Assam and Arunachal Pradesh
The hill stations of north east India can be counted among some of the primal lands around the nation. There are multiple hues of culture, wilderness of trees or the beauty of nature. There are many reasons to fall in love with north east India hill stations. So you are going to travel to the cheerful and vibrant beauty of nature and hill stations in the north east India.
Assam and Arunachal Pradesh are very famous tourist spot of north east India. There are elephant or jeep Safari in Kaziranga National park or a visit to the Kalachakra – Gompa. There are many expert or guides who are well aware of every nook and corner of these destinations and they can also plan a hassle free trip for you.
Kaziranga National Park
On arrival at Guwahati airport or railway station you can book a hotel and visit nearby places from here. In the evening you can visit Kamakhya Devi temple and in the evening enjoy a sunset in the Brahmaputra river and return to your room.
Guwahati Kamakhya Devi temple
Guwahati to Kaziranga, 220km
Next day after breakfast in Guwahati you will leave for Kaziranga, the rhino’s country. The drive from Guwahati will take a minimum 5hours and arrival at Kaziranga, you can check in to a comfortable wildlife resort.
Kaziranga National park, rhino’s country
Then you can hire a guide for the adventuress tour of the forest near your accommodation or along the river bank and also visit the tea garden and rubber plantation. After, return to the resort for at night stay.
Wake up early for an elephant safari in Kaziranga. Guide will take you to the elephant riding point by jeeps. The elephant ride is best for the forest and it is possible to observe jungle creatures from the very close distance. After, you will go for jeep safari and after lunch you can visit the western zone of the National park and you can also spent some time at the Donga view point.
An elephant safari in Kaziranga national park
Kaziranga to Bhalukpong, 135km
The next morning, after breakfast, leave for Bhalukpong in Arunachal Pradesh. This is the perfect place for wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers. Bhalukpong is a little town on the bank of the Kameng River and lies along the dense forests that from the border of the Pakhui wildlife sanctuary. Visit the Tippi Orchidarium during the day and the local market in the evening then return to your hotel for overnight stay.
Pakhui wildlife sanctuary
Bhalukpong to Dirang, 195km
Next morning drive to Dirang, by passing Bomdila an ideal get away in West Kameng district with beautiful apple orchards and sheep breeding farms. There are not-springs, where people go for holy dips and Kalachakra Gompa.
beautiful apple orchard
Dirang to Tawang, 145km
Next day get up early morning after breakfast drive to Tawang, en-route Sella pass at 13700ft. Tawang is located at an altitude of 3500miter above the sea level. It was ruled by the local tribal rulers from time to time. It was declared as the off-limits aria in 1873 AD.
Tawang beautiful land of Monpas image
There is various other tourist spots lick the beautiful land of Monpas, The hidden paradise and the land of down-lit Mountains
Next day is dedicated for hiking around tawang, visit the famous Tawang Monastery, Penga Ten Tso Lake, craft entre and local market and came back to the hotel stay overnight.
Tawang to Bomdila, 185km
Next morning you will drive to Bomdila. That is situated at an altitude of 8000feet. From here you can see the snow-clad mountains of the Himalayan Range.
Himalayan Peaks and Buddhist Gompas
Then you will visit the Buddhist monastery of Bomdila and their culture is the prime attractions of the place. Bomdila is having a number of tourist’s attractions lick apple orchards, snow clad mountains of the Himalayan Peaks and Buddhist Gompas.
Bomdila to Tezpur
Next morning you will drive to Tezpur and also you visit the Orchid Center at Tipi. Tipi houses have over 7500 orchids.
Also known as ‘The City of Blood’, Tezpur is a place steeped in mythology, legend and folklore. Tezpur is situated on the north bank of Brahmaputra.
Tezpur to Ltanagar
Next morning, after breakfast you will drive to Ltanagar. It is the capital of Arunachal Pradesh and also known as ‘the Land of the Dawn lit Mountains’. According to top of low flat hills, amidst beautiful and booming surrounding with an exclamatory climate, Ltanagar offers a lovely and lively atmosphere to the tourist. Ltanagar today is divided into two parts each is 10km apart from the other the older one is named Naharlagun.
Ltanagar to Ziro, 140km
Next morning, after breakfast you will drive for live to Ziro and en-route visit to Nishi Tribal Villages. Ziro is the head-quarter of Lower Sabansiri District of Arunachal Pradesh. It is situated at an altitude of 1560m . It is a plateau surrounded by Pristine Nation villages, Dibbo, Hija, Bulla, Hari and Hong village.
Ziro Pristine Nation village
Ziro to Daporijo, 180km
Next morning, after breakfast you will leave for Daporijo. It is the head-quarter of Upper Subansri district of Arunachal Pradesh and it is situated at an altitude of 600m. En-route to Daporijo, you will visit to Hillmiri nation villages. They are famous for their rich traditional knowledge relating to the use of plant products for curing a number of diseases and ailments. The people of Hillmari live in perfect adjustment with nature and derive their minimum daily requirement from their natural surroundings.
Meghna Cave Temple see to Lord Shiva
Continue drive to Daporijo and at arrival, book a hotel. In the evening go for hiking around the place visiting the Meghna Cave Temple see to Lord Shiva.
Daporijo to Along, 160km
Next morning you will drive to Along and it is situated at an altitude of 3000m. It is the head-quarter of West Saing district of Arunachal Pradesh. There are meet the inhabitants of pristine nation. You may also visit the Kumki Hydropower Dam and Jersey crosses breeding from.
Kumki Hydropower Dam
Along to Pasighat, 120km
Next morning you will drive to live for Pasighat. It is the head-quartes of East Saing district of Arunachal Peadesh. In the afternoon you will visit the Daying Ering Memorial wildlife sanctuary. There is an extraordinary ecosystem of water bodies.
Daying Ering Memorial Wildlife Sanctuar
Pasighat to Dibrugarh
Next morning you will drive to leave for Dibrugarh via Ferry Ghat. You will cross the mighty Brahamaputra River and enjoy the country made ferry and the 5 hours long ferry will arrival to Dibrugarh. Then you return to home from Dibrugarh airport or Dibrugarh railway station.
Brahamaputra River ferry jurny