Embark on a 12-day journey through the hidden gems of Arunachal Pradesh, where lush landscapes meet vibrant cultures. From the tranquility of Nameri National Park to the cultural richness of Ziro’s Apatani villages, each day unfolds with a new adventure. Discover the craftsmanship of Tagin Haven in Daporijo, delve into the Adi territory in Along, and witness the confluence of rivers in Pasighat. The expedition concludes with a serene cruise through the tea gardens of Dibrugarh, leaving you with indelible memories of an immersive exploration into the heart of Northeast India.
Nestled in the foothills of Arunachal Pradesh, Nameri Nature Oasis stands as a tranquil haven for nature enthusiasts. This enchanting site, located just a scenic drive away from Guwahati, offers a serene escape with its rolling hills, deciduous forests, and the soothing flow of the Jia Bhoroli River. A perfect starting point for any Arunachal adventure, Nameri Nature Oasis provides a pristine environment for those seeking to immerse themselves in the natural beauty of the region.
Nestled in the enchanting landscapes of Ziro, the Apatani villages stand as cultural gems, each telling a unique tale of tradition and harmony with nature. Distinguished by bamboo groves and picturesque settings, these villages provide a captivating glimpse into the distinctive lifestyle of the Apatani tribe. Characterized by traditional housing, terraced fields, and the intricate facial tattoos of women, Apatani villages in Ziro offer a serene retreat for those seeking an authentic cultural experience in the heart of Arunachal Pradesh.
Daporijo, a land of rich cultural heritage, unfolds its charm through the Tagin Haven. This haven is a testimony to the artistic prowess of the Tagin tribe, featuring suspension bridges crafted from bamboo and cane over the Subansiri River. As you explore the Tagin Haven, you’ll encounter a vibrant display of traditional craftsmanship and cultural nuances that make Daporijo a captivating destination for those seeking an immersive cultural experience in the diverse tapestry of Arunachal Pradesh.
Dibrugarh, situated in the northernmost tip of Assam, is renowned for its sprawling tea gardens that weave an expansive green carpet across the landscape. As the gateway to Arunachal Pradesh, Dibrugarh boasts the world’s largest area covered by tea estates. Visitors are welcomed into a serene realm where lush tea plantations stretch as far as the eye can see. The tea gardens of Dibrugarh not only offer breathtaking views but also provide an exclusive insight into the artistry and heritage of tea production. Immerse yourself in the aroma, beauty, and cultural significance of this verdant haven before bidding adieu to this tea-infused paradise.
Overnight Nameri National Park.
Return to your hotel. Overnight at Ziro.
The small town is endowed with scenic beauty. One can see suspension bridges over Subansiri River made from bamboo and cane – a testimony of rich tribal craftsmanship. Subansiri River is ideal for river rafting, angling and picnic. Enroute visit Nishi & Tagin villages. Arrive and check into your hotel. Overnight at Daporijo.
Enroute enjoy the great view of Great Siang and Siyom confluence – the origin of Great River Brahmaputra. Also visit Minnyion villages before moving on to Pasighat.
Arrive and check into your hotel. Overnight at Pasighat.
Overnight at Tinsukia.