The Catholic Cathedral has an excellent design theme and has tons of tourists every day. Many travelers are involved
in different portions of the church. The terracotta stations, stained glass windows, grotto chapel, etc., are some of the
highlights of this church.
As soon as you enter Guwahati and travel to Shillong, the joy of the Meghalaya 5 day tour sets in. On this day, you can
visit Umiam Lake, Shillong’s unmissable draw, and enjoy the rest of the day as you wish, bringing you to Mawlynnong
Village & Asia’s cleanest village the next day of your Meghalaya trip. Here, attractions like Living Root Bridge and
Dawki Town can leave you spellbound, contributing to the joy of the day an entertaining boating on the Umgnot Canal.
As you proceed to Cherrapunji the next day, a sightseeing spree awaits you. The hotspots that overwhelm you with
scenic beauty are Mawkdok Valley, Mawsmai Cave, Seven Sisters Falls and Eco Park.
From Cherrapunji, your 5-day Meghalaya tour package transfers to Guwahati. On the route, you get a chance to
discover Shillong’s countless hotspots. The charisma of attractions like Shillong Mountain, Elephant Drop, Ward’s Lake
and Cathedral Catholic Church can leave you speechless. You’ll love the Alfresco Cruise Trip in Guwahati and visit
Maa Kamakhya Temple the next morning. Book a tour plan to Meghalaya today for an unforgettable journey to
Day 1 Shillong: Arrival into the scenic expanses
Your five-day Meghalaya tour package begins today.
An agent’s representative will welcome you and escort you to Shillong as soon as you enter Guwahati station/airport.
You will check-in at the hotel on arrival and freshen up. Visit the placid Umiam Lake on the road, which is outlined
by Sylvan hills. Check-in at the hotel until you enter Shillong and relax. It is at liberty where you will spend the remainder
of the day as your heart wishes. Camp in quiet at the hotel later.
Day 2 Shillong: A day trip to Mawlynnong
Visit Mawlynnong with this Meghalaya tour package for 4 nights, 5 days
Enjoy breakfast and be able to tour Mawlynnong Town, which is considered the cleanest village in Asia. Visit the Living
Root Bridge here and see the natural balancing rock that shows a curious natural phenomena of a boulder balancing on
another rock. Don’t skip the vision of the Indo-Bangladesh Border from here. Now, head over to Dawki, an East Jaintia
Hills place. The gurgling waterfalls en route offer a thrilling sight. You will be welcomed by the Umngot River in the
town, which is thought to be the cleanest in the world and has crystal clear waters. It’s an incredible feeling to sail a
cruise on these rivers. After a nice day, return to your Shillong hotel for a quiet night.
Double Decker Living Root Bridge
One of Cherrapunjis most admired wonders is the Double Decker Living Root Bridge. The famous Double Decker Living
Root Bridge, nestled in the thick green forests of Meghalaya, is blessed with rain for the majority of the year. It is one of
Meghalayas most beautiful partially man-made structures, built in part by the Khasi tribe, who conditioned the roots to
grow in a specific way.
Dawki, a lovely little town on Meghalayas south-eastern frontier, is about 82 kilometres from Shillong. The exciting
drive to Dwaki is littered with vines and gorges, and it is cradled in the laps of the Jaintia Hills. The magical,
emerald-colored river Umngot that runs through town is the towns highlight. It is thought to be one of Indias cleanest
rivers, which is truly admirable.
Mawlynnong is the cleanest village in Asia and one of the most beautiful destinations in North East India. With its clean,
working toilets in every house and plastic ban, Mawlynnong is light years ahead of its time in terms of Indian villages.
Despite this, it manages to retain a rustic, old-world charm that makes you feel as though youve travelled back in time.
Day 3 Cherrapunji: Off to the wet land
The next leg of your 5-day Meghalaya tour package will lead you to Cherrapunji.
Treat yourself to a hearty morning breakfast and hotel checkout. Now, travel to Cherrapunji, second to Mawsynram,
the wettest spot on earth. Visit Mawkdok Valley on the road – a really prominent location for sightseeing. The next
attraction en route is Nohsngithiang Falls (Seven Sisters Falls). The falls are the epitome of the Seven States of North
East India’s Unification, hence the term. Mawsmai Cave and Eco Park are up next. You also get a view of the Sylhet
Plains of neighboring Bangladesh from the Eco Park. You can enter Cherrapunji while enjoying the scenic path.
Check-in for a restful night at the hotel.
The Eco Park
The Meghalaya government built the Eco Park atop a high plateau for tourism purposes. The hill provides stunning views
of the Sohra valley and the verdant hills crisscrossed by waterfalls. A sparkling blue stream flows through the park as well.
The sweeping views of the green canyons of Sohra and the stretching Sylhet Plains of Bangladesh are opened up by a
stunning crossover bridge.
Nohkalikai Falls in Cherrapunji is the countrys third-highest waterfall, plunging from a dizzying height of 1,120 feet.
It is located about 5 kilometres from the town and is undoubtedly one of Cherrapunjis most popular tourist attractions.
It gushed down from the virgin woods of a hillside and formed a puddle. The monsoons are ideal for bringing the falls
into full bloom, but the beauty of Nohkalikai Falls can be appreciated all year. It is one of Cherrapunjis most stunning
Mawsynram is a peaceful little village lapped in the East Khasi Hill district, about 15 km from Cherrapunji, and is
known as the wettest spot on Earth. Every year, it receives over 11,000 mm of rain, turning the village a lush green.
To muffle the thunderous sounds of rain, the village houses are covered in dense grass.
Seven Sisters Falls
Seven Sisters Falls, Indias fourth highest plunge waterfall, is nestled within the East Khasi Hills District, just a short
distance from Mawsmai village. Its basically a set of seven different waterfalls that are all next to each other. This 315-
meter-high thunderous waterfall, also known as Nohsngithiang Falls or Mawsmai Falls, is one of Cherrapunjis most
Mawsmai Cave is a gateway to the world of underground adventure and is one of the most easily accessible of
Cherrapunjis many caves. Its easy enough to navigate that you wont need a guide. Mawsmai Cave, one of Cherrapunjis
most popular tourist attractions, is about 6 kilometres from the main town. The cave greets you with a yawning entrance
and tapers down a little further ahead, shaded by a dense canopy of trees.
Day 4 Guwahati: A day amidst beautiful sights
The penultimate day of your Meghalaya trip will lead you on a tour of Shillong.
Arise from the hotel for a nutritious breakfast and checkout when you drive you to Guwahati on this day. On the way,
you’ll visit Shillong’s numerous attractions. Start with the capital city’s highest point – Shillong Peak. You’re going to
visit Elephant Falls, Ward’s Pool, and the Catholic Church at the Cathedral. Delighting in the sightseeing, Guwahati can
be touched. The Alfresco Cruise Trip will carry you to the heart of the Brahmaputra River. Check in at the hotel today,
then sleep comfortably.
Day 5 Guwahati: Departure back home
Meghalaya and Guwahati goodbye!
Enjoy one last meal and the hotel checkout. Today, going to see the temple of Maa Kamakhya. You will be moved to
Guwahati Airport/Railway Station after seeking the goddess’s blessings. Board your flight/train back home from here with
lovely memories. Goodbye Meghalaya and Guwahati! Enjoy one last meal and the hotel checkout. Today, going to see the
temple of Maa Kamakhya. You will be moved to Guwahati Airport/Railway Station after seeking the goddess’s blessings.
Board your flight/train back home from here with lovely memoriesMeghalaya and Guwahati goodbye!
Kamakhya Temple, one of the most famous places to visit in Guwahati, is indeed a unique temple with a unique festival.
Dedicated to Devi Kamakhya, the temple is closed everywhere for five days, as it is believed that during the time,
the deity experiences menstruation. On the sixth day, after the deity is bathed and rituals have been performed, the
temple is opened to the devotees. Its full o this day
- Free Wi-Fi
- Assistance on Arrival & Departure
- Accommodation of 1 Double Sharing Room
- Exclusive vehicle for transfers & sightseeing
- Meal (Breakfast)
- Parking & Toll Charges
- Driver’s Allowance
- GST & Taxes. Note: Last day sightseeing depends upon the flight timings
- Air Fare/Train fare
- Personal expenses
- Any other item not specified in “Cost Includes”
- Additional sightseeing or usage of vehicle not mention in the itinerary
- Guide & Entrance Fees
- Any cost arising due to natural calamities like, landslides, road blocks etc.