11 nights, 12 days


Nameri National Park, Sangti Valley, Tawang, McMohan Line, Tawang Monastery, Bum La Pass, Bomdila, Kaziranga National, Cherrapunjee, Mawlynnong, Dawki.


    Arrival Guwahati, Departure Guwahati/ Shillong

Day 01: Arrival at Guwahati Railway station, drive to Bhalukpung (4-5 hours).

Pick you up from Guwahati railway station and drive you to Nameri National Park and by crossing Jai Bharoli River by local boat, walk. around 1 kms on the sandbar and reach forest range with a forest guard. Forest trekking will start till the watch tower. Relax on the watch tower for any hour and enjoy the birds, butterflies and animals of the forest. Return back to the resort.

Night in Bhalukpung.

Day 02: After Breakfast drive to Dirang. En-route you will be visiting the following beautiful places: Tipi

Explore the Beautiful Sangti Valley.

Located just 15 km away from Dirang, Sangti Valley is a beautiful destination, which not many visits. Dotted with forested mountains comprising pine trees, wildflowers, rivers, you will get glimpses of the new parts of this state. It is no doubt one of the best places to see in Dirang.

You can visit the homes of the locals, meet the sheep, or stroll through the meadows – no matter what you do, you will love your time in this secluded valley. If you drive, you need around 30 minutes to reach Sangti valley from Dirang, 8km away. You will love the gorgeous lush landscapes which turn rich green right after the monsoons, with the terraced fields, seasonal flowers, and gushing waterfalls and streams at every turn make the valley fascinating. Also, when you are here, stop at Khaso Steel Bridge near Sangti.

You can witness various fruit orchids, including oranges, apples, lemon and kiwis. Also, do not miss spotting some exotic Himalayan birds when you are here.  If you are here during the winter, you will witness the magical snow-clad valleys and mountains. If you are lucky, you may even get to see snowfall. The best time to visit Sangti Valley is the summer between April to June or September to October. If you want to witness snow, late December or January would be ideal, although roads may be blocked if the snowfall is higher.

Visit the National Research Centre on Yak

One of the top places to visit in Dirang is the National Research Centre on Yak. Located in the West Kameng District in Dirang of Arunachal Pradesh, this premier institute was established in 1989 by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) to conserve and sustain the Indian species of Yak inhabiting the mountainous regions of the upper Himalayas.

The research centre is also dedicated to the improvement and upliftment of Yak husbandry, including fostering yaks’ health and conducting research on genetic resources to improve the efficiency of Yak Farming. You have to secure a permit first at the office to enter the research centre. Did you know? The Yak research centre has more than 150 varieties of Yaks. Nestled amidst the beautiful Eastern Himalayas, the views from the centre are stunning. It is no wonder it is one of the top tourist places in Dirang that you should not miss.

Also, visit their yak farm at Nyukmandung above the main road, where you can shop for different types of cheese and their products, along with some small souvenirs to take home.

Overnight accommodation will be in Dirang.

Day 03:  Drive to Tawang (134 km – 4hrs).

After breakfast drive to Tawang. While going to Tawang you will be visiting: Dirang monetary, Jaswant Garh, Sella Pass Snow area Depend on your time you can visit the followed tourist spots too.

Tawang Monastery (Gaden Namgyal Lhatse): Tawang Monastery about 400 years old, situated at an altitude of approximately 10,000 ft. is the second largest Buddhist monastery in India. It also holds the distinction of being the birthplace of the 6th Dalai Lama. The monastery is the house of more than 700 monks. Urqelling Monastery: It is the birthplace of the 6th Dalai Lama who is the only Indian to have risen to such a high position in Gelupka Sect of Buddhism so far. Inside the monastery there are several Stupas and people from all walks of life visit this place during Buddhist New Year to get the blessing for the coming year.

The Craft Center: The craft center in Tawang sells beautiful masks, hand woven carpets, jewellery in silver, coral and amber, ‘chubas’ the local dress and delightful affordable mementos.

Tawang War Memorial: After lunch around 3: 30 pm we will leave for Tawang War Memorial. The memorial is dedicated to the martyrs of the 1962 Sino-Indian war. The memorial is 40-foot-high and like a stupa in design. It is locally called ‘Namgyal Chortan’. The names of 2420 martyrs imprinted in gold on 32 black granite plagues.

Overnight accommodation will be in Tawang.

Day 04: After Breakfast you will be having full day sightseeing of Tawang.

Today you will be driven to the McMohan Line (Line of Control – Indo China). Later come back to Tawang. (special Local Jeep)

Sangestser Lake: This Lake was formed during the earthquake of 1950. The lake nestles between huge mountains and is clear and beautiful with what looked like a hundred bamboo poles standing straight up in the water all over the lake. The Lake is one of the remotest high-altitude lakes in the country and is deeply revered by Buddhists.

Pangateng Tso Lake (P.T. Tso Lake): There are number of beautiful lakes around Tawang. Among them Pangateng Tso, a natural lake that forms when the snow melts in summer, located 17 km away from Tawang is the most beautiful.

Bumla Pass: The Bum La Pass is located about 37 km away from Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh, at the Indo-China border above 16,500 ft above sea level. The road to Bum La is also a historical route, the People. Liberation Army of China invaded India during the 1962 Sino-Indian War. Here in Bum La Pass one of the fiercest battles took place in the 1962 Sino-Indian War. In 2006, Bumla pass was re-opened to traders for the first time in 44 years. Traders from both sides of the pass were permitted to enter each other’s territories, in addition to postal workers from each country. It is often covered with heavy snow throughout the year. It is one of the most off-beat passes in the world and is also referred to as the pass from where Dalai Lama entered India escaping from Tibet. This is a really beautiful place.

Overnight accommodation will be in Tawang.

Day 05 : Tawang- Bomdila (1976 kms/ 5-6 hrs)

After Breakfast transfer from Tawang to Bomdila. En-route visit Nurarang / Jung Falls. Bomdila is on the way to Tawang, situated at height of 8500 ft (distance from Tezpur 180 kms), Bomdila is a picturesque town in the foothills of Himalayas and the headquarter of West Kameng

District the land of the Monpa, Sherdukpen, Aka (Hrusso), Miji and Bogun (Khawas) tribes. One can see the brilliant landscape and snow-clad Go richen ranges of the Himalaya on a clear day.

Overnight accommodation will be in Bomdila.

Day 06: Bomdilla to Kaziranga National Park (205kms 4-5hrs)

After breakfast, check out of the hotel and visit the Craft Centre which Opens at 9:00 am and produces very fine, colorful exquisite designs carpets, Buddhist Thangkas (wall hangings) and masks. And the Lower Gompa which is opposite to each other. Later set off to Kaziranga.

Bomdila Monastery: The monastery has been built under the guidance of Dalai Lama. It is a residence of more than 200 Buddhist monks. From the monastery one can have the breathtaking view of the entire Bomdila. The time of pray is in dawn and dusk, attending which, one can have the absolute peace of mind.

Also visit Craft Center, where very fine wooden carpets of colorful designs and Masks are produced. Bomdila also offers a Bird eye view of Kangto and Go richen peaks (highest peaks in the state) amidst the Himalayan landscape and snow-clad ranges

Evening visit Kaziranga orchid and Biodiversity Park” and Tea Garden. Even visit Hathikhuli Tea outlet – for direct tea retail outlet by Hathikhuli Tea Garden for organic CTC and organic Green Tea. You can also enjoy Cultural programme at orchid park.

Overnight accommodation will be in Kaziranga.

Day 07: Kaziranga National Park to Shillong (253 kms /5 – 6 hrs)

Early morning you can take an Elephant Safari and Jeep safari in Kaziraga National park.

Behdienkhlam Festival |

And drive to Shillong. The ‘Scotland of the East’ lies in the centre of a plateau surrounded by Khasi hills. Enroute visit Umium Lake/Park – “Barapani”, Popular among the locals for its adventure water sports. In the evening you can visit the Police Bazaar.

Overnight accommodation will be in Shillong.

Day 08: Shillong – Sohra (~ 53 kms -1-2 hours)


After Breakfast, drive and exploration Cherrapunjee (Sohra). on the way you can visit Elephant Falls and drive to Sohra Sightseeing includes which will be include Mawkdok Dympep,  Khaid Dain thlen fall and Wei Sawdong Falls.

Cherrapunjee (Sohra) is framed as the wettest place on Earth is 53 kms from Shillong. The journey from Shillong to Sohra offers a pleasant drive as one witness numerous waterfalls & gorges. Longer stay gives opportunity to the visitor to explore limestone caves & waterfalls, the amazing living root bridges and galore of water & adventure activities. While the must visit places are the gorgeous Seven Sisters falls and the Mawsmai cave is in your tour plan.

Overnight accommodation will be in Sohra.

Day 09: Full day sightseeing in Sohra.


After Breakfast, drive and exploration again Cherrapunjee (Sohra) Nohsngithiang Falls, Nohkalikai Waterfalls, Mawsmai Cave, Arwah Cave, Thang kharang park and Khah Ramhah.

Overnight accommodation will be in Sohra.

Day 10:  Drive from Sohra to Dawki via Mawlynnong.

Early morning had a breakfast than drive to Mawlynnong village and Single Root Bridge.

Mawlynnong is a village of 75 households with a population of 400. An idyllic location, this village epitomizes a standard, which all other villages need to aspire to be. Dubbed the cleanest village in India by Discover India Magazine. Paved walkways and beautiful flowerbed all along mark the village, with waterfalls, a living root bridge, and hilly rivulets.


Continue Driving to Dawki and visite Shnong pdeng (Tamabil – Indo Bangladesh Border and Umngot River), It’s the bordering town to Bangladesh town Tamabil. On this day you will be visiting Indo- Bangladesh Friendship border, Dawki River.

Overnight accommodation will be in Dawki.

Day 11: Strength drive from Dawki to Guwahati. (177kms – 5hours)

Early morning drive to Guwahati followed the Local sightseeing in Guwahati Kamakhya Temple, Umananda Temple and Brahmaputra crossing Rope way.

Overnight accommodation will be in Guwahati.

Day 12    Drive and drop off at the airport (1½ hours).

The activities for this day will depend on the time available before your flight. Most of our guests choose to relax at the hotel.

You will be driven to Guwahati/ Shillong International Airport in time for your return flight.

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