Arunachal Pradesh is known as the 'Land of the Dawn-lit Mountains'. Tourists from across the world come to Arunachal Pradesh to see the picturesque beauty of the territory. Arunachal Pradesh is situated at the foothills of Himalayas; it is this picturesque setting of Arunachal Pradesh that attracts a soul.

The history of pre-modern Arunachal Pradesh remains shrouded in mystery. Oral histories possessed to this day by many Arunachali tribes of Tibeto-Burman stock are much richer and point unambiguously to a northern origin in modern-day Tibet. Again corroboration remains difficult. From the point of view of material culture it is clear that most indigenous Arunachali groups align with Burma-area hill tribals, a fact that could either be explainable in terms of a northern Burmese origin or from westward cultural diffusion.

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  1. Day 1 Guwahati – Tezpur (Distance 200 Kms / 05 hrs)

    Your first day in Northeast India , arrive at Guwahati airport, our company representative will receive you and assist to proceed to Tezpur - situated on the north bank of the river Brahmaputra, the beautiful historical town of Tezpur is well known for its ancient temples and ruins. Evening at leisure. Overnight stay in Tezpur.

  2. Day 2 Tezpur – Dirang (Distance 190 Kms / 08 hrs)

    Today after breakfast drive to Dirang (190 kms / 08 hrs), enroute at Tipi visit Orchid Center and enroute visit Sessa Orchid Sanctuary (blooming is from end March till May), reach Dirang and visit the Dirang Dzong and a Monpa village. Check into the hotel and overnight at Dirang.

    Dirang: Situated at an altitude of 4910 ft above the sea level, Dirang a beautiful hill station comprises of Tribal Mahayana Monpas sharing their traditions and heritage which are similar to Western Bhutan.Dirang is a Sub-divisional headquarters in the West Kameng District and well known for its Hot Water Spring and Apple Orchards apart from its mesmerizing natural beauty. It is also used as a base camp for trekking and bird watching at Mandla or Madla Phudong, which is situated at a distance about 28 km from Dirang. Dirang features unique flora & fauna, numerous medicinal plants have their habitat in this area.

    Dirang Dzong: Dirang Dzong or the locally known as “ JONG” – the fort at Dirang was built in 1831 represent the authority of the King / Chief and also an importa centre of Public Administration is an important historical monument for the Monpas of Dirang circle. It was also the centre of Military and Judicial activities concerning the entire population within its jurisdiction. It is at a strategically located hill top and comprises of an array of four storied fortified stone buildings in which the entire village could take refuge at the time of war. It is the only one of its kind in the entire area.

    Tipi Orchid Center: Arunachal Pradesh is known for its rich occurrence of orchids with more than 600 species abounding the state. The ideal climate and diversity of habitat have favoured the growth of orchids in abundance, making the state an 'orchid paradise' of our country . Realizing the importance of orchids in floricultural development government ofArunacha l Prades h under the department of Environment and Forests established an Orchid Station at Tipi in West Kameng district, with the objectives of conservation research and development of orchids as a supplemental crop to the local people.

  3. Day 3 Dirang – Tawang (Distance 150 Kms / 09 hrs)

    Today after breakfast drive to Tawang (160 kms / 08 hrs), enroute you will visit Sella Pass and Sella Lake situated at an altitude of 13476 ft. Also visit Jaswant Ghar and before reaching Tawang visit the Nunarang fall. Reach Tawang and check into Hotel. Evening at leisure. Overnight at Tawang.

    Jaswant Ghar: Jaswant Garh is located at a distance of around 21 kilometre from Sela Pass towards Tawang. This Garh is a home of a warrior, Jaswant Singh who sacrificed during the war that was fought against Chinese soldiers. He fought continuously for 72 hours, during the Indo-China war that occurred in 1962. The place is open to travellers to pay a tribute and salute to this great warrior.

  4. Day 4 Tawang

    Today visit tawang Monestry, Urgelling Monastery, Ani Gompa and Tawang War Memorial. Sangatsar Lake and Ptso Lake. Overnight in Tawang.

    Tawang Monestry: The Famous Gaden Namgyal Lhatse, popularly known as Tawang Monastery was founded by Merak Lama Lodre Gyatso in the year 1680-81. The monastery stands on the spur of a hill, about 10,000 feet above sea level and has ravines in the south and west, narrow ridge on the north and gradual slope on the east. It offers a commanding and picturesque view of the Tawang-chu valley. From a distance it appears like a fort as if guarding the votaries in the wide valley below. Tawang monastery is the largest of its kind in the country and is one of the larges t monasteries in Asia. Though it has the capacity for housing about seven hundred monks, the actual number of resident lamas (monks) at present is a little more than 450. This monastery is the fountain-head of the spiritual life of the people of this region.

    Urgelling Monastery: The birthplace of His Holi Highness the sixth Dalai Lama, the sacred Urgelling monastery lies about five kilometers to the south of the serene Tawang town in the north eastern Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. Surrounded by the graceful Himalayas and the picturesque Tawang-Chu valley, the Urgelling monastery traces its root to the 15th century CE, when around 1489, it was established by Urgen Sangpo as a Buddhist spiritual centre.

    A home to the Buddhist monks and Lamas following the Lamaistic Mahayana school of thought, the monastery became a sacred place for the Buddhists since 1683 CE, the year when the sixth Dalai Lama Ngawang Gyamtso was born to the Lama Tashi Tenzin(father) of Urgelling and Tsewang Lhamo(mother) of Bekhar. The monastery was restored and enlarged in the year 1699 by Desi Sangye Gyamtso, and now its renovated look possessed a double storied main temple, an assembly hall with eight pillars, an altar room with four pillars, a deities' chapel with two pillars, a residential quarter for His Holi Highness the sixth Dalai Lama, a chapel to practice the tantric practices, Ka-Gyur house and a courtyard with twenty rooms meant for residential quarters for the monks and the Lamas.

    Ani Gompa: Gyangong Ani Gompa in Tawang Arunachal Pradesh is a beautiful Nunnery, having about 50 Buddhist Nuns. The Nunnery is located on top of a beautiful hillock about 5 km away in the north of Tawang. Founded by Mera Lam Lodre Gyamtso, the Nunnery was subsequently offered by him to his elder sister.

    This Ani Gompa is under the control of Tawang Monastery. The Tawang monastery provides for the every day needs of the nuns and their monastery. The Location of nunnery and the customs being followed here by the nuns reminds one of a bygone era, when Buddhism was preached in a calm and serene atmosphere under the shades of a tree.

    Tawang War Memorial: The Tawang war memorial is a 40 feet multi-hued chorten like structure and commemorates the bravery of the Indian heroes of the Indo-Shino war of 1962. It is situated in front of the picturesque Tawang-Chu valley in the Tawang district of Arunachal Pradesh and holds an inscription inscribed in praise of the bravery of the soldiers:

    "How can a Man die Better than facing Fearful Odds, For the Ashes of His Fathers and the Temples of His Gods To the sacred memory of the Heroes of Rezang La, 24 Martyrs of the 13 Kumoan who fought to the Last Man, Last Round, Against Hordes of Chinese on 18. November 1962."

  5. Day 5 Tawang – Bomdila (Distance 190 Kms / 08 hrs)

    After breakfast drive back to Bomdila (190 kms / 08 hrs drive). Overnight stay at Bomdila.

  6. Day 6 Bomdila – Nameri (Distance 140 Kms / 06 hrs)

    Today after an early breakfast we drive to Nameri, enroute we divert and visit the Rupa Monastry and Kalaktang, then we drive back and proceed to Nameri, check into Eco Camp and overnight stay.

  7. Day 7 Nameri – Ziro (Distance 310 Kms / 08 hrs)

    After breakfast we will proceed to Ziro – the headquarter of Lower Subansiri district of Arunachal Pradesh, located at an altitude of 1560metres, is a plateau surrounded by Apatani tribal villages. Evening free at leisure. Overnight at Ziro.

  8. Day 8 Ziro

    Today explore the villages of the Apatani Tribes – the inhabitants on the banks of the Kali River in the Subansiri District, are the most civilized people of Arunachal Pradesh. They are a peace loving settled tribe and practices the most modern form of terraced cultivation.Today we visit Hija –Bulla – Hari and Hong village. Hong is supposed be to the largest village in Asia. Overnight at Ziro.

  9. Day 9 Ziro – Daporizo (Distance 180 Kms / 09 hrs)

    After breakfast, we will drive to Daporizo – the headquarter of the Upper Subansiri district of Arunachal Pradesh, located at an altitude of six hundred meters is an inhabitant of Tagin tribes. Enroute you can visit Hillmiri tribal villages at Raga. Evening at leisure. Overnight at Daporizo.

  10. Day 10 Daporizo – Aalo (Distance 160 Kms / 07 hrs)

    After breakfast, we will drive to Along – the headquarter of West Siang District of Arunachal Pradesh located at an altitude of 300 meters an inhabitants of Adi (Gallong ) tribes. The tribe Adi has different sub tribes which differ from each others like Adi (Gallong, Minyong, Pasi, Padam, Bori and Boker). Afternoon visit Kabo village. Evening at leisure. Overnight at Along.

  11. Day 11 Aalo

    Today after breakfast we will explore more of Galo and Padam villages. Overnight in Aalo.

  12. Day 12 Aalo – Pasighat (Distance 140 Kms / 06 hrs)

    After breakfast, drive to Pasighat– the headquarter of East Siang District of Arunachal Pradesh, located at an altitude of 150 meters, an inhabitant of Adi (Minyong) tribe. Enroute visit the Adi Galong Tribe and enjoy the great view of the confluence of Siang and Siyom rivers, which is the origin of great river Brahmaputra. If time permits visit the local market at Pasighat, evening at leisure. Overnight at Pasighat.

  13. Day 13 Pasighat – Dibrugarh (Distance 30 Kms / ferry 06 hrs / 1.30 hrs)

    Drive to Dibrugarh(Assam) - crossing River Brahmaputra by country made ferry which takes five to six hours in the river Brahmaputra to reach Dibrugarh is situated on the South bank of river Brahmaputra. It is a major town and trade centre of Upper Assam and also a major tea producing and educational centre. Evening at leisure. Overnight at Dibrugarh.

  14. Day 14 Dibrugarh

    Today after breakfast we drive to Dibrugarh airport for onward destination.

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