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Assam Arunachal and Nagaland Tour
Duration : 15 Nights and 16 Days
Destination : Assam, Arunachal and Nagaland Tour
Tour Id : IH-01829
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Day1:  Guwahati  
Guwahati is the main corridor to entry for the entire north east. This is a   beautiful city located on the bank of mighty river Brahmaputra. The famous Sakti pith Maa Kamakhya Temple is situated on the top of the Hill Nilachal Pahar. Umananda  the world smallest river Island is the another major attraction of  Guwahati City. Over night at hotel

Day2:  Nameri  
The Nameri National Park is situated in Assam. It is located to a distance of 181 km from Guwahati and to a distance of 35 km from Tezpur town.  To be very exact, the Nameri National Park extends to an area of 213 sq. km. The eco-system of this place supports too many lives of endangered species. It has been a tourists’ paradise for the nature lovers, since years back.

One can witness a wide range of varieties of flora and fauna in Nameri National Park. Some of the endangered species of animals too reside here. They are namely the white winged wood duct, Sloth Bear, Sambar, Gaur, Indian Wild Dog, Tiger Leopard, Clouded Leopard, varieties of Hornbill and many other winged species. The other fauna include Assamese Macaque, Capped Langur, Bengal Fox, Civet Cat, Mouse Deer, Tiger, Leopard, Jungle Cat, Wild Boar, Indian Porcupine, Indian Pangolin, and Flying Squirrel. The Nameri National Park has also plants collections that include Bombax ceiba, Dalbergia sisoo, Zizypphus jujuba, Litsaea polyantha, etc.

Day3:  Itanagar  
Itanagar, capital of the state of Arunachal Pradesh also as known as 'the Land of the Dawnlit Mountains', is Spread well over an area of 2,500 acres. Nestled on top of low flat hills, the city offers a lovely climate. Itanagar is placed in beautiful and serene surroundings with a bracing climate making them its hallmark qualities. Ruins of an old palace and other such monuments embraces within they the city's ancient history, some historians even identify the city with the ancient 11th century capital of Mayapur, under the Jitari dynasty. Itanagar today is divided into two parts, each 10 km apart from each other, with the older one named Naharlagun.

Itanagar has been the capital of Arunachal Pradesh since 20th April 1974. The township is situated at 350 metres above mean sea level. No railway enters Arunachal. But Indian Airlines and Vayudoot do serve Tezu, Ziro and Pasighat. It's, in other words, India's largest north-eastern state. Itanagar is under the huge influence of Tibetan culture on the people living in this state. The beautiful yellow roofed shrine that was declared as a holy place by the Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama provides an extremely beautiful view of the region. This influence is also visualized as one walks through the by lanes of Itanagar on can see people dressed in the local dress of the Tibetan people.

Day4:  Ziro
Ziro is one of the prettiest hill-stations of Arunachal Pradesh. It is the home of the Apatani tribe and is surrounded by pine and bamboo forests, interspersed by terraced paddy fields. The River Kele flows through the valley. Visit the Tarin Fish Farm run by the local people whose main livelihood is agriculture and fishing. Shop for handicrafts and colourful shawls and textiles woven by the tribals.

Trek through the surrounding bamboo groves to reach the most gigantic blue pine tree in the region, measuring 7m girth. For spectacular views of the Eastern Himalayas, you can visit the high mountain ridge known as Kile Pakho, 7km away from Ziro

Day5:   Ziro  
The apatani tribes have only one major Festival called Dree. Apatani salt is wel known for its specialty and enjoy the local music & dance. Over night at Hotel.

Day6:  Daporijo  
Drive to Daporijo. Daporijo, located at an altitude of 600 m above sea level is headquarters of the Upper Subansiri district. The region is dominated by the tribes of the Tagin, Hill Miri and the Adi Gallong. Daporijo lies on the right bank of the Subansiri River. The surrounding regions are dotted with colorful villages as well as some interesting caves.
Day7:  Along    
This entire valley is a picnic spot for the next 60 kms upstream. This is next to Yomgo or Siyom river. This river forms by the upstream by the joining of rivers "Yom" & "Go".Along the headquarter of West Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh located at an altitude of 300 m from the sea level. Sitting amidst abundant natural surroundings, Along in Arunachal Pradesh is a small town with beautiful villages. Along Arunachal Pradesh is a most ideal place to spend the hot summer seasons. The picturesque surroundings laced with brilliant plantations makes Along in Arunachal one of the most perfect health resorts of India. The places one can visit at Along are the Mithun and Jersey Cross Breeding Farm at Kamaki 25 kms away from Along.

Along in Arunachal Pradesh is inhabited by Adi (Gallong) tribes. Adi has different sub tribe, which differ from each other’s like Adi (Gallong, Minyong, Pasi, Padam, Bori, and Bokar), if you visit far inside this places you will find all these tribes, but in Along you will find only Adi (Gallong) tribal people. You can have visit of Jirdin, Kabu, Kaying villages, this will provide you an insight into the cultural of the people of Along in Arunachal Pradesh India.

Day8:  Pashighat  
Pasighat in Arunachal Pradesh is the oldest town of Arunachal Pradesh established in 1911. At Present, it is the headquarter of the East Siang district. Pasighat in Arunachal Pradesh has been often called the 'gateway of the state of Arunachal Pradesh'. From Pasighat, there are numerous places of interest that can be visited in Arunachal Pradesh. Pashighat derives its name from the 'Pasis', a tribe of the area.

Pasighat town is situated at a height of 155 m. from the sea level. The climate of Pashighat Arunachal Pradesh is hot and humid in summers and temperate during winters. Pasighat and its nearby areas can justly be termed as the heart of Arunachal Pradesh because of their central location in the state. With its breathtaking hillside and lush-green river valleys domesticated by a galaxy of tribes, the area is a tourists delight and photographers paradise.

Day9:  Dibrugarh  
After breakfast will leave for Dibrugarh by Boat from Pashighat. It will take 7 to 8 Hrs boat journey on Brahmaputra river. This is a wonderful experience of life having such a jouerney. Over night at Dibrugarh.

Day10:  Mon  
Drive from Dibrugarh to Mon. Mon constitutes of a vast forest region, which is the habitat of various species of plant and animal. The Shingphan forest, the Wanching forest, the Tiru forest, Zankhum, Shawot, Chen, Yei, Monyakshu, Pessao, Yongkao and the Tobu forest are some of the forest in the Mon district. The vegetation of the district consists of a wide range of flora including the rare blue Vanda, White Orchid, Foxtail, Wild Lilies and other plants of great, edible, medicinal and botanical value. Among the fauna group you will find, elephant, tiger, spotted leopards, jungle cat, mithuns, hornbill, Patridge fowl, and the rare species of Tragopan, barking dear, mountain goats and wild boars and bears.

The climate of Mon is fairly moderate, days are warm and nights are cool and comfortable. The main river of Mon is Dhiku, it flows passing through Naginimora and ultimately meets the Brahmaputra River. The other important rivers are Yamon, Yityong, Kaimang, Tesang, Maksha, Tapi, Tizit, Teyap, Tekang, Jein, Teggie, Telem, Pongma and Tehok. The rivers make good fishing grounds and locations for picnic and rafting. Over night local guest house.

Day11:  Mon  
This interesting village is easily accessed both from Myanmar and Arunachal we by pass it to reach Mon by afternoon. Check into a Guest house for the last night of our journey. The oldest and famous old monasteries are the another attraction of Tourist and visit local naga tribes & their life styles. Over night at Local Guest House.

Day12:  Jorhat  
Drive fro Mon to Jorhat. Jorhat is the one of finest city in Assam. Here is the Main Tea research institution and the Tata Tea Plantation. Over night at Hotel Paradise or Similar.

Day13:   Majuli  
Drive to ferry ghat and having 2 hrs boat journey to Majuli is the famouse & biggest River Island in Brahmaputra River. Majuli is the place where one can find the assamese Cultrue and pure assamese life style. Majuli also famouse for different types of Tribes like Miching & Mikir. The Assamese Baishnavo Dharma was establish by Srimanta Shankardeva. He is the father of Assamese Culture. Over night at Bmboo Guest House or Similar.

Day14:  Kaziranga  
Drive to ferry ghat and transfer to Kaziranga . Kaziranga National Park - The World Heritage Site is the oldest park in Assam & is located on the banks of the Brahmaputra River. Kaziranga National Park is a natural habitat for conservation of biologically diverse flora & fauna. It is inhabited by the world’s largest population of one-horned rhinoceroses besides sheltering about 15 species of India’s threatened mammals. There are numerous other major wildlife fauna.
Afternoon Jeep safari and over night at hotel.
 
Day15:   Safari Tour
Morning & Evening Safari. Over night at Kaziranga.

Day16:  Depature
Morning elephant safari and after breakfast leave for Guwahati for flight to Delhi/Kolkata. .

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