Bathing in a lagoon

Witness the Might of the Indian Monsoon

Featured on the BBC’s Human Planet, a ‘Monsoon Magic’ tour will visit the remote state of Meghalaya, hidden away in north east India and take you to the wettest place on Earth.

Bathing in a lagoon

Plus, at the moment, tour operator Travel The Unknown is offering £150 off this seven-day holiday with a difference.

You will drive through small villages and rolling hills to Cherrapunjee, the wettest place on Earth and witness the might of the Indian monsoon.

The tour involves a hike to the living root bridges, which are amazing natural bridges made from the roots of trees, which villagers use to cross flowing streams. Plus, there will be opportunities to bathe in waterfalls and lagoons.

Wettest place on EarthFinally, you will visit the Sacred Forest of Mawphlang and the bustling markets of Shillong, in the charming hill station.

The tour has been reduced by £150pp to £745pp. The trip departs 9-15 July 2012, monsoon season in north east India.

The reduced price of £745 per person includes accommodation, ground transport, most meals, guides, drivers, activities, entrance fees to sites and carbon-offsetting fee.

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