CALL FOR PRICE The wildlife sanctuaries in Assam are a heterogeneous mixture of a variety of landscapes, plants, birds and animals. The suitable climatic conditions, geographical location and vast forest reserves have made Assam a favourable destination for birds, animals and natural vegetation. The fauna of Arunachal Pradesh is equally rich with many rare species that are found in its wildlife parks and sanctuaries.

Product Details

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Stay

  • Night stay in camps.

food

Meals

  • All Meals (Breakfast, Dinner and Lunch)

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  • Elephant Ride
  • Trekking
  • Rafting
  • Jeep safari

Other Inclusions

  • All Transportation Using A.C Toyota Innova / ZYLO( 04 Pax in one vehicle)
  • One trip of Elephant Ride in Manas
  • One round of Jeep safari in Manas
  • One trekking trip in Nameri
  • One Rafting trip in Nameri
  • One Trip of Elephant Ride in Kaziranga
  • Two Round of Jeep safari in Kaziranga ( exclusive)
  • Forest entry charges
  • Escorted English Speaking Guide service
  • One bottle of Mineral water per Peron

Things to Carry

  • A small backpack or day pack with a plastic or water-proof lining
  • Wardrobe essentials
  • Moisturizer, Sun Screen Lotion, Lip Balm
  • Personal Medicine Kit
  • Gaiters
  • Rain cover for bags
  • Insulated water bottle and hydration pack (optional)
  • Torch / Flashlight (with extra batteries)
  • Extra Polythene bags
  1. Day 1 GUWAHATI – NAMERI NATIONAL PARK

    Arrive at Guwahati airport, received and transferred to Nameri National Park (220 kms / 05 hrs drive), reach Nameri and check into Eco Camp. Overnight stay in Eco Camp.

  2. Day 2 NAMERI – LAMA CAMP

    Early morning after breakfast and drive proceed to Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary, enroute stop at Sessa Orchid Sanctuary for birding later continue drive. Arrive Lama Camp late afternoon. Overnight at lama camp (fixed tents).

  3. Day 3 LAMA CAMP – BOMPHU

    Early morning have breakfast and start birding towards Bompu camp. We will be doing bird watching on foot and also drive to the points for birds. Packed lunch will be served Enroute. Overnight Bompu birding camp.

  4. Day 4 BOMPHU

    Full day birding around the radius of the camp. Overnight Bompu birding camp.

  5. Day 5 BOMPHU

    Full day birding towards Kheyllong area. Packed breakfast and lunch will be provided. Overnight Bompu birding camp.

  6. Day 6 BOMPHU – LAMA CAMP

    Full Day birding to look for the missed birds. Later drive to Lama Camp and overnight stay.

  7. Day 7 LAMA CAMP – DIRANG

    Today after breakfast do some birding and then drive to Dirang ( 04 hrs drive), reach Dirang and check into hotel, evening at leisure and overnight stay.

  8. Day 8 DIRANG – SELLA - DIRANG

    Early morning drive to 5th highest motor able road in the World at 13,700 feet, The Sela Pass to look for Blood Pheasant, Snow Pigeon, Snow Pheasant, Himalayan Monal, Grandala etc. Afternoon drive back to Dirang for Overnight.

  9. Day 9 DIRANG – NAMERI NATIONAL PARK

    Drive back to Nameri (07 hrs drive), at leisure in Eco Camp. Overnight stay at Eco Camp.

  10. Day 10 NAMERI

    Today go for a trekking trip inside the national park (only national park where you can walk with forest arm guard) for 03 hrs, back to Eco Camp and after having breakfast and refreshment go for a gentle boat ride in rubber dinghies in Jia Bhoreli River flowing along the national park ( 02 ½ hrs on the river). Afternoon you free at leisure or after lunch and refreshment go for a village walk in nearby villages. Overnights stay in Eco Camp.

  11. Day 11 NAMERI – GUWAHATI

    Drive to Guwahati airport (05 hrs drive) for onward destination.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is the best time to visit Assam?

The state of Assam has three general seasons: winter, summer and monsoon. The best time to visit Assam is during the winter season, between the months of October to March. Temperatures during this time are between 8°C to 20°C. The mild climate is pleasant enough for sightseeing and even trekking. The Bhopal Bihu Festival or Harvest Festival of Assam is also held during January. After the winter season, the summer season follows, which is between April to June. Temperatures range between 32°C to 38°C during these months. If you'd like to visit the wildlife parks of Assam, this is the best time to do so as the animals go to the bodies of water for some relief from the heat. Make sure that you bring your umbrella and light clothing with you as the climate is a bit hot. The last season is the monsoon season, from July to September. Temperatures range between 28°C to 32°C. During this time, heavy rain showers and thunderstorms are rampant along Assam. It's not a good time to visit the region as it's not uncommon for flooding to occur as well.



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