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KAZIRANGA SHILLONG CHERRAPUNJEE

 

DURATION: 05 NIGHTS / 06 DAYS

 

Day 1: Guwahati – Kaziranga
Arrive Guwahati & drive to Kaziranga (no jungle activity on day of arrival). Overnight at Kaziranga.

 

Day 2: Kaziranga National Park

After breakfast onward Western range it takes 25 minutes by jeep to reach the entrance of this Range. The route traverses the southwest portion of the park. This range has maximum short grass areas and is the optimum habitat for Rhino and Water Buffalo. Representative perennial ox-bow lakes surrounded by marshy Haemarthia compress stands can be seen. Part of the drive is also through Low Alluvial Savannah Woodland.

 

Day 3: Kaziranga – Shillong
Before breakfast proceed to the Eastern (Agaratuli) Range. Situated towards the eastern part of the park. The area is excellent for birding. Includes nesting of the globally threatened Pallas's Fish Eagle and a colony of Spot-billed Pelicans. Migrant waterfowl may be observed at Sohola Beel. Various woodland birds can be seen along the drive through very scenic Dillenia Swamp Forest. Elephants may be encountered, as well Water Buffalo and Swamp Deer. After breakfast leave for Shillong. It will take roughly 7 hours to get to Shillong with stops. Enroute Jorabat (3 and half hours) where there are many eating joints. Jorabat to Shillong is roughly 100 km and it is mainly hill road. Overnight at Shillong.

 

Day 4: Shillong – Cherrapunjee – Shillong


Early morning drive to Cherrapunjee (6 am) and visit Mawsmai cave , Seven sister fall, echo park and  Return to Shillong. Night stay at Shillong.

 

Day 5: Shillong

Leisurely breakfast onward first visit Donbosco Musuem which is the best tribal artifact museum of North east India. It is located at a stone's throw distance from Yallana. After this you can go onward to Bara bazaar, market with traditional wares. known to be the largest market in the Northeast, stalls mostly run by Khasi women. There is not much to buy for the purpose of modernity in shopping but good quality natural honey is available. You can skip Barabazar make an excursion to Smit. Smit is the cultural center of the Khyrim Syiemshim of the Khasi people. Here stands the Ingsad residence of the Queen of the Khyrim, where the timber-work done without using nails. The Queen mother is the high priest of Hima Khyrim (read Khyrim state). She is the custodian of the rites and rituals of the Khasi religion. This place needs a short stop and the area is very quiet and rural. The famous Nongkrem dance is held here annually in November. While returning from Smit Shillong Peak (alt 1965 m) can be visited for a photo-stop panoramic view of the Shillong plateau where the present township has developed. There will be time for a stopover at Elephant falls before returning for a late lunch in one of the many good restaurant in police Bazar area. After lunch, some free time will be available before proceeding to the daily traditional archery competition where different Khasi clans participate. Bets are legal 1:80 odds (most lucrative odds in the world)

 

Day 06: Shillong - Guwahati

After breakfast check out from Hotel and drive straight to Guwahati. Enroute stop at Umium lake for water sports and after that back to Guwahati. If time permits visit srimanta shankardev kalakshetra and then drop at airport to catch the flight for your onwards journey.

 

Package Cost à Rs. 13,850/- per person (based on 06 pax)

 

Cost Included:

    • - Transportation by Innova (From Guwahati airport to Kaziranga and back Guwahati airport)
    • - Sightseeing as per the itinerary
    • - 05 nights’ accommodation on triple sharing basis
    • - All meals at hotel / resort
    • - 01 Elephant ride
    • - 02 Game drives
    • - Entrance fee to the park
    • - All fuel charges, parking fee
    • - All taxes


     

     

     

     

     

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