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Arunachal Pradesh Tribal Tour – 20 Nights & 21 Days

Dibrugarh – Namdapha – Dibru – Pasighat – Along – Daporijo – Ziro – Itanagar – Tawang – Dirang – Nameri – Guwahati
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20 Nights & 21 Days

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

40 people


Assamese, Bengali, English, Hindi

One of the most important aspects of Indian culture is its rich tribal legacy. Arunachal Pradesh Tribal Tour with Wildlife is a planned itinerary to explore India’s tribal lands and learn about their traditions, way of life, and the region’s rich wildlife. Explore some of the most interesting places in the North East on this tour, including Dibrugarh, Namdapha, Dibru, Pasighat, Along, Daporijo, Ziro, Itanagar, Bomdila, Tawang, Zemithang, Dirang, Nameri, and Guwahati.

Arunachal Pradesh is home to 26 tribes and over 100 sub-tribes, making it the best place in India for a tribal tour. The tribes of Arunachal spread out across the state, sending out the message of a strong bond with nature. These humble tribes demonstrate how gratitude and care for Mother Nature can bring unrivaled happiness and prosperity to both one’s life and the land.

During the Arunachal Pradesh Itinerary, you can get blessings at ancient temples, learn about tribal villages that have remained untouched by the modern world, sightsee, and experience some memorable moments. This tour package is adaptable, and you can change the itinerary to suit your needs. For more information, read the detailed itinerary.



  • Dibrugarh's tourist attractions include the Radha Krishna Temple and the Mahatma Gandhi Udyan.
  • Discover Namdapha National Park.
  • Sadiya tour including Parshuram Kund, Margherita, Na-Pukhuri, and the Lekhapani.
  • Explore the lifestyle of the Mopa tribe in the villages of Itanagar.
  • Guwahati, Pasighat, Tawang, and Itanagar sightseeing excursion.

Day 1 : Dibrugarh

Meet our team when you arrive at the Dibrugarh airport so they can set up a quick transfer to one of the hotels on our list. Then take some time to unwind in the warm, comfortable surroundings of your hotel room. Later in the day, make your way to Dibrugarh's top tourist destinations, including the Mahatma Gandhi Udyan, Radha Krishna Mandir, Tiling Mandir, and Aye Than temple.

Visit the Assam Forestry Department's Jokai Botanical Garden in the evening, which is renowned for its flora and animals. After that, spend the night in the Dibrugarh hotel.

Day 2 : Dibrugarh – Namdapha

After a filling breakfast on the second day of your Arunachal Pradesh tour, you'll begin your road trip to Namdapha. Upon arriving in Namdapha, arrange for a guided transfer to the hotel reservation. then finish the check-in procedures at one of the resorts on our list. You may enjoy the remainder of the day as you please. You can unwind in your hotel room or stroll through the resort's neighbourhood.

Day 3 : Namdapha National Park

You will go to Namdapha National Park on the third day. The Chakma tribal settlement, which is situated on the outskirts of Namdapha National Park, will be further explored by you. You will go to Namdapha National Park, a hub for biodiversity, later in the day. Enjoy a jeep safari while exploring the national park's diverse flora and fauna. Some of the exotic wildlife species will be visible on the tour.

Return to the resort later in the evening. Spend the night at the resort.

Day 4 : Namdapha - Dibru Saikhowa National Park

After breakfast the following morning, go to Dibru Saikhowa National Park. Once you've arrived at the national park, check in at one of the hotels we've listed. The park, which is situated in the Tinsukia district, is a great place to go on an elephant safari and see a variety of animals and birds. The park's proximity to the Brahmaputra River enhances its allure.

Return to the resort in the evening for dinner and to spend the night.

Day 5 : Dibru - Roing

Drive to Sapakhowa ferry Ghat after breakfast in the morning to catch a ferry across the huge Brahmaputra River to Sadiya. See the main tourist destinations in Sadiya, such as Parashuram Kunda, Rukmini Island, Margherita, Na-Pukhuri, and the Lekhapani, after you arrive.

Go on to Roing after the visit. Once there, check in at one of the hotels we've listed. After a short period of rest, continue to Bhismaknagar's mediaeval fort. Visit Nehru Van Udyan and the two historic ponds in the areas of Itapukhur and Padum Pukhuri later in the day. Return to the hotel for tea in the evening.

Spend the night at the hotel in Roing.

Day 6 : Roing - Pasighat

After breakfast on the sixth day of the journey, proceed immediately to Pasighat, the home of the powerful Siang and local hanging bridges. As you arrive in Pasighat, check into one of the pre-arranged hotels. Pasighat's top tourist destinations are the Kekar Moning, Komsing, and Daying Ering Sanctuary. Spend the remainder of the day at your leisure after the visit.

Enjoy a lavish supper and a night's stay in a Pasighat.

Day 7 : Pasighat - Along

Have breakfast and check out of the accommodation on the seventh day of the tour. Drive to Along later. Pause halfway through your visit to the indigenous community of Adi Galo. It is still untouched by modernity, giving you a close-up view of how these tribal people live traditionally.

Return to driving to Along after the visit. Check into one of the hotels on our list when you arrive in Along. The Patum Bridge, Mithun, and Jersey Cross Breeding Farm, Malinithan, Akashiganga, and the Mechuka valley are some of Along's top tourist destinations. Exotic cultures and stunning beauty are well-known features of Mechuka. Discover this wonderland's magnificent magnificence.

Return to the hotel in the evening. Spend the night at the  hotel.

Day 8 : Along - Daporijo

Drive to Daporijo the next morning. Many ethnic groups with distinctive cultures and traditions live in the town. Daporijo is renowned for its stunning, verdant surroundings and the numerous attractive locations that can be found there. There are a few caverns nearby Daporijo town that attract tourists. Several of the trekking locations near Daporijo's town may also be to your liking.

Enjoy dinner and a hotel stay the next day.

Day 9 : Daporijo – Ziro

You will check out of the hotel and proceed to Ziro on the ninth day of the journey after eating breakfast. See the Nyishi tribal settlements en way. The Nyishi tribe is the largest in Arunachal Pradesh. This thriving neighbourhood is well-known for its cultural customs. They are immediately recognisable by their clothing.

Later, make your way to Ziro, where you will be met for a guided transfer to the hotel you have already reserved. Finish the check-in procedures, then unwind. You may enjoy the remaining time as you please. You can travel to adjacent locations and immerse yourself in the tranquillity of the surrounding landscape.

Spend the night at the hotel.

Day 10 : In Ziro

You will start your trip to Dzukou Valley on the tenth day of your tour. The valley is the ideal getaway because to its verdant greenery, pure water, and sweeping vistas. You will spend the day touring the Apatani tribal settlements after taking in the valley's stunning surroundings. These towns are a kaleidoscope of artistic and cultural expression. We'll return to the hotel thereafter to spend the night.

Day 11 : Itanagar

You will check out of the accommodation after breakfast and depart for Itanagar, the state capital of Arunachal Pradesh. Itanagar is a well-liked tourist destination that is encircled by the snow-capped Mountains on the northern end and the powerful Brahmaputra River on the southern end. Tourists are always enthralled by this place's paradisiacal splendour. You will be aided in getting from the airport to the accommodation. Finish the formal check-in process, then unwind. You will go shopping at the local market later in the day. You can buy sarongs, wooden sculptures, Thangkas, and other handicrafts.

Spend the night in the hotel.

Day 12 : Itanagar – Bomdila

After breakfast on the twelfth day of the tour, you will check out of the hotel and go for Bomdila. Bomdila is the ideal getaway for environment enthusiasts because to its warm climate and abundance of historic temples, wildlife sanctuaries, apple orchards, and verdant landscapes.

You will receive assistance in getting to the hotel you have reserved when you arrive. Finish the check-in procedures, then unwind. You may enjoy the remaining time as you please. Spend the night at the Bomdila.

Day 13 : Bomdila – Tawang

After breakfast, you will begin your journey to Tawang, stopping along the way to see the 13476-foot-high Sela Pass and Sela Lake. Enjoy these locations' alluring splendour.

After that, you'll go to Jaswant Garh, and just before you get to Tawang, you'll see the Nuranang Fall, one of the most impressive waterfalls in the nation.

You will receive assistance in getting from Tawang Airport to the accommodation you have reserved in advance. Finish the hotel check-in procedures, then unwind. The remainder of the evening is free time.

Spend the night at the hotel.

Day 14 : In Tawang

After breakfast on the fourteenth day of the trip, you will go out on a sightseeing tour of the city, stopping at well-known tourist destinations like Tawang Monastery and Urgelling Monastery. See the Tawang War Monument, a 40-foot-tall colourful building dedicated to all those who lost their lives during the Sino-Indian War of 1962, after a late lunch and some refreshments.

The remainder of the evening can be spent shopping at the nearby market. Return to the hotel later in the evening. Spend the night at the  hotel.

Day 15 : Tawang – Zemithang - Tawang

After breakfast, travel to Zemithang the following morning. It is a Monpa village with substantial stone homes. Take a leisurely stroll through the hamlet as soon as you arrive to get a close-up view of the Monpa tribe's basic way of life. Spend some time getting to know the inhabitants and discovering their history and culture.

Return to Tawang in the evening for dinner and to spend the night.

Day 16 : Tawang - Dirang

Go to Dirang after breakfast. It's a stunning highland town with Tribal Mahayana Monapas. When you get in Dirang, check into one of the hotels on our list. Later, relax in this magnificent hill town's stunning surroundings. In Mandla, it serves as a base camp for bird watching and trekking. Moreover, go take a bath in the hot springs where it is said that the water has therapeutic qualities.

Return to the hotel for tea later in the day. Spend the night in a hotel in Dirang.

Day 17 : In Dirang

The local sightseeing tour of Dirang, which includes Sangti Valley, Apple Orchard, Kalachakra Gompa, and Hot Water Spring, will begin after breakfast on the seventeenth day of the trip.

You can browse in the neighbourhood market in the afternoon and pick up some gifts for your loved ones.

Spend the night in a hotel in Dirang.

Day 18 : Dirang –Nameri (180 km/6 Hrs.)

After breakfast on the 18th day of your Arunachal Pradesh tribal tour, you'll check out of the hotel and head to Nameri. This lovely location is tucked away in the Himalayan highlands. This charming tiny village is cut through by the swift Jia Bhoroli River. Adventure sports like river rafting, hiking through the jungle, and fishing are Nameri's top tourist draws. A haven for adventure seekers, this location.

Spend the night at the  hotel Nameri.

Day 19 : In Nameri

You will return to the campsite for lunch following your river rafting experience. You will tour Nameri National Park following lunch. You will go to the reserve to explore the nature trail, and an armed forest guard and guide will be with you the entire time. The ideal approach to see Nameri National Park is during a forest trip since you can see rare wildlife species in their native settings. The uncommon white-winged wood ducks and great hornbills can be seen here.

Return to the hotel before it becomes dark. Spend the night at the Nameri.

Day 20 : Nameri – Guwahati (240 km/ 06 Hrs.)

After breakfast on the twenty-first day of the trip, the group departs from the hotel and travels to Guwahati. Check into the hotel upon arrival. Freshen up and then head out for some sightseeing in Guwahati, which should include a stop at the Kamakhya Temple. seeks the goddess Shakti's blessing.

The afternoon is when you can take a river trip on the majestic Brahmaputra. While cruising, take in the magnificent scenery of the surrounds. Shopping is permitted in the evening. Spend the night in a hotel in Guwahati.

Day 21 : Leave Guwahati

The Arunachal Pradesh Tribal Tour with Wildlife is coming to an end today. After breakfast, check out of the hotel and make your way to the airport in Guwahati to continue your journey.

  • 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.

20 Nights - 21 Days


Tour's Location

Dibrugarh – Namdapha – Dibru – Pasighat – Along – Daporijo – Ziro – Itanagar – Tawang – Dirang – Nameri – Guwahati

What are your knowledge about the Arunachal Pradeshi tribes?

The Nissi (Nishi or Dafla), Sherdukpen, Aka, Monpa, Apa Tani, and Hill Miri are some of the major tribes in western Arunachal Pradesh. The largest tribal group in the state, the Adi, reside in the centre of the country.

What distinguishing characteristics characterise tribal culture in Arunachal Pradesh?

Tribes & Beliefs - Arunachal Pradesh includes 26 major tribes, including sub-tribes, making the state's culture incredibly diverse. Every tribe has its own distinct set of customs and traditions. Adi, Galo, Aka, Apatani, Nyishi, Tagins, Bori, and Bokar are some of the significant tribes in Arunachal Pradesh.

What distinguishing characteristics distinguish tribal societies?

Kinship ties completely bind tribal societies together. Tribal communities lacked some characteristics, such as strong, complex, and formal structure. Tribal communities are based on communal landholding. There is no hierarchy between males or between groups in tribal society.

What do the tribes of Arunachal Pradesh eat?

Together with fish, beef (Lukter), and numerous green vegetables, rice is a staple diet. There are numerous rice kinds. The most popular and often used vegetable is lettuce, which is made by boiling it with ginger, coriander, green chilies, and a little salt.

Which Arunachal Pradesh tribe is the smallest?

There are 100 sub-groups and 26 major tribes in Arunachal Pradesh, with the Sherdukpens, a Buddhist group, being one of the smallest.

What language are the tribes of Arunachal Pradesh?

Nyishi, Dafla, Miji, Adi, Gallong, Wancho, Tagin, Hill Miri, Mishui, Mohpa, Nocte, Aka, Tangsa, and Khamti are a few among them. They are a sizable majority of the Tibeto-Burman language family. Inroads into Hindi are ongoing. In some places, the usage of Nagalese as a link language is fairly widespread.

Which Arunachal tribe is missing?

The Mising, also known as the Miri, are a native ethnic group from Tibeto-Burma who live in parts of the northeastern Indian states of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. They are a member of the Northeast Indian Tani ethnic group.

What traditions and holidays are celebrated in Arunachal Pradesh?

Since farming is the primary industry, there are several festivals where people worship and give thanks to god for a bountiful harvest. In Arunachal Pradesh, notable holidays include Losar, Solung, Boori-Boot, Mopin, Dree, Nyokum, Reh, Si-Donyi, etc.

Which holiday is celebrated in Arunachal?

December 1, 2023, is Indigenous Religion Day in Arunachal Pradesh. Every year on December 1, the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh observes Indigenous Faith Day to protect and advance the indigenous faiths there.

What is the Arunachal Pradeshi tribal dance?

Aji Lhamu, Roppi, Hurkani, Ponung, Lion and Peacock Dance, Hurkani, Buiya, Chalo, Rekham Pada, Popir, and Wancho are some of the most well-known Arunachal Pradeshi folk dances.


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