Upon arrival in Guwahati (Assam) – Gateway to North-East, you will be driven to Shillong (Meghalaya – literally means Abode of Clouds). The State separates Assam Valley and Plains of Bangladesh. Between June and September when it rains, it creates very impressive water falls. Visit Cherrapunji, one of the wettest place on the Planet. Visit Nameri - located in the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas in the Sonitpur District of Assam - India and is the third national park in Assam. Visit Tawang via Bomdila. Tawang - situated in western most part of Arunachal Pradesh. You will cross SELA PASS at a height of 14000ft, one of the highest motorable Roads. The area of this district is approximately 2,172 Sq.km, bounded by Tibet (China) to the north, Bhutan to the south-west and Sela ranges separated from West Kament district in the east. Visit Tawang Gompa overlooking part of Tibet. This was in the route selected by Dalai Lama to enter India. The Monastery is one of the largest in Asia with 1000 Monks. The Library has priceless collections of Books. Next Visit Kaziranga National Park to see One Horn Rhino. This Park boasts of wildlife particularly One hornd Rhino, which one can see leisurely from Central Ranges on Elephant. One can also visit the Woodland area in Eastern Ranges to spot the Migratory Birds.
Visit the famous monument of Delhi and continue to the exciting journey via Guwahati, the Gateway to North East and Capital. Upper Assam is famous for its Tea Gardens. Visit HAJO, where you will come across the pilgrimage centre for Hindus and Muslims with Temples and Mosques. Walk through the Old Guwahati . A Short walk will take you the River Bank of Brahmaputra along a well prepared promenade. Visit Kaziranga National Park to see One horn Rhino. The Park is divided into Western, Central and Eastern ranges. From Central ranges, one can take Elephant Safaris early morning to see the wild life. Eastern ranges mostly consist of woodland and it is here that you can see a wide variety of Birds. Bengal Tigers can be seen by visiting Sunderbans in South of Kolkata. You can see these famed Tigers in mangrove Forests and also swimming in various channels. You will cruise through the waterways to spot the wild life like spotted Deer, Long Water Monitor or Kingfisher. On the eastern side it borders with Bangladesh. There are about 300 Tigers. Proceed to Kolkata for your onward journey.
Tour starts from Kolkata, West Bengal’s Cultural and Intellectual city. Visit the Victoria Memorial, Howrah Bridge and the Jain Temple. A short flight will take you to Bagdogra, the Airport to Darjeeling famous for Tea Plantations overlooking Khangechendzonga mountains. Take a joy ride on UNESCO HERITAGE TRAIN. Visit Tiger Hill to see the sun rise and the Mount Everest. Travel to Western Sikkim city of Peling to see Pemyangtse Monastery. Pelling is also a Gateway for many soft and difficult treks. A visit to Gangtok will unveil the philosophy of Buddhism as this is one of the learning centre for Buddhism with many monasteries. Visit the Rumtek Monastery and the Tsomago Lake. Juggle your way throughbeautiful mountains and rivers to Phuntsholing (Bhutan). Bhutan, a Buddhist kingdom on the Himalayas’ eastern edge, is known for its monasteries, fortresses (or dzongs) and dramatic landscapes that range from subtropical plains to steep mountains and valleys. In Thimpu Capital of Bhutan visit National Memorial Chorten built as world peace Centre. The paintings and statues will provide you deep inside knowledge of Buddhist philosophy. Travel to Punakha via Dochula Pass. From this pass you can see many Peaks. Visit the PunakhaDzong. Continue your journey to PARO and visit the Takshang Monastery. You will fly to Kolkata for your journey back to Sweet Home.