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Arunachal Pradesh - North East India



  North East India Tours - Arunachal, Assam




Tawang Arunachal PradeshRight at the top of north-eastern India, crowning its six clustered sisters like a protective helmet, is Arunachal Pradesh, the `Land of the Dawn-lit- Mountains.' This is the first Indian soil to greet the morning sun. Dawn first illuminates Arunachal's border with China: a long border which stretches all the way from its east, over to its northern boundaries and down to its north- western edge where it merges with Tibet. To its west is Bhutan and on its southern end it touches Assam, Nagaland and Burma before sweeping up to Calcutta.

Arunachal Pradesh, a mysterious, magical and mystical land tucked away in the north eastern tip of India is one of the most compelling holiday destinations in India. Arunachal Pradesh offers a broad spectrum of interests from snow-capped mountains, free flowing streams, verdant valleys and rivers to tribal people with their customs still living in their traditional villages to rich flora and fauna that has started attracting tourists from all over the world.

Arunachal Pradesh is Sanskrit for "Land of the Rising Sun".

There are about a thousand species of orchids in India of which over 600 species of orchids are found in Arunachal Pradesh.


We suggest you travel light. It is advisable to bring warm clothes like sweaters and jackets as you may face single digit temperatures, which at times go below zero degree. Walking shoes, binoculars, insect repellent, personal medical requirement, and torchlight will come handy.


All foreign tourists intending to visit Arunachal Pradesh require Restricted Area Permits. These permits can be obtained from Indian Missions abroad, Foreigners Regional Registration Offices (FRRO) at New Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata (Calcutta), Chief Immigration Officer, Chennai, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi and Home Commissioner, Government of Arunachal Pradesh, Itanagar for a period of ten days for a group of four or more persons. Foreign tourists visiting Arunachal Pradesh on their own arrangement are required to pay US$ 50.00 per head to the Government of Arunachal Pradesh.

Indian tourists desiring to visit Arunachal Pradesh need an Inner Line Permit. The Inner Line Permit can be obtained from the Secretary (Political), Itanagar or from the respective Deputy Commissioners of the districts of Arunachal Pradesh as well as from the offices of the Government of Arunachal Pradesh in the various cities and towns.

Day 01 :         Arrive Guwahati , air  
Arrive Guwahati by air. Assistance on arrival and transger to your hotel.
Situated on the bank of the mighty river Brahmaputra, Guwahati is said to be the City of Eastern Light - is the gateway to north eastern India. The name is a combination of two words: Guwa meaning areca nut and Hat meaning market. Guwahati is the commercial nerve centre of the North-East

Evening visit 'Kalakshetra', a place where Assamese history and culture is depicted in a sprawling enclosure.

Overnight at your hotel.

Itanagar Buddha TempleDay 02 :        Guwahati – Itanagar (381 kms)
Morning drive for Itanagar and on arrival check-in at your hotel.

Itanagar is the capital of the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. Itanagar is situated at the foothills of Himalayas. It comes administratively under Papum Pare district.

Overnight at your hotel.

Day 03 :        Itanagar – Ziro (170 kms/ 4hrs)
Morning visit Itafort - speaks about its illustrious past, dating back to the 14-15 centuries.

Later on drive for Ziro enroute visiting NISHI TRIBES. On arrival in Ziro, check-in at your hotel.

"Ziro is a small picturesque and beautiful destination filled with Pine and Bamboo groves, villages, a craft centre and Tarin Fish Farm. At Ziro we would also be able to see the indigenous method of rice cultivation"

Overnight at your hotel.

Arunachal Pradesh - North East IndiaDay 04 :        Ziro – Daporijo (170 kms/ 5hrs)
Morning visit APATANI villages and later on proceed for Daporijo enroute visiting TAGIN and HILL MIRI villages and on arrival check-into Government lodge.

Daporijo, alternately Daporizo, is a charming town on the right bank of river Subansiri. Along is 160 km east, while Itanagar - the state capital – is 423 km towards south-west.

Afternoon the Meghna Cave Temple – dedicated to Lord Shiva , some distance from Daporijo.

Overnight at your lodge.  

Day 05 :        Daporijo – Along (180 kms/5hrs)  
Morning drive for Along enroute visiting the tribal villages . The main tribe of this area is ADI GALLONG - The Adis are quite a number of tribal groups, scattered over the Siang districts and the Lower dibang valley district of Arunachal. One of the most striking features of the Adi society is its highly organised political institution represented by the kebang

On arrival in Along, check-in at your hotel.

Along the headquarter of west Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh located at an altitude of 300m inhabitants of Adi (Gallong) tribes

Rest of the day visit local market and museum. Overnight at your hotel.  

Day 06 :        Along – Pasighat (130 kms/4 hrs)
Today morning leave for Pasighat enroute visiting more tribal villages . On arrival, check-in at your hotel.

Welcome to Pasighat, the oldest town of Arunachal Pradesh. The town was established in 1911 by the British. Pasighat is situated on the banks of the river Siang and is at a height of 152 m. from the sea level. It's population is almost 23,000.

Evening sight seeing of Pasighat town. Overnight at your hotel.

Day 07 :        Pasighat – Dibrugarh (110 kms, 4 hrs drive with 2 hrs ferry ride)
Brahamputra RiverMorning drive for Dibrugarh.  Along the way we will cross the mighty Brahmaputra river by ferry which takes about 6 hrs. The river Brahamaputra is the confluence of the Siang and Lohit river of Arunachal Pradesh.The ferry service Pasighat to Dibrugarh is a lifeline for this tribe Check into a tea guest house.

Located in the upper northeast corner of India, Dibrugarh is well connected with the rest of India.m  There is also no requirement of any kind of permit to travel in Assam. Dibrugarh is famous for Tea. It has the worlds largest area covered by tea gardens.

Evening walk around Dibrugarh town. Overnight at your guest house.

Day 08 :        Dibrugarh – onward destination
Departure transfer to the airport in time to board the flight for onward destination

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