Travel Itinerary to Explore Splendors of North East

North East Indian states are the most beautiful region of India and indeed a paradise unexplored. Walk Through Incredible India offers best travel itinerary to explore Splendors of North East with 15 days holiday tour starting and ending at Guwahati.

Guwahati – Shillong – Dawki – Mawsynram – Cherrapunjee

Day 1 – Kamakhya Temple (Guwahati)


Guwahati is the gateway to the north east India,situated on the Bank of the Brahmaputra river in Assam. On your arrival, Stay one day in Guwahati visit the most famous Kamakhya Devi Temple for blessing.
Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary (Optional)
The city and surrounding region host famous tourist places, Temples,Uzan Bazaar, diverse wildlife and rare animals. Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary is home to elephants,pythons,endangered birds and primate species.

Day 2 – Shillong


Travel from Guwahati to Shillong by car, it will takes around 3 hours via NH 40, Take rest for some time and do a local Shillong Sight Seeing post lunch.

  • Police Bazar
  • Umiam Lake
  • Elephant Falls

Day 3 – Dawki


After breakfast visit the Dawki river town in West Jaintia Hills district by car via NH 206. 2.5 hour drive to Dawki, followed by Mawlynnong,cleanest village in Asia and famous for natural attraction, Come back to Shillong till evening.

Day 4 – Mawsynram


On day 4, drive to Mawsynram and Cherrapunjee, located on the southern slopes of the Khasi Hills. Mawsynram and Cherrapunji are two wettest place on the planet, located at a distance of 12 km from each other.

Day 5 – Cherrapunjee


Visit the most popular and must see attractions of Shillong and near by places of Cherrapunjee, Nohkalikai Falls is the tallest plunge waterfall in India and major tourist attractions along with Kynrem Falls and Mawsmai Falls in Cherrapunji.

  • Nahkalikai Falls
  • Mausmi Cave
  • Living Root Bridge


Guwahati – Kaziranga – Majuli- Sivasagar – Jorhat

Day 1 – Guwahati


Return back to Guwahati from Shillong (As per above journey) or start a new itinerary to majestic Assam. Stay one day in Guwahati and visit the ancient Hindu temples in the city and Paltan Bazaar, Fancy Bazaar.

  • Lankeshwar Temple
  • Ugro Tara Temple
  • Navagraha Temple

Day 2 – Kaziranga


Kaziranga National Park is about 225 kms from Guwahati and cheapest way is drive through NH 27 or NH 15. These are simple public buses available for Kaziranga, Hire a Cab and reach Kaziranga. Take the evening safari or elephant safari in the park.

Day 3 – Kaziranga


Full day Kaziranga sightSeeing, Morning and Evening safari to Kaziranga National Park, World Heritage Site. The park is home to great one-horned rhinoceroses,Indian elephants,Bengal Tiger, wild water buffalo and swamp deer.

Day 4 – Majuli


Morning after breakfast depart by car for Majuli, cross the mighty Brahmaputra river by ferry and stay overnight in Majuli,World’s largest river island.

Day 5 – Sivasagar


Early morning drive to Sivasagar town in Upper Assam,well known for its Ahom palaces and monuments. Sivasagar is home to famous Ahom ruins that include Talatal Ghar,Rang Ghar,Kareng Ghar,Sivadol Temple and Devidol.

  • Rang Ghar
  • Devidol
  • Talatal Ghar

Day 6 – Jorhat


Jorhat is 52 km by road from Sibsagar, one of the two sunshine cities of Assam. The city was the capital of the Ahom Kingdom and home to historical monuments.

  • Neemati Ghat
  • Lachit Bhawan
  • Dhekiakhowa Bornamghar

Tezpur – Bhalukpong – Dirang – Bomdila – Tawang

Day 1 – Tezpur


Return to Tezpur from Jorhat or start a new journey, Tezpur is a charming town and an ultimate stopover place for travellers journeying into Arunachal Pradesh and upper Assam.

  • Ganesh Ghat
  • Kankalata Udyan
  • Agnigarh Hill

Day 2 – Nameri


Nameri National Park is locatead at the foothills of the eastern Himalayas, around 35 KMs from Tezpur. The park is excellent elephant country and an ideal habitat for Leopard, sambar, dhole and Himalayan black bear.

Day 3 – Bhalukpong


After breakfast travel to Bhalukpong, small town lies along the Kameng river in West Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh. Tourist attractions in Bhalukpung include Tipi Orchidariurm,Pakhui Game Sanctuary,Fish angling and river rafting.

Day 4 – Bomdila


Leave Bhalukpong early in the morning for Bomdila, 3 hours 40 minutes drive from the Orchidarium in Bhalukpong. Bomdila offers excellent local sightseeing options such as mountain peaks, Kameng Valley and Buddhist monasteries.

  • Bomdila Monastery
  • Sessa Orchid
  • Apple Orchard

Day 5 – Dirang


Leave for Dirang in the early hours of morning, its around 3 hours 20 minutes drive from Bomdila. The picturesque town of Dirang is an ideal getaway for couple and surrounded with beautiful apple orchads, hot spring and trekking, Reach Tawang by late evening.

Day 6 – Tawang

Tawang is must visit place in entire north east, known for Tawang Monastery,Sela Pass and Pangang Teng Tso Lake. Enjoy full day tawang sightseeing and visit the Nuranang Waterfalls, Bumla Pass, Jaswant Garh and Gorichen Peak.

  • Tawang Monastery
  • Sela Pass
  • Pangang Teng Tso Lake


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