TOUR CODE: AS-008: 1 Sister # ASSAM
TOUR CODE: AS – 008
TOUR DURATION: 11N & 12D
STATES COVERED: ASSAM, MEGHALAYA & ARUNACHAL PRADESH.
ROUTE : GUWAHATI – SHILLONG (2N) – BHALUKPONG (1N) – DIRANG (1N) – TAWANG (3N) – DIRANG (1N) – KAZIRANGA (2N) – GUWAHATI (1N)
IDEAL FOR :
FAMILY TRAVELLERS, EXPERIENTIAL TRAVELLERS,INBOUND
BEST TIME :
ALL THROUGH THE YEAR EXCEPT DURING MONSOON (JUNE TO SEPTEMBER)
With the “Tropical Monsoon Rainforest Climate“, Assam is temperate (summer max. at 95–100 °F or 35–38 °C and winter min. at 43–46 °F or 6–8 °C) and experiences heavy rainfall and high humidity. … Spring (Mar–Apr) and autumn (Sept–Oct) are usually pleasant with moderate rainfall and temperature.
Best time to visit Assam is during the months of winters and summers, i.e.: November to March. Winters in Assam are chilling but enjoyable, and summers are delightful and refreshing. Try to avoid monsoon season, because heavy rains at times lead to inconveniences.
Due to the topographical diversity, the climate in Arunachal Pradesh ranges from sub-tropical to temperate depending upon the altitude.The regions in the lower belts of the state experience hot and humid climates, with a maximum temperature in the foothills reaching up to 40 °C (during the summer).
The climate of Meghalaya is generally mild. In August the mean temperature at Shillong (in the Khasi Hills) is in the low 70s F (about 21–23 °C); it falls to the upper 40s F (about 8–10 °C) in January.0
The Shillong area, with the highest elevations, experiences generally low temperatures. The maximum temperature in this region rarely goes beyond 28 °C (82 °F), whereas sub-zero winter temperatures are common.
The town of Sohra (Cherrapunji) in the Khasi Hills south of capital Shillong holds the world record for most rain in a calendar month, while the village of Mawsynram, near Sohra (Cherrapunji), holds the record for the most rain in a year0
The beginning of winter is marked by a steep fall (almost 5 degree Centigrade) in temprature during December. January is the coldest month. In February, the temprature starts rising gradually. The monsoon lasts for five months from May to September with June, July and May, being the wettest months. The annual rainfall varies from 100 cm to over 300 cm.
High Altitude Mountain Pass, Hills and Plain in Arunachal with Wildlife and island experience in Assam, Nature Centric Experience at Shillong with Cherrapunjee.