Eastern Arunachal - 12 Days

This beautiful town of Hayuliang lies at the confluence of the Lohit and Delai rivers in the Anjaw district. Hayuliang means "the place of my liquor". It enjoys pleasant, cool and salubrious climate. The panoromic view of the confluence of the rivers and scenic surroundings make the place worth visiting. This program is designed to put these wonderful places in the tourism map to those people who search for a new and unique place to visit. The infrastructure of these places are not very advance or you might even say very rudimentary but the pureness these places have in themselves, the satisfaction they offer to the traveller while they drive through the bumpy road and finally interacting with the hospitable local folks makes it a truly magnificent holiday one might search for.

Places Visiting : Dibrugarh – Tinsukia - Miao – Tezu - Hayuliang – Roing – Tinsukia

Highlight :

Explore tribal villages: Tangsa, Chakma and Ligu

Drive through picturesque serpentine roads of Arunachal Pradesh

Have local tribal lunches and interact with local people

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From Theraveda to Mahanaya Buddhism (14 days)

This tour is for discovering an old Burmese settler tribe called Khamti/Hkamti. This people are very strong believer of Theravada Buddhism to Tibetian settlers in Weastern Arunachal Pradesh. A complete difference of sect of Buddhism in a single province

Places Visiting : Dibrugarh – Tinsukia - Miao – Tipamphake - Dibrugarh – Sibsagar – Nameri NP - Dirang – Tawang - Bomdilla – Balipara - Guwahati

Highlight :

Visit the Buddhist establishments of Theravada and Mahayana

Drive through the pass once a border of Tibet – Sela Pass at 4500 m

Explore one of Asia’s largest monasteries

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Mechuka, the land of hidden treasure (12 days)

Mechuka... A serene land tucked into the North Eastern tip of India, now invites you to relax in its picturesque hills and valleys, enjoy its salubrious climate and meet its simple and hospitable people, with their glorious heritage of arts and crafts and colourful festivals that reflect their ancient faith in the inexorable power of nature.

With cascading waterfalls and crystal clear water running on stony river beds, the exclusivity of this valley holds out a promise of serenity. The undulating grassland slopes surrounding the valley, along with the high snow covered peaks almost in ‘touching’ distance hide amidst itself deep religious and historical significance. The Samtem Yongcham monastery of the Mahayana Sect, situated atop a hill overlooking the valley is believed to be more then 400 years old. The Siyom River running through the valley makes Mechuka a perfect blend of nature, spirituality and history- all combined to make one truly amazing destination.

Places Visiting : Guwahati – Tezpur - Ziro – Daporijo - Along – Mechuka - Pasighat – Dibrugarh

Highlight :

Interact with unique communities of Arunachal Pradesh

Have a local dinner in an Apatani family in Ziro

Enjoy adventure sports in Mechuka

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The Bliss of Arunachal - 8 DAYS

Its a Holiday to Eastern most state of India. You will travel to the Tawang - the land of Bodic Arunachal Pradesh. Here you will be visiting asia's second largest buddhist Gompa. Here you will also visit the Indo-China border - Bumla Pass.

Places Visiting : Guwahati – Nameri NP - Dirang – Tawang - Bumla Pass –Bomdila

Highlight :

Discover tribes of Arunachal Pradesh: Sherdukpan, Monpa, Nyishi, Apatani, Galo (gallong), Tagin and Padum

Visit Asia’s second largest Buddhist monastery in Tawang

Drive through 4170 m pass once entry gate of Tibet

Cross the mighty Brahmaputra river in a ferry

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Ziro Escapade (6 days)

Spread from 1700 to 2400 m high, the wide-open landscape of the Ziro Valley is an earthly paradise. Lush, pond filled open expanses of paddy and millet are dotted with hills covered in pine and bamboo.

Ziro is home to the tribal group called the Apatanis who are one amongst very few tribes in the world who worship nature (sun & moon). They are famous for their unique methods of sustainable farming and social forestry. Apatani cultural landscape even features in tentative list of UNESCO World Heritage Site for "extremely high productivity" and "unique" way of preserving ecology. 

Apart from falling in love with the mesmerizing and mysterious landscape, there are other things you can do in Ziro: participate in the daily activities of the communities, listen to folk stories from the local storytellers, learn about the animist customs of the tribe, visit the markets, taste the tribal cuisine, go hiking to the nearby jungles and villages, bird-watching and fishing in the many fresh streams.

Places Visiting : Dibrugarh – Ziro -

Highlight :

Explore the beautiful Ziro Valley

Discover the Apatanis and their unique lifestyle

Cross the mighty Brahmaputra by ferry

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