Here is The Land Of Wanderlust blueprint to a eight day backpackers road trip around the lesser explored states of Meghalaya and Nagaland in the North Eastern part of India. Meghalaya well known for holding couple of the wettest villages in the world and also the living root bridge while Nagaland is the epicenter of culture and heritage with Head hunter tribes and tribals still enrouted in their triabl way of life.

  TRIP DATES: 

TRIP COST: Rs 16,000/-

Flight tickets can be booked at an additional cost as per current airline rates. Inclusion:

  • Accommodation  (3 to 6 based on room size)
  • Travel
  • Entry Fee
  • Permits

Exclusion:

Only on payment of 50% of the trip cost will a seat be confirmed.

This road trip will have a minimum of six backpacker.

For more information please contact us on the phone numbers mentioned below:

Sherwin Rebello : +91 9833494963

Denver Rodrigues: +91 9819872686

Or mail us at: info@tlow.in

Must have things:

• Backpack

• Four Passport size photographs

• Valid ID proof with photo and address. (No Pan Card)

Essentials to carry

Terms & Conditions

Day 1:

  • Meet at Paltan Bazaar in Guwahati, Assam at 1:30 pm.

  • Take a shared jeep from Paltan Bazaar to Shillong in Meghlaya at 3:30 pm.

  • Reach Shillong by 7:30 pm and check into a guest house.

  • Spend the rest of the evening at leisure.

Day 2:

Day 3:

  • Post breakfast leave for local site seeing. Visit Wards Lake, Butterfly Museum.

  • Visit Bara Bazaar the local Kashi market.

  • Hop into a shared jeep from Police Bazaar at 3:30 pm for Guwahati.

  • Reach Paltan Bazaar in Guwahati around 9 pm.

  • Board a train from Guahati to Dimapur in Nagaland around 10:50 pm.

Day 4:

  • Arrive at Dimapur railway station by 6 am and take a taxi to Kohima, the capital of Nagaland.

  • Reach Kohima by 10 am and check into a guest house.

  • Spend the rest of the day strolling through the lanes of Kohima and visit the local Naga Market.

Day 5:

  • Leave by 5 am for a road trip around Phek district.

  • First stop around 10 am at the legendary Naga village of Khezakeno.

  • Post lunch, leave for the Chakashang tribal village of Thestiimi on the border of Manipur and Nagaland.

  • Spend the night with a tribal family. Home stay in Thestiimi.

Day 6:

  • Post breakfast, leave for the town of Pfutsero which is the highest inhabited place in Nagaland.

  • Visit Glory Peak and spend time wandering through the streets.

  • Post lunch, return back to the guest house in Kohima.

  • Rest of the evening at leisure.

Day 7:

  • Leave by jeep at 9 am for the green village of Khonoma 20 kms from Kohima.

  • Spend time in the Angami tribal village which is well know for its paddy fields and is also rich in Naga history.

  • Return back to the guest house at around 4 pm.

  • Pack up and leave for Dimapur by taxi at 7 pm.

  • Reach Dimapur railway station and board a train to Guwahati by 10:30 pm.

Day 8:

  • Reach Guwahati railway station by 5 am.

 

4 Responses

  1. Gowri Shenoy

    Thanks a ton for being an amazing audience to all my madness looking forward to the Vietnam trip. Was hoping to have a great birthday and this trip was a great week long party. There is noting like celebrating on the road. To more realizations, learning’s, fun, Friends and miles. Cheers to every bit of the land out there hope to see more of it.

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  2. Ritu Malhotra

    This trip was one of those personal decisions to take off from Bombay.
    Its been seven days of fresh air, mountains, so much culture & I’m taking back home with me some great lessons and memories for life. Kudos on the blueprint and TLOT merchandise 🙂

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  3. Smita

    This trip is a huge turning point in my life. I learnt that I can spot being a mother and have fun travelling. I loved all the places we visited especially “THE LIVING ROOT BRIDGE” and Khonoma. . I hope to travel with TLOT in the near Future. The tagline kind of got into me.

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  4. Anuja Abraham

    It was a good experience loved the weather at Nagaland. I wish we could explore more places. The living root bridge was one of the best sights I have ever seen in my life. Looking forward to more trips with TLOT

    Reply

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