North East India is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered, with its breathtaking landscapes, rich cultural heritage, and diverse ethnic communities. This unexplored region offers a unique and off-the-beaten-path experience for travelers seeking an authentic and enriching adventure. From the lush tea gardens of Assam to the misty hills of Meghalaya and the serene monasteries of Arunachal Pradesh, North East India is a treasure trove of natural beauty and cultural diversity. To ensure a seamless and memorable journey through this enchanting region, consider Imperial Lotus Tours as your trusted guide and partner.
Imperial Lotus Tours specializes in North East India tours, offering personalized itineraries that showcase the best of the region. Their experienced guides will take you on a captivating journey, sharing insights into the local culture, traditions, and history. Whether it's exploring the living root bridges in Meghalaya, witnessing the vibrant Hornbill Festival in Nagaland, or trekking through the pristine valleys of Sikkim, Imperial Lotus Tours ensures that you have a truly immersive experience. With their attention to detail, local expertise, and commitment to customer satisfaction, Imperial Lotus Tours will make your exploration of North East India an unforgettable adventure. Let them be your gateway to the hidden treasures and unique experiences that await in this captivating region.
Day 1: Arrival in Guwahati
Arrive at Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport in Guwahati. Meet your knowledgeable guide from Imperial Lotus Tours and transfer to your hotel. Take some time to rest and prepare for your North East India adventure.
Day 2: Exploring Guwahati and Kamakhya Temple
Start the day by visiting Kamakhya Temple, a revered Hindu pilgrimage site dedicated to the goddess Kamakhya. Experience the spiritual ambiance and enjoy panoramic views of Guwahati from atop the Nilachal Hill.
Explore the bustling streets and markets of Guwahati, including Fancy Bazaar, known for its handicrafts, textiles, and local products.
Visit the Umananda Temple, located on Peacock Island in the Brahmaputra River. Enjoy a scenic boat ride and soak in the serene atmosphere of this small island.
Day 3: Majuli Island – Cultural Haven
Travel to Majuli, the world’s largest river island and a cultural hub of Assam.
Explore the Satras (Vaishnavite monasteries) of Majuli, known for their spiritual and cultural significance. Witness the unique art forms, dance performances, and religious rituals.
Interact with the Mishing tribe, known for their traditional weaving techniques and vibrant cultural heritage.
Day 4: Kaziranga National Park – Wildlife Safari
Embark on an exhilarating wildlife safari in Kaziranga National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to the endangered one-horned rhinoceros.
Explore the park’s diverse ecosystems, including grasslands, wetlands, and forests, as you search for rhinos, tigers, elephants, and various bird species.
Visit the Kaziranga Orchid and Biodiversity Park, showcasing a wide variety of orchids and other native flora.
Day 5: Shillong – Scotland of the East
Travel to Shillong, the capital of Meghalaya, also known as the Scotland of the East.
Explore the picturesque Umiam Lake, surrounded by lush hills and offering boating and water sports activities.
Visit the Don Bosco Museum, showcasing the rich culture and heritage of North East India.
Day 6: Cherrapunjee and Living Root Bridges
Discover the natural wonders of Cherrapunjee, renowned as one of the wettest places on earth.
Witness the mesmerizing Nohkalikai Waterfall, the fourth-highest waterfall in the world.
Trek to the living root bridges of Meghalaya, marveling at the engineering marvels created by intertwining the roots of rubber trees.
Day 7: Dawki and Mawlynnong – Village Exploration
Visit Dawki, a small border town known for its crystal-clear Umngot River. Experience a boat ride on the river, gliding over the translucent waters.
Explore Mawlynnong, known as the cleanest village in Asia. Admire its well-preserved cleanliness, unique living root bridges, and beautiful flower gardens.
Day 8: Aizawl – Capital of Mizoram
Travel to Aizawl, the capital city of Mizoram.
Explore the vibrant local markets, showcasing traditional Mizo handicrafts, textiles, and delicious local cuisine.
Visit the Mizoram State Museum to learn about the history, culture, and traditions of the Mizo people.
Day 9: Guwahati – Departure
Return to Guwahati and spend the day at your leisure, exploring the city’s vibrant markets or indulging in last