11 Nights & 12 Days
#3Sisters: Assam | Meghalaya | Arunachal Pradesh
Guwahati Shillong (2N) Bhalukpong (1N) Dirang(1N) Tawang (3N) Dirang(1N) Kaziranga (2N) Guwahati (1N)
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All through the year except during monsoon (June to September)
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Family travellers, experiential travellers, inbound
AS008: Guwahati Shillong (2N) Bhalukpong (1N) Dirang(1N) Tawang (3N) Dirang(1N) Kaziranga (2N) Guwahati (1N)
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all through the year except during monsoon (June to September). Kaziranga national park is best visited between November and April to avail of the safaris.

Tour Brief & Highlights

Here is an itinerary which will walk you through the  wildlife at Kaziranga, along with the much-visited destinations of Meghalaya i.e. Shillong –Cherrapunjee and the main destinations of Arunachal Pradesh – Tawang and Dirang

  • For those of you who have thought Indian one-horned rhinoceros only existed in Jurassic-era, then a trip to Kaziranga must be in your travel list. Kaziranga National park’s 430 square kilometer area showered with swampy lagoons, elephant-grass meadows, and dense forests are home to more than 2200 Indian one-horned rhinoceros, approximately 2/3rd of their total world population. 
  • This park is the breeding ground of elephants, the iconic Greater one-horned rhinoceros, wild water buffalo, and swamp deer. Over time, the tiger population has also increased in Kaziranga, and that’s the reason why Kaziranga was declared as Tiger Reserve in 2006.
  • The amazing wildlife conservation activities have made the park successfully manage to grow the population of Greater one-horned rhinoceros, an endangered species.
  • GUWAHATI, known as the largest city of North-East India is quite famous for KAMAKHYA TEMPLE (One of the Shaktipeeth temples) and also popular for the Mighty BRAHMAPUTRA RIVER.
  • Shillong, a very popular tourist destination in the North formerly called Yeddo or Lewduh, city, capital of Meghalaya state in northeastern India is located in the east-central part of the state on the Shillong Plateau, at an elevation of 4,990 feet (1,520 meters).
  • Shillong, derived from the name, Lei Shillong, an idol worshipped at the Shillong Peak is the home to numerous waterfalls.
  • The breathtaking waterfalls being the tallest ones to ever witness is one of the key reasons why people visit Shillong.
  • Cherrapunji in Meghalaya, also known as Sohra which was pronounced “Churra” by the British and it eventually evolved into the current name, Cherrapunji.The name “Cherrapunji” which means ‘land of oranges’ was first used by tourists from other parts of India.
  •  Located around 50 km from Shillong is known for its double-decker living root bridge and is famous for its rich flora and natural attractions.
  • In the whole of Arunachal Pradesh, you will literally be introduced to paradise in this little village Dirang.
  • Dirang is a beautiful hill station comprising Tribal Mahayana Monapas sharing their traditions and heritage which are similar to Western Bhutan. 
  • Dirang is located on a picturesque valley in between Bomdilla and Tawang and due to its lower altitude than Bomdila the weather is much milder & comfortable, a constant wind blows along the river valley making it a very pleasant place to stay. 
  • Tawang is the largest Buddhist Monastery in India and the second largest in the world making it the most important site of pilgrimage for the Buddhists. This beautiful majestic Monastery truly lives up to its name and is also called the Galden Namgey Lhatse which literally means ‘celestial paradise in a clear sky’.
  • The best time to visit Tawang is between March to August where you can witness a pleasant cool climate. If you wish to enjoy the snowfall, early winter from October to December would be the ideal time for sightseeing and being showered by snowfall.
  • Torgya, also known as Tawang-Torgya, is a monastic festival held every year for three days in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh according to the Buddhist calendar, the dates of this festival are from 28th to 30th in the month of Dawachukchipa, which corresponds to 10 to 12 January of the Gregorian calendar.
  • It is believed that celebrating the colorful 3-day festival chases out the evil spirits that accompany misfortunes and diseases.

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Interesting!!! – Kaziranga is popularly known as the home of the Big Five – the elephant, rhinoceros, wild buffalo, tiger and Swamp Deer KAZIRANGA is declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and famous for the One Horned Rhinoceros

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Living root bridges

Meghalaya’s double-decker and single-decker root bridges are unique in the world and are a sight to behold. The bridges are tangles of massive thick roots, which have been intermingled to form a bridge that can hold several people at a time.


The 400-year-old Tawang monastery is not only one among the oldest but it is named one among the largest Indian monasteries. Torgya, also known as Tawang-Torgya, is an annual festival that is exclusively held in Tawang Monastery

Bird watchers and trekkersuse Dirang as their base camp before venturing towards Mandla. Dirang valley is also famous for medicinal plants that are found in plenty here.

Before You Go

  • To visit Assam no entry permits are required for Indians or foreigners.
  • To go to ARUNACHAL PRADESH, Inner Line Permits are needed for both Indian and Foreign Nationals
  • To visit BUM-LA(the Indo-China border above 16,500 ft above sea level) and SANGET-SAR LAKE (popularly known as Madhuri Lake ), a 3 nights stay at Tawang is required as permits to visit both are required.
  •  Do carry comfortable footwear and clothing which will blend with nature. Traveling with toddlers and infants is not recommended as safari should be the least noisy activity for the best experience!
  •  Permits for safari: The park safaris should be booked in advance and photo ID proof {passport copy (overseas and Indian Nationals), voters ID, Pan Card, driving license} is required to book the safaris. Different charges apply for Indian national and Foreign nationals.
  • Carry adequate cash in Indian currency as ATMs might not be available in remote areas
  • Carry at least one of your identity proofs

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