DURATION: 09 NIGHTS 10 DAYS
DESTINATIONS: ASSAM
GUA / GHY – BHALUKPONG – DIRANG – TWANG – BOMDILA – KAZIRANGA – GUWAHATI – GUA / GHY
Day 01
ARRIVAL AT GUWAHATI
Arrival and greeting at airport/railway station by our representative and transferred to your hotel. After lunch, indulge yourself in sightseeing in and around Guwahati. In the evening, you would be taken for a boat cruise on the Brahmaputra (subject to flood condition) and spot river dolphin in the water. Evening free at leisure over night stay at Guwahati.

Day 02
GUWAHATI TO BHALUKPONG
Morning after Breakfast Check out from hotel at Guwahati and Transfer to Bhalukpong, the drive is approx 215 km and 6 hrs drive on the way rafting at Jiya Bharali river over. Arrival at Bhalukpong check in to the pre booked hotel, evening free at leisure overnight at the hotel.

Day 03
BHALUKPONG TO DIRANG
Morning after breakfast check out from hotel at Bhalukpong and transfer to Dirang, the drive is arrpox 138 km 4:30 hrs drive. Arrival at Dirang check in to the pre booked hotel, evening free at leisure overnight at the hotel.

Day 04
DIRANG TO TWANG
Morning after breakfast, we take you for the local sightseeing of Dirang. Visit the Yak Breeding centre, The Lower Monastery, the Hot Spring, the Nag Mandir and the War Memorial. Thereafter drive to Tawang (141kms/6hrs). On the way enjoy the beauty of Sella Lake and the Sella Pass (13746ft) as well as Jaswantgarh. Jaswantgarh, located 16kms from Sella Pass is a memorial to the brave soldiers who single handily tried to stop the advancing Chinese army during the Chinese aggression of 1962. In the evening, explore the town of Tawang. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 05
TWANG LOCAL SIGHTSEEING
Morning after breakfast visit The Tawang Monastery which is one of the most important elements in the social and religious life of the Monpas. This Monastery is known as "GALDEN NAMGYEL LHATSE". It is one of the largest Lamaseries of Mahayana sects in Asia, and then drive to Pankang Teng Tso (P.T. Tso Lake) close to the Chinese border. Return in the evening and rest at the hotel. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 06
BOOMLA AND MADHURI LAKE SIGHTSEEING
Morning after breakfast, we start for the local sightseeing of Tawang where we cover the Madhuri Lake and the Boomla Pass as well as the War memorial. Back to hotel evening free at leisure overnight at the hotel.

Day 07
TWANG TO BOMDILA
Morning after breakfast, drive to Bomdila, a distance of 181 kms, covered in 05 hrs. Bomdila, located at an altitude of 8500ft, is the headquarters of the West Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh. It is from here that one can see the brilliant landscape and snow-clad mountains of the Himalayan Range. The Buddhist monastery of Bomdila is the repository of culture and is among the primary attractions of the area. It is the land of the Monpa, the Sherdukpen, the Aka (Hrusso), the Miji and the Bogun tribes. Enroute visit & enjoy the beautiful Jang Falls as well as the Upper and the Lower Monasteries. Evening free at leisure and overnight at the hotel.

Day 08
BOMDILA TO KAZIRANGA
After breakfast, we visit the Craft Centre which Opens at 9:00 a.m and produces very fine, colourful exquisite 'dragon' designs carpets, Buddhist Tangkas (wall hangings) and masks. The Ethnographic Museum is another spot, worth visiting. Thereafter we set off for our drive to Kaziranga. Arrival at Kaziranga check in to the pre booked hotel, evening free at leisure overnight at the hotel.

Day 09
KAZIRANGA SIGHTSEEING & TRANSFER TO GUWAHATI
Start early morning for an Elephant ride in the Central range of the Park followed by a Jeep safari in the same range: The Central range is good for water birds such as Falcate Teal, White-eyed Pochard, Grey headed Fishing Eagle, Crested Serpent Eagle and Spot-billed Pelican. Bengal Florican can also be seen in this range. After lunch Jeep Safari in the Western range: ideal for grassland birds and big game like Rhinos and Water buffaloes. And transfer to Guwahati, the drive is approximately 138 kms 4:30 hrs drive, arrival at Guwahati check in to the pre booked hotel. Evening free at leisure overnight at the hotel.

Day 10
TRANSFER TO GUA / GHY
Morning after breakfast transfer to GUA / GHY for your journey onwards.

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Sikkim Travel Tips

Sikkim is a small state nestled neatly amongst the Great eastern Himalayas and hosting quite a few ethnic tribes and vast variation of weather conditions. To enjoy any Holiday or a Trip a wise and an essential packing of luggage is a must.

Please do make sure that you carry the items and keep in mind the Do’s and Don’t’s mentioned below:

  • Documents:

Please always do carry an Original Identification for yourself and all the traveling members, such as Passport/ driving lsc/ ration card/ voters card.

  • Clothing, Shoes and weather Grear

A good pair of light sneakers (preferably waterproof or leather if visiting North Sikkim) are very important for your feet, as you may have to walk in some places. Carry a few woolen clothes as it may get a bit cooler in the morning and evenings, also you would require them for visit to tshangu lake and Baba Mandi, If there is snow at the point you visit, there are always hawkers who give rented gumboots, gloves, and raincoats so you can feel free to roll around on the snow. Always carry small towels with you while traveling,

  • Toiletries and Medical Supplies

Please carry your medicines, water and what your doctor has suggested for high altitude. chweingums of great help to overcome giddiness at very high altitude. Please carry anti-vomit tablets like Avomine, Pregnidoxin, Reglan and Deriphyllin/ Coca for breath control as the twisting and curving roads tend to get you sick.

  • Photo equipment

Please carry extra data cards if you are taking pictures in high megapixels, you are going to run out of space. Lithium batteries are also not much help as they can store little charge. Carry several alkaline batteries and camera which can be of great help as you will be tempted to take thousands of photographs

  • Miscellaneous

Please avoid eating from wayside dhabas as they might tend to get you sick, also before boarding on a car for a long route eat light and carry some snacks with you, always carry a mineral water bottle with you and avid drinking outside waters.

::DO'S::
  1. Vegetation is fragile; follow designated trails.
  2. Avoid littering and deposit garbage at designated places.
  3. Keep all pollutants away from streams and lakes.
  4. Respect local culture by taking permission before taking photographs.
  5. Dress modestly. Be aware of the customs and manners and culture of the local people.
  6. It is customary to leave a donation at a monastery and to circle shrines in a clockwise direction.
  7. Enjoy yourself always
::DON’TS::
    1. Don’t disturb wildlife or its habitat.
    2. Don’t buy endangered species or antiques.
    3. Don’t smoke, drink alcohol which is strictly prohibited in public
    4. Don’t talk loudly near sacred places.
    5. Don’t pluck plants or flowers


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