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Travel to the best of travel destinations of North East India with North East India holiday package.

North East India Holiday

Escorted Tour
Total Duration: 15 Nights / 16 Days
Destinations Covered: Dibrugarh - Roing - Tezu - Wakro - Namsai - Sivasagar - Kaziranga - Touphema - Kohima - Nameri National Park - Guwahati

Day 01: Arrival at Dibrugarh
Upon your arrival at Dibrugarh Airport via flight from Delhi or Kolkata, you'll be met our tour executive who'll transfer you to the hotel, amidst a tea garden (about 30 minutes drive), for overnight stay. Later in the evening, you'll proceed to the hotel lawns to enjoy a dance performance by an ethnic Assamese dance group. Dinner will be served at the hotel.

Day 02: Dibrugarh - Roing
On day two, you'll embark a 5 hour drive to Roing, a town located in the lower Dibang Valley of Arunachal Pradesh. Upon arrival, you'll be transferred to the hotel for check in. Freshen up and have your lunch, after which you'll move out to meet the Mishmi tribes who inhabit the region. Return back to the hotel in the evening for dinner and sleep over.

Day 03: Roing
Wake up early in the morning and drive to Mayodia Pass, about 90 minutes from the hotel. Nestled at an altitude of 7000 ft, the place is surrounded with towering hills, lustrous green forests, and jaw dropping landscapes. An ideal photographer's delight! During peak winter season, the entire pass is covered with snow, thereby providing perfect views to marvel at. Thereafter, you'll be driven back to the hotel, followed by a visit to the local village. Return to the hotel will be in the evening. Enjoy the dinner and call it a day.

North East India
Day 04: Roing - Tezu - Wakro
Day four begins with a 4 hour drive to Tezu. Small halts at the local museum and emporium will be planned. From here, you'll leave for Wakro, situated about 2000 meters above sea level, a homeland of the Mishmi tribe. It is another two hour's drive from Tezu. En-route, you'll be visiting Parasuramkund, is a pilgrimage site for thousands of devotees who come here during the festival of Makar Sankranti to take a dip in the sacred River Lohit. Upon arrival, you'll be transferred to the hotel for check in. Spend the night at the hotel.

Day 05: Wakro
Post breakfast, you'll proceed for a full day excursion to the nearby villages inhabited by the Lama and Chakma people. These villages are situated on the outskirts of Namdapha National Park, the largest national park in India in terms of area. Lush green landscapes of the location will spellbind you while the enchantment of the village people, with their own traditions and folklore, will stay within you for long. Drive back to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 06: Wakro
The entire day will be at your disposal for visits to the villages inhabited by the Mishmi tribe. Besides interacting with the tribal people, you also have the option of visiting the local schools and markets. After that heavy doze of shopping and meeting the locals, you'll journeyed back to the hotel where dinner and night's rest will await you.

Day 07: Wakro - Namsai - Dibrugarh
On day seven of the tour, you'll be journeyed back to Dibrugarh. En-route, pay a visit to the town of Namsai - home to Khampti people who migrated in the 13th century from what is now known as Thailand. What's more, visit the Impong village, to learn about Khampti culture, and Buddhist Gompa, the largest of its kind in North-east India. Continue your drive to Namsai and later to Dibrugarh. As you reach, you'll be transferred to the hotel for check in and overnight stay.

Day 08: Dibrugarh
A day tour to a tea estate is planned for the morning. Explore all about origin of the tea, its growth and various procedures of processing. Indulge in tea tasting sessions of some of the most aromatic and sweet smelling teas of the world. Later in the day, visit a weaving centre to see how the traditional looms and Assamese silk textiles, that are famous all over the world, are weaved. Evening will be at your leisure.

Kaziranga National Park
Day 09: Dibrugarh - Sivasagar - Kaziranga
Post breakfast in the morning, set out to visit the Kaziranga National Park (5 hour's drive). En-route, make a halt at the heritage town of Sivasagar, once ruled by the Ahom Kingdom. Explore the various monuments and temples dripping with a vast and interesting history of the kingdom. After lunch, continue the 3-hour drive to Kaziranga National Park, home to 75% of the global population of one-horned rhinos, and many other animals like elephant, tiger, leopard, and more than 400 species of birds.

Day 10: Kaziranga
Start the day early with a full day tour of the park with an elephant safari to the central range of the park. Post breakfast, move to the western range of the park via jeep safari. Explore the eastern range via jeep itself in the afternoon. By evening, you'll be transferred to the resort inside the park for an overnight stay. Dinner will be provided at the resort.

Day 11: Kaziranga - Touphema
Day eleven will see you driving to Touphema village, home to the northern Angami tribe, situated in the central Naga Hills. Upon your arrival, you will be welcomed in a traditional manner with songs and dances, after which you'll be escorted to the recreated village resort with inns designed to look like village huts. The traditional elements of the Angami tribe will make the experience a memorable one. Dinner will be served at the resort.

Day 12: Touphema - Kohima
Take a early breakfast at the resort and position yourself in the cab comfortably, as you're about to begin the journey back to the World War II era. Starting with the land of the Angami tribal people - Kohima, you'll be revisiting the famous Battle of Kohima by taking a walking tour around the Garrison Hill area. Later, stroll around the place where the Battle of Tennis Court took place in World War II. If time permits, you also have the option to visit the State Museum, handloom and handicraft emporium, and the local souvenir shops. In the evening, you'll be driven to the hotel. Check in, have dinner and doze off in the comfort of your room.

Day 13: Kohima
Post breakfast, head for a full day tour visiting the nearby villages inhabited by Angami people. Spend the day interacting with them, shopping in the local markets, and clicking pictures. Drive back to the hotel in the evening for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 14: Kohima - Nameri National Park
Early in the morning, proceed to the Nameri National Park by road. The journey will take the entire day. Upon arrival, you'll be escorted to the camp located on the boundaries of the park. Located on the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas in Sonitpur District of Assam, the park is a refuge to more than 30 species of mammals, 315 species of birds, and many reptiles and fish. Spend the night at the camp.

Nameri National Park
Day 15: Nameri National Park
Take a full day tour to explore the Nameri National Park with morning and evening jeep safaris. While animals like Elephant, Gaur, Wild Boars, Sambar, and Barking Deer etc can easily be spotted, it may be entirely on your luck to spot a tiger or leopard. Indulge in some wildlife photography while you are here. Later in the evening, you'll be dropped off at the camp to spend the night. Dinner will be served at the camp.

Day 16: Nameri - Guwahati
Enjoy a sumptuous breakfast in the morning. Thereafter, you'll leave for Guwahati via road, which will take about 5 hours. Upon your arrival, you'll to Guwahati's Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport to board an afternoon flight to Kolkata or Delhi.

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