"Bailey Trail", This trek traces the historic route taken by Lt. Col. F M Bailey and Capt. H T Morshed, British officers who were commissioned to survey the lands between Arunachal Pradesh and Tibet during 1911-12. The trek was initially an ancient trade route that connected Burma, India and Tibet. In 1962 the Chinese army used this route to strike deep into Arunachal Pradesh. The ‘Bailey Trail’ as it is known now, crosses through some pristine remote forests of the Eastern Himalayas, where pine, oak and rhododendrons grow aplenty. Throughout the trek, the presence of breathtaking landscapes will overwhelm you, and at times, you’ll be able to see the majestic peaks of Gorichen and Kangto, two of northeastern India’s highest peaks. The highest point of this trek will be Sela Pass at a height of 4550 m. Entirely, you’ll be crossing high mountain passes, glacial rivers, crystal clear lakes, villages of the Monpa Tribe, and will be staying at campsites that will awe you. And as a bonus, you'll be visiting the Buddhist hill station of Tawang where the second largest Buddhist monastery of Asia is magnificently located.
Hike through beautiful pine and rhododendron forests
Cross Sela Pass at 4550 m
Explore tribal villages of the Monpa community
Discover the Buddhist hill-station of Tawang.
For nearly 2000 years, the notion of an earthly paradise or Shangri La hidden among the peaks of Asia has captivated the human imagination. Western explorers combed the region in search of this hidden land of bliss and nectar described in ancient Buddhist texts as the Pemako or the Lotus land. According to Buddhist tradition Pemako is one of the 16 earthly paradises, a promised land free of worry, the ultimate hidden haven. The place is where, it is prophesied that the seed of humanity will thrive at the end of the world in famine and calamities.
Trek to sacred sites of the holy beyul (hidden paradise) of Pemako
Trek through pristine and remote landscapes of the mysterious eastern Himalayas.
Visit a region incredibly rich in flora and fauna, and is a part of Dibang Valley Biosphere Reserve
Visit the beautiful sacred lakes of Danakosha, where the path to liberation clears and tantric powers are abound
Visit the sacred site and temple of Dewakota, associated with many legends related to Padmasambhava
Visit tribal villages of Khampa Tribe, Adi Tribe, and Buddhist villages
Mizoram is highly underrated destination. Deep valleys, exotic culture, salubrious climate and rare natural flora and fauna are the reasons why Mizoram is worth exploring.
Discover Mizo rural lifestyle
Climb the Blue Mountain
Explore the Hmuifang hills
This is a trekking circuit in the eastern part of the Arunachal Himalayas. The trek leads through tribal villages and green mountains of the Dree Valley. Tribal villages of the Idu Mishmi tribe are visited en route and there are overnight stays in tribal houses. This part of Arunachal is very infrequently visited, vast and wild for a complete exploratory trekking.
The villages you will visit of the Idu Mishmis in this area are one of the remotest regions of the world and people here live a life totally disconnected from the outside world. The Idu Mishmis are also known for maintaining venerable sense of social bonding and unity among its members through their unique socio-religious rituals in daily life, yet giving a sense of personal freedom to individuals so as to incorporate aspects of material progress in their lifestyle.
Interact with Mishmi tribe
An “end of the world” atmosphere
Visit the last Indian tribal village in the region
This beautiful trip will take you to the heartland of Nagaland which holds in its fold some of the most amazing sights and mesmerising experiences.
Climb the 3 highest peaks of Nagaland
Explore the beautiful Dzukou Valley
Experience rural homestay and Naga hospitality
Namdapha National Park in Changlang district on the eastern tip of the state was declared Tiger Reserve in 1983 by the government of India. Located close to Himalayan ranges, the stunning park that lies across various altitudes ranging between 200 and 4500 m elevates your spirits. The park covers a massive 2000 km² of land, containing more than 1000 species of plants, 500 species of birds, 350 butterflies and many smaller forms of life.
Trek in India's densest Rainforest
Bird watching in a land of more than 500 species of birds
Meet remote tribes (Singpho, Tangsa and Lisu) who live a marvellous sustainable life
earn about surviving skills in a forest
Discover the culture of the Tai tribe in Assam
This famous trekking trail is named after the British officer David Scott, who was the then commissioner of revenue for erstwhile Assam. The 16 km long trail is an old mule track, traditionally used by the locals as a trade route from Mawphlang to present day Bangladesh. The trail takes one past streams with sparkling water, lush green meadows, waterfalls, deep valleys and traditional Khasi villages.
Off road trails
Discover the living root bridges
Immersion in Khasi culture
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