Route : Delhi-Dibrugarh-Majuli-Jorhat-Kaziranga-Bhalukpong-Dirang-Tawang-Bomdila-Nameri-Guwahati-Delhi

An exhilarating ride through the North Eastern state of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh that starts in the plains of Dibrugarh and takes you in a spectacular drive through Bhalukpong, Tipi, Bomdila, picturesque Tenga valley and Sela Pass leading to Tawng at 3,048m. It is a long journey where the scenery never ceases to amaze you. Nature unfolds its choicest gems at every curve of this unforgettable journey. After crossing Bomdila, the road trip turns into a Himalayan adventure with increasingly cold temperatures, frequent hairpin bends on the road, high altitude scenery and change in atmosphere due to the sharp increase in altitude on the way to reaching the Sela Pass (4144m), the highest motorable road in north-east India. 
Tawang is the home of the Mopa tribes and India’s largest, most revered and spectacular monastery.  
This is a journey where the combination of scenery, culture, wildlife and adventure never ceases to amaze with a kaleidoscope of color, flavors, thrill and serenity.  

14 Nights 15 Days Available on request

What is included in the tour

14 nights Accommodation as per hotels selected
Transfers and sightseeing by exclusive vehicle with all toll tax, parking fuel and driver allowance
Wildlife safari at Kaziranga National Park with exclusive safari car and naturalist
English speaking experienced guidesaccompanying from Day 2 - day 14.
All monument entry fees
Assistance at arrival and departure
24 x 7 assistance over phone, whatsapp and mail.

What is NOT included in the tour

Personal expenses like laundry, tips & gratuity, telephone charges.
Flight or train tickets.
Anything not mentioned in Inclusions.

Frequenty Asked Questions(FAQ)

FAQ (Frequently asked questions)
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Trip Garde / Difficulty
This trip is of Level 3 (Active) category.
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Best Time to visit and climate:
The best time for this trip is November - April. May onwards is it starts raining in the mountain areas leading to bad road conditions and landslides.  

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Brief Itinerary

Day 1 – Arrive in Delhi
Transfer to Hotel, Rest and relax.
Day 2 – Delhi-Dibrugarh-Dihing
Fly to Dibrugarh
Transfer to Dihing by road (30 km / 1 hr)
Afternoon village visit followed by Assamese traditional dinner
Day 3 – Dibrugarh-Nematighat-Majuli Island
Transfer to Nematighat
Transfer to Majuli Island by ferry over Bramhaputra river
Afternoon boat ride to enjoy the sunrise on Brahmaputra.
Day 4 – Majuli
At Majuli explore the Satras, Mask painters' studios, potters' village and Mishing tribal village.
Day 5 – Majuli-Nematighat-Jorhat
Transfer to Nematighat by Ferry
Transfer to Jorhat Tea Bungalow (70 km / 2.5 hrs)
Day 6 – Jorhat-Holongapar-Kaziranga
Morning visit to Holongapar Gibbon Sanctuary
After lunch drive to Kaziranga (120km / 3 hrs)
Day 7 – Kaziranga National Park
Morning elephant safari and  Jeep Safari in Kaziranga National Park
Afternoon  Jeep Safari in Kaziranga National Park
Day 8 – Kaziranga-Bhalukpong
Morning Jeep Safari in Kaziranga National Park
After breakfast, transfer to Bhalukpong (107 km / 3 hrs)
Day 9 – Bhalukpong-Dirang
Transfer to Dirang (150 km / 5 hrs), on the way visit Tippi Orchid Sanctuary
Day 10 – Dirang-Tawang
Morning visit to Kalachakra monastery and Dirang Zong and travel to Tawang.
Travel for about 7/8 hours to Tawang across the second highest motorable pass 'Sella'(4144m). Photo stop at the mammoth Jung water falls which comes on the way.  
Day 11 – Tawang
Tawang is the land of the Monpa Tribes, who follow the Gelupa Sect of the Mahayana School of Buddhism. It is the birthplace of the sixth Dalai Lama Tsangyang  Gyasto and is known as “The Land of The Lamas” and is surrounded by ancient Buddhist monasteries and beautiful lakes. Tawang Monastery is about 400 years old, situated at an altitude of approximately 3048m is the second largest Buddhist monastery in India.  and houses some rarest Buddhist scripts, artifacts and Thangkas. Visit to War Memorial, Craft Emporium and local market.
Day 12 – Tawang-Bomdila
Transfer to Bomdila (170 km / 7 hrs)
Afternoon visit the local market and Buddhist monastery
Day 13 – Bomdila-Balipara
Transfer to Balipara tea estate (130 km / 4 hrs)
Day 14 – Balipara - Guwahati
Transfer to Guwahati ( 150 km / 4 hrs)
Afternoon visit Umananda and Kamakhya temple.
Day 15 – Guwahati-Delhi
Transfer to Guwahati Airport
Fly to Delhi & transfer to international airport.


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