Meghalaya Dare Group - 28 Aug 2022(7N8D)

(8 Days 7 Nights)

INR 39999 INR 43999

  • (N)
  • Shillong(1N)
  • Cherrapunjee(3N)
  • Shillong(2N)
  • Guwahati(1N)

Meghalaya Dare Group - 28 Aug 2022(7N8D)

(7 Nights 8 Days)
  • (N)
  • Shillong(1N)
  • Cherrapunjee(3N)
  • Shillong(2N)
  • Guwahati(1N)

INR 39999 INR 43999


- Mesmerizing Waterfalls

- Crystal clear Lakes

- Impressive mountains

- Scariest Mawryngkhang Trek

- Cherrapunji

- God’s Own Garden(Mawllynnong Village)

- Boating at Dawki

- Caves of Meghalaya

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INR 39999 INR 43999


Are you in love with the smell of rain, with the lush greenery and the pitter-patter of raindrops? Make a trip to the very abode of clouds, the captivating land of Meghalaya. Situated in north-east India, Meghalaya is known to receive the highest rainfall and remains wet through much of the year, making it an ideal Monsoon destination. The perennial rains make Meghalaya one of the most nature rich parts of the country. It has many Lakes, Waterfalls, Caves, Viewpoints, and Forests.
Tour Itinerary
(7 Nights 8 Days)

Day 1

Arrival At Guwahati and transfer to shillong

Upon arrival at Guwahati Airport (arrive by 12pm), you shall be picked up in your exclusive vehicle and transferred to Shillong. Enroute visit the largest manmade lake of Northeast India - Umiam Lake. Mesmerizing Waterfalls, crystal clear Lakes and impressive Mountains make up the city of Shillong. It is the capital of Meghalaya and an ideal place to unwind amidst natural beauty and serenity. Upon arrival, you are at leisure to explore the beautiful town of Shillong.

Day 2

Mawryngkhang - The Scariest Trek of Meghalaya

After breakfast, head towards Wahkhen, a small hamlet in the interiors of East Khasi Hills. Enroute, visit the Shillong Peak; the highest point in state of Meghalaya. Shillong Peak is a view-point where you can get breathtaking view of Shillong City. Visit the famous Elephant Falls - it is a two-tier waterfall set in the dingles of the rocks. Next on the list is the main attraction of the day; the spectacular ‘Mawryngkhang Trek’; considered to be one of the scariest treks of Meghalaya. The Mawryngkhang Trek starts from Wahkhen Village. To reach Mawryngkhang from Wahkhen, you have to walk down the mountain. Eventually, you will reach a rickety bamboo bridge that gradually takes you over a series of natural pools and past the ridge of the mountain with deep valley down below. The bridge is the result of hard work on the part of the locals and is perched on the side of huge solid rock. After walking right at the ridge of the mountain you will reach Mawryngkhang from where you can see deep valleys and high green mountains at a farther distance. It is a sight to behold and every step will seem worth the effort. Later, proceed to Cherrapunji for overnight stay.

Day 3

A Waterfall Tour

After breakfast, proceed towards Nohkalikai Falls; the tallest plunge waterfall in India. With a drop of about 335 m the Nohkalikai Falls is the fourth highest waterfall in the whole world. The mesmerizing beauty of the falls is aptly complemented by the stunning forests and verdant valleys all around. Situated in the lap of the rugged mountainous terrain, this waterfall is a gem hidden away from the clutches of the metropolitan life. Further, head to Dain-Thlen Waterfall; one of the most picturesque waterfalls in the region, and thus, an important hub for tourists in Cherrapunji. Visit ‘The Seven Sister Falls’ view point. The Seven Sister Falls is a kind of waterfall which symbolizes the seven states in Northeast India. This Waterfall is famed for its enormous size as the streams drop from limestone cliffs from a height of almost 1035 feet, and the waterfall has an average width of 70 metres. The most beautiful vistas of the waterfall can be witnessed during sunset and sunrise hours when vibrant colours illuminate the water streams. Monsoon marks the maximum footfall when the force of the water is at its peak and the falls are engulfed in clouds and mist. Later in the evening, visit Kynrem Falls. Kynrem Falls is a three-tiered waterfall, making for a scenic sight worth admiring. The crystal clear water stream plummets down from a height of nearly a thousand feet, leaving the spectators awestruck. The soft noise of the rumbling noise and dense mist adorning the water are bound to rejuvenate your soul. If time permits, head towards ‘Mawsynram’, regarded as the wettest place on Planet Earth. Mawsynram receives close to a whopping 12m of rain every year.

Day 4

Cherrapunji - Mawlynnong - Dawki - Cherrapunji

After breakfast, proceed towards Mawllynnong Village. Located in the East Khasi Hills of Meghalaya; also referred as ‘God’s Own Garden’, Mawllynnong has won the acclaim of being the cleanest village in Asia. The village known for its cleanliness is located around 90 kms from Shillong and is a community based eco-tourism initiative. The community has made collective effort to maintain the ambience of a clean village. The village offers picturesque natural beauty, a trek to the Single Decker Living Root Bridge at a neighbouring village Riwai. The village also offers a sight of natural balancing rock, a strange natural phenomenon of a boulder balancing on another rock. Later, proceed towards the small border town of Meghalaya, ‘Dawki’; popular for its famous Umngot River and a beautiful Suspension Bridge. Dawki lies between India and Bangladesh and is the trade hub between the two countries. The water of Umngot River is so clear that the boats floating on it look as if they are on a crystal glass surface. Enjoy a boat ride in the Umngot River and view of the surrounding greenery. Later return back to Cherrapunji for overnight stay

Day 5

Caves of Meghalaya

After breakfast, explore ‘Krem Mawmluh Cave’ - just outside of Cherrapunji having five river passages. The length of this is cave is 4503m. Later, explore another small cave ‘Krem Phyllut’; this cave has a large section of fossil passages - two stream ways and three entrances. The length of this cave is 1003m. Later, proceed towards Jaintia Hills. Explore ‘Krem Umthloo’; this is a beginnerfriendly river cave with gorgeous formations inside. There are 50 to 60m deep potholes that act as entrances in a dendritic pattern. ‘Krem Liat Prah’: this magnificent cave is the longest known in India. Currently, it is estimated to be 25km long. A major feature of this cave is its ginormous trunk passage, popularly known as the aircraft hangar. Enjoy the thrilling experience of Mawsmai Cave. Mawsmai Cave is a beautiful cave made of limestone, richly adorned with stalactites, stalagmites, columns and layered with sparkling Calcite Cristals. Later, head to Shillong for overnight stay.

Day 6

Shillong - Krang Suri Water Falls - Laitlum Canyons - Shillong

After breakfast, visit Krang Suri Waterfalls. Nestled in the serenity of Jaintia hills, Krang Suri falls is amongst one of the most scenic waterfalls of Meghalaya. The falls is blessed with shimmering blue waters and lush green picturesque surrounding. Later, visit Laitlum Canyons, a wonderful spot covered in mystical mist and fog. The viewpoint is one of the most popular and sought after attractions for adventure and nature lovers.

Day 7

Shillong to Guwahati

After breakfast, proceed to Guwahati. Located in the state of Assam, Guwahati is one of the most visited destinations in North-East India. The former name of Guwahati was Pragjyotishpur which means ‘The City of Eastern Lights’. Situated on the banks of the Brahmaputra River and surrounded by the Shivalik Hills, Guwahati serves as a perfect getaway. In the evening, you could visit the Kamakhya Temple situated atop the Nilachal Hill. Noted to be the most sacred among the tantric shrines of Shakti worship in the world, Kamakhya, was built in the 10th century by the Koch King, Naranarayan. It is a common practice here to offer animal sacrifice to appease the Goddess.

Day 8

Onward Home

Today after breakfast, proceed to Guwahati Airport, bid adieu to Guwahati and this beautiful Landscape of the North-East, for your Onward Journey Home with great memories of ALifetimetrip.




Important Information

1. Please note that our Executive will hold placard with your name just outside the only exit gate of the Terminal.
2. The vehicle used will be exclusive for the couple / group but will not be at disposal. It will be as per contract & will change at advised / mentioned.
3. While most people in the north-east understand and speak English, Hindi is not very common except in Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, and Tripura to some extent, so travellers here should pick up a few phrases in the local languages if possible. 
4. Inner Line Permit (ILP) is required for entry. Please send us 2 passport size photographs for each Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram and Nagaland. Kindly scan and send us Photo identity proof & Address proof of each person including child. We require at least 10 official working days for processing the documents (ILP office remains closed on Saturday-Sunday).

cancellation policy

25% Charges of lump sum amount, anytime prior to 30 days of Tour Start.
50% Charges of lump sum amount, anytime within 30-15 days prior to Tour Start.
75% Charges of lump sum amount, anytime within 15-10 days of Tour Start.
100% Retention Charges thereafter.


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