Fascinating Meghalaya Tour Package From ChennaiRated 4/5 (based on 221 reviews)

Fascinating Meghalaya Tour Package From Chennai6 Days & 5 Nights

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Overview

The rainy destination of India-Meghalaya-also called the abode of clouds is a site of natural abundance and beauty. The cascading waterfalls, greenery-swathed environs, and a backdrop adorned with bristling hills and moors, all make Meghalaya the true charm of North-East. With our uniquely fashioned Meghalaya tour packages from Chennai, brings forth a riveting affair in major north-eastern towns like Guwahati, Shillong, Cherrapunjee and various others.

Meghalaya trip packages from Chennai enables you to sight some of the most pristine cultural and historical edifices of North East. Upon reaching Chennai, your Meghalaya tour package from Chennai begins with your transferral to Guwahati. As you breathe in the Guwahati ambiance, Guwahati surprises you with its several alluring gems like Barapani Lake, Cathedral Catholic Church and an evening stroll through local expenses of the town. The foggy and showery region of Northeast-Cherrapunjee- falls next on your Meghalaya tour package from Chennai.

Meghalaya travel package from Chennai Marked with several natural enticements, Cherrapunjee enables you to be the spectacle to gems like Shillong Peak, Elephanta Falls, and Mawkdok Valley, Nohsngithiang falls (Seven sisters falls), Mawsmai Cave and Eco Park. Topping the list next is the cleanest village of Asia- Mawlynnong Village and ancient Living Root Bridge in the village of Rawai. The unparalleled beauty of Meghalaya would be visible to eyes today as you capture a glimpse of the Khasi Hills, Jaintia Hills, and Indo Bangladesh Border. The Scotland of the East-Shillong makes its presence felt with its colonial relics like Cathedral Catholic Church and Don Bosco Museum. Last two days of your Meghalaya tour package from Chennai

Meghalaya trip package would be spent in Guwahati, whereby a cruising experience and self-planned evening entails.Any trip would be incomplete without exploring the local street markets and local food of that place.Meghalaya holiday packages from Chennai enables the traveler to explore the local sites of the place in order to find souvenirs and local street food. Some of the best things to buy from Meghalaya on your Chennai to Meghalaya vacation package are Scottish dress material, organic products, shawls, stoles, handicrafts, and khadi products. Best markets to shop for these items include Police Bazaar, Bhutia Market, Bara Bazaar, and Lewduh Market.

So book from the best of Meghalaya tour packages from Chennai offered by TravelTriangle and revel in the blossoming environs of North-east for a dreamlike experience.

Highlights

  • Explore falls, valleys and peaks at Cherrapunjee
  • Enjoy a short trek to Eco Park
  • Spend some quality time at the Ward’s Lake
  • Visit Tirupati Balaji Temple and Umananda Temple
  • Explore the beautiful Mawlynnong Village

Itinerary

Other Benefits (On Arrival)
  • Arrival

  • Transfers

  • Stay Included

Enjoy a scenic drive to Shillong on this day of your tour

Following your transfer from Chennai, you would be received at Guwahati airport/railway station by a tour agents representative who will assist you and arrange a private transfer to your hotel of stay. While on the way, you would be making a visit to Barapani Lake or the Umiam Lake. Post this your Meghalaya tour package from Chennai takes you to Wards Lake, which you be followed by a visit to Cathedral Catholic Church. After this, transfer to your hotel to freshen up and spend a scintillating evening in Shillong. The day ended with an overnight slumber at the hotel.

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Other Benefits (On Arrival)
  • Sightseeing

  • Breakfast

  • Stay Included

Enjoy a heart exploration at Cherrapunjee

Commence the day with a hearty breakfast, and set off for Cherrapunjee. While enroute, visit the Shillong Peak, Elephanta Falls, and Mawkdok Valley, Nohsngithiang falls (Seven sisters falls), Mawsmai Cave, wherein you can indulge in a short trek, and Eco Park. This jam-packed day of your Meghalaya tour package from Chennai comes to an end with overnight adjourn at the hotel in Cherrapunjee.

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Other Benefits (On Arrival)
  • Sightseeing

  • Breakfast

  • Stay Included

Take a delightful village tour in the cleanest village of Asia

This day of your Meghalaya tour package from Chennai is all set to get you those rural vibes as you would be taken to Mawlynnong Village in the East Khasi Hills of Meghalaya. Later you would also be paying a visit to the Living Root Bridge. After spending the good amount of time there, you would be heading towards Dawki and Umngot River. The bewitching views draped in greenery and cascading waterfalls as you take a boat ride is one of the most exquisite experiences set up in the Shillong Hills. Once done, transfer to your hotel in Shillong and retire for the night.

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Other Benefits (On Arrival)
  • Sightseeing

  • Breakfast

  • Stay Included

This day takes you to Guwahati

Relish a hearty morning meal and get ready to visit the most romantic place of Shillong-the Ward’s Lake. Then you would be taken to the Cathedral Catholic Church, which would be followed up by a visit to Don Bosco Museum. Coming up next on your Meghalaya tour package from Chennai is a transferral to Guwahati. After reaching Guwahati, you have the day at leisure, so that you can spend an evening at your pace and at your terms. The day ends with a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel in Guwahati.

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Other Benefits (On Arrival)
  • Sightseeing

  • Breakfast

  • Stay Included

Indulge in a hearty sightseeing in Guwahati on this day of your tour

Today rise up early and begin your day in Guwahati with a visit to the famous Kamakhya Temple. This would be followed by a visit to other famous temples like Tirupati Balaji Temple and Umananda Temple. Then this Meghalaya tour package from Chennai takes you for an Alfresco Cruise Ride, in the Brahmaputra River. Come back to your hotel for a cosy overnight adjourn.

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Other Benefits (On Arrival)
  • Breakfast

  • Departure

6th day brings an end to your Meghalaya tour package from Chennai

Have an early breakfast to get a glimpse of the exquisite sunrise of Meghalaya. After this, pack your bags as you would be checking out from the hotel to be transferred to the Guwahati airport/railway station. Board your flight/train home with happy memories of the tour.

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Hotels

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The Eee Cee Hotel
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The Eee Cee Hotel

Khyndailad, Shillong 793001, India

    Cherrapunjee Holiday Resort
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    Cherrapunjee Holiday Resort

    Village Laitkynsew | Village Laitkynsew, Cherrapunjee 793108, India

      Hotel The Kalyaniz
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      Hotel The Kalyaniz

      Hengrabari Road | GMC Ward Number 44, Guwahati 781006, India

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        • Dinner
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        • Pick & Drop Sightseeing for mentioned itinerary
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        • Charges for early check-in & late check-out of rooms
        • Personal expenses
        • Tips and porter charges
        • Lunch and snacks
        • Any additional expenses incurred due to any flight delay or cancellation, weather conditions, political closures, technical faults, etc
        • The tour cost does not include any Travel Insurance Premium, but we strongly recommend Travel Insurance
        • Any items or services not specified in the cost inclusions
        • Room Heater charges

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        • Shillong (2D)
        • Cherrapunjee (1D)
        • Guwahati (3D)
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          FAQs

          Meghalaya is one of the rainiest destinations of India, hence, when travelling to Meghalaya one must include essentials like raincoats, umbrellas, warm clothing, medicines, mosquito repellants, personal toiletries, some extra cash or any other thing that one might find important.

          Meghalaya is one of the most linguistically diverse state of India. However, some of the prominent languages of Meghalaya are Khasi, Assamese, Garo and Bengali. Hindi and English are also widely spoken there.

          Meghalaya is home to several craftsman and artists, hence, one must get their hands on these handicrafts when in Meghalaya. Some of the must buy things from Meghalaya include Khasi Scrubs, Stoles, Shawls, Organic products and various others.

          Yes, one can easily customize their Meghalaya tour itinerary by conveying their specifications to their respective tour agents.

          Meghalaya beckons numerous tourists all round the year, and due to its moderate temperatures it can be visited at any part of the year. However, as monsoons are avoided as outdoor excursions are seriously hampered during that time.

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          • Trip to North East

            The hotel service at shillong and guwahati was pathetic. The shillong hotel room was smelly and guwahati rooms bathroom was choked. Everytime we open toilet door whole room used to get disturb with the rhotten smell from drainage. Cab service was good. We enjoyed trip but going back to hotel in shillong and guwahati was headache.
            MP

            Mangesh Pawar

            Pune, 21 days ago

          • Trip to North East

            The hotel service at shillong and guwahati was pathetic. The shillong hotel room was smelly and guwahati rooms bathroom was choked. Everytime we open toilet door whole room used to get disturb with the rhotten smell from drainage. Cab service was good. We enjoyed trip but going back to hotel in shillong and guwahati was headache.
            MP

            Mangesh Pawar

            Pune, 21 days ago

          • Trip to North East

            Gauhati-Cherrapunji-Shillong Hi folks, being a resident of Germany, I chose to have my honeymoon destination across the eastern part of India. The package was tailor made by Furkan who provided me good suggestions for the 4N 5D trip. Right from the word Hello until Bye, me and my wife had a wonderful time together. Thank you for taking care of our trip in detail. Regards, Rohan
            RK

            Rohan Krishnamurthy

            Mangalore, 21 days ago

          • Trip to North East

            Short form of the feedback: Starting July 11 thru' 17, '19 we had a memorable tour of NE India (mainly Meghalaya & a bit of Guwahati). We enjoyed every moment of it. Many thanks to Nikita from Reify/Itvaar Travels for putting together the overall package, detailed planning and for her constant support right thru' the tour. Here is a link to the our pictures from the tour: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmFj8TeG (click the 'play' button to view in slide-show mode). Long form of the feedback: It was the worst of times and yet the best of times .. In many ways. Promises and credible relationships were available only at a premium, that which invariably breakdown despite the best of intentions, when working at breakneck speed since the beginning of the year on a high-profile project, that which we were terribly behind and that which we had run out of considerations to not deliver. We were now effectively playing a test match game at T20 speed. Who knew if we would end up at 500 for 1 or would be all out below 100. If one batsman got out in the high-profile chase with time running out, then the next one in line had to pick up the gauntlet and step up his or her game. As Lord Tennyson so eloquently wrote in Charge of the Light Brigade, “Was there a man dismayed? Not though the soldier knew, Someone had blundered. Theirs was not to make reply, Theirs was not to reason why, Theirs but to do and die, Into the Valley of Death …”. It was the worst of times and yet the best of times .. To be associated with our project execution team. Such pressure invariably spills over onto the family which, though understanding, cannot quite fathom the necessity of an all-out war-room 24x7 work environment. After one especially contentious call, my wife asked me if I’m okay. Say I, “Yes, its just that I was practicing the ‘Raga Deepak’. Pretty normal under the circumstances. Logical thinking was at a premium.. But things took for a worse, family wise, when we had to cancel a much-awaited vacation to Iceland, mainly because, well you guessed it, work took precedence. But our vacation window for the year was closing. Our son, who is due to start his Master’s program this coming fall, gave us a 2 week window in July of his availability to join my wife & I on a vacation together. Also wanted to visit his grandma. Rescheduling to Iceland was off the table and we turned our sights to India. The 2 week window brought a clarity of purpose. Workwise, it was finally possible to see the light at the end of the long project tunnel, particularly after a quick dash to our co-developers on-site. That was good. Also, India was a good choice since I could quickly join up with our work team in India. A proposal for a workation (work + vacation) in India was quickly approved. We now turned our attention to picking a vacation spot in India. Not much time to figure that out. A new deadline. So, what’s new? It was the worst of times and yet the best of times .. To plan a vacation. July is monsoon time in India. We considered a few drier spots, the western & northern parts. Vacation spots in Gujarat, Himachal, Punjab were in consideration. But none seemed to gel well enough. And then an idea. Why try to avoid the monsoons at all? Why not pick a spot particularly well known for its monsoon rains: Cherrapunjee? That which has the reputation of the rainiest spot on Earth, or atleast that we hadlearnt during our school history lessons. If we could follow Darwin to the Galapagos, our first and only trek of significance into the Himalayas and the Indus Valley Civilization to Harappa, then following the monsoons into Cherrapunjee while impractical, did sounds just about right. Hey, and don’t’ forget the possibility to douse ‘Deepak Raga’ with ‘Megh Raga’. It was the worst of times and yet the best of times .. To take a monsoon vacation in Cherrapunjee. Cherrapunjee is in North East India. Organizing a vacation in India requires some level of ground support, particularly when coming from the US. Normally, we get ground support from relatives or friends who have provide contacts, or better still do the reservations & bookings on our behalf. But the North East is a different pickle altogether. None of our contacts knew much about the North East. What exactly to see in Cherrapunjee, or thereabouts? Other that its place in school history books, was it a place worth going to? A quick research on the web alleviated our initial concerns. The more we read, the more it seemed that we had stumbled on a hidden gem, just like Pokhara Nepal that we visited a couple of years back. But finding our way around there was still an issue. We normally self-organize our vacation travels. To do this requires enough lead time. In this case, we did not have that luxury. Nor, did we get enough leads from the web on how to self-organize one either. We were now down to Plan C: Contact a few travel agents that we could find on the web. The first one sent back a somewhat vague reply. After waiting in vain on them a few days, we tried the next one. Travel Triangle. Travel Triangle gave an immediate response back, forwarded our request to Nikita from Reify/Itvaar, an agency that specialized in the NE region. Nikita was a game changer. She is truly a responsive travel agent. After a short chat on WhatsApp, Nikita quickly understood our requirements and within a day put together a tour package that was close to what we might have put together ourselves. By this time word had got around that that we were going to the NE. A few close relatives were intrigued enough that they wanted to join us. An initial party of three quickly turned into a potential party of eight or nine. We settled down to a party of seven with one late joinee. Yet could we rely on an unknown agent from an unknown agency that had our contact from yet another unknown forwarding agent? What might be the chances of broken promises. Is Reify/Itvaar another fly-by-night operator? It came down to simply my judgement on how credible Nikita herself was. She was simultaneously responsive and insistent enough to raise our confidence in the agency. It was obvious enough that Reify/Itvaar wanted our business. But it was her responsiveness and sufficiently detailed plan that convinced us Reify/Itvaar was a credible enough agency. Our relatives joining us seemed overall fine with the proposal & pricing. Then after 3/4 modifications, that which Nikita was very quick to help work thru’ on, we finalized on 7day/6night proposal. We now had a day-by-day schedule, a vehicle with driver reserved and hotel bookings over a week or so. The schedule included the towns of Guwahati (in Assam), Shillong, Mawlynnong, Dawki and Cherrapungi (the last four in Meghalaya). We quickly learned about Shillong’s reputation as the Scotland of the East, Mawlynnong’s as the cleanest village in Asia (no kidding!) and Dawki’s as a town bordering Bangladesh. More hidden gems, for sure. It was the worst of times and yet the best of times .. Cherrapunjee was ON, and more. To get in meant a 40+ hour journey from Philadelphia to Doha to Delhi to Guwahati. The last leg of our outbound journey from Guwahati airport to Shillong would in a Tempo Traveler van included as part of the overall package. The Tempo Traveler and its driver, Tapeshwar would be our constants thru’ the tour. This was the first litmus test on the quality of the arrangements by Reify/Itvaar. The van was good sized 12 seater with plenty of space for our bags and in very good condition. Plenty of room for all. We would start our tour from Shillong, with Guwahati the last stop on our way back. One relative joined us at Guwahati airport. The others joined us the next day in Shillong. Given the itinerary, it was mostly a tour of Meghalaya, just a day to visit around Guwahati. Thru’ the week, Tapeshwar was both our driver and guide thru’ the tour. A soft spoken and ever smiling Assamese, knew his way around and ever ready to adjust per our needs. With a good vehicle, Tapeshwar (literally) at the front end and Nikita at the back end, we had an amazingly good support system to take us thru’ the tour. Nikita was ever available thru’ the entire tour to help us as required. We created a WhatsApp group for the tour. The WhatApp group was very useful too, particularly to share pictures with each other. Nikita, though not on the tour, was also in the group. And she was ever attentive to all messages that required her help. With Nikita & Tapeshwar, we had a memorable trip and enjoyed every moment of it. Overall hotel arrangements were very good (except the last one in Guwahati, where both the room bathroom and breakfast arrangements were sub-par). Our one regret is that we do not have a picture of either. We neglected to take one with Tapeshwar (not sure how that happened). We never met Nikita. We can only imagine what she might be like. But both will be in our thoughts, every time we reminiscence about the tour. It was the best of times .. thanks to Nikita & Tapeshwar & Meghalaya. Deepak.
            DM

            Deepak Malkan

            Rajkot, a month ago

          • Trip to North East

            Short form of the feedback: Starting July 11 thru' 17, '19 we had a memorable tour of NE India (mainly Meghalaya & a bit of Guwahati). We enjoyed every moment of it. Many thanks to Nikita from Reify/Itvaar Travels for putting together the overall package, detailed planning and for her constant support right thru' the tour. Here is a link to the our pictures from the tour: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmFj8TeG (click the 'play' button to view in slide-show mode). Long form of the feedback: It was the worst of times and yet the best of times .. In many ways. Promises and credible relationships were available only at a premium, that which invariably breakdown despite the best of intentions, when working at breakneck speed since the beginning of the year on a high-profile project, that which we were terribly behind and that which we had run out of considerations to not deliver. We were now effectively playing a test match game at T20 speed. Who knew if we would end up at 500 for 1 or would be all out below 100. If one batsman got out in the high-profile chase with time running out, then the next one in line had to pick up the gauntlet and step up his or her game. As Lord Tennyson so eloquently wrote in Charge of the Light Brigade, “Was there a man dismayed? Not though the soldier knew, Someone had blundered. Theirs was not to make reply, Theirs was not to reason why, Theirs but to do and die, Into the Valley of Death …”. It was the worst of times and yet the best of times .. To be associated with our project execution team. Such pressure invariably spills over onto the family which, though understanding, cannot quite fathom the necessity of an all-out war-room 24x7 work environment. After one especially contentious call, my wife asked me if I’m okay. Say I, “Yes, its just that I was practicing the ‘Raga Deepak’. Pretty normal under the circumstances. Logical thinking was at a premium.. But things took for a worse, family wise, when we had to cancel a much-awaited vacation to Iceland, mainly because, well you guessed it, work took precedence. But our vacation window for the year was closing. Our son, who is due to start his Master’s program this coming fall, gave us a 2 week window in July of his availability to join my wife & I on a vacation together. Also wanted to visit his grandma. Rescheduling to Iceland was off the table and we turned our sights to India. The 2 week window brought a clarity of purpose. Workwise, it was finally possible to see the light at the end of the long project tunnel, particularly after a quick dash to our co-developers on-site. That was good. Also, India was a good choice since I could quickly join up with our work team in India. A proposal for a workation (work + vacation) in India was quickly approved. We now turned our attention to picking a vacation spot in India. Not much time to figure that out. A new deadline. So, what’s new? It was the worst of times and yet the best of times .. To plan a vacation. July is monsoon time in India. We considered a few drier spots, the western & northern parts. Vacation spots in Gujarat, Himachal, Punjab were in consideration. But none seemed to gel well enough. And then an idea. Why try to avoid the monsoons at all? Why not pick a spot particularly well known for its monsoon rains: Cherrapunjee? That which has the reputation of the rainiest spot on Earth, or atleast that we hadlearnt during our school history lessons. If we could follow Darwin to the Galapagos, our first and only trek of significance into the Himalayas and the Indus Valley Civilization to Harappa, then following the monsoons into Cherrapunjee while impractical, did sounds just about right. Hey, and don’t’ forget the possibility to douse ‘Deepak Raga’ with ‘Megh Raga’. It was the worst of times and yet the best of times .. To take a monsoon vacation in Cherrapunjee. Cherrapunjee is in North East India. Organizing a vacation in India requires some level of ground support, particularly when coming from the US. Normally, we get ground support from relatives or friends who have provide contacts, or better still do the reservations & bookings on our behalf. But the North East is a different pickle altogether. None of our contacts knew much about the North East. What exactly to see in Cherrapunjee, or thereabouts? Other that its place in school history books, was it a place worth going to? A quick research on the web alleviated our initial concerns. The more we read, the more it seemed that we had stumbled on a hidden gem, just like Pokhara Nepal that we visited a couple of years back. But finding our way around there was still an issue. We normally self-organize our vacation travels. To do this requires enough lead time. In this case, we did not have that luxury. Nor, did we get enough leads from the web on how to self-organize one either. We were now down to Plan C: Contact a few travel agents that we could find on the web. The first one sent back a somewhat vague reply. After waiting in vain on them a few days, we tried the next one. Travel Triangle. Travel Triangle gave an immediate response back, forwarded our request to Nikita from Reify/Itvaar, an agency that specialized in the NE region. Nikita was a game changer. She is truly a responsive travel agent. After a short chat on WhatsApp, Nikita quickly understood our requirements and within a day put together a tour package that was close to what we might have put together ourselves. By this time word had got around that that we were going to the NE. A few close relatives were intrigued enough that they wanted to join us. An initial party of three quickly turned into a potential party of eight or nine. We settled down to a party of seven with one late joinee. Yet could we rely on an unknown agent from an unknown agency that had our contact from yet another unknown forwarding agent? What might be the chances of broken promises. Is Reify/Itvaar another fly-by-night operator? It came down to simply my judgement on how credible Nikita herself was. She was simultaneously responsive and insistent enough to raise our confidence in the agency. It was obvious enough that Reify/Itvaar wanted our business. But it was her responsiveness and sufficiently detailed plan that convinced us Reify/Itvaar was a credible enough agency. Our relatives joining us seemed overall fine with the proposal & pricing. Then after 3/4 modifications, that which Nikita was very quick to help work thru’ on, we finalized on 7day/6night proposal. We now had a day-by-day schedule, a vehicle with driver reserved and hotel bookings over a week or so. The schedule included the towns of Guwahati (in Assam), Shillong, Mawlynnong, Dawki and Cherrapungi (the last four in Meghalaya). We quickly learned about Shillong’s reputation as the Scotland of the East, Mawlynnong’s as the cleanest village in Asia (no kidding!) and Dawki’s as a town bordering Bangladesh. More hidden gems, for sure. It was the worst of times and yet the best of times .. Cherrapunjee was ON, and more. To get in meant a 40+ hour journey from Philadelphia to Doha to Delhi to Guwahati. The last leg of our outbound journey from Guwahati airport to Shillong would in a Tempo Traveler van included as part of the overall package. The Tempo Traveler and its driver, Tapeshwar would be our constants thru’ the tour. This was the first litmus test on the quality of the arrangements by Reify/Itvaar. The van was good sized 12 seater with plenty of space for our bags and in very good condition. Plenty of room for all. We would start our tour from Shillong, with Guwahati the last stop on our way back. One relative joined us at Guwahati airport. The others joined us the next day in Shillong. Given the itinerary, it was mostly a tour of Meghalaya, just a day to visit around Guwahati. Thru’ the week, Tapeshwar was both our driver and guide thru’ the tour. A soft spoken and ever smiling Assamese, knew his way around and ever ready to adjust per our needs. With a good vehicle, Tapeshwar (literally) at the front end and Nikita at the back end, we had an amazingly good support system to take us thru’ the tour. Nikita was ever available thru’ the entire tour to help us as required. We created a WhatsApp group for the tour. The WhatApp group was very useful too, particularly to share pictures with each other. Nikita, though not on the tour, was also in the group. And she was ever attentive to all messages that required her help. With Nikita & Tapeshwar, we had a memorable trip and enjoyed every moment of it. Overall hotel arrangements were very good (except the last one in Guwahati, where both the room bathroom and breakfast arrangements were sub-par). Our one regret is that we do not have a picture of either. We neglected to take one with Tapeshwar (not sure how that happened). We never met Nikita. We can only imagine what she might be like. But both will be in our thoughts, every time we reminiscence about the tour. It was the best of times .. thanks to Nikita & Tapeshwar & Meghalaya. Deepak.
            DM

            Deepak Malkan

            Rajkot, a month ago

          • Trip to North East

            Short form of the feedback: Starting July 11 thru' 17, '19 we had a memorable tour of NE India (mainly Meghalaya & a bit of Guwahati). We enjoyed every moment of it. Many thanks to Nikita from Reify/Itvaar Travels for putting together the overall package, detailed planning and for her constant support right thru' the tour. Here is a link to the our pictures from the tour: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmFj8TeG (click the 'play' button to view in slide-show mode). Long form of the feedback: It was the worst of times and yet the best of times .. In many ways. Promises and credible relationships were available only at a premium, that which invariably breakdown despite the best of intentions, when working at breakneck speed since the beginning of the year on a high-profile project, that which we were terribly behind and that which we had run out of considerations to not deliver. We were now effectively playing a test match game at T20 speed. Who knew if we would end up at 500 for 1 or would be all out below 100. If one batsman got out in the high-profile chase with time running out, then the next one in line had to pick up the gauntlet and step up his or her game. As Lord Tennyson so eloquently wrote in Charge of the Light Brigade, “Was there a man dismayed? Not though the soldier knew, Someone had blundered. Theirs was not to make reply, Theirs was not to reason why, Theirs but to do and die, Into the Valley of Death …”. It was the worst of times and yet the best of times .. To be associated with our project execution team. Such pressure invariably spills over onto the family which, though understanding, cannot quite fathom the necessity of an all-out war-room 24x7 work environment. After one especially contentious call, my wife asked me if I’m okay. Say I, “Yes, its just that I was practicing the ‘Raga Deepak’. Pretty normal under the circumstances. Logical thinking was at a premium.. But things took for a worse, family wise, when we had to cancel a much-awaited vacation to Iceland, mainly because, well you guessed it, work took precedence. But our vacation window for the year was closing. Our son, who is due to start his Master’s program this coming fall, gave us a 2 week window in July of his availability to join my wife & I on a vacation together. Also wanted to visit his grandma. Rescheduling to Iceland was off the table and we turned our sights to India. The 2 week window brought a clarity of purpose. Workwise, it was finally possible to see the light at the end of the long project tunnel, particularly after a quick dash to our co-developers on-site. That was good. Also, India was a good choice since I could quickly join up with our work team in India. A proposal for a workation (work + vacation) in India was quickly approved. We now turned our attention to picking a vacation spot in India. Not much time to figure that out. A new deadline. So, what’s new? It was the worst of times and yet the best of times .. To plan a vacation. July is monsoon time in India. We considered a few drier spots, the western & northern parts. Vacation spots in Gujarat, Himachal, Punjab were in consideration. But none seemed to gel well enough. And then an idea. Why try to avoid the monsoons at all? Why not pick a spot particularly well known for its monsoon rains: Cherrapunjee? That which has the reputation of the rainiest spot on Earth, or atleast that we hadlearnt during our school history lessons. If we could follow Darwin to the Galapagos, our first and only trek of significance into the Himalayas and the Indus Valley Civilization to Harappa, then following the monsoons into Cherrapunjee while impractical, did sounds just about right. Hey, and don’t’ forget the possibility to douse ‘Deepak Raga’ with ‘Megh Raga’. It was the worst of times and yet the best of times .. To take a monsoon vacation in Cherrapunjee. Cherrapunjee is in North East India. Organizing a vacation in India requires some level of ground support, particularly when coming from the US. Normally, we get ground support from relatives or friends who have provide contacts, or better still do the reservations & bookings on our behalf. But the North East is a different pickle altogether. None of our contacts knew much about the North East. What exactly to see in Cherrapunjee, or thereabouts? Other that its place in school history books, was it a place worth going to? A quick research on the web alleviated our initial concerns. The more we read, the more it seemed that we had stumbled on a hidden gem, just like Pokhara Nepal that we visited a couple of years back. But finding our way around there was still an issue. We normally self-organize our vacation travels. To do this requires enough lead time. In this case, we did not have that luxury. Nor, did we get enough leads from the web on how to self-organize one either. We were now down to Plan C: Contact a few travel agents that we could find on the web. The first one sent back a somewhat vague reply. After waiting in vain on them a few days, we tried the next one. Travel Triangle. Travel Triangle gave an immediate response back, forwarded our request to Nikita from Reify/Itvaar, an agency that specialized in the NE region. Nikita was a game changer. She is truly a responsive travel agent. After a short chat on WhatsApp, Nikita quickly understood our requirements and within a day put together a tour package that was close to what we might have put together ourselves. By this time word had got around that that we were going to the NE. A few close relatives were intrigued enough that they wanted to join us. An initial party of three quickly turned into a potential party of eight or nine. We settled down to a party of seven with one late joinee. Yet could we rely on an unknown agent from an unknown agency that had our contact from yet another unknown forwarding agent? What might be the chances of broken promises. Is Reify/Itvaar another fly-by-night operator? It came down to simply my judgement on how credible Nikita herself was. She was simultaneously responsive and insistent enough to raise our confidence in the agency. It was obvious enough that Reify/Itvaar wanted our business. But it was her responsiveness and sufficiently detailed plan that convinced us Reify/Itvaar was a credible enough agency. Our relatives joining us seemed overall fine with the proposal & pricing. Then after 3/4 modifications, that which Nikita was very quick to help work thru’ on, we finalized on 7day/6night proposal. We now had a day-by-day schedule, a vehicle with driver reserved and hotel bookings over a week or so. The schedule included the towns of Guwahati (in Assam), Shillong, Mawlynnong, Dawki and Cherrapungi (the last four in Meghalaya). We quickly learned about Shillong’s reputation as the Scotland of the East, Mawlynnong’s as the cleanest village in Asia (no kidding!) and Dawki’s as a town bordering Bangladesh. More hidden gems, for sure. It was the worst of times and yet the best of times .. Cherrapunjee was ON, and more. To get in meant a 40+ hour journey from Philadelphia to Doha to Delhi to Guwahati. The last leg of our outbound journey from Guwahati airport to Shillong would in a Tempo Traveler van included as part of the overall package. The Tempo Traveler and its driver, Tapeshwar would be our constants thru’ the tour. This was the first litmus test on the quality of the arrangements by Reify/Itvaar. The van was good sized 12 seater with plenty of space for our bags and in very good condition. Plenty of room for all. We would start our tour from Shillong, with Guwahati the last stop on our way back. One relative joined us at Guwahati airport. The others joined us the next day in Shillong. Given the itinerary, it was mostly a tour of Meghalaya, just a day to visit around Guwahati. Thru’ the week, Tapeshwar was both our driver and guide thru’ the tour. A soft spoken and ever smiling Assamese, knew his way around and ever ready to adjust per our needs. With a good vehicle, Tapeshwar (literally) at the front end and Nikita at the back end, we had an amazingly good support system to take us thru’ the tour. Nikita was ever available thru’ the entire tour to help us as required. We created a WhatsApp group for the tour. The WhatApp group was very useful too, particularly to share pictures with each other. Nikita, though not on the tour, was also in the group. And she was ever attentive to all messages that required her help. With Nikita & Tapeshwar, we had a memorable trip and enjoyed every moment of it. Overall hotel arrangements were very good (except the last one in Guwahati, where both the room bathroom and breakfast arrangements were sub-par). Our one regret is that we do not have a picture of either. We neglected to take one with Tapeshwar (not sure how that happened). We never met Nikita. We can only imagine what she might be like. But both will be in our thoughts, every time we reminiscence about the tour. It was the best of times .. thanks to Nikita & Tapeshwar & Meghalaya. Deepak.
            DM

            Deepak Malkan

            Rajkot, a month ago

          • Trip to North East

            Shillong, Mawlylong and Dawki are beautiful places to visit! Awestruck by the beauty of Meghalaya! Thanks to Dipak from Himavat Destinations for arranging such a wonderful trip. Boating at Dawki village near to India - Bangladesh border!
            KM

            Kishore M S

            Bengaluru, a month ago

          • Trip to North East

            I Planned a 3 days trip to Cherrapunjee from 11th to 13th of May...After evaluating a lot of options, booked it with Shashi from Offbeat Roads...Since i have already visited Cherrapunjee before so i wanted to customise the trip according to my convenience and Shashi was really prompt and replied to all my queries.The hotel stay at Saimika was wonderful and the property has an awesome view of the river.Only there was one problem ,though we have paid the whole payment in advance before the starting of the trip but the driver complained about his payment not done even after 2 days of the completion of the trip...When the driver told us this on first day of our trip...we have been assured by Shashi that it'll be paid on the same day...But still we got a call from the driver that it is not being paid....I don't understand that even after paying in advance for everything why we have to deal with all this after the trip is over.....This was not expected from Travel triangle and Off beat roads.
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            Anubhuti Dahre

            Mumbai, a month ago

          • Trip to North East

            Meghalaya is a mystical place, it full fills all your adventure of trekking, caving , forest exploration. Filled with many folk stories to explore, Walk in the cloud, pouring voice of rain and much more. The experience of the journey increases with the pepole whom you travel ,It's very true when it comes to Ride and climb adventure team. From booking till our last day of the trip all the arrangments were well planned and perfectly executed. Special thanks to Nargis who planned our trip & our Tour guide + Food guide + Driver Mintu daa who accompined us in this trip. He was well aware of the roues & where to eat. All the accomadation provided were comfortable. Hotel Eee Cee Shillong & Laa Kuper Inn Cheerapunji are beautiful properties to stay. On our trip we meet Bikas who is owner of Ride and climb, very friendly, enthusiastic and knowledgeble person. if you want to explore the untouched beauty of North East you should must contact Ride & Climb.
            JK

            Jyoti Kumari

            Bengaluru, a month ago

          • Trip to North East

            As our trip to shillong and cherapunji was overall a great experience. So I would like to thank travel triangle for providing us with a great platform and Poonam from reify for planning a wonderful trip and was very helpful starting with the planning, till we reached back home. Looking forward to plan more trips in the future
            Ku

            Kunaldharmawat

            Udaipur, 2 months ago

          • Trip to North East

            It started with constant follow up for the hotel vouchers and confirmation of the trip. There was no follow up from the travel agent or travel triangle's trip advisor regarding cab details till 1 day before the trip also. The trip was not planned properly. We drove out of Shillong on a 3 hour ride to Krang Shuri falls, came back to town and drove to Dawki and Mawlynnong the next day, another 3 hour ride. One could have stayed overnight at Mawlynnong, considering we were already staying there the next night. There were no timings provided for sight seeing places and we literally had to google everything. It was told that the driver would work as a guide, however, the driver was least interested to even drive around to places. On top, he was cribbing through out like why do you have to go to the city, it is full of traffic jam, why do you wanna go to a certain place, there is nothing to see. This was my first booking through Travel triangle. Despite of picking up an expensive itinerary, I had an unpleasant experience. Would definitely think twice before booking another trip through the portal and ofcourse, through the agency.
            MS

            Mamatha Sanapala

            Delhi, 2 months ago

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