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North East  Popular Tour – From Guwahati


Arunachal Pradesh Tour – From Guwahati



Arunachal Tour-1 > 7Nights/8Days >Guwahati Pickup – 220km/5.5hrs – Bhalukpong 1N – 150/5.5hrs – Dirang 1N – 150km/5hrs – Tawang 3N – 190km/6.5km – Bomdila 1N – 160km/5hrs – Tezpur 1N – 210/4hrs – Guwahati Drop













Day-1 > Guwahati to Bhalukpong – 220km/5.5hrs


Arrive Guwahati Rly Stn or Airport – Meet and Greet at Stn/Airport – Visit Kamakkhya Temple – Transfer to Bhalukpong – Check in hotel by evening – In the evening visit one of Asia’s largest gardens of orchids that houses over 450 rare orchids out of 1000 found in India – You can also visit the snow-fed Kameng River that flows alongside – Overnight stay at Bhalukpong.


Day-2 > Bhalukpong to Dirang – 150km/5.5 hrs


Post breakfast drive towards Dirang – From Bhalukpong to Dirang via Nag Mandir – Also visit Bomdila Monastery and Tipi Orchid – Check in hotel at Dirang by afternoon – Overnight stay at Dirang


Day-3 > Dirang to Tawang – 150km/5hrs


After breakfast, drive from Dirang to Tawang – Sela Pass, with a height of 13,714 ft, is one of the most visited places in entire Arunachal Pradesh – Considered to be heaven on earth, the Sela Mountain Pass in winter is entirely covered with snow – Before reaching this pass, the travelers are welcomed by another lake, which is known as the Paradise Lake – There are many scenic spots on the way to Tawang – Overnight stay at Tawang.


Day-4 > Tawang


Tawang local sight seeing spots are – Tawang War Memorial, Jaswant Garh, Tawang Monastery, Ani Gompa, Craft Center, Jang Falls etc – Return home by evening – Overnight stay at Tawang.


Day-5 > Tawang


After breakfast, visit Bum La Pass – The Bum La Pass is located about 37 km away from Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh, at the Indo-China border above 16,500 ft above sea level – It is often covered with heavy snow throughout the year – It is one of the most off-beat passes in the world and is also referred to as the pass from where Dalai Lama entered India escaping from Tibet – Stay overnight at Tawang.


Day-6 > Tawang to Bomdila – 190km/6.5hrs


Today after breakfast we will drive back to Bomdila. On the way we will stop to visit 1962 Indo-China War Memorial, which is dedicated to Rifleman Jaswant Singh Rawat, of the 4th Battalion of Garhwal Rifles Infantry Regiment. He showed his heroism by fighting and holding the attack of China back for 72 hours all alone. Singh remained at his post at an altitude of about 10,000 feet before succumbing to an enemy bullet during that bloody winter war. The memorial is located 25 km before Tawang and is surrounded by scenic terrain just below the Sela Pass. After visiting the war memorial, we will continue our drive to Bomdila. En-route enjoy the beauty of snow-clad peaks namely Kangto (7090 mt), Nyegi Kangsang (7050 mt), Gorichen (6488 mt). Check into the hotel by evening. Enjoy evening at leisure, followed by overnight stay at Bomdila.


Day-7 > Bomdila to Tezpur – 160km/5hrs


Today after breakfast we will drive to Tezpur, en-route visit the Orchid Center at Tipi. Tipi houses over 7500 orchids. On display are some of the finest species like the Dainty Lady’s Slipper or the more formal sounding Dendrobium. Continue drive to Tezpur. Upon arrival, check into the hotel. Fresh-n-up and enjoy a sightseeing tour of Tezpur. The place is also known as ‘The City of Blood’. It is steeped in mythologies and legends. Situated on the north bank of Brahmaputra, this town of magnificent scenic beauty and exquisite archaeological ruins is the head quarter of Sonitpur District. Overnight stay at the hotel.


Day-8 > Tezpur to Guwahati – 210km/4hrs

Today is the last day of our tour - After breakfast we will leave for Guwahati – Upon arrival we will transfer you to the airport/railway station for onward destinations – Our tour ends here with a sweet memory and dream to join in Eastern Heavens once again.






The location of Bhalukpong in itself is breathtaking. It is situated on the border of dense forest of Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary and shores of River Kameng. It offers excellent scope for hiking, trekking, fishing and river rafting. Though tourist spots are not many, the entire place in itself is an amazing bundle of entertainment with spectacular views and various outdoor activities.


Spreading over an area of 862, Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary is located in a scenic environment. Surrounded by rivers on three sides and situated amidst the Himalayan ranges, Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary is a treat to your eyes. The sanctuary is home to various wild animals including tiger, jungle cat, Himalayan black bear, elephant, leopard, barking deer, flying squirrel and many more. Some of the rare bird species found here includes great pied hornbill, jungle fowl, serpent eagle and wood duck. Bhalukpong offers elephant safaris as well. Explore Bhalukpong on elephant’s back and you are sure to love the experience. Other important tourist activities of Bhalukpong include river rafting and fish angling. With so much to offer, you will find Bhalukpong eliciting various emotions from you.


Bhalukpong Fort was constructed around 10th century and though now in ruins, it stands for the culture and ancient glory of the place. It was built by king Bhaluka on the banks of Bharali River. Apart from the fort’s remains, important remains of Bana, grandson of King Bhaluka are also preserved here.


Tipi is located 5 kms from Bhalukpong. It is one of the most famous tourist destinations thanks to the Orchidarium here. Tipi Orchidarium has over 50000 varieties of orchids. With more than 1000 orchids, the Orchid Glass House located at the centre of the Orchidarium is a feast to your eyes. The orchids are wonderfully displayed in hanging baskets and some on pots. You could also go rafting and fishing here.



Situated enroute to Tawang from little down of Bomdila in Arunachal Pradesh, Dirang is one of the most breath-taking travel places in North East India that is sure to cast a spell on every visitor. Engulfed in awe-inspiring Himalayan vistas sprinkled with verdant greenery, sparkling streams, enchanting waterfalls and natural hot water springs, the tiny hamlet truly makes for an idyllic getaway for nature lovers, adventure enthusiasts and cultural freaks alike. The village’s scenic trails immersed in profound tranquillity provide for a fascinating time to all the bird watchers too; venture on a nature stroll early in the morning and get treated with charming sights of white-throated redstarts, fire-tailed sunbirds, rufous-bellied tits and rainbow-coloured trogopans playing hide and seek amidst the thick bushes. For a more splendid experience, embark on a short hike to the ‘Sangti Valley’, yet another beautiful sightseeing place that lies just 7 km. off the main city centre and is famous as a wintering spot for the migratory black-necked cranes. Besides cranes, the alluring charm of the valley soaked in captivating panoramas of striking kiwi and apple orchards and lush paddy fields along the pristine Sangti River is magical enough to leave all the visitors entranced and captivated for their entire lives.


For those who are up for some adventure in Dirang, must make best use of the opportunity and take a ride to the famous ‘Sela Pass’ that sits 13,700 ft. above the sea level. One of the top tourist attractions in the region located just 80 km. off the main city centre, the pass stands as a gateway to Tawang and provides for an adrenaline pumping adventure snaking through winding hilly roads, dangerous curves and rough terrains. While the ride is indescribably exhilarating, it is well worth all the effort. The scenic vistas here are just to die for; the frozen ‘Sela Lake’ and clouds floating right above the heads make for a celestial scenery and leave everyone gasping in awe of nature’s unmatched craftsmanship.


In case one is planning for cultural holidays in Dirang, must visit here during the ‘Behdeinkhlam Festival’ celebrated for three days in the month of July. One of the most significant and colourful festivals of the region promoting friendship and harmony coupled with enchanting folk performances and unique religious rituals, it provides for a lifetime opportunity to all the cultural aficionadas get a close insight into diverse tribal heritage of India.


Food of Dirang is also something which needs an exclusive mention. The gastronomes here must not miss relishing the local cuisine prepared by the women of Monpa tribe. A typical lunch meal includes Yak cheese delicacies, flavoursome Thupkas, delectable meat curries and a refreshing salad made from all the local fresh ingredients.



Located at a height of about 3048m, is known for many important and beautiful monasteries and is famous as the birth place of Dalai Lama. The beautiful town of Tawang, also pronounced as Dawang has many sceneries to make your trip a picturesque one. However, what begins to define the area is its significance for Buddhist monks. Tawang is the place to go for monasteries, with the Tawang Monastery being the most popular one and extremely sacred for the Buddhists. Tawang is a place which will flatter you with its natural beauty wrapped in the scent of spirituality. The beautiful orchid sanctuary and the Tipi Orchid Sanctuary is also an ideal place for your list of places to visit. Along with this one can have their taste buds to have an experience of Tawang by indulging into the area's unique cuisine.


Tawang was historically part of Tibet inhabited by the Monpa people. The Tawang Monastery was founded by the Merak Lama Lodre Gyatso in 1681 in accordance with the wishes of the 5th Dalai Lama, Ngawang Lobsang Gyatso, and has an interesting legend surrounding its name, which means "Chosen by Horse". The sixth Dalai Lama, Tsangyang Gyatso, was born in Tawang. The 1914 Simla Accord defined the McMahon Line as the new boundary between British India and Tibet. By this treaty Tibet relinquished several hundred square miles of its territory, including Tawang, to the British, but it was not recognised by China. According to Tsering Shakya, the British records show that the border agreed in 1914 was conditional upon China accepting the Simla Convention. Since the British were unable get China's acceptance, the Tibetans regarded the MacMahon line "invalid". According to Jia Liang, the British did not take possession of Tawang, which continued to be administered by Tibet. When the British botanist Frank Kingdon-Ward crossed the Sela Pass and entered Tawang in 1935 without permission from Tibet, he was briefly arrested. The Tibetan government lodged a formal complaint against Britain. This drew the attention of the British, who re-examined the Indo-Tibetan border and rediscovered that Tibet had ceded Tawang to British India, and attempted to revive the McMahon Line, in November, the British government demanded Tibet to implement the 1914 Simla Accord, this met with rejection from the Tibetan government which rejected the validity of the McMahon Line. Tibet refused to surrender Tawang, partly because of the importance attached to the Tawang Monastery. In 1938 the British made a cautious move to assert sovereignty over Tawang by sending a small military column under Capt. G.S. Lightfoot to Tawang. The invasion was met with strong resistance from the Tibetan government and local people, a serious protest was lodged against the British Indian government.



Bomdila is a wonderful tourist destination, which is situated to Bhalukpong’s north. Spectacular landscapes, stunning orchids and monasteries are some of the leading attractions in Bomdila. Located just 36 km away from Bhalukpong, Bomdila is visited by all who tour Bhalukpong. Experience the essence of culture and richness of nature in Bomdila.

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