Day 01 Dibrugarh – Namsai (Tengapani):
Assistance on arrival and drive to Namsai, on the way stop at Darak gate for entry formalities. (Entry point to Arunachal Pradesh). Evening visit Pakoda / Buddha temple. Overnight Namsai.
Day 02 Namsai – Pasuramkund – Namsai (47kms 2hrs):
Morning after breakfast drive to Pasuramkund. Explore the holy place and later on drive back to Namsai. In route visit Pagoda at Chokham, Overnight Namsai.
The site of the Parashuram Kund as established by the sadhu was in existence until the 1950 Assam earthquake that shook the whole of the North-East and the kund was completely covered. A very strong current is now flowing over the original site of the kund but massive boulders have in a mysterious way embedded themselves in a circular formation in the river bed thus forming another kund in place of the old. It is a shrine of all-India importance located in the lower reaches of the Lohit River. Thousands of pilgrims visit the place in winter every year, especially on the Makar Sankranti day for a holy dip in the sacred kund which is believed to wash away one’s sins.
Day 03 Namsai – Tezu (56kms 1.30hrs):
Morning after breakfast drive to Tezu, headquarter of Lohit District. Explore the town, Tibetan refugee camp and evening drive back to Namsai. Evening explore Local market at Namsai.
Day 04 Namsai – Dibrugarh Airport (115kms 3hrs):
Today transfer to the airport. Tour ends.
Day 01 Dibrugarh – Roing:
Assistance on arrival and drive to Roing, crossing almighty Brahmaputra River through India’s longest river bridge (Bhupen Hazarika setu). Overnight Roing.
Day 02 Roing:
Morning after breakfast local sightseeing. Overnight Roing.
Day 03 Roing:
Morning after breakfast village tour and local sightseeing. Overnight Roing.
The Golden Pagoda of Namsai, also known as Kongmu Kham in the Khamti language is a Burmese style Buddhist temple that was opened in 2010. It is located on a 20 hectare complex in Namsai District of Arunachal Pradesh. A sum of 3 crore was spent by Arunachal politician Chowna Mein, who was the local MLA in building the pagoda in a plot provided by the state government. The World Tripiṭaka Foundation is currently developing Kongmu Kham as the first international Tripiṭaka centre in India.
Day 04 Roing – Dibrugarh:
Today transfer to Airport, tour ends.
*Winter option: visit Mayudia Pass or adventure camp (white water rafting etc.).