Looking for quiet and serene surroundings away from the hustle and bustle of city life? Then, you’ve landed in the right place. Our Cherrapunji Holiday Packages are such a choice for a perfect vacation close to nature within a tranquil atmosphere.
Known as one of the wettest places on earth, Cherrapunji is the perfect tourist destination for monsoon lovers and photographers. The cloudy valleys, verdant greenery stretches, sparkling rivers and waterfalls, exotic flora and fauna, and numerous hidden spots in Cherrapunji make the place a top place in Meghalaya. One of the highest Nokalikai Falls, the fourth-longest cave- Krem Mawmluh, historic Khasi Monoliths, and the famous Living Root Bridge are few of the many mystic places that you can explore with our well-tailored Cherrapunji Tour Packages.
Witness diverse cultures of distinct tribes by attending several important and boastful festivals such as Shan Suk Mynseim in April and the Nongrem Dance in November month. So, what are you waiting for? Book the budget-friendly Cherrapunji Itinerary Tour Package and pack your bags to board on a great holiday in Northeaster India.
Cherrapunji in Summer- The summer season in Cherrapunji begins from March till May with moderate rainfall from March to April and heavy rainfall in May. Plan your visit during April to witness the distinct cultures and traditions of local tribes in one of the most important festivals in Chearrapunji- Shad Suk Mynseim.
Cherrapunji in Monsoon- Being one of the wettest places on earth Cherrapunji receives heavy rainfall from June to September with the temperature decreasing up to 12 C. Though it is quite risky to indulge in the outdoor activities, it is also the perfect time to visit the place for monsoon lovers and capture the blooming greenery and thundering clouds.
Cherrapunji in Winter- Cherrapunji experiences low temperatures up to 5 C with moderate rain from October to February. The chill climate gives the perfect surroundings to explore the place at its best in Northeastern India in winters and attend one of the most colorful festivals in Meghalaya- the Nongkrem Dance in November.
By Air- The Umroi Airport near Barapani is the nearest airport located about 25 km from Cherrapunji and is connected to some major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, and Chennai. To reach your destination, hire a cab from the airport.
By Train- The closest railway station is in Guwahati located about 105 km from Cherrapunji. You can either take a bus from the Guwahati bus stop or rent a taxi to reach your destination.
By Road- The road conditions are in a good shape with less steep road winding. So, embark on a memorable drive to Cherrapunji from Jorbat junction via NH 37 and follow the Google Navigation and turn right for Meghalaya to cover a distance of about 146 km by road.