Arrive Guwahati by air. On arrival your meet your driver at the airport and set off towards Shillong. En- route stop at Umaim Lake to witness the fascinating view of the lake. Later check into hotel for overnight stay.
Arrive Guwahati by air. On your arrival meet your driver at the airport and then drive towards hotel. Check into hotel. Later we shall visit Kamakhya Temple – a majestic temple of the state. This temple is located in the Nilachal hills and one of the oldest of the 51 Shakti Pithas. Return to hotel for overnight stay.
Arrive Imphal by air. On your arrival meet your driver at the airport and drive towards hotel. Time permitting visit Kangla fort, The Imphal War Cemetery, Shree Shree Govindajee Temple and Khwairamband Bazaar.
After breakfast drive towards Sualkuchi – the silk village of Assam. Here we shall visit a household to see the processing of Silk from cocoons to finish product. All the weaving is still done on handloom. Later visit Hajo – the place popularly known as where the three religions meet namely: Hindu , Muslim and Buddhism. Here we shall visit HygribMadhab Temple and Puwa Mecca followed by visit to Sualkuchi Silk Village where one can see weaving/handmade fabrics in villagers house. Return to hotel for overnight stay.
Early morning we shall visit Pobitora WLS for an Elephant ride in the park followed by breakfast in a local resort. Later for a country boat ride on the Brahmaputra River. Return to hotel for lunch. Evening a jeep safari in the park. Later drive to Guwahati for overnight stay.
Morning go for city sightseeing starting your day by visiting Kamakhya Temple – a majestic temple of the state. This temple is located in the Nilachal hills and one of the oldest of the 51 Shakti Pithas. Umananda Temple – Shiva temple located on the Peacock Island, in the middle of river Brahmaputra. Peacock Island, which houses the Umanada Temple, is known as smallest inhabited Riverine Island in the world. Visit Nabagarha Temple the temple of the nine celestial bodies, is situated on a hill named Chitrachal. It is also known as the abode of one of the most important celestial bodies, the sun. The temple which is in existence at present was built by the King Rajesvar Singha in 1752 A.D. The garbhagriha or the inner quarter of the temple survived the earthquake, while the upper portion was rebuilt with corrugated iron sheets. Our lunch will be in a traditional Assam restaurant. Later visit Srimanta Sankardev Kalakshetra – an Assamese culture museum name after the medieval poet – play writer and reformer Sri Sankardev.
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