JULY 2019

India’s wildest and unexplored state, Arunachal Pradesh appears as a patch of giant green on the map! Arunachal, meaning Land of Dawn-Lit Mountains, rises beautifully from the plains of Assam with steep & dense forested hills finally ending in snow-capped peaks along the tibetan border. It brings the promise of adventurous journeys to distant mountain valleys and villages and rendezvous with 26 indigenous tribal peoples. 


Visiting Arunachal Pradesh is a slow travel experience and we have put together an itinerary that will appeal to a discerning globe-trotter.

Please note that the tourism infrastructure such as hotels or homestays are limited and is yet to reach many areas. Travel to Arunachal is far beyond ant standard tourist trails.


Day 01 Dibrugarh – Pasighat. 3 hrs Arrive at Dibrugarh airport then drive to Pasighat in the foothills of Siang valley.
Overnight at Aborcountry River Camp.

Day 02 Pasighat. Day trek to remote village of Pongging. Raft back to the the River camp in an hour long trip down
the Siang river.

Day 03 Along – Pasighat. 4 hrs Drive along the Siang river to Along in West Siang district. Cross a traditional
hanging bridge across the Siang river. Overnight at Reyi homestay.

Day 04 Along .Visits around along including Gallo and Minyong villages.

Day 05 Along – Damroh. 6 hrs Drive further up the Siang valley on last of the non touristic route then cross over to
upper Siang. Visit tribal villages along the way. Overnight at Yamne Abor eco lodge.

Day 06 Damroh – Pasighat. 3 hrs Early morning hike to see the longest hanging bridge in the region as in Sanjay
Kak’s documentary “In the Forest Hangs a bridge.” After breakfast visit to Damroh and Pasi villages the drive on to

Day 07 Pasighat – Ziro. 7 hrs To the Apatani valley.

Day 08 Ziro. Full day Ziro valley discovery. Visit villages and interact with tribals.

Day 09 Ziro – Balipara.7 hrs Drive down to the plains of Assam. Check in to the comfort of Wild Mahseer, a 100
years old tea plantation now a luxury resort.

Day 10 Balipara – Dirang. 7 hrs To the mountains! Dirang is one of the prettiest valley in the region. Blessed with
temperate climate the place is a haven for furit lovers, with orange, Kiwi, apple, peach parcemon etc.

Day 11 Dirang. Visit Chug and Sangti valley then visit to the fortified village of Thembang losted to be a UNESCO
World heritage site.

Day 12 Dirang –Tawang. 7 hrs Cross Sela pass at 14000ft and arrive at Tawang late afternoon.

Day 13 Tawang. Visit the 400 years old monastery followed by Ane Gompa (Nunnery) the Urgeyling the birth place
of the 6 th Dalai Lama.

Day 14 Tawang – Bomdila. 7 hrs Drive to Bomdila . Visit to the local market on arrival.

Day 15 Bomdila – Guahati. 7hrs Overnight at Taj Vivanta.

Day 16 Guahati – Delhi. Fly out to Delhi