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  • Vinod Bhat
    Navi Mumbai, India8 contributions
    In the last week of Dec'23 we took a captivating 8-day journey through Trip Northeast, exploring the enchanting landscapes of Cherrapunji, the pristine Mawlynnong village, the vibrant city of Shillong, the wild terrains of Kaziranga, and the cultural gems of Guwahati. Bikramjitji (Trip North East) managed planning the tour, while driver Kishore Dasji was with us all along taking us to nice places through the tour, giving us important inputs/tips.

    Day 1-2: Cherrapunji
    Waterfalls & Caves of Cherrapunji were great. The living root bridges and Nohkalikai Falls were awe-inspiring. We enjoyed a tent experience for Day1 at Cherrapunji and it was good. The clear sky, the full moon on the Christmas night, live music, full moon was enjoyable albiet we also felt it a bit cold. We were served with hot water for drinking on demand. In the morning the sunrise view was good too. Day2 went about sight seeing and we settled for a cottage on day 2 night.

    Day 3: Mawlynnong Village
    Enroute to Mawlynnong, we took a detour to Dawki River. Kishore Da was helpful to cut the queue and get the tickets faster for a boat ride. We hired two boats. The water at places was sparking clean with the riverbed being clearly visible. After lunch, we started our journey to Mawlynong. Known as Asia's cleanest village, Mawlynnong was a breath of fresh air. The unique living root bridges and the Sky Walk offered stunning views. The serene atmosphere and well-maintained surroundings left an indelible mark. Sameuel's Homestay was clean and provided a comfortable nights stay. Bangladesh is nearby and airtel ended up activating international roaming pack automatically on my postpaid account.

    Day 4: Shillong
    We started our journey to Shillong on day 4 and on the way we took a short stop at Khasi Hills which provided a mesmerizing valley view with plenty of greens and a cloudy blue sky. We had a quick lunch in nearby outlet and continued our journey to Shillong. By early evening we reached Shillong and did a quick walkthrough "Ward's Lake". In Shillong we explored Police Bazar and savoring local delicacies added a flavorful touch to the day.

    Day 5-6: Kaziranga
    Day 5, we started our long drive to Kaziranga early (9am). We had authentic Assemese lunch at Anurag Dhaba. On the way to Kaziranga, Kishore Da suggested a detour to Tezpur. Near Koliabhomora Bridge, we hired a motor boat at extra cost and went in to see dolphin point in Brahmaputra river (shores of Alimar Chak) . The view of Brahmaputra was breathtaking. We saw many dolphins (brown color), however they don't jump to too high out of water. Movements of Dolphins was too fast and random for our photography skills. We spent almost 2 hours there and after viewing the sunset we resumed our journey to Kaziranga. At Kaziranga, we stayed at Bikramji's cottage (Zakai Eco Camp). We concluded the day 5 with a local folk dance by local dancers and some astro photography in the backyard of the cottage. Kaziranga's wildlife extravaganza began on day 6 with an exhilarating elephant safari, encountering rhinos and wild buffalo up close. The afternoon Jeep safari deepened our connection with the diverse flora and fauna, making this a wildlife enthusiast's paradise. Through our stay the kitchen team lead by Gopalji made sure that they fed us with the local flavour. Bikramji's family was also incidentally present around due to school holidays and it was nice interacting with them.

    Day 7-8: Guwahati
    Day 7 we started our journey to Guwahati. On the way to Guwahati, we took opportunity to visit few temples on the way ( Trishuldhari shiva temple and Maha Mrityunjay Temple). Day 8 started very early(5am) with a visit to Kamakhya Temple. While the feel of spirituality cannot be denied, the temple queue management was a bit challenging taking us 4 hours+ for dharshan to be completed. Umananda Temple on Peacock Island offered serenity amid the Brahmaputra River. A lunch at Ghoomer Restaurant's delectable Rajasthani cuisine provided a fitting end to the journey. We dashed to Airport for a journey back home after the lunch.

    In conclusion, this Northeast expedition was a symphony of natural beauty, cultural richness, and wildlife adventure. Each destination offered a unique flavor, leaving us with memories to cherish. This journey is a must for those seeking a diverse and enriching travel experience. Trip Northeast & team enhance the experience by taking away the hassles of managing the travel & timing and providing required guidance to you.
    Written 14 January 2024
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  • Poulami M
    1 contribution
    This tour offered unparalleled opportunities to capture stunning images of wildlife in their natural habitat. The mentors were knowledgeable, and the tour was well-organized. Already planning my next trip!
    Written 6 February 2024
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  • taniadutta
    Doha, Qatar27 contributions
    There are 4 ranges and all safaris start from 3400Rs minimum and can go upto 4500Rs per range by jeep. We went for the closest one Kohora range and we saw lot of Rhinos, deers and elephants. If you are lucky you might see a tiger but we didn't see any. There are around 3500 rhinos apparently in the area. They charge 100Rs per DSLR that you take.
    Written 3 May 2023
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
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