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Day 1st IN TRAIN:
Assemble Howrah at……….hrs.Leave Howrah by…………….up……………….Exp. Departure at……..hrs for Guwahati.
Day 2nd GUWAHATI:
Arrival at Guwahati and transfer to Hotel. After lunch visit Kamaksha temple then return to Hotel. Evening free for personal activities. night stay at Hotel.
Day 3rd SHILONG:
After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed for Shilong. Arrival Shilong and transfer to hotel. Evening free for personal activities. Night stay at hotel.
Day 4th SHILONG:
After breakfast proceed to visit Cherrapunji. After visiting of Cherrapunji return back to Shilong and transfer to hotel.
Day 5th CHERAPUNJI:
After Breakfast Shilong local sight seeing. After lunch free for as your own. Night stay at hotel.
Day 6th IN TRAIN:
After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed for Guwahati. Arrival Guwahati and transfer to railway station. Leave Guwahati by………………………..DN…………………….mail/Exp. Departure at ………………………..hours for Howrah.
Day 7th HOWRAH:
Arrival Howrah at……………..Hours.
2 PERSON IN A DBR Rs.12,500/- 3 PERSON IN A DBR Rs.11,400/- Child(4-11) Rs.10,000/- Kids Rs.3,000/-
TOUIRIST ATTRACTION IN SHILLONG & CHERRQPUNJI :
SHILLONG - 3 NIGHTS,
GUWAHATI - 1 NIGHTS,
ELEPHANT FALLS & MORE.
Points to Remember:
- Reach railway station 1 hour before and reach Airport 3 hours before the schedule departure.
- Always carry the original and zerox copy of your Voter ID card for domestic and Passport & Visa for International tour.
- Take cash as per your requirements and should not forget to carry Booking / Hotel voucher, Tour itinerary, Debit / Credit card,
- Pack a small kit with medicines, band aids and first aid essentials. Take your regular medicine, personal care items, Insect & Mosquito repellents, Torch etc.
- Always keep back-up cell phone and laptop chargers on hand.
- Up & Down Train fare.
- Accommodation will be provided family wise
- Accommodation in Hotel / Resort is mention to our itinerary.
- All sightseeing & transfer by Non AC Coach / Car as mention in the itinerary.
- All meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Snacks and Dinner) will be provided as per our itinerary. (Except train food)
- Domestic Air fare.(if tour journey by air)
- Any type of Train Food.
- Entry Fees, Guide Charges.
- Any type of riding, Camera charges, Inner Line Permit Fees.
- Telephone charges, Dry cleaning, Laundry charges, any other personal expenses.
- Mineral water will not be served unless it is mentioned to our itinerary.
- Permit Parking, Toll Tax, and Inter State Road Tax for transport
- Tips, Insurance, Breakage etc.
- Any type o special menu.
- Any other expenses which is not mentioned in our tour itinerary.
About the Place
SHILLONG : Shillong or Scotland of the East is one of the most romantic cities in the northeast. And when you visit it, you'll just about know why. A relatively unexplored land, splendid visions of rows of pine trees, lush hills and quaint cottages greet you, all reminiscent of the British era gone by. The city derives its name from the 'Leishyllong', the super God who resides on the Shillong peak, as if protecting the city. There might not be much to do here except relax and soak in the legends that resound in every house. The polo ground almost wears a forlorn look minus the horses and forest conversation efforts have narrowed your chances of bagging an exquisite wooden ware. Nevertheless, Shillong abounds in such natural beauty that is definite to awe you.
GUWAHATI : Guwahati is the commercial capital city of the northeastern state of Assam. Formerly known as Pragjyotishpur (the City of Eastern Light), Guwahati is the biggest city of Assam in India. Its etymological root is derived from two Assamese words, "Guwa," meaning areca nut and "Haat," meaning market. Fixed between the picturesque hills of the eastern flanks of the Himalayan mountain range, Guwahati houses the political capital of the state, Dispur. The gateway to the seven other northeastern states, also referred as seven sisters, Guwahati is a vital tourist base point, besides being an attraction in its own. One must visit the Guwahati Zoo during Guwahati tourism, which is the largest natural zoo of the country. Guwahati tourism is particularly famous for its Kamakhya temple located atop the Nilachal hill, Above Kamakhya is another small temple, Bhubaneshwari, from where one can have a bird's eye view of the Guwahati. The Shiva temple of Umananda, reached by motor boats and public ferries from Umananda Ghat, Atop a hill in east Guwahati is the Navagraha temple - the "temple of nine planets," - an ancient seat of astrology and astronomy.
CHERAPUNJI : Cherrapunjee is famous for its limestone caves and the culture and literature of Khasi. Look around, and you will notice that Cherrapunjee is filled with waterfallsand greenery everywhere making it an extremely scenic place. The entire town comes to life during the monsoon season and this is one place the clouds are sure to bring joy. The drive to Cherrapunjee takes you through winding paths that overlook the valleys adding beauty to the surroundings.
Best Time to Visit : September to May
Meghalaya is a state in north-east India.The name means "the abode of clouds" in Sanskrit. As of 2011, the state has a population of 2,964,007 and is the 23rd most populous in the country.