North East India: 5D & 4N
With its sumptuous mix of traditions, spiritual beliefs, festivals, architecture and landscapes, your memories of India will blaze bright long after you’ve left its shores.
The gateway to the Northeast, and the largest and most cosmopolitan city in the region, Guwahati serves as the starting point for many itineraries. Extending along the south bank of the mighty Brahmaputra, it’s in large part a somewhat featureless expanse of concrete, glass and traffic. But if you explore the older areas near the river, you’ll start to feel the character and local flavour that lingers amid the ponds, palm trees, temples, single-storey traditional houses and colonial-era mansions. Only a few stretches of the riverbank are accessible in the central areas – but when you reach them, those Brahmaputra views never disappoint!
Drift through the serene clear waters of Dwaki. Take a glance at this fairyland where you encounter cascades that drop from the crevices of the magnificent mountains covering the mountains green. Indulge in the beauty of nature as we take you on this peace-filled ride.
The undulating Meghalaya uplands give way abruptly on the state’s southern fringe to deep, jungle-clothed, waterfall-ribboned valleys plunging precipitously to the plains of Bangladesh. Cherrapunjee (also called Sohra), sitting near the lip of the escarpments, is the obvious base for exploring this spectacular landscape.
Irreverent Shillong was the capital of colonial and post-Independence Assam (which embraced almost the whole Northeast) until 1972, when it became capital of the newly carved-out state of Meghalaya. Since then it has developed some accoutrements of a typical modern Indian town, including urban sprawl, a lot of concrete, and snarled-up traffic along its winding streets. However, it retains some old-time charm in certain pockets – and a strong sense of individuality and difference, with its many Christian churches and its residents’ tastes for hanging out in cafes, playing and watching rock music and football, driving around in spruced-up automobiles and gambling on archery.
Mawlynnong is a village in the East Khasi Hills district of the Meghalaya state, India. This village has won the acclaim of being the cleanest village in Asia in 2003. Surprisingly, the village has hundred percent literacy and most of the villagers are conversant with the English language.
- All transfers and sight seeing by Swift Dzr/Similar
- Driver,fuel,tolls,parking and all other way expenses.
- Shillong Vehicle Permit and check post expense.
- Hotel accommodation for 04 nights as per itinerary.(including breakfast ) Hotel 3 Star.
- Food item- Veg and Non Veg.
- All applicable taxes.
- Transportation from Dhaka – Tamabil - Dhaka
- All entry tickets,boating charges and monuments charges.
- Food other than mentioned in the itinerary
- Personal expenses.
- Those items which are not mentioned in inclusive.
- Place: SHILLONG. - Hotel: Hotel Sapphire/Hotel Alpine Continental/ Similar. - Room Type: Deluxe. - No.of Rooms: 02 DBR. - Food Plan: CP.
- Place: GUWAHATI. - Hotel: Hotel The Ornet /Hotel Royal Haritage/ Similar. - Room Type: Deluxe. - No.of Rooms: 02 DBR. - Food Plan: CP.
Prices04 paxBDT 17,499/-
|Number of Pax||Cost Based on per person|
|04 pax||BDT 17,499/-|