Day 1 : Welcome to Guwahati and Local Sightseeing
After on arrival at Guwahati Airport [GAU] for your assistance and warm traditional welcome by our representative and precede for famous Maa Kamakhya Temple Tour on the Nilachal Hills (10kms) a seat of the tantric cult in India and one of the 108 Shakti Pethas in the country. Return to the hotel after breakfast. Visits Sri Shankardeva Kalakshetra-a cultural center with a fine exposition of the life and culture of the people of Assam, Balaji Temple & Basistha Ashram. Evening you can set out for Brahmaputra River Cruise on the mighty river Brahmaputra (subject to availability/direct payment basis). Overnight stay at hotel in Guwahati.
Day 2 : Guwahati to Cherrapunji Tour [4 hr 11 min (147.8 km) via NH6]
After breakfast drive to Cherrapunjee which is famed for being the wettest place in the world. En route, you will visit the Umium Lake - largest man made lake of Northeast India. After a drive of 4.5 hours amid pine trees and mists we reach Cherrapunjee where you can find many exotic waterfalls and impressive limestone caves. En-Route you can visit Lady Hyadri Park, Ward's Lake, Cathedral Cathotic Church - In the heart of the city, there stands a beautiful cathedral of Roman Catholics dedicated to Mary Help of Christian. Evening free for leisure. Overnight stay at hotel in Cherrapunjee.
Day 3 : Full Day Cherrapunji Excursion Trip
In the morning after sumptuous breakfast, check out from your hotel & proceed to view several attractions of Cherrapunjee. Visit -
Seven Sister Falls :
Location: Nongkalikhai, Cherrapunji, Meghalaya 793111
Seven Sisters Falls also known as Nohsngithiang Falls or Mawsmai Falls is a seven-segmented waterfall located 1 kilometre south of Mawsmai village in East Khasi Hills District in Meghalaya. It is one of the highest water falls in India set amongst picturesque background. Almost seven falls flowing side by side gives a breathtaking view to traveler who visit here for the first time - is an unforgettable and lifetime experience.
Mawsmai Cave :
Location: Cherrapunjiâ€Ž, Meghalaya 793108
Located 6 km from the Sohra (Cherapunjee) market to the south of the village of Mawsmai in the direction of the Bangladesh border, this is one of prime attractions for Kaziranga Shillong Cherrapunjee Package Tour. One need to do a moderate walk to get into the entrance point of the cave. Inside the cave, you will find it illuminated, and it is the only lighted cave in India. This limestone cave is having two parts (old and new). Of the two, the new cave is yet to be lighted. It has impressive formations of large passages and chambers.
The cave is open 7 days in a week and can be explored between 9.30am to 5.30pm. It is strictly instructed to leave the cave before 5.30PM. The best time to visit Mawsamai Cave is between end of October to first half of June. During this time tourists from different parts of the world throng to explore this nature made wonder.
Mawsmai Caves Entry fees
|Entry for||Ticket Cost|
|Child below 10 years||Rs. 20/Person|
|Ticket Charges for Group less than 3 members||Rs. 60|
|Still Camera||Rs. 20|
|Video Camera||Rs. 50|
|Film Shooting Camera||Rs. 500|
Nohkalikai Falls :
Location: East Khasi Hills, Meghalaya, India.
What comes in our mind when we think of North East Package with Meghalaya is this gorgeous waterfall. This hauntingly beautiful waterfall, cascading down from the top of the gorge to the mystic deep green pool below, is one of the tallest plunge waterfalls (340m) in India located near Cherapunjee, one of the wettest place on Earth. It is reminding one of the tragic legends associated with it, of a grief-stricken mother who plunged to her death, unable to overcome her sorrow over the murder of her daughter by her husband. Behold the breathtaking beauty of this waterfalls which is no match with other falls in entire North East.
If time permits, we can cover many other attractions in Cherrapunji also like Arwah Caves, Wakaba Falls, Eco Park etc. In the evening return back to hotel and relax for your next day trip.
Day 4 : Day Excursion trip to Mawlynnong and Dawki & Transfer to Shillong
Wake up early and have your breakfast and drive to Mawlynnong. Today you can explore the cleanest village Mawlynnong in the world. You can take the sky walk. Spectacular view of the living Root Bridge.
After lunch, drive to Dawki. Dawki is the gateway to Bangladesh where major export and import transactions take place. It is a splendid drive of 45 kilometres passing through deep gorges and ravines, which is certainly a thrilling experience. On approaching Dawki is the Umngot river, The Umngot river is the natural boundary between Ri Pnar or Jaintia Hills with HimaKhyrim of Khasi hills over which a single span suspension bridge was constructed. Evening drive back to Shillong. -
MAWLYNNONG VILLAGE :
Shillong to Mawlynnong Distance : 2 hr 26 min (78.1 km) via NH206
Altitude : 475m / 4906ft
Location : 25.2018° N, 91.9160° E
Population : 900 (2019)
Weather : 27° C, Wind SE at 0 km/h, 83% Humidity
District : East Khasi Hills
Block : Pynursla
Located in East Khasi Hills in the state of Meghalaya, this village was awarded as the Cleanest Village in Asia in 2005 by Discover India Magazine. The village is too clean to find a single piece of leaf or garbage anywhere. Plastic bags and plastic materials are strictly banned to use in the village. If you are fond of smoke or cigar, leave your plan to puff of cigarette here. It is strictly prohibited here and the villagers are very strict to it. The entire village is very clean and beautiful.
For the beautification, villagers decorate their home with beautiful all season colorful flowers and take care of flower plants on daily basis. In fact it is a part of their daily life. Travel these beautiful attractions of North East with NatureWings special North East Tour Package with Meghalaya, we bet, it will be your lifetime experience.
DAWKI RIVER :
Popularly Known as : Wah Umngot
Dawki River Coordinates : 25.1996° N, 92.0206° E
Origination : Eastern part of Khasi Hills of Meghalaya, India
After spending quality time at the Mawlynnong Village, start for Dawki River Tour. The river is also known as Umngot River situated about 82kms south of Shillong. A roughly 2 and half hour drive from Shillong will take you to this beautiful place between the Kashi and the Jaintia Hills. It is one of the most spectacular destinations that you can visit during your Shillong Meghalaya Package Tour.
Dawki is the gateway to Bangladesh, where export and import transactions take place. Mawlynnong to Dawki is a splendid 1 hr drive (30km) passing through deep gorges and ravines, which is a thrilling experience. Dawki or the Umngot River is the natural boundary between Ri Pnar and Jaintia Hills with Hima Khyrim of Khasi hills over which is a single-span suspension bridge was constructed. Evening drive back to Shillong city. Overnight Stay at Shillong.
Day 5 : Excursion towards Mawsynram (Wettest place on Earth)
After a breakfast drive towards Mawsynram, Enroute visits Elephanta Falls & Shillong Peak (Depending on Army Permission) situated on the outskirts of the city. Visit Mawphlang Sacred Forest, Mawjymbuin Cave (Mawsynram cave).
After sightseeing in the evening back to Shillong, visit Cathedral Cathotic Church - In the heart of the city, there stands a beautiful cathedral of Roman Catholics dedicated to Mary Help of Christian. Overnight stay at Shillong.
Mawsynram, which is renowned for being the wettest area on Earth, continues to be a favourite among those who enjoy taking in the calming, green scenery and magnificent sceneries during the monsoon season. Despite frequent downpours, Mawsynram continues to draw visitors who yearn to spend some alone time in the great outdoors while savouring the monsoon illusion. In fact, Mawsynram, the rain resort, is the perfect place to experience the beauty of rain while getting drenched from a new downpour. The pair can get snug while enjoying the rain with a cup of hot tea and pakoras during the monsoon because the temperature is still favourable. The soggy location is not only for the contented couples, but also for the singles and the lazy guys who enjoy to sleep on a warm bed with a blanket over them and listen to the lovely sound of rain as it falls on windows and makes a musical affair. Apart from the possibility that travelling during the monsoon season could result in additional savings on your Mawsynram Package Tour, seeing the beauty of the monsoon in Mawsynram is emerging as a brand-new concept that has gained good popularity over time. When it rains, Mawsynram comes to life with clean, lush green scenery that is incredibly relaxing to the eyes and that helps to rest and revitalise your soul in the midst of the blossoming wild, away from the busy metropolis.
Everyone has fond memories of rainy days from their youth, and Mawsynram is the perfect venue to relive those times while listening to some timeless tune like -
"Rim-Jhim Gire Saavan,
Sulag Sulag Jaae Mann,
Bheege Aaj Is Mausam Mein,
Lagi Kaisi Ye Agan" - by Kishore Kumar
So, all the monsoon lovers out there plan your Assam Meghalaya Arunachal Pradesh Package Tour in this wettest part of India and enjoy the serenity and sound of nature from a tiring everyday routine while relaxing by the window side of your room and getting intoxicated with the smell of fresh mud blended with cool breeze after every shower.
Day 6 : Shillong To Bhalukpong Transfer [6 hr 20 min (298.5 km) via AH1/AH2]
After breakfast drive to Bhalukpong. Shillong to Bhalukpong is almost 6 hrs journey via road. This place is in the border of the states of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh and is a place of enthralling scenic beauty. The sparkling river Jia Bharali which passes through Bhalukpong is an adventure lover's paradise. By the side of the river is the Nameri National Park which falls under Project Tiger.
After reaching, you can go for adventurous river rafting in Kameng River which is also known as Jia Bharali River. Evening is free for leisure. You can stroll around, enjoy camp fire beside the river bed, do some group activity, antakshari game and picnic etc. Overnight Stay at Bhalukpong / Nameri / Tezpur.
Day 7 : BHALUKPONG TO DIRANG TOUR [4 hr 7 min (138.6 km) via Chariduar - Tawang Rd]
In the morning after breakfast you can enjoy River Rafting at Nameri (subject to availability). Later transfer to Dirang (200km 7hrs). En-route visit Tipi Orchidarium, a glass house with over 7500 Orchids.
Dirang is an ideal getaway in West Kameng district with beautiful apple orchards and sheep breeding farms. The entire place is surrounded by apple and kiwi orchards and the atmosphere is picturesque. After a long 5hrs long journey and some en route sightseeing activity, you must be tired. So after reaching Dirang, take rest, then you can start exploring the places around.
National Research Centre on Yak
Located in the West Kameng District, Dirang, Arunachal Pradesh 790101, this centre was set up in 1989 by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research in Dirang. This is the National Research Centre on Yak which is working to the overall improvement of Yak Farming in India. It is a popular tourist destination among travelers for Arunachal Package Tour.
This is basically a fort built in 7th-century to protect Bomdila from outside invasions. This fort was used as a prison and refuge centre during the World War & Vietnam War. Set among the pristine forestry area, this Dzong is adorned with appealing & intricate designs and a must visit place during Arunachal Tour.
Just 7 km away from Dirang, is a place with awesome beauty. During winter Black-necked cranes from China migrates here. These birds are known as "tung tung ka uk" to the local people which is one of the attraction of this pristine valley.
This is a 500 years old monastery that follow and practices Buddhism. This is place with complete serenity and visited by nature lovers.
Day 8 : DIRANG - TAWANG TOUR [4 hr 36 min (134.5 km) via NH13]
In the morning after breakfast visit the Kiwi & Apple Gardens. After viewing the beautiful valley of Dirang overlooking the river and inhabited by colorful tribes, drive for Tawang Tour (10,000 ft) crossing Sela Pass (13720 ft.) which runs through a small ridge and along the paradise lake. Stop to enjoy the Sella Pass and Paradise Lake. From the Sela pass road winds down to Jong Village. On the way to Jong visit Yashwant Garh War Memorial. After lunch at Jong Village starts for Tawang. On the way visit Nuranang Falls. Located in the Tawang district of Arunachal Pradesh, this is a spectaclar 100m high water falls which is a prime attractions during Arunachal Pradesh Tour. Overnight at Hotel in Tawang.
Day 9 : TAWANG MONASTERY TOUR [2km from Tawang Town]
This is the 9th day of our Arunachal Tour. Today in the morning after breakfast we will start to explore Tawang Monastery. The Monastery was established in the 15th century (in the year 1680-81) by Merag Lodroe Gyamtso - a contemporary of the fifth Dalai Lama. It is the second biggest and oldest Monastery in Asia. This monastery also known as the "Tawang Ganden Namgyal Lhatse" i.e. the celestial paradise of divine site chosen by the horse.
Tawang is called - The Land of Dawn lit Mountains. Situated at an altitude of 3,048m, Tawang gives you an unparallel view of the majestic mountain with pure beauty. This monastery is one of the largest Lamaseries of Mahayana sects in Asia and is the largest of its kind in India. Tawang Monastery is almost 400 year old and accommodates over 500 monks and houses priceless Buddhist texts and scriptures. Tawang Monastery is blessed with an 18 feet high statue of Lord Buddha situated at 10,000ft among the exotic Himalayan mountain ranges overlooking the Tawang-Chu valley. Stroll every nook and corner of this fabulous monastery and experience its grandeur. The Tibetan influence here is unmistakable.
Later we will visit the War Memorial commemorating the bravery of the Indian Soldiers of the Indo-China war of 1962. Witness the light & sound show in the evening. Overnight at Hotel in Tawang.
Day 10 : TAWANG LOCAL SIGHTSEEING TOUR [PT Tso Lake / Bumla Pass]
Today post breakfast we will visit some the best attractions in Tawang. First we will visit -
PT Tso Lake:
Locally Known as: Penga Teng Tso Lake
Altitude: 12,000 feet
Location: 20 km from Tawang
Best Time to Travel Pt Tso Lake: April to October
Things to do in Pt Tso Lake: Awesome beauty to behold + Skiing in winter
Located just 20km from Tawang City above 20,000 feet, this is a picturesque lake surrounded by the jaw dropping beauty of Mother Nature. Adorned with snow clad Himalayan mountain peaks and setting amongst the cool & tranquil ambience, this is a major tourist attraction in Tawang. The steady calm water of the lake, the cool breezes, the meandering clouds, the fluffy snow covered surroundings and pin drop serenity will fill your mind and soul with peace. Spend some quality time beside the lake and listen the sweet chirping of birds will glide you in to a different world. Only after visiting this mesmerizing lake, you will realize that your Arunachal Trip is a success from all aspect.
Elevation: 4,633 m
Location: 37 Km from Tawang District (Arunachal Pradesh, India)
Located at an elevation of 15,200 feet or 4,633 meter above the sea level & 37 Km from Tawang, the Bumla Pass which lies between Indo-China borders, is a prominent attraction of Arunachal Pradesh Package Tour. This is the path from where His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama entered India to take a refuge.
This place has strategic importance also. As it is the border point, a heavy deployment of military personal or Indian Army Jawans can be seen on the way to and from the pass. The pollution free weather is chill, minus degrees, snowing, bumpy roads and extremely cold between November to March. Very hard to survive this extrem temperature and we wonder how our Army Jawans are protecting our territories in this the harsh environment. Unless you see and experience it, it is hard to belief. After watching our soldiers that how they are protecting our Mother Land in this nerve-wracking weather condition, a respect for them and the feeling of patriotism instantly grows up.
To visit Bumla pass you have to get permit from the Office of the Deputy Commissioner in Tawang District and then Indian army cantonment of Tawang. The best time to visit here will be summers â€“ end of June to October.
If time permit, we will try to cever Sangetsar Lake which is also one of the prime attractions of Tawang, Arunachal
Day 11 : TAWANG TO BOMDILA TRANSFER [5 HR 31 MIN (176.7 KM) VIA NH13]
Location : Bomdila
Elevation : 2,415 m
District : West Kameng
Coordinates : 27.2645° N, 92.4159° E
After Breakfast proceed to Bomdila. Bomdila is a beautiful town located just 175km or 5 hrs journey from Tawang. With snow-capped mountains, lush green scenic valleys, dense forests around, orchids and orchards scattered around, Bomdila a boon for nature lovers. Miles away from the modern chaotic world, you will find absolute peace and tranquility while you will be in this place. Following are some of the best places which you can experience during your Bomdila Tour from Tawang.
Bomdila Monastery - Established in the year 1965, this monastery resembles Tsona Gontse Monastery of South Tibet. This monastery is a sacred place and has spiritual essence of Buddhism. The temple of Buddha in side of the monastery attracts pilgrims in a large numbers.
Upper Gompa - Known as Gentse Gaden Rabgyel Ling Monastery, it is a school to educate monk kids. This monastery is a symbol of traditional Buddhism and attracts lots of tourists and pilgrims.
Middle Gompa - Located close to the main market in Bomdila, this is one of the oldest Gompas in the town. This Gompa is best known for the Blue Medicine Buddha.
Lower Gompa - One of the sacred Gompha located in the middle of the town best known for its preserved traditions and a large prayer hall. This is one of the must visit place for tourist and pilgrims.
Tipi Orchidarium - Best known to have the largest variety of Orchid species found in India. The Orchidarium has over 50,000 varieties including some rarest species found anywhere in the world. So this is also a favorite tourist destination among travelers in Arunachal.
Apple Orchards - If you want to pluck fresh apples from the apple trees and enjoy a juicy bite, then travelling this orchards between September to October is best. You will fall in love with the place full of apple trees laden with apples in a large no. The apples here are so fresh, sweet and so cheap that you canâ€™t resist yourself to buy a few Kgs.
Apart from that, you can explore places like -
Bomdila View Point / Sessa Orchid Sanctuary / R.R. Hill / Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary / Dirang Valley / Craft Centre And Ethnographic Museum
Day 12 : BOMDILA TO NAMERI [3 hr 25 min (122.7 km) via Chariduar - Tawang Rd]
Address : Sonitpur, Guwahati, Assam 784001
Area : 200 km2
Established: 15 November 1998
After breakfast check out from your hotel in Bomdila and proceed for Nameri National Park, Assam famous for Tiger Reserve. Nameri National Park and Forest Reserve is located in the foothills of Himalaya's in the Sonitpur District of Assam. Nameri is one of the famous National Parks of India for Bird Lovers and Wildlife Photographers. Reach there, take rest. Later you can proceed for Rafring or Fishing or Jungle Walking. Evening is free for leisure so spend the time your own having bonfire in the river bank or enjoying grilled chicken in bonfire. Overnight Stay at Nameri National Park.
Distances of Nameri National Park from Different Location
|Guwahati||Nameri||4 hr 35 min (217.3 km) via NH 27|
|Tezpur||Nameri||56 min (36.5 km) via NH 15 and Balipara - Bhalukpung Rd|
|Bomdila||Nameri||3 hr 25 min (122.7 km) via Chariduar - Tawang Rd|
|Dirang||Nameri||4 hr 35 min (164.9 km) via Chariduar - Tawang Rd|
|Sangti Valley||Nameri||4 hr 52 min (172.3 km) via Chariduar - Tawang Rd|
|Itanagar||Nameri||3 hr 48 min (153.4 km) via NH 15|
|Alipurduar||Nameri||9 hr 28 min (436.2 km) via NH 27 and NH 15|
Day 13 : NAMERI NATIONAL PARK TO ITANAGAR [3 hr 48 min (153.4 km) via NH 15]
Morning after breakfasts enjoy river rafting on the sparkling Jia Bharali River which passes through Nameri National Park. This park is adventure lover's paradise. You can also try angling in the river. After spending quality time in Nameri, Later drive to Itanagar. Itanagar is the capital of the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. Itanagar is situated at the foothills of Himalayas. After reaching Itanagar check in a city hotel. Evening is free for leisure. Overnight Stay at Itanagar.
Day 14 : ITANAGAR TO ZIRO [4 hr 31 min (109.5 km) via NH13]
This is your 14th day of Assam Meghalaya Arunachal Pradesh Package Tour. Today in the morning after breakfast, we will visit Ganga Lake and Buddha Temple. Later transfer to Ziro.
Ziro is a beautiful town and hill station located in the lap of eastern Himalaya in Lower Subansiri district in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. The beauty of this hill station is enough to make you awe with its breathtaking beauty. This place is the home town to the famous Apatani Tribe - one of the major ethnic groups of eastern Himalayas with distinctive culture and tradition.
Ziro is famous for its annual music festival that is also the biggest music festival in the state of Arunachal Pradesh and drags lots of visitors, young music enthusiast and music lovers. A trip to Ziro is more enough to spellbind every visitor with its alluring grandeur adorned by Mother Nature. With pleasant summer and cool winter, this place can peace your heart and rejuvenate your mind from inner core.
TIPS : To travel Ziro, you need to produce an Inner Line Permit (ILP) for Indians and a Protected Area Permit (PAP) for foreigners.
Places to Visit in Ziro:
Talley Valley Wildlife Sanctuary - Just 16 km from Ziro, this sanctuary is home to various endangered species of plants, animals and insects like leopards, butterflies, silver fir trees, Pleioblastus Simone - a kind of rare bamboo species and varieties of ferns.
Shiva Lingam at Kardo Forest - Just 4 km away from Hapoli Township, this is a 25 ft tall and 22 ft wide Shiva Lingam that was discovered at Kardo forest. Large number of devotees throngs here every day. This is a must visit place in Ziro.
Meghna Cave Temple - This is a majestic cave temple situated at an altitude of 300 ft. This place is surrounded by dense forest, lush greenery and stunning view of the valley.
Kile Pakho - Situated 7 km from old Ziro, this is an amazing place for nature lovers. From here one can behold a panorama of entire Ziro plateau.
Tarin Fish Farm - Located at a distance of approx 3 km from Hapoli Town, this place is famous for practicing the tribe Apatanis method of indigenous farming for breeding high altitude fish. This place is very famous among Ziro valley travelers.
How to Reach Ziro?
Ziro can be travelled in various ways :
- Ziro can be travelled from Jorhat Airport
- You can trvel Ziro from Tezpur Airport also
- Ziro can be visited from Guwahati Airport by road
- By train, Ziro can be travelled from Kathal Pukhuri Station, Naharalagun Station and North Lakhimpur Station
- With a flight from Guwahati to Lilabari Airport, we can travel to Ziro
Different Distances to Note for Ziro Tour
|Jorhat Airport ||Ziro||7 hr 42 min (190.2 km) via NH13|
|Tezpur Airport||Ziro||8 hr (270.6 km) via NH 15 and NH13|
|Guwahati Airport||Ziro||12 hr 11 min (444.2 km) via NH 15|
|Kathal Pukhuri Station||Ziro||4 hr 19 min (117.3 km) via NH13|
|Naharlagun Station ||Ziro||3 hr 46 min (95.1 km) via NH13|
|North Lakhimpur Station||Ziro||4 hr 30 min (119.2 km) via NH13|
Day 15 : FULL DAY ZIRO VALLEY SIGHTSEEING
Early morning after breakfast visit to the village of Apatani Tribe and experience their lifestyle, culture in the valley. Enjoy some cultural events of Apatani Locals. Also, taste Tapyo salt - a unique herbal salt prepared by Apatani people which makes the Apatani distinct from the other tribal communities of the Arunachal Pradesh.
The other major tourist attractions of Ziro include Paddy cum fish culture, Tarin Fish Farm and Ziro Putu. Later in the day, visit Talley valley for its diverse flora and fauna ranging from sub-tropical to alpine forests. Overnight Stay at Ziro.
Day 16 : ZIRO TO ITANAGAR (110 KM / 4 HRS)
After breakfast bid adieu the beautiful Ziro and start for Tezpur. As it could be a long journey, almost 280km long, so can take 5 to 6 hrs depending upon the road traffic and weather condition. It is advised to start early from Ziro. Lunch will be on the way. Then drive to Itanagar. Evening is free for leisure. Overnight Stay at Itanagar.
Day 17 : ITANAGAR - KAZIRANGA NATIONAL PARK [5 hr 15 min (195.5 km) via NH715]
After breakfast from Tezpur drive to Kaziranga National Park. From Yezpur, Kaziranga is almost 50km and can be travelled within 1.30hrs. Kaziranga is UNESCO World Heritage Site (declared in 1985) inhabited by the world's largest population of one-horned rhinoceroses, as well as many mammals, including tigers, elephants, panthers and bears, and thousands of birds. As per census 2018 by the Forest Department of Assam Government, there are now approx 2400 rhinos which are the prime attraction of this park.
On arrival check in your pre booked resort or hotel and refresh. This day is free for leisure. Post lunch you can visit nearby area of the park, or you can visit Kaziranga National Park Orchid and Biodiversity Park explore local people, their life style, try local Assamese food like Pitha made with black rice and jaggery, Peda, and most importantly Assamese Pan. In the evening you can arrange Karbi Bamboo Dance in the resort or bon fire with grill chicken and enjoy the night with songs and dance. Overnight Stay at Hotel / Resort at Kaziranga National Park.
Day 18 : KAZIRANGA SAFARI [ELEPHANT + JEEP]
After early wake-up (6 am) in the morning, we will take you to the riding point for Kaziranga Elephant Safari in the Western Range which is known as Bagori Range. It is approx one hour safari and in a day two times it happens. If the demand is heavy due to tourist influx, an extra safari can be arranged later. First Elephant Safari starts at 6.30am and second at 8.30am and 4 to 6 elephants together depart for jungle safari.
Point to be noted that Bagori Range is best for Elephant Safari and there is no Elephant Safari in Kaziranga National Park in the evening.
Let's proceed for your much awaited elephant safari on the back of trained elephant which generally carry 4 guests at a time with Mahoot. Soon after the safari start, you can watch the famous One-Horn Rhino within the jungle from stone throwing distance. If your luck favors, you can view other animals also like hog deer, water buffalo, wild boar, spotted deer and even tiger also. Explore the safari at its best. Enjoy the wild beauty at proximity like never before.
After the elephant safari, return to the Resort. Relax and freshen up. After lunch, drive to Kaziranga Central Range or Kohra Range for the Kaziranga Jeep Safari. The Central zone of the Kaziranga National Park is the prime zone for ecotourism in the Kaziranga forest. The entry gate to the central zone is situated just about two km from the National Highway passing through the village of Kohora. The Kaziranga Jungle Safari offers you some spectacular sightings of the Rhinos grazing or wallowing in the large grassland, a herd of elephants with the adorable baby elephants to big old elephants in the herd, and many other species of the wild flora and fauna of this tourism zone. Post safari, on the way returns to hotel you can visit local tea garden. Can experience tea leaves collecting and take some pictures in the tea garden. Evening is free for leisure. You can arrange Bihu Dance Show in the resort and shake your legs too with the dancers. Exhausted after day long activity, letâ€™s go to sleep after dinner.
Kaziranga Elephant Safari Price - [Kohora Range / Bagori Range]
|Indian||Western Range (Bagori)||INR 1000|
|Foreigner||Central Range (Kohora)||INR 2100|
Kaziranga Jeep Safari Price - [Kohora Range / Bagori Range / Agaratoli Range]
|Range||Vehicle||Entry Fee/Indian||Entry Fee/Foreigner|
|Central Range (Kohora)||INR 2700 (Incl Road Toll)||INR 100||INR 650|
|Western Range (Bagori)||INR 2800 (Incl Road Toll)||INR 100||INR 650|
|Eastern Range (Agaratoli)||INR 3200 (Incl Road Toll)||INR 100||INR 650|
Day 19 : KAZIRANGA - MAJULI [4 hr 31 min (151.0 km) via NH715]
data goes hereMorning after breakfast we will proceed to Jorhat. En route we will cross the Namdang Stone Bridge (The Namdang bridge, cut out from a single solid rock over the Namdang river, was constructed by king Rudra Singha in 1703). We will reach Nimati Ghat and take a Ferry to Majuli. After approximately one and half hours of sailing we will arrive at Majuli Island (Majuli has been the cultural capital and the cradle of Assamese civilization for the past five hundred years.
After Reaching Majuli we visit Sri Sri Auniati Satra founded by Niranjan Pathak Deva. The satras are famous for the "Paalnaam" (Monastery Prayer) and Apsara Dances (Dance of the Angels) and also its extensive assortment of ancient Assamese artifacts, utensils, jewellery and handicrafts and Natun Samaguri Satra (Shamaguri Satra is a unique feature of Vaishnavism in Assam). After exploring these places enriched with rich tradions and culture, we will proceed to the hotel for night stay.
Day 20 : MAZULI - JORHAT [TOUR ENDS]
After breakfast Check out from the hotel and transfer to Jorhat Airport [JRH] / Jorhat Town Railway station for the onward journey.