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Dibrugarh - Pasighat - Along - Daporijo - Ziro - Koloriang - Itanagar - Guwahati

12 Nights - 13 Days

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Day 01 Delhi / Kolkata - Dibrugarh

Arrival at Dibrugarh and proceed to hotel for an over night stay.

Overnight at Dibrugarh.

Day 02 Dibrugarh - Pasighat

After breakfast drive to Pasighat . Enroute cross the mighty Brhamaputra river by ferry to reach the road to pasighat and visit Adi ( Minyong) village like Rani. Over night at Hotel.

Overnight at Pasighat.

Day 03 Pasighat - Along

Enroute visit Adi (Minyong ) tribal villages like Yaksi, panging and traditional Bamboo Hanging bridge over Sinag river. Afternoon visit museum and sale emporium. Over night stay in hotel at Along.

Overnight at Along.

Day 04 Along

Full day explore the Adi ( Galo) tribal villages at Kabu, Jirdan and kayin. In Kabu village visit traditional Cane Hanging Bridge. Evening visit local market. Over night at hotel.

 

Overnight at Along.

Day 05 Along - Daporjo

Enroute visit Adi ( Galo) and Tagin Tribal village . Adi( Galo)built the house on the stone without use the nail. Over night stay in Daporijo in lodge.

Overnight at Daporjo.

Day 06 Daporjo-Ziro

Enroute visit Hill Miri tribal village and Nishi tribal village. Over night in Hotel at Ziro.

Overnight at Ziro.

Day 07 Ziro

Full day explore the Apatani tribal villages at Hong, Hari, Dutta ,Hija and Bamin Michi. Hong is the largest village in the Asia. Evening visit museum and local market. Over night at Hotel.

Overnight at Ziro.

Day 08 Ziro - Koloring

In the morning drive to Koloring. Enroute visit Nishi tribal village at Talo, Deed, Palin and Sangram . Over night in Inspection Bonglow.

Overnight at Koloring.

Day 09 Koloring

Whole day explore the brave Nishi village in the Koloriang. Over night stay in Inspection Bonglow at Koloring.

Overnight at Koloring.

Day 10 Koloring - Itanagar

In the morning drive to Itanagar . Evening visit market. Over night stay at Hotel.

Overnight at Itanagar.

Day 11 Itanagar

In the morning visit the state Museum and Sale emporium and Buddhist Monastery . Post lunch visit the pisctures of the setting of Ganga Lake ( Gekar Sinyi ). Over night in the hotel.

Overnight at Itanagar.

Day 12 Itanagar - Guwahati

After breakfast drive to Guwahati. Over night stay in hotel.

Overnight at Guwahati.

Day 13 Guwahati - onwards

After breakfast check out and transfer to Guwahati apt. to connect flight to onward destination.

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