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DURATION : 4 days
SEASON : From November to April

KAZIRANGA ESCAPE

Discover the wilderness of Kaziranga National Park, through grasslands and teeming forests. Watching wildlife in Kaziranga is similar to Africa, with wide beautiful landscapes that offer breathtaking views. You may also visit villages of the tribes who live a sustainable lifestyle much connected to Kaziranga.

GUWAHATI – KAZIRANGA NP – GUWAHATI

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Explore Kaziranga National Park, a world famous wildlife reserve, home to a bewildering diversity of animals and birds
  • Spot the one-horned rhino
  • Visit tribal villages, tea gardens and craft shops

DURATION : 4 days
SEASON : From November to April

MANAS ESCAPE

Against the backdrop of the Eastern Himalayas lies a grass and jungle habitat of unparalleled beauty. The Manas forest extends on both sides of the the enchanting Manas River (named after the serpent goddess Manasa) and presents one of earth's most timeless vistas. A herd of elephants may silently make an appearance on the distant opposite bank, lending a touch of the ethereal to an earthly paradise. Little wonder why Manas was chosen by UNESCO to be a World Heritage site in 1988.  It also earned the status of Biosphere Reserve in 1989.

GUWAHATI – MANAS NP – GUWAHATI

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Enjoy many activities in Manas National Park
  • Explore an amazing richness of natural wealth
  • Discover community living in the outskirts of the national park and witness their sustainable lifestyle

DURATION : 6 days
SEASON : From November to April

GREEN TRIANGLE

The Green Triangle offers a good introduction to the North East. You start your journey in Guwahati, gateway of the Northeast. Flanked completely by mountains with the Brahmaputra River flowing past, the city is known for its unique Kamakhya Temple, which is shaped like a beehive. Continue to Nongpoh to stay in a lovely Khasi family on the way to Shillong. Hit the road to Cherrapunjee, the heaviest rainfall destination in the world. Visit Noh-ka-Likai and a few caves in and around Cherapunjee. On the way, visit Shillong Peak and Elephanta Falls. Finally, head to the Kaziranga National Park, home to the unique one-horned rhinoceros and many other animals.

GUWAHATI – NONGPOH – CHERRAPUNJEE – KAZIRANGA NP - GUWAHATI

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Discover the matriarchal Khasi society
  • Explore Kaziranga National Park
  • Walk to the living root bridge

DURATION : 7 days
SEASON : November

RAS LEELA MAJULI

Majuli literally means ‘land between two parallel rivers’ and so it was many centuries ago, lying between the rivers Brahmaputra to the north and Burhidihing in the south. Several earthquakes, changes in the course of the rivers and severe erosion have today left Majuli with a meagre 420 Km² of area, down from 1,250 Km² that it once covered. Majuli is now the 2nd largest fresh water river island in the world and a treasure island of culture, snuggles in the bosom of the mighty Brahmaputra. Every year in November, Majuli hosts the Raas Mahotsav Festival, celebrating the divinity of Hindu God Krishna with infectious fever. The various monasteries of the island stage various interpretations of Krishna’s life by using folk dances, puppets, masks, songs and dance, all enrolled in a charming riot of colors. All communities of the island play a part during this time - children acting in plays, teachers lending their voices to characters, shopkeepers and bank employees reciting songs and chants.

GUWAHATI – KAZIRANGA NP – MAJULI - GUWAHATI

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Discover different Satras of Majuli
  • Witness the the Raas Leela festival
  • Cross mighty river Brahmaputra on a ferry
  • Enjoy bicycle/motorcycle ride around the island

DURATION : 14 days
SEASON : October to March

ASSAM MEGHALAYA NAGALAND

Starting from Meghalaya, you will visit Shillong, a charming hill-station with rich colonial heritage and bustling with stylish Khasi men and women. The tour will eventually enter the verdant mountains of Nagaland, you will cross through the Patkai Ranges and the Naga Hills, lands inhabited by the sixteen ever-fierce Naga tribes. In Assam, you will visit Majuli, a large island which sits right in the lapse of the peaceful waters of the mighty Brahmaputra River.

GUWAHATI – NONGPOH – SHILLONG – CHERRAPUNJEE – KAZIRANGA NP – KOHIMA – MOKOKCUNG – JORHAT – MAJULI - GUWAHATI

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Explore 3 states in 2 weeks
  • Interact with the cheerful Nagas
  • Discover Kaziranga National Park
  • Trek to the double-deck living root bridge

DURATION : 19 days
SEASON : October to March

FROM NORTHEAST TO THE GOLDEN LAND

This exclusive itinerary takes you from Northeast India to Myammar. You will start you journey in Assam, the gateway to the north-east, a state known for its breath taking scenic beauty, rarest flora and fauna, lofty green hills, vast rolling plain, mighty waterways and a land of fairs and festivals. You will explore the beautiful Kaziranga National Park famous for its one-horned rhino and endless fauna. Your trip will lead you to Majuli, one of the biggest river islands in the world and visit the vaishnavite satras. Your journey continues to Nagaland, the land of the fierce head-hunters. Life in Nagaland is replete with festivals throughout the year as all the tribes have their own festivals, which they greatly cherish. You will then head to Manipur, the land of rich valleys surrounded by beautiful hills and lakes, a land of gentle people full of laughter and joy. You will also relax on the banks of the beautiful Loktal Lake before heading to the Indo-Burma border and explore the Golden Land. Only a few cheeky travellers have visited Myanmar or crossed Myanmar in its entirety, from North to South: Be one of the first to realize this incredible adventure and go down in history!

GUWAHATI – KAZIRANGA NP – JORHAT – MAJULI – MOKOKCHUNG – KOHIMA – IMPHAL – LOKTAL – MOREH – TAMU – MONYWA – MANDALAY – BAGAN – NYAUNGSHWE – NAYPYIDAW - YANGON

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Discover Kaziranga National Park
  • Visit the beautiful Majuli island
  • Interact with the cheerful Nagas
  • Explore the ancient temples of Bagan in Myanmar
  • A unique adventure never done before

DURATION : 14 days
SEASON : From September to May

FROM THERAVADA TO MAHAYANA BUDDHISM

The largest state of northeast, Arunachal Pradesh is a serene land tucked into the north eastern tip of India. It is bordered by Assam in the south and Nagaland in the south east. Myanmar forms the eastern boundary whereas Bhutan occupies the part west of the state. To its north lies the Mc Mohan Line separating it from the People's Republic of China. Around 13 % of the population (which is 1,091,117) of Arunachal Pradesh follows Buddhism. The Buddhist population of the state resides in the region Tawang, West Kameng, remote regions in close vicinity of Tibet and near the Burma border. Tibetan Buddhism is practiced in the first two regions while Theravada Buddhism guides the life of people living near the Burmese border.

DIBRUGARH – TINSUKIA – MIAO – TIPAMPHAKE – SIBSAGAR – NAMERI NP – DIRANG – TAWANG – BOMDILA – BALIPARA – GUWAHATI

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Visit the Buddhist establishments of Theravada and Mahayana
  • Drive through the pass once a border of Tibet – Sela Pass at 4500 m
  • Explore one of Asia’s largest monasteries

DURATION : 20 days
SEASON : From November to April

BIRDWATCHERS PARADISE

This program guides you through a diversity of wildlife parks where you can observe the birds in a very detailed manner. Our bird guide will be along with you to spot and identify the birds. You will be walking through breathtaking areas of northeast India. Except for Namdapha NP and some remote regions of West Arunachal, all birding areas are accessible by jeep. In addition vast areas remain unexplored, waiting for the intrepid birder.

GUWAHATI – NAMERI NP – EAGENEST WS – PAKKE TR – KAZIRANGA NP – DIBRUGARH – TINSUKIA – NAMDAPHA NP - DIBRUGARH

HIGHLIGHTS

  • 6 National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries in 3 weeks
  • Experience a rain forest trekking in Namdapha National Park
  • An incredible biodiversity

DURATION : 15 days
SEASON : From November to April

WILD ASSAM & ARUNACHAL

Embark on this beautiful Assamese and Arunachali wildlife journey where you can witness the amazing diversity of wildlife present. More than 600 species of birds and many varieties of mammals such as tigers, elephants, rhinos, water buffalos, deers live in these forests.

GUWAHATI – MANAS NP – NAMERI NP – KAZIRANGA NP – JORHAT – MAJULI – DIBRU SAIKHOWA NP – NAMDAPHA NP – DIBRUGARH

HIGHLIGHTS

  • 5 National Parks in 2 weeks
  • Beautiful Majuli Island
  • An incredible biodiversity

DURATION : 11 days
SEASON : From November to April

WILD ASSAM

This program is designed for the wildlife lovers and includes all the major parks of Assam. You’ll encounter the great diversity of wildlife and landscapes from grassland to marshlands, islands and tropical rain-fed forests. You will be travelling through different parks terrains starting from grassland, woodlands, beels (large water bodies) and river so see different species of animals and birds. Our guides/Naturalist will be local to the parks that ensure that you see the best in the most frequent sighted spots. Teeming with a wide variety of species of mammals and almost about a thousand species of birds, this tour is sure to leave you thrilled with all the wildlife in action.

DIBRUGARH – DIBRU SAIKHOWA NP – JORHAT – KAZIRANGA NP – NAMERI NP – MANAS NP – GUWAHATI

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Rhinos, tigers and multiple varieties of birds
  • Journey through an incredible biodiversity
  • Visit local villages and taste local cuisines

DURATION : 14 days
SEASON : From October to March

HANDICRAFTS OF NORTHEAST

India’s northeast is undoubtedly a land of immense potential and possibilities with wonders in every corner of the region. Its people, with rich cultural heritage make the region all the more exceptional. Handlooms and handicrafts form an integral part of the lifestyle of the indigenous people of this region. Crafted goods and magic weaves are not only made for their own use but are also a means of livelihood for numerous artisans scattered all over the region. These invaluable traditional skills need preservation and promotion to stand the tides of changing times.

GUWAHATI – UMDEN – KAZIRANGA NP – JORHAT – MAJULI – MOKOKCHUNG – TUOPHEMA – KHONOMA – KOHIMA – DIMAPUR

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Witness unique handicrafts
  • Experience homestay
  • Discover weaving secrets

DURATION : 2 to 10 days
SEASON : From October to April

CRUISE ON THE BRAHMAPUTRA

The Brahmaputra River (named as the Son of the Creator of the Cosmos, in Hindu mythology) is one of the holiest rivers of the World! Possibly, the only river of the world which is considered holy by Hindus, Buddhists, Jains and Bonpas, amounting to four religions! A river cruise is on the Brahmaputra is the best way to discover Assam up close and in depth. You can explore northeast from an intimate perspective, spending your time being there, not getting there. Such cruises take you deep into the heart of a country, giving you the chance to see the local sights and experience the culture of a region.

BETWEEN GUWAHATI AND DIBRUGARH

HIGHLIGHTS

  • A unique way to discover Assam
  • Spot river dolphin and migratory birds while cruising
  • Barbeque dinners on deserted sand islands

DURATION : 14 days
SEASON : From October to mid April

CUISINES OF NORTHEAST

The north eastern part of India is perhaps the most under estimated region when it comes to food. In reality, the seven sisters have a wide assortment of culinary styles influenced greatly by topography, climate, geographic location, and neighbouring regions. The items are comparatively less spicy than the other parts of the country, but no less tasty. Food is prepared with minimum oil or ghee. Smoked and boiled preparations are also in vogue. Dishes prepared with duck meat, bamboo shoots etc are very much popular in North-East Zone. Smoking and consumption of alcoholic beverages are common in both men and women in the hilly states. Each community maintains its own identity and culture of language, art and culinary specialities with their integral traditions forming part of their daily lives. The cuisines of these regions are as varied as the tribes themselves. Food is simple and for the most part non-vegetarian. Their close proximity to China and Burma has played their part in influencing the cuisine.

GUWAHATI – BALIPARA – JORHAT – SHIYONG – NYUHNYU – MOPUNGCHUKET – KOHIMA – KAZIRANGA NP – SHILLONG - CHERRAPUNJEE - GUWAHATI

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Experience the many cuisines of Northeast India such as Naga, Assamese, Indian, Khasi and Mishing
  • Visit the hills of Meghalaya, considered as the planet's rainiest and wettest region
  • Walk to the living root bridge of Cherrapunjee
  • Discover Kaziranga National Park, a world heritage site

DURATION : 10 days
SEASON : From October to March

HORSE RIDING IN ASSAM

Assam is the ideal destination for those who love horses and horse riding as it brings back the nostalgia of the life the British planters led. Ride along the banks of the Brahmaputra as the river comes alive. Enjoy an exhilarating canter along the sandy shores or just walk gently through the villages of the river people. The extensive trails in the tea gardens will also make an attractive ride. See the tea pluckers at work, plucking fresh green tips destined for the estate factory. Your hosts are Manoj and Vineeta Jalan who have pioneered equestrian tourism in the area. Manoj is a keen endurance rider and his fit and responsive horses reflect this. The horses are all thoroughbred types and require a competent rider. Included in this holiday is a two day visit to Kaziranga National park which is world famous for its one horned rhinoceros. Kaziranga is also known for its elephant back safaris.

DIBRUGARH – TINSUKIA – SIBSAGAR – KAZIRANGA NP - DIBRUGARH

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Ride through the lush green tea plantations
  • Cruise on the mighty river Brahmaputra
  • Experience the traditional village lifestyle

DURATION : 12 days
SEASON : October to March

NORTHEAST ON WHEELS

When rumbling engines reach the hilly regions of Northeast India, the misty landscape welcomes every traveller with open arms. A bike trip in this region can offer one of the most adventurous mountain bike trips in India. Slanting hills and the narrow passes between them, snow covered mountains and the dense green forests can allure any biker for an adventurous motorcycle tour in India.

GUWAHATI – KAZIRANGA NP – MAJULI – KOHIMA – HAFLONG – SHILLONG – CHERRAPUNJEE - GUWAHATI

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Spot the one-horned rhino in Kaziranga
  • Discover the vibrant and colourful dances of various Naga tribes at the Hornbill Festival
  • Be spoilt by tribal hospitality
  • Be a pioneer rider in this area

DURATION : 14 days
SEASON : October to April

NORTHEAST GOLF TOUR

Come and polish your golfing skills in some of the best golf courses of Northeast India which are held in high esteem by golfers throughout the world. Enjoy the wonderful surroundings and panoramic landscape interspersed with gently sloping and flat greens. Most of these are very old dating back to the Raj Period. You will play on the golf courses of Balipara, Digboi, Chalkhowa and last but not the least Shillong. We warmly welcome you to test your skills on these greens.

GUWAHATI – SHILLONG – BALIPARA – KAZIRANGA NP – JORHAT – DIBRUGARH – TINSUKIA – DIGBOI

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Experience Golfing at four different Golf Courses in Meghalaya and Assam
  • Tour through a Lush Green Tea Estate
  • Witness the one-horned rhino in Kaziranga National Park
  • Stay in Hertitage properties and relive the British Era

DURATION : 9 days
SEASON : Mid-March to November

ASSAM TEA TOUR

Wake up in the morning with the smell of fresh tea brewing, watch the majestic sun rising over the sprawling tea gardens sipping a cup of tea, perfectly made with tea leaves handpicked from the finest tea gardens, be pampered with paramount attention and service, experience the rich lifestyle of Assam. Enjoy a stay in boutique heritage bungalows that offer the rich lifestyle of the colonial tea growing days. You will be offered tea tasting tours where you will get to taste different grades of the finest Assam Tea, visit to tea factories where one can learn about the processes involved in tea production, leisurely walks in the tea plantations and interaction with the leave gatherers. You can also enjoy plucking your own leaves.

GUWAHATI – BALIPARA – JORHAT – MAJULI – DIBRUGARH

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Stay in a century old heritage tea bungalow, amidst acres and acres of tea plantations
  • Go for leisurely walks in the tea plantations, interact with the leave gatherers and pluck your own leaves
  • Visit a tea factory and learn about the processes involved

DURATION : 18 days
SEASON : October to March

6 SISTERS ROAD TRIP

Thrown across the farthest reaches of India, obscured from the greater world by ageless forests and formidable mountain ranges, the Northeast States are one of Asia’s last great natural and anthropological sanctuaries. Sharing borders with Bhutan, Tibet, Myanmar (Burma) and Bangladesh, these remote frontiers are a region of rugged beauty, and a collision zone of tribal cultures, climates, landscapes and peoples. This road trip will give you a complete understanding of the Northeast but is only meant for people with a taste for raw adventure. It is impossible to describe the nuances that make this area unique, challenging and interesting. Get to any one place and the result will be that you will return for more.

GUWAHATI – NAMERI NP – DIRANG – TAWANG – BOMDILA – BALIPARA – KAZIRANGA NP – MOKOKCHUNG – KOHIMA – IMPHAL – AIZAWL – UNAKOTI – UDAIPUR – AGARTALA

HIGHLIGHTS

  • A comprehensive tour of the Northeast
  • A kaleidoscope of tribes, fauna and flora
  • A unique adventure

DURATION : 26 days
SEASON : October to March

7 SISTERS ROAD TRIP

The seven states comprising of Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura (often called the Seven Sisters) make up the most geographically isolated and least visited part of India. Due to its inaccessibility from the rest of world, it has been fortunate enough to maintain most of its natural diversity and cultural heritage. Sharing international borders with China, Myanmar (Burma), Bhutan and Bangladesh, it has an unusually rich diversity of ethnic groups, languages, religions and landscapes. This road trip will give you a complete understanding of the Northeast but is only meant for people with a taste for raw adventure. It is impossible to describe the nuances that make this area unique, challenging and interesting. Get to any one place and the result will be that you will return for more.

GUWAHATI – SHILLONG – CHERRAPUNJEE – KAZIRANGA NP – JORHAT – MAJULI – ZIRO – DAPORIJO – ALONG – PASIGHAT – DIBRUGARH – MON – MOKOKCHUNG – KOHIMA – IMPHAL – AIZAWL – UNAKOTI – UDAIPUR – AGARTALA

HIGHLIGHTS

  • A complete tour of the Seven Sisters
  • A melange of landscapes, people, culture and art & craft
  • An experience to cherish for a lifetime