Spring Valley Farm India | Tours
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Our Strategy

We finance green growth through agri ecotourism for sustainable agriculture and land degradation neutrality in Meghalaya, North East India.

Our Aim

We attract travellers who want to care for the places they visit while learning about the unique cultural and ecological landscapes of Meghalaya.

We welcome tourists, corporate getaway clienteles, private events, domestic and international research scholars, leadership camps, and health and well being retreats.

Our Project

We are developing a pilot project for a combined self-sustaining Ecovillage Resort and Agroforestry Farm that is partly funded by revenue streams coming from tourism, leisure and hospitality.

This is a project that we can replicate to create a network of these agri ecotourist destinations across the North East Region of India and beyond.

Our Operation

We offer bespoke sustainable holiday packages that immerse travellers with local indigenous communities in their cultural and ecological landscapes.

We give our customers the opportunity to see their holiday budget contribute to restoring damaged ecosystems and offsetting their travel emissions by taking part in learning how to plant native food crop and tree species.


Day 1

You will be picked up from Guwahati airport and proceed to our Agroforestry Project site at Sakra Farm. Here is the basis of our journey, where you can partake in planting trees to improve the agri-eco status of this region.

You will be able to view the Blossom Honey Project based at the Sainhun Farm, home to 20 scientific bee keeping boxes to harvest organic honey.

After lunch and local refreshments provided on the farm, we head back onto the road making our way to Shillong. You will check into your accommodation where you will be free to relax or explore at your leisure.

Overnight at Spring Valley Farm, Shillong.

Day 2

On Day 2 we will proceed on our journey of North East India to the natural wonder of Cheerapunjee.

In Cherrapunjee we will begin to make contact with the wildest face of India thanks to its numerous waterfalls and caves. After visiting some of the most iconic ones, such as Nohkalikai Falls, Arwah Cave or Dainthlen Falls, we will return to Spring Valley Farm to relax for the remainder of the evening.

Overnight at Spring Valley Farm, Shillong.

Day 3

On Day 3 we will drive to enjoy a beautiful view in Smit, as this destination has colorful meadows, endless tree-lined avenues, winding rivers,cliffs that will leave you breathless … And all this without forgetting their beautiful and characteristic wooden houses.

After a rest to recover strength, we will enter Mawphlang Sacred Groves, a magical forest that will transfer you to the past for its rudimentary altars for rituals and sacrifices.

Overnight at Spring Valley Farm, Shillong.

Day 4

On Day 4 we will drive to Mawlynnong. This village was declared by Times India magazine in 2003 as the cleanest village in all of Asia, so a mere walk through its streets is already a luxury.

But, far from being its most charming, we can also enjoy an unforgettable route through its legendary living route bridges.

Overnight at Spring Valley Farm, Shillong.

Day 5

On Day 5 we will continue to enjoy the wildest side of India in our new destinations, as we will travel both Dawki and Shongpdeng, enjoying the magnificent views that will give us the Umgot River.

We will go for boat rides and explore the crystal clear Umgot River that flows downstream across the Bangladesh border.

Overnight at Spring Valley Farm, Shillong.

Our Price

The daily rate for each tour is Rs. 2500 per head with all food and local transportation included. You can choose from 1 to 5 days and pick any tour you want from the list of 5 destinations that we can offer you.

All our Agro Ecotours are bespoke so you can pick and choose what you want to discover and where you want to go explore in Meghalaya.

This is a project that we can replicate to create a network of these agri ecotourist destinations across the North East Region of India and beyond.