Day 01: Arrival at Guwahati in the morning at 0930 Hours. Transfer to Hotel. After lunch start for Bhalukpong via Tejpur. Over night stay at Bhalukpong.
Day 02: After Breakfast complete ILP formalities and enter Arunachal Pradesh. Visit Tipi Orchid Research Centre, Sessa Orchidarium and proceed for Bomdilla. Visit lower monastery and market areas. Night stay over at Bomdila.
Day 03: After Breakfast visit Bomdila Upper Monastery and start for Tawang via Sela Pass (13700 Ft), Sela Lake. Night stay over at Tawang.
Day 04: Early morning after Breakfast visit P.T.Tso Lake, Madhuri (Shungetsar) Lake. Back to Tawang. Evening free around Tawang Bazaar area. Experience a gorgeous Light & Sound Show at War Memorial in the evening. Stay overnight at Tawang.
Day 05: After Breakfast visit Golden Gompa and depart from Tawang & start for Dirang. Have breakfast at Jung Visit Nuranang (Madhuri) Falls. After lunch at Bomdila proceed for Dirang. Over night stay at Dirang.
Day 06: After Breakfast proceed for Nameri National Park. After lunch explore Nameri forest area. Dinner & stay overnight.
Day 07: After breakfast proceed for Guwahati & board train / flight for next destination.
Day 1: Arrival at Guwahati & Transfer to Itanagar [350 Kilomters – 08 hours drive]. Check in to Hotel – Overnight Stay at Itanagar.
Day 2: Early morning after breakfast transfer to Ziro [140 KMs – 05 hours] Ziro is a small town of Arunachal Pradesh at an elevation of nearly 5754 feet and is one of the most famous hill station in the state – It comprises the original Ziro village and the new Zero town (Hapoli) – The distance between these two places is 05 kilometers – There is the well known Talle Sanctuary – It is well known for Apatani Tribe, which is found in this region – Also known as the land of Apatanis – Also famous for the conservation and Paddy – cum – Fish culture which is unique amongst the Arunachal tribals – On the way explore Nishi Tribal Villages – Check in Hotel – Evening free to stroll around the market area – Overnight stay at Ziro
Day 3: Local sightseeing ziro, visit famous Hong Village (it is said that this is one among the largest tribal village of Asia), Apatani villages and Ziro Limekin Nishi tribal villages. Residents are of Tibetan origin, their language belongs to the Tibeto-Burman family. Most Apatanis are loyal followers of the Donyi-Polo faith, who pray to an array of spirits and souls for blessing. The dress of the Apatanis is elaborate and colorful, yet simple in style. Tattooing and the stuffing of large nose plugs were once popular among the women. Ziro is a small town of Arunachal Pradesh at an elevation of nearly 5754 feet and is one of the most famous hill station in the state – It comprises the original Ziro village and the new Zero town (Hapoli) – The distance between these two places is 05 kilometers – There is the well known Talle Sanctuary – It is well known for Apatani Tribe, which is found in this region – Also known as the land of Apatanis – Also famous for the conservation and Paddy – cum – Fish culture which is unique amongst the Arunachal tribals – On the way explore Nishi Tribal Villages – Check in Hotel – Evening free to stroll around the market area. Explore craft shops. Overnight at hotel.
Day 4: Early morning after breakfast drive towards Daporizo. [7 Hours – 180 KMs]. It is the junction of Hill Miris, Tagins and Adi-Gallongs tribals. Enroute visit Nishi & Tagin villages. Daporijo is headquarters of Upper Subansiri District, which is home land of four ethnic groups i.e. Galo, Tagin, Hillmiri and Nah tribes – And of different belief background viz. Christianity, Donyi Poloism and Animism. Overnight stay at Daporizo.
Day 5: Have a full day at Daporizo to explore the rural areas. Other attraction is Dumporijo town and is just 13 kilometers away from Daporijo towards Basar- Likabali road known for Galo and Tagin ethnic peoples – Evening free to stroll around the market area. It is also an ideal destination for trekking lovers. Stay overnight at Daporizo.
Day 6: After Breakfast move towards Along [6 Hours – 170 KMs] Along is situated on the bank of Siang River at altitude of 1020 ft. Aalog is a town and headquarter of the West Siang district and is the land of Adi tribe. Optional Visit to Tagin / Kabo Village. Back to Along and stay overnight.
Day 7: After breakfast explore Along. Full day at Along exploring Adi villages – It is situated near Assam’s border – The valley is picturesque surrounded by mountains with rivers flowing through them – The place has various attractions like Kane Wildlife Sanctuary, which is situated here, houses wild species such as elephants and deer – The Hanging Bridge on River Siang is made of cane and bamboo – Evening free around market – Overnight stay at Along.
Day 8: After breakfast proceed for Passighat. [5 Hours – 150 KMs]. Passighat is famous for Passi and Minnyiong tribes. The place is blessed with the kindness of nature and offers mesmerising views. Majestic Brahmaputra flows to this place from Tibet – Pangin and Daying Ering Wildlife Sanctuary are two top attractions here . Over night stay at Passighat.
Day 9: After breakfast do 6 Hours boat ride and cross the river. Mode of Transport :: Either by road but exciting is by crossing the river Brahmaputra by country boat – Its 05 – 06 hours of sailing – Next drive to Dibrugarh – Option (and a more interesting one) is from Oiramghat in Pasighat to Mohanbari (Dibrugarh) by ferry across the Brahmaputra – Dibrugarh is a city Well known as the Tea City of India – Cheerful and clement Dibrugarh, Assam’s original tea city, usefully closes a loop between Kaziranga National Park and the Ziro–Along–Pasighat route in Arunachal Pradesh. It is also the terminus (or starting point) for the fascinating ferry ride along the Brahmaputra River to Pasighat – There is Digboi, 50 miles / 80 kilometers from Dibrugarh, that the first oil well was dug during the British era. Overnight at Dibrugarh.