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North east Tour Guwahati - Shillong - Tezpur - Tawang - Kaziranga - Kohima - Imphal

13 Nights - 14 Days

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Day 01: Guwahati - Shillong (99.2 Kms - 2H 43Min)

After breakfast check out of hotel & drive to Shillong.Check-in Hotel.Enroute visit Umiam Lake.

Overnight: Shillong

Day 02: Shillong 

After breakfast excursion to Cherrapunjee. Later local sightseeing in Cherrapunjee.

Overnight: Shillong.

Day 03: Shillong - Tezpur (244 Kms - 4H 55Min)

After breakfast drive to Tezpur.Check in to hotel.Rest of the day at leisure.

Overnight: Tezpur.

Day 04: Tezpur - Dirang (196 Kms - 6H 20Min)

After breakfast drive to Dirang,bye-passing Bomdila.Check-in Hotel Pemaling or similar.

Overnight: Dirang.

Day 05: Dirang - Tawang (129 Kms - 4H 55Min)

After breakfast drive to Tawang,en-route Sella Pass at 13,700 ft.

Overnight: Tawang.

Day 06: Tawang

Full day visit including Tawang Monastery,Penga Ten Tso (PTTso) Lake,craft centre and local market.

Overnight: Tawang.

Day 07: Tawang - Bomdila (171 Kms - 6H 11Min)

After breakfast drive to Bomdila.Check in to hotel Tsepal Yangjom or similar.

Overnight: Bomdila.

Day 08: Bomdila - Kaziranga (185 Kms - 5H 52Min)

After breakfast drive to Kaziranga.Check in to Jupuri Ghar or similar.

Overnight: Kaziranga.

Day 09: Kaziranga

Early morning go for Elephant ride at 5.00 am.Return for breakfast Jeep safari in the Central Range.

Overnight: Kaziranga.

Day 10: Kaziranga - Kohima (237 Kms - 6H 52Min)

After breakfast transfer to Kohima.Check in Hotel Japhu or similar.Rest of the day at leisure.

Overnight: Kohima.

Day 11: Kohima

After breakfast full day visit to Kohima including world war cemetery,Kohima village.

War cemetery: The well maintained memorial commemorates brave soldiers and warriors who laid their lives fighting the Japanese during the World War II.It is embellished by two tall crosses against the backdrop of seasonal roses & lush grass.The base of the lower cross, is engraved with touching lines:

When you go home, tell them of us & say;

For your tomorrow, we gave our today?

Nagaland state Museum: it is housed in ancestral weaponry & provides an insight into the Naga culture, traditions & history.The exquisitely carved gateposts, status pillars, statues & traditional Naga costumes & jewellery are the main exhibits of the museum.?

Kohima village: The village is said to be the biggest & most populous in entire Asia.According to Naga legend,the present day Kohima was founded here.At the entrance are exquisitely carved ceremonial gates, with the scimitar of horns of mithun (Bos Frontalis),symbolizing bravery & valor.

The Catholic Cathedral at Aradura Hill in Kohima,is one of the biggest cathedrals in North-east India.Its splendid architecture makes it one of the important landmarks of Kohima.The unique design created by blending the traditional with the orthodox developed into an architectural marvel.A must-visit place in Kohima.

Overnight: Kohima.

Day 12: Kohima - Imphal (137 Kms - 5H 9Min)

After breakfast drive to Imphal through the breathtaking mountain scenery.Later transferred to Hotel Classic or similar.Rest of the day free for own activities.

Overnight: Imphal.

Day 13: Imphal

Tour the capital including Loktak lake,Zoological Gardens,Khonghampat rchidarium,Shri Govindajee Temple,Khwairamband Bazaar,Manipur State Museum and Shahid Minar.

Overnight: Imphal.

Day 14: Imphal

After breakfast transfer to Imphal airport for onward journey.

End of the tour with unforgotten memories.

 

News

27/12/2018:

Railways New Year's Gift for Pilgrims: Soon a new railway line will make Dhanushkodi and Ram Setu accessible via train.

21/12/2018:

The near-defunct toy train in Darjeeling made famous by the iconic Bollywood movie Aradhana will now start a new run. The mini train will run 18 kms between Siliguri Junction & Rongtong a top tourist spot near Darjeeling also stopping at Sukna.

20/12/2018:

More than 5,100 specially trained Railway employees, including 2,600 RPF Personnel, have been tasked with assisting devotees in Kumbh Mela. Equipped with offline ticket-vending machines, these Rail Kumbh Sevaks will operate as mobile vendors & can be easily approached for tickets

20/12/2018:

Tirupati railway station set to undergo a major transformation with the construction of open waiting halls, premium executive lounges & spacious cloak rooms

20/12/2018:

Rath Yatris travelling to Odisha to seek Lord Jagannath's blessings have more reason to rejoice, as Railways has discontinued the Mela Surcharge that was applicable on major fairs & festivals, thereby making travel more affordable for devotees

19/12/2018:

Fog No Hurdle: Railways will use an innovative algorithm-based system to accurately predict train delays & inform passengers accordingly. In addition, fog safety devices are being used to alert loco pilots of approaching signals in case of poor visibility

19/12/2018:

Train Ticket Examiners will now be equipped with a Hand-Held Terminal that will enable them to officially mark an empty seat, automatically upgrading the status of waitlisted passengers who will now board the train with the assurance of a confirmed ticket

 
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