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Angling Tour of Northeast – 12 Nights & 13 Days

Guwahati - Nameri - Kaziranga - Dibrugarh - Boleng - Yambum - Dibrugarh
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Duration

12 Nights & 13 Days

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

40 people

Languages

Assamese, Bengali, English, Hindi

Angling is a method of fishing that uses a fish hook (angle). It is a popular sport fishing technique. Experience angling in North East India by booking a 13-day Angling and Wildlife Tour Package. Guwahati, Nameri, Kaziranga, Dibrugarh, Boleng, and Yambum will be visited during the 13-day journey.

The seven Northeast Indian states of Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Assam, Manipur, Mizoram, Meghalaya, and Tripura are endowed with a diverse fish fauna, which is of particular interest because the region is drained by two major drainages, the Brahmaputra-Barrak and the Chidwin-Irrawaddy. The region is ranked sixth among the world’s top 26 bio-diversity hotspots.

Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland are the major angling destinations in Northeast India that will provide you with thrilling and unforgettable experiences. However, the best region for angling is Arunachal Pradesh, which has a diverse range of rivers that provide anglers with the opportunity to catch sporting fish such as Golden Mahseer, Chocolate Mahseer, and Trout.

Because it is a special interest, we need a month to plan the programme, set up accommodations, and recruit local anglers from the villages to assist us.

Please keep in mind that this is just an example of a possible itinerary. We design vacations to meet your specific requirements. Please contact us if you require any changes so that we can tailor a holiday to your specific needs for an unforgettable India tour.

 

Highlights

  • Elephant riding at the Kaziranga National park
  • Trip to the Orchidarrium
  • a boat trip on the Brahmaputra
  • Yambum's tribal village visit

Day 1 : Guwahati : Welcome ceremony, Brahmaputra river cruise

When you arrive in Guwahati meet our tour representative  so they can help you with a quick transfer to the hotel. The remainder of the day is available for private tours. Set off on a river trip in the evening to view the sunset and learn why this area is known as the "colour of blood." Spend the night at the Guwahati.

Day 2 : Angling Camp Nameri : National Park, Angling

Drive to the  Camp in the Nameri National Park in the morning, which is managed by T3 . After arriving, eat lunch, and then float to the Bhoroli River. Sleep there the night.

Day 3 : Elephant Ride, Rafting, Angling

Go to the Kaziranga National Park in the morning for an elephant ride. Return to the camp for breakfast later, and then go to the angling location. Have a picnic lunch at the fishing location, then go river rafting. Return to the camp for the night by nightfall.

Day 4 : Tipi Orchidarrium, Angling

After an early breakfast, travel by road to Bhalukpung and then stop at the Tipi Orchidarrium. The 7,500 orchids in the Orchidarrium's collection make it a veritable botanical paradise. After lunch, go back to the camp before making your way to the angling location. Return to the camp to spend the night.

Day 5 : Kaziranga : National Park, Rhino

early in the morning, travel to Kaziranga (158 kilometers). Check into the hotel as soon as you arrive to unwind. Meet the locals of the village in the afternoon. Continue your stay at Kaziranga.

Day 6 : Kaziranga : Elephant Safari, Rhino

In the early morning, depart for an elephant safari in Kaziranga National Park's centre. Attempt to locate a one-horned rhinoceros. After lunch, have another jeep safari in the park's centre region. The remaining time of the day is free for personal pursuits. Spend the night in Kaziranga.

Day 7 : Dibrugarh : Adivasi village, Tea estate

After breakfast, depart from Kaziranga for Dibrugarh by road. Visit the century-old host bungalow inside the Tea Garden to check in. Explore the tribal people's way of life on the tea estate after a refreshment. On the open verandah, you can observe the evening scene as dusk takes over. At the bungalow in Dibrugarh, spend the night.

Day 8 : Boleng : River Crossing, Angling Camp

Take the ferry today to cross the Brahmaputra River and head to Pasighat. After eating lunch in Pasighat, proceed to Boleng. Spend the night in a tent at the fishing location.

Day 9 : Boleng : Angling

Following an early breakfast, depart for a full-day fishing trip at Boleng. Have a picnic lunch on the grounds. re-enter the camp and spend the night there.

Day 10 : Boleng : Angling

Drive to Pangin (20 kilometres away) in the early morning to go fishing. Return to the camp to spend the night.

Day 11 : Yambum : Angling

Drive to Yambum, another well-known fishing spot, in the early morning. Although the day is free for fishing, the evening is planned with a trip to the nearby tribal community for a cultural feast. Spend the night at Yambum.

Day 12 : Dibrugarh

After enjoying a leisurely breakfast, head to Dibrugarh (200 kilometers). When you get there, check in at the bungalow before going to the tea gardens.

Day 13 : Departure : Farewell

Take the day as you please before leaving.

  • MAP (Room + Breakfast + Lunch/Dinner)
  • 3 Star Hotel
  • Meals
  • Sightseeing
  • Transport
  • Pickup-Drop
  • Cab Transfer
  • Veg & Non Veg Meals
  • Welcome drink on arrival (Non-Alcoholic)- 2 Pm to 5 Pm Available Only
  • Accommodation in well appointed A/c rooms with satellite connection LCD TV, electronic safe, Mini Bar( chargeable) and intercom.
  • Buffet/TDH Menu as per the plan selected.
  • MAP – Breakfast and either Lunch or Dinner
  • Complimentary use of Tea/Coffee maker in all rooms replenished once a day, Hair dryer on request. Any additional requirement will be at an extra cost.
  • Excess baggage fees
  • Advance seat reservations
  • Entry visa fees
  • Optional extensions & excursions
  • Personal, baggage & travel insurance
  • Gratuities
  • Geverages
  • Items not specifically mentioned in the itinerary or "included features" list
  • Any items of a personal nature
  • UNUSED SERVICES: Unused services cannot be refunded once the trip has begun. No refund can be made for absence by travelers from any part of the itinerary.

12 Night - 13 Days

Assamese
Bengali
English
Hindi

Tour's Location

Guwahati - Nameri - Kaziranga - Dibrugarh - Boleng - Yambum - Dibrugarh

What exactly is angling?

Bait fishing, fly fishing, bait casting, spinning, and trolling are the five fundamental types of angling. All are employed in saltwater and freshwater fishing. The oldest and most widely used technique is bait fishing, often known as still fishing or bottom fishing.

Why is it known as Angling?

A fish hook, or "angle" (from the Old English angol), linked to a fishing line is used in the fishing technique known as "angling" to entangle individual fish in the mouth.

What kind of fishing is practised in Arunachal Pradesh?

There are several opportunities to catch fish in Arunachal Pradesh, particularly trout and mahseer. Anglers all across the world consider catching a Golden Mahseer to be a significant accomplishment. Mahseer is particularly difficult to catch because once it is hooked, it puts up a fight. Mahseer puts the anglers' expertise to the test.

Where in Shillong can I go fishing?

The Umiam Lake, sometimes called Barapani, is situated in Shillong. This lake's crystal-clear water will provide you with some excellent fishing possibilities. In this water escape, you'll find a variety of species, including catfish, golden carp, and silver carp. Both residents and visitors take pleasure in fishing here.

What kind of fish are there in North East India?

There are 133 genera and 38 families represented among the 422 fish species from north-east India listed in the research.

What are the five angling techniques?

Bait fishing, fly fishing, bait casting, spinning, and trolling are the five fundamental types of angling. All are employed in saltwater and freshwater fishing. The oldest and most widely used technique is bait fishing, often known as still fishing or bottom fishing.

What techniques are used for fishing in the rivers of northeast India?

Hook and line, maze/barricade, encircling gear, entangling gear, impaling gear, scooping gear, groping, impoundment, indigenous trap, and noose fishing are a few of the current fishing techniques used in the hill streams. Destructive techniques like dynamiting and poisoning are used for large-scale fishing.

Best fishing spots in the northeast

Guwahati, Nameri, Kaziranga, Dibrugarh, Boleng, and Yambum

Which river in Meghalaya is the finest for fishing?

River Umngot. sometimes referred to as Dawki River and Simsang River
Umiam River, Myntdu River, and Digaru River

Which river in Meghalaya is the purest?

The Umngot River in Meghalaya is recognised as the cleanest river in the nation. As the water is so clear, one can see the boats floating on the glass. Knowing the captivating natural beauty and distinctive culture there will be a different and intriguing experience for you.

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