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Charming Arunachal – 06 Nights | 07 Days

6 Nights 7 days with Itinerary covering : Nameri National Park - Dirang - Tawang - Bomdila - Guwahati
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6 Nights 7 Days

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

40 people


Assamese, Bengali, English, Hindi

Arunachal Pradesh, a veritable natural treasure house tucked away in India’s north eastern tip, invites you to relax in its picturesque hills and valleys surrounded on three sides by Bhutan, China, and Myanmar. Come to Arunachal Pradesh to experience nature at its best. Enjoy the pleasant climate and meet its simple and welcoming people. Snowy misty mountains, famous monasteries, unexplored passes, and tranquil lakes combine to form some of Arunachal Pradesh’s most beautiful mountain scenery. For a tourist, the options are numerous, each more appealing than the last.

The thunderous Himalayan peaks, few of which have been named, let alone climbed, as well as jungles teeming with life forms yet to be catalogued, delicately tattooed and pierced tribal peoples living in long houses in the forest, magnificent Buddhist Temples, and a severe dose of near limitless adventure. The top four regions in the world according to Lonely Planet.

Arunachal Pradesh is well-known for its diverse religious and linguistic traditions. Arunachal Pradesh has many attractions, including new passes and tranquil lakes, ranging from magnificent mountains to beautiful monasteries.

Tawang (a town with the second largest Buddhist monastery in the region, controlling 17 gompas), Ziro (a picturesque valley famous for its Ziro music festival and unique handloom and craft items), and pristine Sela Lake near Bomdila with its bamboo bridges overhanging the rivers are among the most popular tourist attractions that make Arunachal Pradesh tourism notable. The state has everything a traveller needs for a perfect vacation.



  • Visiting war shrines constructed in honor of heroic Indian troops
  • Visiting Bhalukpong.
  • Exploring Dirang.
  • sightseeing tour at Tawang.
  • Visit Tawang Monastery, India’s largest monastery.
  • Capture pictures of the natural beauty.

Day 01: Guwahati– Nameri National Park

Our representative will meet you at the airport or railroad station and assist you. Continue to Nameri National Park. This is an elephant sanctuary. Other animals that call it home include the tiger, leopard, sambar, dhole (the Asiatic wild dog), pygmy hog, Indian wild bison, clouded leopard, leopard cat, muntjac, gaur, wild boar, sloth bear, Himalayan black bear, capped langur, and Indian giant squirrel. With almost 300 species, Nameri National Park is a birdwatcher's heaven. Nameri National Park is home to the white-winged wood duck, big pied hornbill, wreathed hornbill, rufous-necked hornbill, black stork, ibisbill, blue-bearded bee-eaters, babblers, plovers, and many other birds. Register at your hotel. Nature's trek to and from the Jia Bhoreli (Kameng River) You have the evening to yourself. Stay at a hotel for the night.

Day 02: Nameri National Park – Dirang

We depart in the morning for optional river rafting on the Jia Bhoreli (Kameng River) and/or jungle trekking (optional). Proceed to Dirang after breakfast. On the route, stop by the Orchid Research Center Tipi, an orchidarium with over 10,000 orchid plants of diverse genera and species. Arunachal Pradesh boasts the most orchids in the country. Continue your journey, and don't forget to have your cameras handy as you pass by stunning waterfalls and take in the scenery. Visit Nag Mandir on the way. Arrive at your hotel and check in. Visit the regional apple nursery, kiwi farm, hot water spring, Sangti Valley, and Dzong Fort after lunch. Stay at Dirang for the night.

Day 03: Dirang – Tawang

Transfer to Tawang after breakfast. Visit a war cemetery en route. Continue driving until you reach Sela Pass at an elevation of 4170 m (13700 ft). It is well known for its high-altitude lakes and visual splendor. Continue your journey to the Jaswant Garh War Memorial, which honors the heroic Indian soldier Jaswant Singh Rawat. Nuranang Falls should be visited (Jang Falls). Arrive at the hotel and check in. Stay at Tawang for the night.

Day 04: Tawang

We have two options for the day after breakfast. We can visit Bum La Pass (the Indo-China Border), for which you must obtain a permit from the DC office in Tawang, Sangestar Lake (Madhuri Lake), and Pangateng Tso Lake on our own (P.Tso Lake). Please keep in mind that you will need to use a local taxi in Tawang on a cash basis to get to these locations because our cars are not permitted. Alternatively, you could go to Tawang Monastery (Namgey Lhatse), Singsor Ani Gompa, and the Tawang War Memorial. Please keep in mind that if you visit Bumla Pass and Madhuri Lake, you may not be able to see everything in a single day. Return to the hotel in the evening. Stay at Tawang for the night.

Day 05: Tawang– Bomdila

Transfer to Bomdila after breakfast. On arrival, check into the hotel. Visit the Bomdila Monastery, the Bomdila View Point, and the Apple Orchards. Bomdila provides a stunning panoramic view of the Himalayan landscape and snow-capped hills.
You can go to the local market in the evening. Stay in Bomdila for the night.

Day 06 Bomdila– Guwahati

Transfer to Guwahati after breakfast. Register at your hotel. You can take a river cruise (direct payment) on the majestic River Brahmaputra in the evening. You might also go to the neighborhood market. Assam is famous for its Assam Silk, especially Golden Muga Silk, as well as Assam Tea, Bamboo, and Cane Products. Stay in Guwahati for the night.

Day 07: Guwahati

check out of the hotel after breakfast. As time allows, we may visit the Kamakhya Temple and other temples in Guwahati, including the Purva Tirupati Shri Balaji Temple, Sukreswar Temple, Navagraha Temple, Umananda Temple on Peacock Island, the world's smallest inhabited river island, the Assam State Museum, Dighali Pukhuri (Lake), State Zoo, Botanical Garden, Planetarium, and the Assam State Emporiums. Transfer to the Guwahati airport or railway station for your next adventure.

  • 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.

6 Nights 7 days


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6 Nights 7 days with Itinerary covering : Nameri National Park - Dirang - Tawang - Bomdila - Guwahati

When is the best time to visit Bomdila?

The best time to visit Bomdila is from April to October, when the weather is cool and pleasant. Bomdila experiences summers in June, although the weather remains pleasant and the extreme temperature does not exceed 30 degrees Celsius. The primary rainy season is between the middle of July and September; however, the town gets rain all year.

What is the best way to get to Bomdila?

Tezpur, Assam, has the closest airport to Bomdila. It is recommended to arrive at Tezpur first (by bus, train, or air) and then drive to Bomdila. The road leading to Bomdila is not well maintained and is in poor shape in several places. The trip takes roughly 6 hours unless there is an avalanche, in which case it takes longer. You can take a cab, share a cab, or take the bus.

What is the local cuisine of Bomdila?

While bed and breakfasts, resorts, and lodges all serve food, the options for eating out are somewhat restricted. You can simply select from a number of Dhabas and native food outlets in the main market area. Aside from these, the few restaurants in the area serve Indian, Chinese, and Continental cuisine. The typical North Eastern/Tibetan cuisine is available here. Momos, thumpas, noodles, and soups are the major dishes and may be found in a variety of restaurants.

Which is a famous tourist destination in North East India?

Bomdila is the ideal long weekend location for anyone looking to get away from the crowds and spend some time in the lap of nature. This is the finest journey's conclusion for people looking for adventure and escapade, as Bomdila offers more than a few hiking and climbing treks and paths.

When is the best time to go to Tawang?

Tawang is best visited between March and September. Tawang is a great place to visit in the summer and for much of the wet season, but it's a freezing place in the winter. The summer months are pleasant, and the rainy season is rather cold. In the winter, however, the temperature lowers to 1-3 degrees Celsius, and a snowstorm may disrupt the convenience.

When is the best time to visit Nameri Nation Park?

The months of November through April are considered the finest months to visit the park because the weather is mildly cool.

The months of November through April are considered the finest months to visit the park because the weather is mildly cool.

Arunachal Pradesh is a fast-paced excursion. It takes at least 5 to 6 hours in a car to travel from one location to another. As a result, if you have children, you might consider visiting alternative sites with a simpler agenda.

Can You Stop Anywhere Along The Road To Rest During Your Arunachal Pradesh Tour?

There are a few spots where you can stop driving. Because the roads are dangerous, try not to stop anywhere on the road.

Should You Bring Your ID to Arunachal Pradesh?

Yes, identification is required when visiting Arunachal Pradesh. You may be required to present it at each military checkpoint along the trip.

Can You Drive Your Own Car to Arunachal Pradesh?

You can get to Tawang by private car from Arunachal Pradesh. For security concerns, you must charter a local, robust automobile to visit Bumla Pass.


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