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DURATION : 14 days
SEASON : From 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 : 14 days
SEASON : From October to May

EASTERN ARUNACHAL

This beautiful town of Hayuliang lies at the confluence of the Lohit and Delai rivers in the Anjaw district. Hayuliang means "the place of my liquor". It enjoys pleasant, cool and salubrious climate. The panoramic view of the confluence of the rivers and scenic surroundings make the place worth visiting.

This program is designed to put these wonderful places in the tourism map to those people who search for a new and unique place to visit. The infrastructure of these places are not very advance or you might even say very rudimentary but the pureness these places have in themselves, the satisfaction they offer to the traveller while they drive through the bumpy road and finally interacting with the hospitable local folks makes it a truly magnificent holiday one might search for.

DIBRUGARH – TINSUKIA – MIAO – TEZU – HAYULIANG – ROING – DIBRUGARH

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Explore tribal villages: Tangsa, Chakma and Ligu
  • Drive through picturesque serpentine roads of Arunachal Pradesh
  • Have local tribal lunches and interact with local people

DURATION : 17 days
SEASON : From October to May

FAR EAST TRIBES OF ARUNACHAL

Arunachal Pradesh “the land of the dawn-lit mountains” is one of India’s last unspoiled wilderness paradise. A wealth of fascinating cultures, peoples and tribes – plus a staggering five hundred species of orchid – are found in its glacial terrain, alpine meadows and subtropical rainforests.

The tribes have modernized but you can still see the cultural aspect in their villages, where people keep proudly their tradition. The most interesting aspect of the tribes is the Donyi Polo traditions to please the almighty and trying to cure the evil of their life hood through their process of sacrificing animals. On the other hand the Bodics or the Buddhism believers are quite different to the non bodics. This tour will take you through such a land where you will be enthralled by every aspect of life.

GUWAHATI – NAMERI NP – DIRANG – TAWANG – BOMDILA – ITANAGAR – ZIRO – DAPORIJO – ALONG – DAMRO – PASIGHAT – DIBRUGARH

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Discover several tribes of Arunachal Pradesh: Sherdukpan, Monpa, Nyishi, Apatani, Galo (gallong), Tagin and Padum
  • Visit Asia’s second largest Buddhist monastery in Tawang
  • Drive through 4170 m pass once entry gate of Tibet
  • Cross the mighty Brahmaputra river in a ferry

DURATION : 19 days
SEASON : From 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 : 7 days
SEASON : From October to March

GLIMPSE OF TRIPURA

Tripura claims a prominent place in North East India for her exquisite natural beauty spots punctuated with lush green sylvan treasure. The luxuriant forests of Jampui, the premier one among the 6 principal hill ranges of Tripura provides a life time’s exhilarating experience for the travellers.

AGARTALA – JAMPUI HILLS – UNAKOTI – NEERMAHAL – AGARTALA

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Hike in the Jampui Hills
  • The stunning sculptures of Unakoti
  • Discover the delicious local cuisine
  • The romantic Neermahal

DURATION : 12 days
SEASON : From October to April

MECHUKA, THE LAND OF HIDDEN TREASURE

Mechuka... A serene land tucked into the North Eastern tip of India, now invites you to relax in its picturesque hills and valleys, enjoy its salubrious climate and meet its simple and hospitable people, with their glorious heritage of arts and crafts and colourful festivals that reflect their ancient faith in the inexorable power of nature.

With cascading waterfalls and crystal clear water running on stony river beds, the exclusivity of this valley holds out a promise of serenity. The undulating grassland slopes surrounding the valley, along with the high snow covered peaks almost in ‘touching’ distance hide amidst itself deep religious and historical significance. The Samtem Yongcham monastery of the Mahayana Sect, situated atop a hill overlooking the valley is believed to be more then 400 years old. The Siyom River running through the valley makes Mechuka a perfect blend of nature, spirituality and history- all combined to make one truly amazing destination.

GUWAHATI – TEZPUR – ZIRO – DAPORIJO – ALONG – MECHUKA – PASIGHAT – DIBRUGARH

HIGHLIGHTS

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DURATION : 8 days
SEASON : From October to March

TRIBES OF TRIPURA

Tripura is one tiny states of India which has a diverse mixture of culture in course of time. The name Tripura has many speculations but most popular is ‘tui’ (water) + ‘pra’ (near). It’s a land of diverse tribes: ‘Reang’, ‘Uchui’, ‘Tripuri’, ‘Santal’, ‘Noati‘, ‘Mog’ ,‘Lushai’ and many communities from mainstream India have come to Tripura and settled down here.

AGARTALA – RUPAICHHARI – BAGAFA – UDAIPUR – KUMARGHAT – JAMPUI HILLS – UNAKOTI – AGARTALA

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Discover the tribes of Tripura
  • Visit the royal houses of Tripura Kingdom Taste the local cuisines and can enjoy the different dances of the tribes

DURATION : 7 days
SEASON : From October to April

MIZORAM, THE LAND OF BLUE MOUNTAIN

The beauty of Mizoram lies in its unique harmony between man and nature. The clouds come to rest in the valleys, rainbows abound, small waterfalls gurgle past, greenery is all encompassing handicrafts are in plenty, the shawls are colourful and markets exude cheer. Wherever one turns, a separate type of beauty unfolds and cheerful and innocent laughter is all pervasive.

AIZAWL – REIEK – HMUIFANG – CHAMPHAI – AIZAWL

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Visit the villages of Mizo Tribes and learn about their life and culture
  • Drive through the scenic misty blue-shaded mountains of Mizoram
  • Visit the legendery lake of Rihdil and Tamdil

DURATION : 11 days
SEASON : From October to April

TRIBES OF NAGALAND

This journey takes you across Nagaland from east to west. You will visit the verdant hills of Mon where the once-headhunters Konyak Tribe live in all their pride and fierceness. You will visit various villages and get to learn more about Konyak Naga culture. Explore Longwa, a town which is half in Burma and half in India. Head to Tuensang where six different tribes (Sangtam, Khiamniungan, Phom, Chang, Yimchunger and Sumi) inhabit this picturesque land, interspersed with gorges, ridges, hills and valleys. The different customs and practices of the tribes are representative of their tradition. Moving along, you will visit the intellectual and cultural capital of Nagaland - Mokokchung, where the fascinating Ao Tribe live. You will get to see surrounding villages and visit Ao traditional houses, thus learning more about them. The tour will end in the Angami Tribe regions of Kohima and around, where you can stay in home stay, visiting villages and historic remains of WW2.

DIBRUGARH – MON – TUENSANG – MOKOKCHUNG – MOPUNGCHUKET – TUOPHEMA – KHONOMA – KOHIMA – DIMAPUR

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Drive through scenic mountain roads
  • Explore Mon, home to the Konyak Tribe, once fierce tattooed headhunters Discover tribal houses, learn about Naga cultures and interact with tribesmen

DURATION : 18 days
SEASON : From 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 : From 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