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The Land of the Dawnlit Mountains - 1725 USD /person onwards

Arunachal Pradesh- The Land of the Dawn lit Mountains

Duration : 18 Nights / 19 Days 

This itinerary covers the following destination : Kolkata - Chandernagor - Guwahati - Itanagar - Ziro - Daporijo - Along - Pasighat - Dibrugarh - Sibsagar - Majuli - Kaziranga - Guwahati - Kolkata  

Right at the top of North-Eastern India, crowning its six clustered sisters like a protective helmet, is Arunachal Pradesh, the `Land of the Dawn-lit Mountains.' This is the first Indian land to greet the sun. Once described as the 'Hidden Land', the greatest attraction of the State is its dazzling array of flora and fauna in a habitat that combines glacial terrain, alpine meadows, and sub-tropical rain forests. 

Day 1 : Arrival Kolkata  

Meet our representative on arrival and transfer to the hotel. Kolkata is famous for films, poetry, art and dance. It is also called the intellectual capital of India. A visit the botanical gardens which house the World’s second largest & the oldest Banyan tree. Overnight in Kolkata

Day 2 : Kolkata  / Chandernagor / Kolkata

This morning, an excursion to Chandernagor, situated along the banks of the River Ganges, the city abides by her own characteristics. The ''City of Liberty" has always attracted people from all over the world. This small town, has a unique blend of culture and heritage which is indefinable in history. Later, a guided walk around the colonial city. Overnight in Kolkata

Day 3 : Kolkata  / Guwahati 

Early morning leave for Guwahati by flight. Excavations trace the origins of the city to around the 6th Century. This ‘City of Eastern Light’ situated on the bank of the mighty River Brahmaputra, is the gateway to North Eastern India. Afternoon, visit the Kamakhya Temple atop the Neelachal Hill. A high seat of the Shakti Sect. Visit the Jatinga, Umananda Temple, and the Nabagraha Temple. Overnight in Guwahati

Day 4 : Guwahati / Itanagar 

Morning drive to Itanagar - The capital of Arunachal Pradesh. It is believed that a Sage named Vyas meditated here. Itanagar  was called Mayapur during the reign of the Jiti Dynasty which ruled the region in the 11th Century. Even during the reign of the Jiti Kings, Mayapur was the capital city. Arrival at Itanagar by evening. Overnight in Itanagar

Day 5 : Itanagar 

Morning, visit the magnificent Ita Fort, dating back to the 15th Century, built by King Ramachandra. Also, visit the Buddhist Temple & Gayker Sinyi. Visit the Jawaharlal Nehru Museum. All prototype of bamboo and cane architecture of dwelling of different tribes and apparel, design and functional tools and other handicrafts are on display here. Overnight in Itanagar.

Day 6 : Itanagar / Ziro 

Morning, proceed to Ziro, which is a small picturesque destination with pine and bamboo groves, villages, a craft centre and Tarin Fish Farm. The indigenous method of rice cultivation is also worth seeing in this area. En route visit Zoram village. Overnight in Ziro

Day 7 : Ziro 

After breakfast, enjoy an interesting visit to the Apa Tani Tribes. The women here wear abstract nose rings. The women here are famous for their weaving skills. They are worshippers of the Donyi Polo faith and believe in the power of spirits & souls who bless them. Overnight in Ziro

Day 8 : Ziro / Daporijo 

Morning, proceed towards  Daporijo. En route, visit Hill Miri villages. Daporijo, is a beautiful place on the right bank of the River Subansiri dotted with picturesque villages along route. Also, visit the historical caves of this area.  Overnight in Daporijo 

Day 9 : Daporijo / Along 

Early morning, visit Lida village. Depart for Along, and visit Bora Rupak and other Galong villages enroute. The Along village is located on the Southeren bank of River Siyom &  the Adis (the Local tribe) are nature worshippers. Overnight in Along

Day 10 : Along 

After breakfast, spend the day to explore the Gallong & Miniyong tribal villages. Take a walk on the hanging bridge on the River Siyum. Later, visit one of the largest Gallong tribal villages. Return to the hotel. Overnight in Along

Day 11 : Along / Pasighat 

In the morning, proceed to Pasighat - situated on the banks of the River Siang and is at a height of 152 meters from  sea level. Pasighat is ideal for river rafting, boating and angling on River Siang. En route visit Adi Miyong village to witness a local Tapu Dance. On arrival, check into the hotel. Overnight in Pasighat

Day 12 : Pasighat / Dibrugarh 

Morning, leave for Bogivil Ghat to board the boat to Dibrugarh. Leave for Dibrugah crossing the River Bramhaputra on a local passenger boat (approx. 1 hr). On arrival check into the hotel. Overnight in Dibrugarh  

Day 13 : Dibrugarh / Sibsagar 

Morning proceed to Sibsagar - the capital of the Ahom Kings who ruled Assam before the advent of the British. The town is built round the Sibsagar Tank, dug over 200 years ago. The tank is above town level although situated in the heart of the town. On its banks you would see some of the most famous Temples of Sibsagar. Overnight in Sibsagar 

Day 14 : Sibsagar / Majuli 

Morning, proceed to Majuli, the world’s largest river island (886 sq km) and is famous for its 22 ancient Monasteries or Satras, which also serve as centres for the preservation of Assamese arts. The institution of the Satra was founded in the 15th Century by the great Assamese poet, composer and philosopher Sankardeva. Overnight in Majuli 

Day 15 : Majuli / Kaziranga 

Morning, proceed to Kaziranga National Park. It is inhabited by the world's largest population of one-horned rhinoceroses, as well as many mammals, including tigers, elephants, panthers and bears, and thousands of birds. Overnight in Kaziranga

Day 16 : Kaziranga 

Early morning  go for a Safari into the Park. The open vistas make it relatively easy to see many species of wildlife in a day. Enjoy an elephant ride in the afternoon. Overnight in Kaziranga

Day 17 : Kaziranga / Guwahati 

Early in the morning, proceed towards Guwahati city. On arrival check into the hotel. Overnight in Guwahati 

Day 18 : Guwahati / Kolkata

Morning leave for Kolkata by flight. Upon arrival panoramic sightseeing of the City. Overnight in Kolkata

Day 19 : Depart from Kolkata

in time transfer to International airport to board your flight back home.

Arunachal Pradesh- The Land of the Dawnlit Mountains

Duration : 18 Nights / 19 Days 

This itinerary covers the following destination : Kolkata - Chandernagor - Guwahati - Itanagar - Ziro - Daporijo - Along - Pasighat - Dibrugarh - Sibsagar - Majuli - Kaziranga - Guwahati - Kolkata  

Day 1 : Arrival Kolkata  
Day 2 : Kolkata  / Chandernagor / Kolkata

Day 3 : Kolkata  / Guwahati 

Day 4 : Guwahati / Itanagar Day 5 : Itanagar 

Day 6 : Itanagar / Ziro 

Day 7 : Ziro 

Day 8 : Ziro / Daporijo 

Day 9 : Daporijo / Along 
Day 10 : Along 

Day 11 : Along / Pasighat 

Day 12 : Pasighat / Dibrugarh 
Day 13 : Dibrugarh / Sibsagar 

Day 14 : Sibsagar / Majuli 

Day 15 : Majuli / Kaziranga 

Day 16 : Kaziranga 

Day 17 : Kaziranga / Guwahati

Day 18 : Guwahati / Kolkata

Day 19 : Depart from Kolkata

Arunachal Pradesh- The Land of the Dawnlit Mountains

Duration : 18 Nights / 19 Days 

This itinerary covers the following destination : Kolkata - Chandernagor - Guwahati - Itanagar - Ziro - Daporijo - Along - Pasighat - Dibrugarh - Sibsagar - Majuli - Kaziranga - Guwahati - Kolkata 



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  • Stay bed & breakfast basis.
  • Traditional welcome with Flower Garlands on arrival at the airport
  • Transfers Airport / Hotel / Airport with Assistance
  • Air-conditioned transport
  • Visits & Excursions as per the details mentioned in the programme
  • 1 time entrance fees to all Monuments as per the itinerary included the entrance fees to UNESCO monuments and sites
  • Services of local English speaking guide wherever possible or English speaking Local Guides (or Language Guides) for the visits
  • Assistance of our local representative offices
  • Presently applicable Government Taxes except the GST (applicable on total cost of package is @ 5% and is subject to change).

  • GST (will be extra @ 5% on the total cost) and is subject to change.
  • Lunches and dinners
  • International flights and Departure Airport Taxes from India (this is generally included in your ticket)
  • Air / train fare (if any)
  • Visa fees (compulsory : to be obtained from the Indian Consulate of your country of residence ; passport valid 6 months after return date)
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