Hills and River of North East – 04 Nights | 05 Days

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Daily Tour

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Assamese, Bengali, English, Hindi

Meghalaya, in India’s northeast, is place that truly captures the essence of nature and adventure. 
For those looking for adventure and nature, the Assam Meghalaya tour packages provide unforgettable experiences. 
Among the unforgettable experiences are trekking through the living root bridges and taking in the scenic views of deep valleys and rolling hills. 
The culture and cuisine of the region, such as Jadoh and Nakham Bitchi, provide an enriching experience. 
The warm hospitality of the locals adds to the experience. 
Meghalaya offers one-of-a-kind experience that visitors will remember for lifetime.
With the Assam Meghalaya Tour Package, you can visit the natural living root bridges created by the locals, unique attraction found only in Meghalaya, and learn about the traditional techniques used to build them.
Enjoy breathtaking views of the Dawki River’s clear, turquoise waters and surrounding mountains, and take boat ride for memorable experience that includes swimming and photography opportunities.
Enjoy the distinct blend of Indian and tribal cuisine, with must-try dishes such as Jadoh, Dohkhlieh, and Tungrymbai.
Experience Meghalaya’s natural beauty by indulging in breathtaking views of deep valleys and gorges surrounded by lush greenery.
Take tour of Cherrapunji, the world’s second-wettest place, and immerse yourself in its unrivaled scenic beauty.



  • MAP (Room + Breakfast + Lunch/Dinner)
  • 3 Star Hotel
  • Meals
  • Sightseeing
  • Transport
  • Pickup-Drop
  • Cab Transfer
  • Veg & Non Veg Meals
  • Welcome drink on arrival (Non-Alcoholic)- 2 Pm to 5 Pm Available Only
  • Accommodation in well appointed A/c rooms with satellite connection LCD TV, electronic safe, Mini Bar( chargeable) and intercom.
  • Buffet/TDH Menu as per the plan selected.
  • MAP – Breakfast and either Lunch or Dinner
  • Complimentary use of Tea/Coffee maker in all rooms replenished once a day, Hair dryer on request. Any additional requirement will be at an extra cost.
  • Excess baggage fees
  • Advance seat reservations
  • Entry visa fees
  • Optional extensions & excursions
  • Personal, baggage & travel insurance
  • Gratuities
  • Geverages
  • Items not specifically mentioned in the itinerary or "included features" list
  • Any items of a personal nature
  • UNUSED SERVICES: Unused services cannot be refunded once the trip has begun. No refund can be made for absence by travelers from any part of the itinerary.

4 Night – 5 Days


Tour's Location

Which is better to visit, Shillong or Sikkim?


  • If you wish to witness beautiful Khangchendzonga, the rich culture, and heritage of Buddhism, monasteries, and orchids, and enjoy quiet tranquility, you should surely visit Sikkim.
  • Sikkim is the finest destination to learn about a true organic state.
  • Sikkim is also bordered by China, Tibet, Nepal, and Bhutan. Hence, you may go to the border location Nathula Pass and visit these nations as well.
  • Sikkim is closer than other northeastern states, and Darjeeling is extremely close to Sikkim, so you may visit both.
    Sikkim is known as the East's Switzerland.


    Shillong is the capital of Meghalaya means land of rain. Cherapunjee, which lies closer to Shillong, has the most rainfall in India. Thus, if you want to feel the rain, you may go there.
    Shillong is the finest place to visit if you want to view natural tree root bridges.
    If you want to go boating on one of the cleanest rivers in the world, Dawki, Meghalaya is waiting for you.
    Meghalaya is the sole state with a matriarchal society, which implies that after marriage, grooms reside in the bride's house and women rule. Shillong is the finest place to view a very unusual form of civilization up close.
    Meghalaya is known as the "East Scotland" of India.

  • Shillong's Top Attractions ?

    Shillong is known as the "Scotland of the East" because of its immaculate beauty and the lush green hills that surround it. Shillong is surrounded by stunning waterfalls, lush green fields, and hills, making it one of the most popular tourist destinations in Meghalaya and the whole Northeast.

  • Umiam Lake: Take In The Beautiful View
  • All Saints Cathedral: Admire the Colonial Architecture
  • Discover The Famous Lewduh Market
  • Relax in the Peace of Elephant Falls
  • Go For An Amazing Hike On The David Scott Trail
  • Don Bosco Museum: A Journey Through Time
  • Mawlynnong: A Visit To Asia's Cleanest Village
  • Visit Laitlum Canyon in the East Khasi Hills.
  • Horseback Riding: A Chic Way to Tour the Cities
  • Camping: Spend the night under a starry sky.
  • Show Off Your Golf Skills at Shillong Golf Course
  • Rock Climbing: An Exciting Adventure
  • Nightlife: Dance Till You Drop
  • Enjoy An Exciting Event At Nh7 Weekender
  • Spend a Bit More on Shopping
  • Cafes: Have A Cup Of Coffee
  • Shillong's best foods to eat ?

    1. Momos
    You've probably had momos before, but you have to try them here. Momos are popular in India's northeast and go well with spicy-tangy chutney (a blend of dried red chili and vinegar).
    2. Jalebis
    Jalebi is a popular delicacy in most Indian towns. This delectable treat is popular throughout the country, including Shillong.
    3. Tungrymbai
    Many Shillong residents line at Shillong's local street booths to receive their daily fill of Tungrymbai. The dish is popular in Meghalaya and is made with fermented Shillong soybeans.
    4. Jadoh
    Shillong is famous for this meal. Rice drowned in a flavorful blend of sour and spicy, covered with herbs such as mint leaves and ginger blossom, and topped with spicy pig meat.
    5. Dohneiiong
    Another Local favourite you won't want to miss. Pork braised in soy sauce and black sesame seeds. The toasted sesame seeds, which are commonly used in Chinese cookery, elevate this meal to a whole new level. Dohneiiong is available in a variety of food vendors in and around the city center, as well as at the Police Bazaar.
    6. Chowmein
    Chowmein, while not a native food, is immensely popular among Shillong residents. It's spicy and fiery, and it's made using egg noodles on industrial-sized street works. It is typically prepared with chicken or pork and consists of onions, garlic, ginger, and spices served over a bed of noodles.
    7. Pineapples
    Shillong is a great place to cultivate pineapples. Generally, you'd find the massive Kew variety. And it's quite tasty. Street sellers sell cleaned and chopped pineapples with a tangy masala sprinkled on top, which are sweet and soft. Visit your local market and enjoy this delectable fruit.
    8. Betel Leaf
    In most regions of India, the Betel Leaf is a favourite after-meal snack. The betel leaf found in Shillong, on the other hand, is out of this world. It's spicy and hot (ideal for the chilly weather), and it's the perfect way to conclude a lunch in Shillong.
    9. Smoked Meats
    Smoked meats are particularly popular in Shillong (and throughout northeast India). You'll notice meat being smoked all around the city, and much more so once you leave. There are restaurants and food vendors all over the place that sell these smoked meats.

    Is it safe for female visitors to visit Shillong?

    Very secure! It's one of the few places in India where a lady may stroll down the street wearing anything she wants and not be bothered by creepy oglers. In general, people are civilised and disciplined. And open-minded. A woman does not have to be concerned about guys gazing or abusing her. Most people scrupulously adhere to traffic laws and treat women with respect. The good news is that the police and government are quite powerful and aggressive. Defaulters will never be able to avoid the stringent police there, and no one, not even a havaldaar, can be bribed.

    How long does it take to visit the North East?

    Because the North East is made up of seven states, the number of days required to visit the location will vary depending on the places you like to visit. But, if you want to cover all of the major states, you may do so in 15 days, and each state can be covered in 5–6 days.

    Is it possible to add extra destinations to this 5-day northeast tour itinerary?

    This 5-day northeast itinerary is created so that travelers can visit all of the key tourist attractions in each location with ease and comfort. But, visitors can tailor this package to their specific needs.

    What are the must-have items for a trip to Cherrapunjee?

    When visiting Cherrapunjee, you should bring the following items:

  • Raincoat/Umbrella
  • Good quality trekking shoes
  • First-aid kit
  • Type-D electric plugs (with three pins)
  • Power banks and battery backup options
  • Can a visitor modify this four-night, five-day Northeast tour?

    As a matter of fact, travelers can completely customize their 4-night, 5-day northeast vacation package. It did, however, advise travelers to consult with the relevant tour operators.

    What should you carry for a vacation to the North East?

    Visitors to the North East should bring the following items with them:

  • Documents
  • Raingear
  • Hiking shoes
  • Medical kit
  • Packed Food
  • Distance between Major Cities ?

    1. 99 kilometres from Guwahati to Shillong
    2. 55 kilometres from Mawsynram to Shillong
    3. 52 kilometres from Cherrapunjee to Shillong
    4. Distance from Johrat to Shillong: 366 kilometres
    5. 633 kilometres from Gangtok to Shillong
    6. 399 kilometres from Kohima to Shillong
    7. 1,075 kilometres from Kolkata to Shillong
    8. Distance from Lucknow to Shillong: 1,409 kilometres
    Chennai is 2,726 kilometres away.
    Delhi is 2,020 kilometres away.
    2066 kilometres - Jaipur
    2 714 kilometres - Mumbai
    Ahmedabad is 2,627 kilometres away.
    Bangalore is 2,930 kilometres away.
    Hyderabad is 2,509 kilometres away.


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