Hills of Meghalaya are
home to some of the longest and deepest caves in South Asia. In
this tour we go caving inside Krem Mawmluh, a seven Km long cave
and also trek to Living root Double decked bridge at Cherrapunjee.
Day 01:Arrival at Guwahati
After a brief welcome ceremony on arrival at Guwahati drive on and
check into your hotel room. Stay overnight at Guwahati.
Day 02: After breakfast visit Kamakhya Temple, a Major Hindu
After an early breakfast visit Kamakhya Temple. During the
festival of Ambubashi more than a million devotees throng this
holy place. Return to hotel after paying homage to the mother
goddess Kamakhya. Drive on to Cherrapunjee (170 Kms), the wettest
region in the world receiving highest rainfall. Visiting en-route
Borapani Umiam Lake, a majestic placid lake with its surrounding
sylvan hills Overnight stay in Cherrapunjee.
Day 03: Explore Krem Mawmluh Cave.
This cave is located half a km west of Cherrapunjee adjacent to
the small hamlet of Mawmluh. The cave has five-river passage with
impressive proportions. The cave has a length of over seven Kms.
Also visit the Waterfalls of Cherrapunjee. Stay overnight at
Day 04: After an early morning breakfast walk to the Double Decker
Living Root Bridge,
An engineering marvel of Indigenous Khasi Tribesmen. Who weaved
the routes of the ereca tree to make bridges across streams.
Return to Chera Tourist Resort after a picnic lunch at the bridge.
Evening at leisure to experience the breathtaking views of the
Khasi hills and the plains of Bangladesh Stay overnight at
Day 05: After breakfast drive to Shillong; also called 'Scotland
of the East".
En-route visit Elephanta falls and Shillong peak for some
breathtaking views. Stay overnight at Shillong.
Day 06: Morning sightseeing at Shillong,
Admire the beauty of Shillong. It is erstwhile capital of
undivided Assam; present North-East and home to the Khasi Highland
tribes. Stay overnight at Shillong.
Day 07: Shillong-Guwahati-Depart