Assam and Arunachal Pradesh are two of the most amazing destinations of India. The two regions displays a kaleidoscope of cultures and natural heritages that are truly unique from the rest of India. About 70 percent of the land are uninhabited that makes home to rich flora and fauna and provides surplus of food resources and materials for constructions.
Be it an elephant or jeep safari in Kaziranga National Park, or a visit to the Kalachakra-Gompa, we offer an extensive tour to every nook and corner of this beautiful country side.
We have chalked out a plan for you
Day 01: Arrive Guwahati
On arrival, we will escort you to a riverside hotel. Details of your stay will be shared via email. Depending on the timing of your arrival, you will be served either breakfast or lunch. Thereafter, we will take you to Ma Kamakhya temple. Located on top of a hill, this place is known for some of the most intense practises performed by humans for spiritual endeavours. The architectures have been known to be made since the time of Lord Shiva The place is brimming with lot of good vibes and energy. Lakhs of people from across the world visit this temple to seek blessings.
By the evening, we will have you board a ship to cruise along the mighty river Bhramhaputra. Watch the sunset from the dock. Dinner will be served in the ship.
Day 02: Guwahati – Kaziranga, 220 km
We will leave for Kaziranga after breakfast. Its a 5 hour drive from Guwahati. We will check into a wildlife resort once we reach Kaziranga.
Take your time to freshen up. Lunch will be served around 1 PM. You can then have the option to either take a guided tour of the forest near your accommodation or take a walk along the river bank. There are plenty of tea gardens and rubber plantations lined up in a row. Spend the rest of the night at the resort. Details of your stay will be shared via email.
Day 03: Kaziranga
Get up early for an elephant safari in Kaziranga. The jeeps will take you to the elephant riding point. Get a majestic ride and a chance to view the animal kingdom from a close proximity. Animals are most likely to show up in the morning before they retract into the woods.
We will take you back to the resort for breakfast. After taking refreshments, we will again head back to the forest to see Western zone of the national park. There is a Donga view point which is situated in the Western Zone of the national park. Its a long stretch and you will have the option to get back to the resort for lunch and come back again to continue further.
Later return to the resort for overnight stay.
Day 04: Kaziranga – Bhalukpong, 135 km
You will have the option to get up early in the morning to have a wildlife safari. After breakfast we will leave for Bhalukpong (Arunachal Pradesh). Bhalukpong, Arunachal Pradesh is a little town on the Kameng River and lies along the dense forests that form the border of the Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary. This place is perfect for hikers, rafters and anglers as it serves for all the three purposes.
The Nyethidow is a celebration of a new year that happens in the month of march. The place is decorated with varieties of flowers of various colours and freshly baked clay pots.
Once you arrive, you will check into a hotel. We will make a visit to Tippi Orchidarium and local market. Overnight stay in the hotel of Bhalukpong.
Day 05: Bhalukpong – Dirang, 195 km
After breakfast drive to Dirang, bye-passing Bomdila, an ideal getaway in West Kameng district with beautiful apple orchards and sheep breeding farms. Nearby are hot-springs, where people go for holy dips, and Kalachakra Gompa. On arrival, check into a hotel for overnight stay.
Day 06: Dirang – Tawang, 145 km
In the morning after breakfast drive to Tawang, en-route Sella Pass at 13,700 ft. Tawang is located at an altitude of 3500 m above the sea level and was at part of the Kingdom of Tibet during the medieval times. It was ruled by the local tribal rulers from time to time. It was declared as the off-limits area in 1873 AD. The area around Tawang was the reason of disagreement between India and China after the Independence of India in 1947. Tawang was invaded by the Chinese army in 1962 but they later withdrew.
There are various other tourist hotspots like the Beautiful Land of Monpas, the Hidden Paradise and the land of Dawn-lit Mountains. On arrival, check into a hotel for overnight stay.
Day 07: Tawang
This day is dedicated for hiking around Tawang, visit the famous Tawang Monastery, Penga Ten Tso (PTTso) Lake, craft centre and local market. Later return to the hotel. Overnight stay in Tawang.
Day 08: Tawang – Bomdila, 185 km
In the morning drive to Bomdila that is situated at an altitude of 8000 ft. From here one can see the brilliant landscape and snow-clad mountains of the Himalayan Range.
Upon arrival, check into a hotel. Relax for some time and then we will visit the Buddhist monastery of Bomdila, which is the repository of culture and is among primary attractions of the place. Further, Bomdila is having a number of tourists attractions like apple orchards, snow-capped Himalayan peaks and Buddhist Gompas.
On arrival, check into a hotel. Overnight stay in the hotel.
Day 09: Bomdila – Tezpur
Post breakfast we will drive to Tezpur, en-route visit the Orchid Center at Tipi. Tipi houses over 7500 orchids. On display are some of the finest species like the Dainty Lady’s Slipper or Dendrobium.
Upon arrival, check into the hotel and later we will take you for a sightseeing tour of Tezpur. Also known, as ‘The City of Blood’, Tezpur is a place steeped in mythology, legend and folklore. Situated on the north bank of Brahmaputra, this is a town of magnificent scenic beauty and exquisite archaeological ruins.
Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 10: Tezpur – Itanagar
After breakfast drive to Itanagar. It is the capital of Arunachal Pradesh, also known as ‘the Land of the Dawn Lit Mountains’. Nestled on top of low flat hills, amidst beautiful and booming surroundings with a pampering climate, Itanagar offers a lovely and lively atmosphere to the tourist. Remnants of an old palace and other such monuments boast of the glorious past of the city to the visitors from all around. Some historians identify Itanagar as the ancient 11th century BC capital of Mayapur, under the Jitari dynasty. Itanagar today is divided into two parts; each is 10 km apart from the other, and the older one is named Naharlagun. On arrival, check into a hotel.
Day 11: Itanagar – Ziro, 140 km
After breakfast drive to Ziro. En-route visit Nishi Tribal Villages. On reaching, check into a hotel.
Ziro is the headquarter of Lower Sabansiri district of Arunachal Pradesh, located at an altitude of 1560 m. It is a plateau surrounded by Apatani Tribal Villages, Dibbo- Hija- Bulla- Hari and Hong Village. Hong is the second biggest and most organized tribal village in Asia. Further, the uniqueness of Apatani tribe is tattoo on women & men and a nose plug in women.
Day 12: Ziro – Daporijo, 180 km
After breakfast, we will leave for Daporijo. It is the headquarter of upper Subansri district of Arunachal Pradesh. Daparijo is situated at an altitude of 600 m and is an abode Tagin tribes. En-route to Daparijo, we will visit to Hillmiri tribal villages. These are the major tribes of Arunachal from mongoloid racial stock inhabiting lower and upper Sunbasiri districts. These are also called as Abotani tribes and are famous for their rich traditional knowledge relating to the use of plant products for curing a number of diseases and ailments. The people of Hillmari live in perfect harmony with nature and derive their minimum daily requirement from their natural surroundings.
Continue drive to Daparijo. Open arrival, check into a hotel. In the evening go for hiking around the place visiting the Meghna Cave temple, dedicated to lord Shiva. Later return to the hotel. Overnight stay in Daporijo.
Day 13: Daporijo – Along, 160 km
Drive to Along in the morning. Located at an altitude of 300 m, it is the headquarter of West Saing district of Arunachal Pradesh. Upon arrival, check into a hotel.
After freshening up, head off for an excursion around the villages and meet the inhabitants of Adi tribes. We will also visit the Kamki Hydropower Dam, Mithun and Jersey cross breeding farm. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 14: Along – Pasighat, 120 km
Post breakfast we will leave for Pasighat. It is the headquarter of East Saing District. On the way to Pasighat, we will stop at Adi (minyong) tribal village and will interact with the people. Upon arrival, check into the hotel.
In the afternoon we will visit the Daying Ering Memorial Wildlife Sanctuary. The sanctuary has an area of 190 sq km. 75% of the sanctuary is the alluvial grasslands and 15% is the wooded areas and rest is water. It is a series of river islands. The extraordinary ecosystem of water bodies is home to thousands of migratory birds from Siberia and Mongolia.
Return to hotel for overnight stay.
Day 15: Pasighat – Dibrugarh
This morning we will leave for Dibrugarh via Ferry Ghat (boat point). During our river cruise, we will cross the mighty Brahamaputra River and enjoy the country made ferry. The 5 hours long ferry will take to us to Dibrugarh. The river Brahamaputra is the confluence of the Saing and Lohit river of Arunachal Pradesh. The ferry service Pasighat to Dibrugarh is a lifeline for these tribes.
Upon arrival, check into a hotel for overnight stay.
Day 16: Departure
In the morning, transfer to the Dibrugarh airport to board the flight for onward destination.
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