root Bridge and Rainbow waterfalls. After trek returns to the hotel for breakfast and freshen up for the next visit to Wei Sawdong falls. If time permits visit Arwah caves.
Evening drive to Shillong market. Overnight at Shillong.
Highlights: Double–Decker Living Root Bridge, Rainbow Falls, Wei Sawdong Falls, Arwah Cave, and Shillong Market.
Day Six: Shillong – Guwahati Airport
After breakfast back your luggage and drive to Guwahati airport. Tour comes to an end here!
- The Change of booked tour will be treated as Cancellation. However, minor amendments can be made on the payment of a communication charge, which will vary from case to case.
What is included in the tour
- Accommodation on double/Triple sharing basis as per the itinerary
- Breakfast and Dinner
- 01 Boat ride in Dawaki
- Any entrance fee sightseeing
- All sightseeing and transfer as per the itinerary by tempo traveler
- Expert Tour Manager
What is NOT included in the tour
- Airline tickets
- Meals not mentioned under inclusions
- Any personal expenses like laundry, telephone bills, tips etc.
- Any cost arising due to natural calamities like landslides, roadblocks etc.
- to be borne by the client directly on the spot
- Travel Insurance
- Any other item which is not specified under cost inclusions
- Medicine kit
- Water bottle
- Power bank and shoot camera
- Trekking shoes
- Set of clothes
- Set of undergarments
- 1 jacket
- Snacks to munch
- 50% refund if notified via phone conversation 45 or more days prior to the event date.
- 40 % refund if notified via phone conversation 16 to 44 days prior to the event date.
- No refund if the cancellation requested is less than 15 days prior to the event date
- No show No Refund.
- Event Tickets cannot be transferred to another date against cancellation.
- Event Tickets cannot be transferred to another person against cancellation.
- If the event gets canceled, we will refund "Event Amount" only.
- If the event is canceled due to any natural calamity, political unrest or other such reasons beyond our control the same cancellation policy will apply.
Treks and Trails Event Rules
- Kindly carry one Identity proof, at least for the trek with your address.
- We all are going for an adventurous and exciting trekking expedition; please Do Not misinterpret it as a PICNIC or LEISURE TOUR.
- The leader's decision will be final, and all the members should abide by it.
- We do not destroy or dirty the archaeological, historical monuments, natural habitat on the trek.
- Swimming is not allowed in the lake or water tank on the forts. Locals use that water for drinking.
- Putting your feet in water tanks or on the canon is not allowed on our treks.
- Any addiction is strictly prohibited, e.g. drinking, smoking, chewing tobacco anyone caught doing it will have to exit the trek without a refund and travel back on own expense.
- People caught smoking or drinking alcohol will be asked to exit the event on an immediate basis.
- Please do not carry or wear any valuables, ornaments, jewelry, etc. If carried, then we Do Not take any liability for the same.
- Rock Climbing, Rappelling, Trekking, or any adventure activity is potentially risky. For all these events, you are at your own risk. Organizers are not responsible for any accident or compensation in whatsoever manner.
- We should strictly follow the code of conduct to avoid troubling our fellow trekkers or other people from our group or outside.
- Listening to music on earphones or Bluetooth speakers is not allowed while trekking.
- Bluetooth speaker not allowed inside the homestay or camping tents.
- Drinking/smoking,/eating is not allowed inside the tents.
- If you damage the tent, break the tent poles, you will have to pay us for the whole new tent on MRP.
- If you are late for the bus pickup and are not reachable on the phone during your bus pickup, the trek leader will leave without you, and we will provide no refund.
- Please check things to carry and wear trekking shoes on our treks.
Q: How do I plan a tour of Meghalaya?
Day 1: You can visit Guwahati and head to Shillong.
Day 2: Shillong to Cherrapunjee (Sohra)
Day 3: Visit Cherrapunjee, explore the place, indulge in activities, and meet new people.
Day 4: Head to Mawlynnong and tour the place.
Day 5: Return to Shillong and explore the tourist attractions.
Day 6: travel to Guwahati.
Q: What language is spoken in Meghalaya?
The state of Meghalaya has two major languages: Khasi and Garo. Jaintia, too, is represented as a widely spoken language in the region.
Q: When is the best time to visit Meghalaya?
The best months to visit this state are April and June. The pleasant weather permits outdoor activities. In Meghalaya, summers are ideal for adventure holidays, as you get to enjoy the outdoors without being afflicted by too much extraordinary heat.
Q: What are the best things to do on the Meghalaya tour?
Meghalaya is known for its natural beauty. Especially well known are the living root bridges in Cherrapunji. In Meghalaya, you can also explore Mawsmai caves and run along the David Scott Trail. In this highland state, you will find some of India's highest peaks and lush green tropical forests, but only a few tourists make it to this heavenly destination because Meghayala has (so far!) remained undiscovered.
Q: How many days are sufficient for a trip to Meghalaya?
We believe that 6 days is sufficient, but if you want to cover the whole Northwest region and if you are willing to do some extra travelling, we recommend 15 days at a time.
Q: What is Meghalaya’s most famous food?
Rice with spicy meat and seafood preparations is of major importance to the Khasi and Jaintia people. They raise goats, pigs, birds, ducks, and cows, which they enjoy eating. Two popular Khasi recipes are jadoh (a delicious meat dish with spices) and ki kpu (a savory fish curry). These two delicacies are enjoyed by all tribes within the states. Another favourite Garo dish is tungrymbai, made from bamboo shoots that are cooked down into a spicy curry-like meal.
Q: Which are some of the best experiences to try in Meghalaya?
Meghlaya is a tourist destination with a variety of activities available to visitors.Some of the must-try activities are the following:
- Trekking to the Living Root Bridges
- Camping on the island in Umiam Lake
- Mountain biking at Sohilya Village
Q: Is Meghalaya safe for solo travellers?
Meghalaya is one of the safest states in India for solo travelers. The state hasn't seen any insurgencies, and so it makes for a good destination for someone who wants to escape the daily hustle and bustle of city life.
Q: How can I offer Puja at Kamakhya Temple avoiding rush?
To avoid the rush, it is recommended to get a VIP pass from the counter, which opens in the morning at around 7:00 a.m. and charges Rs. 500 per person. After purchasing the ticket from the counter, you will be allotted time for darshan within the next hour. Until then, wait in the private waiting room on temple premises. Noted: If pilgrims have any delay or postpone the darshan timings of the opulent deity Sri Venkateswara (Balaji), they can be booked for midnight viewing by paying an extra charge of Rs 3000 per head.
Q: What makes Meghalaya unique?
You might not be aware of this, but North-East India has seven sister states. One of them is Manipur. This state has terrain that boasts a rich natural endowment and spectacular scenery. People who visit these places often come back with stories they can't tell anyone else. And it's easy to see why: colossal mountains shrouded in mist, cascading waterfalls, and aerial roots that hang in the air... Take the plunge into this exhilarating landscape by exploring its capital, Imphal, which overflows with markets, temples, and fortresses. Only then will you realise how wonderfully strange North-East India truly is!