Bus Services

Meghalaya Tourism Development Corporation arranges guided tours via coach for visitors, covering various popular tourist destinations in Meghalaya. These tours provide an opportunity for tourists to experience adventure without worrying about arranging their own transportation.

To obtain more information about the packaged tours, you can either walk in or call the contact information found at the bottom of this page.

Picture of famous Seven Sisters Waterfall


Cherrapunjee, better known as Sohra, is the biggest tourist attraction of Meghalaya

It is a town found in East Khasi Hills District, 53 kilometres from Shillong city. It was established as a Sub-Division in the East Khasi Hills District of Meghalaya in 1982. It has beautiful gorges covered with dense pine trees, breathtaking views, mesmerising waterfall and astonishing living root bridges made from rubber tree roots. The locals of this region are also very heartwarming and hospitable.

The tours will cover Mawkdok Dympep Valley Viewpoint, Eco Park, Maw-smai Cave, Mot Palong View of Bangladesh, Thangkharang Park, Ramakrishna Mission Museum, Nohkalikai Falls and Nohsngithiang Falls.

Umiam Lake View

Umiam Lake

More popularly known as Barapani, this is the largest artificial lake in the State

Surrounded by green Khasi-pines and blue skies, the Umiam Lake is just 15 kilometres from Shillong on the Guwahati-Shillong National Highway. The lake’s majestic beauty has left an indelible impression on all who have visited it.

Our tours cover Ward’s Lake, Lady Hydari Park, Cathedral Church, State Museum, Golf Course, Elephant Water Falls, Shillong View Point and the serene Umiam Lake. Come join us and experience the best of Shillong’s attractions, including the tranquil beauty of Umiam Lake.



Mawlynnong the cleanest village in Asia

Mawlynnong is a prime example of community-based eco-tourism, located 90 kilometers south of Shillong. As soon as you arrive in the village, you’ll be struck by its impeccable cleanliness and aesthetic beauty, making it a must-visit destination for any traveler.

In 2005, Mawlynnong was awarded the title of “Cleanest Village in India” by the Discover India magazine. Our tour covers the best of Mawlynnong and the surrounding areas, including the breathtaking Canyon Rngain Valley View Point, the iconic Riwai Living Root Bridge, the pristine Dawki River, the India-Bangladesh Border, and the crystal-clear waters of Umngot.



Mawsynram known as the wettest place on Earth.

Located in the Khasi Hills of North-East India, Mawsynram is a quaint village situated 56 kilometers from Shillong. Known as one of the wettest places on Earth, Mawsynram receives an average annual rainfall of 11,872 mm (about 39 feet). Although there is no meteorological department office in the area, Cherrapunjee has been recorded as the wettest place for all practical and statistical purposes.

Experience the magic of Mawsynram by joining our tour, which covers the best of the area’s attractions. Explore the mysterious Mawjymbuin Cave, admire the panoramic views from Ritmawksir Viewpoint in the Mawphlang sacred forest, gaze out over the stunning Khreng Khreng Viewpoint, and relax in the rejuvenating waters of Jakrem Hot Spring.

Nartiang Monoliths


Nartiang is known for its ancient monoliths.

Explore the rich history and culture of Nartiang Village on our tour. Visit the Summer Palace of the Jaintia King, located just two kilometers from the Nartiang market, and learn about the unique traditions of the village. While the original palace no longer stands, a Hindu temple now occupies its place, tended by the direct descendants of the original priests.

Discover the Religious Monolith Park, Durga Mandir, and Shiv Mandir, and take in the serene beauty of Thadlaskein Lake & Resort. Immerse yourself in the fascinating history of the region and experience the cultural richness of Nartiang Village on this unforgettable tour.


Contact Info

Orchid Hotel

Polo Road, Shillong,
Meghalaya 793001

7:40 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Monday – Sunday

0364 222 6220