Assam is a state in northeastern India. Located south of the eastern Himalayas, Assam comprises the Brahmaputra Valley and the Barak Valley along with the Karbi Anglong and Dima Hasao districts with an area of 30,285 sq mi.

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Day 01 : GUWAHATI- SHILLONG

Arrival at Guwahati received and transfers to Shillong (120 kms / 03 hrs) – The romantic city of Shillong has been one of the important tourist destinations in the northeast. It is often referred to as the “Scotland of the East” due to its striking similarity with the Scottish highlands. The city derives its name from “Leishyllong”-the Superpower or God who is believed to reside on the Shillong peak, overlooking the city. Lying in the cradle of the tall pine conifers
and pineapple shrubs, Shilling’s undulating terrain is a constant source of attraction for tourists from both home and abroad. The Khasi, Jaintia and Garo tribes add color to this hilly city located at an altitude of 1465 meter. Dinner & overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 02 : SHILLONG – CHERRAPUNJEE – SHILLONG
After breakfast, day excursion to Cherrapunjee- locally and officially known as Sohra, is 56 kms from Shillong, and a “must see” destination for all tourists. Apart from being the record holder for the heaviest rainfall, it was the headquarters of the Khasi/Jaintia province during British rule which was however shifted to Shillong in 1864, due to the inconvenience caused by excessive rain during the monsoon months. The average rainfall is 12,000 mm a year and the record for a single day was 2455 mm recorded in 1974 confirming it as the “Wettest place on Earth”.. Dinner & overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 03 : GUWAHATI- LOCAL SIGHT SEEING

After breakfast, transfer to Guwahati, afternoon local sight seeing, KAMAKHYA Temple, BALAJI Temple, and many more places. Dinner and over stay at Hotel.

Day 04 : GUWAHATI –AIRPORT

After breakfast proceed to Airport for onward destination.