10 Day itinerary to north east India from Guwahati


Visiting north east is one of the dreams of every Indian. Do you recall saying to your friends about visiting north east? Yes this is the time to live your dreams, get your backpack and head to north-east!

Dob't worry about the itenrary, you will find a 10 day details itenerary covering major attractions of seven sisters!

Guwahati is well connected to all parts of India, you can start from there.

Day 1: Guwahati to Shillong

Start your journey from Guwahati to Shillong, the capital city of Meghalaya.

Visit Umiam Lake, also known as Barapani, and enjoy the scenic views of the lake and the surrounding hills.

Visit Don Bosco Museum, which showcases the culture and heritage of the North-Eastern states.

Day 2: Shillong to Cherrapunjee

Drive to Cherrapunjee, known for its lush green hills and waterfalls.

Visit the Nohkalikai Falls, which is one of the tallest waterfalls in India.

Visit the Mawsmai Caves, known for their unique limestone formations.

Day 3: Cherrapunjee to Mawlynnong

Drive to Mawlynnong, known as the cleanest village in Asia.

Explore the village and see the unique living root bridges that are made by the locals.

Visit the nearby Riwai Village to see the balancing rock, a natural rock formation.

Day 4: Mawlynnong to Dawki

Drive to Dawki, a small town on the border of India and Bangladesh.

Visit the Umngot River, which is known for its crystal clear waters and the suspension bridge over it.

Take a boat ride on the river to see the natural beauty of the area.

Day 5: Dawki to Jowai

Drive to Jowai, a town in the Jaintia Hills district of Meghalaya.

Visit the Thadlaskein Lake, which is known for its beautiful scenery and the legend of a mythical creature living in the lake.

Visit the Nartiang Monoliths, which are ancient stone structures that date back to the 16th century.

Day 6: Jowai to Mawsynram

Drive to Mawsynram, known as the wettest place on earth.

Visit the Mawjymbuin Cave, which is known for its stalactites and stalagmites.

Visit the Mawsynram Waterfall, which is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the region.

Day 7: Mawsynram to Kaziranga National Park

Drive to Kaziranga National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its one-horned rhinoceroses.

Take a jeep safari or elephant ride to see the wildlife of the park.

Visit the nearby Karbi Anglong Hills to see the beautiful tea plantations.

Day 8: Kaziranga National Park to Majuli Island

Drive to Majuli Island, the world's largest river island.

Visit the Satras, which are ancient monasteries that showcase the unique culture and traditions of the island.

Take a sunset boat ride on the Brahmaputra River to see the natural beauty of the area.

Day 9: Majuli Island to Sivasagar

Drive to Sivasagar, known for its rich history and culture.

Visit the Sivasagar Tank, which is a man-made lake and a popular tourist attraction.

Visit the Rang Ghar, which is an ancient amphitheater that was used for entertainment during the Ahom dynasty.

Day 10: Sivasagar to Guwahati

Drive back to Guwahati to conclude your trip.

Visit the Kamakhya Temple, which is a famous Hindu temple dedicated to the goddess Kamakhya.

Visit the Assam State Museum to learn about the history and culture of the state.

End your trip by shopping for souvenirs at the local markets.