En route from Dibrugarh to Ziro, we stopped to experience the beauty of the Brahmaputra River. It’s called Tsang Po in China, where it begins and Jamuna in Bengal where it flows into the Bay of Bengal. One of the most beautiful Himalayan Rivers, Brahmaputra runs for 18,000 miles. It is the only river in India with a male name (all other rivers in India have a female name), and is important for its use as a water body and for sanctity to the local Hindus. A nice cruise over this river will relax your mind and let you absorb the natural beauty on offer.
Arranged 10 kms from the city, Shillong Peak offers awesome perspectives of the city from a noteworthy height of 1965 m above ocean level. Shillong Peak, the most elevated point of Shillong, is found 5 km toward the south of the city and is 1961 meters which is 6,433 feet in height. Being the most astounding crest in the locale, it is frequently encompassed with mist. The top itself is not steep, but instead semi-round like that of a crown set on the level and broad top of the Shillong Hill. The crest is open by means of the Upper Shillong or Jowai Road. If you arrive on a day when mists don't play ruin sport, you will have the capacity to see the lofty Himalayan tops and the Bangladesh fields from here. Indian Air Force has its radar station here. This spot is a standout among the most well known tourist center in Shillong as a result of the breathtaking perspectives it offers.