Arunachal Pradesh - 14th April 2022

(8 Days 7 Nights)

INR 40,000 INR 45,000

  • Tezpur(1N)
  • Dirang(1N)
  • Tawang(2N)
  • Bomdila(1N)
  • Nameri(1N)
  • Guwahati(1N)

Arunachal Pradesh - 14th April 2022

(7 Nights 8 Days)
  • Tezpur(1N)
  • Dirang(1N)
  • Tawang(2N)
  • Bomdila(1N)
  • Nameri(1N)
  • Guwahati(1N)

INR 40,000 INR 45,000


India’s wildest and least explored state, Arunachal (literally,Land of Dawn-Lit Mountains) rises abruptly from the Assam plains as a mass of improbably steep and densely forested hills,culminating in snowcapped peaks along the Tibetan Border. Arunachal lures travellers with the promise of adventurous journeys to remote mountain valleys and encounters with some of its 26 indigenous tribes. .... Read More

INR 40,000 INR 45,000


Indias North East is a land of undulating hills and plains with luxuriant green cover and a wide variety or rare and exotic flora and fauna.North-Eastern India consists of seven small states: Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura. The main entry point for any north-eastern state is Assam, if one is entering from within India. (Group tour starting 14th April 2022)
Tour Itinerary
(7 Nights 8 Days)

Day 1

Arrival at Guwahati, Transfers to Tezpur

Upon arrival at Guwahati Airport (arrive by 12pm), you shall be picked up in your exclusive vehicle and transferred to Tezpur. Enroute visit ‘The Maha Mrityunjay Temple’ in Puranigudan, Nagaon. This Temple is now renowned for the record of constructing the 126 feet tall Shiv Linga which is the largest Shiva Linga in the World.

Day 2

Tezpur - Dirang

After breakfast, proceed towards Dirang. Dirang is an unexplored gem, hidden away in the wilderness of Arunachal Pradesh, located at 5250ft above sea level, freezes you momentarily with its breathtaking awesomeness. This cosy little town of Arunachal Pradesh step right out of an imaginative, nature loving painter’s canvas. Snow-capped peaks, roaring water bodies, heart-stopping chasms, expansive array of vegetation and a deep sense of freedom; you will be lost for words when you experience the beauty of this valley. It is 42 km away from Bomdila. Enroute, visit Bomdila Monastery. A replica of the Tsona Gontse Monastery at Tsona in southern Tibet, the Bomdila Monastery was set up by the twelfth reincarnate of the Tsona Gontse Rinpoche. The Gompa comprises a prayer hall, used by the Lamas and the Monks for peace prayers, a temple of the Buddha and residential quarters for the Monks. Besides the prayers and tantrayana practices, the young Monks are also taught about the monastic life and tradition and different subjects by the senior Lamas or the Monks of the Monastery. Based on the available time, you could explore Kalachakra Gompa and Dirang Dzong.

Day 3

Dirang - Sela Pass - Sela Lake - Jaswant Garh War Memorial - Tawang

After breakfast, proceed towards Tawang - The Land of Monpa Tribes & a major centre of the Mahayana Buddhists. On your way lies an astounding beauty, ‘The Sela Pass’. Sela Pass is a lifeline for the people of Arunachal Pradesh, and the Sela Lake is as heavenly as it gets. The two combine to enchant one and all by their mystic beauty. One of the most stunning gifts of nature to the North-East, Sela Pass is the only way that connects Tawang District of the state (Arunachal Pradesh) to the rest of the country. Just 25km before you arrive at Tawang, visit Jaswant Garh War Memorial, set in scenic terrain just below the Sela Pass, commemorates the bravery of the martyred Indian Soldiers of the 1962 Indo- China War. This war memorial stands in memory of rifleman Jaswant Singh Rawat, Mahavir Chakra Awardee, who showed his valor by fighting and holding the invading Chinese back for 72hours all alone during the 1962 India-China War and remained at his post at an altitude of about 10,000ft before succumbing to an enemy bullet during that bloody winter war. The post that he held to repulse the Chinese troops has been renamed Jaswant Garh in recognition of his valor and sacrifice.

Day 4

Mesmerizing Beauty of Tawang

Tawang is surrounded by beautiful glacial lakes in and around the valley with crystal clear blue waters. Encircled by lofty and magnificent mountains, Tawang is a feast for the eyes. Today after breakfast, visit Panga Teng Tso Lake, Sungester Lake & Tawang Monastery. Blessed with serene surroundings and wonderful scenery, Sungester Lake is one of the most popular lakes in Tawang. The lake is surrounded by Blue Lapis Flowers in summers and a blanket of snow in the winters. This lake was formed during an earth quake and lies in pine forests. Trunks of dead trees can be seen emerging from the blue waters of the lake. Tawang Monastery or Tawang Gompa is the largest Monastery in India and the second largest in Asia. The Monastery is 400-year-old and adorned with the 18ft. high statue of Lord Buddha. It is perfectly perched on a hilltop and forms a major landmark. On one side the slope gently spreads into a valley, but on the other side the cliff ends bluntly. The base of the mountain where the monastery stands has been slowly washed away and loosened. The monastery is under continuous threat from landslides, especially during the rainy season. Tawang Monastery being a big Monastery with living Quarters, a Museum, Institutions and Libraries, is in continuous danger of collapsing under its own weight.

Day 5

Tawang - Jung Water Falls - Bomdila

After breakfast, drive to Bomdila. On the way enjoy the beauty and majesty of Jung Waterfall. Explore Dirang Valley & Chakzam Bridge. The Jung Waterfalls drops down from an altitude of 100meters. It originates from northern slopes of the famous Sela Pass; further Nuranang River forms the waterfalls and then it plunges into Tawang River. Further ahead, visit Chakzam Bridge & Dirang Monastery as time permits.

Day 6

Bomdila to Nameri National Park

After breakfast, proceed towards Nameri National Park. It is famous for Tiger, Elephant, rare species of Birds and rare species of Fish in Jia Bharali River. Nameri provides a diverse flora and fauna. The most famous white winged Wood-Duck (Deo Hanh) is found here. River Jiyabharali flows down through the Nameri National Park which provides wide vistas for adventure water sports like Rafting and Angling.

Day 7

Nameri National Park to Guwahati

After breakfast, prepare for a long journey back to Guwahati.

Day 8

Guwahati - Kamakya Temple - Evening Departure

After breakfast, explore Guwahati. Located in the state of Assam, Guwahati is one of the most visited destinations in North-East India. The former name of Guwahati was Pragjyotishpur which means ‘The City of Eastern Lights’. Situated on the banks of the Brahmaputra River and surrounded by the Shivalik Hills, Guwahati serves as a perfect getaway. Visit the Kamakhya Temple situated atop the Nilachal Hill. Noted to be the most sacred among the tantric shrines of Shakti worship in the world, Kamakhya, was built in the 10th century by the Koch King, Naranarayan. It is a common practice here to offer animal sacrifice to appease the Goddess. Later, post lunch, proceed to Guwahati Airport, bid adieu to Guwahati and this beautiful Landscape of the North-East, for your Onward Journey Home with great memories of ‘ALifetimetrip’.



  • Accommodation at hotels/resorts/camps on double/triple Occupancy as per requirement.
  • All Applicable Taxes
  • Exclusive AC Vehicle (as quoted) dedicated for you.
  • Rates are valid for INDIAN NATIONALS only.
  • All permit fees & hotel taxes (as per itinerary).
  • Accommodation on twin Sharing Basis.


  • Anything/Service not mentioned in Inclusions.
  • Any Air/Train/ Bus Fares- Best fares, Available On Request.
  • Any room heater charges, if opted.
  • Personal Expenses such as Laundry, telephone calls, tips & gratuity, mineral water, soft & hard drinks, rafting, rock climbing, paragliding, joy ride (Toy Train), porterage.
  • Additional sightseeing or extra usage of vehicle, other than mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Any cost arising due to natural calamities like, landslides, road blockage, political disturbances (strikes), etc (to be borne by the client, which is directly payable on the spot).
  • Travel Insurance available on request.
  • VIP Darshan in Kamakhya Temple Entrance Fees & Guide charges.
  • GST
Important Information

1. Please note that our Executive will hold placard with your name just outside the only exit gate of the Terminal.
2. The vehicle used will be exclusive for the couple / group but will not be at disposal. It will be as per contract & will change at advised / mentioned.
3. While most people in the north-east understand and speak English, Hindi is not very common except in Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, and Tripura to some extent, so travellers here should pick up a few phrases in the local languages if possible. 
4. Inner Line Permit (ILP) is required for entry. Please send us 2 passport size photographs for each Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram and Nagaland. Kindly scan and send us Photo identity proof & Address proof of each person including child. We require at least 10 official working days for processing the documents (ILP office remains closed on Saturday-Sunday).

cancellation policy

25% Charges of lump sum amount, anytime prior to 30 days of Tour Start.
50% Charges of lump sum amount, anytime within 30-15 days prior to Tour Start.
75% Charges of lump sum amount, anytime within 15-10 days of Tour Start.
100% Retention Charges thereafter.


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