Exploring the Uncharted Arunachal

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7 days
Namsai-Changlang-Dibang Valley

Set out on a journey to meet Arunachal Pradesh’s indigenous tribes, and immerse yourself in its diverse cultural fabric

Engage with the indigenous tribes of Changlang and Namsai Region and delve into their local lifestyle

Why this experience is unique?

  • World’s rarest animals
  • Meet the local weavers and artisans
  • Flavorful traditional cuisine
  • Tea Estates and Folk Experience
Experience Details

Embark on an unforgettable expedition through the enchanting realms of Arunachal Pradesh. Each destination is a treasure trove of history, culture, and natural splendor, offering an immersive experience for intrepid travelers. Namsai, renowned for the majestic Golden Pagoda, invites visitors to delve into its serene ambiance, steeped in Buddhist heritage and spirituality.

Moving on to Namdapha, a sanctuary for wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers, this national park brims with diverse flora and fauna, inviting exploration through thrilling treks and wildlife sightings.

Roing, nestled amidst verdant landscapes, embraces travelers with its ancient Bhishmaknagar Fort and the tranquil allure of Sally Lake, encapsulating the region’s historical essence and serene beauty. It reveals the charming essence of Arunachal Pradesh’s Mishmi Hills, offering cultural insights and scenic vistas that captivate the adventurous spirit. Whether trekking through lush terrains, engaging with local tribes, or simply soaking in the tranquil beauty, this journey promises an immersive experience into Arunachal’s vibrant tapestry of history, culture, and breathtaking landscapes.

Your Day by Day Journey
Day 1 and 2: Sight-seeing around Dibrugarh
  • Arrive at Dibrugarh
  • Stay alongside the tea estates
  • Immerse in unique experiences in the town

Day 1Arrival at Dibrugarh

We will pick you up from the Dibrugarh airport and transfer you to a boutique homestay. We will keep this day light so that you rest well and gear up for coming days. In the evening, spend some peaceful moments at Bogi Beel, India’s longest rail-cum road bridge, watching the sun disappearing in the Brahmaputra River while sipping tea on a boat.

Day 2Travel to Namsai

After breakfast, we will leave for Namsai which is approximately 3 hours journey from Dibrugarh. You will have traditional Tai Khampti Cuisine for lunch at Boathouse Café. In the evening, visit one of the most important Buddhist Temple in the area Kongmu Kham also known as Golden Pagoda built in Burmese architectural style. Located in the foothills of eastern Himalayas of Patkai Range Golden Pagoda is also known as ‘Little Burma of India’.

Day 3Drive to Miao: Gateway to Namdapha National Park

Post breakfast, you will leave for Miao Village which is the base hub for travelers visiting Namdapha National Park. On the way, make a short visit to the Empong Village also known as sleepy village. Witness the centuries-old culture preserved in the Vihara that is said to be the miracle place. A three hour journey from Empong will take you the most exotic bio-diversity hotspots in Eastern Himalayas, Namdapha. Spend your evening with the local family at Chakma Village exchanging stories and culture over scrumptious dinner.

Day 4 and 5: Enroute to the most northerly rain forest on the planet
  • Last village before Namdapha National Park
  • Visit 100-years old Tibetan Settlement
  • Meet the basket weavers and local artisans

Day 4Wildlife trails of Namdapha National Park

Post breakfast in your homestay at Namdapha, you will be meeting the local basket weaver in the village. From watching them closely to making your own small bamboo baskets while sipping tea will be the highlight of the day. Namdapha offers beautiful, scenic views along with hike along the small trails while capturing the most unique birds and wildlife. It is the only national park in the world to have the four feline (cat related) species of big cats; Tiger and 3 kinds of leopards. Stay at the edge of the National Park at Chakma Village.

Day 5On your way to Dibang Valley - Roing

Wake up to a mountain view and enjoy your breakfast. Post breakfast, depart towards the Dibang Valley, which will be a long journey of five hours. Enroute Roing you will take a pitstop at Bhismaknagar Village, famous for it’s fort which was once political Capital of Chutia Kingdom. Visit Riwatch museum, an initiative put together to preserve the centuries-old artefacts and heritage of Arunachal Tribes intact. One of the prominent settlements in the area is Idu Mishmi Tribe. They speak and Tibeto-Burma language and belong to the mongoloid race. In the evening, explore the local cafes in the area and try some fusion delicacies. Stay in a boutique homestay.

Day 6 to 8: Embark on a journey to wilderness and local experiences
  • Spot the Local Wildlife
  • Visit the Sally Lake
  • Evening in Roing's cozy cafes

Day 6Be a part of Idu Mishmi Tribe hospitality and lifestyle

Located right between Dibang Valley Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary is home to one of the most beautiful lakes and rare species. You will visit Sally Lake not so far from the main town bot surrounded by dense green forest which is also the home to the different kinds of fishes. Immerse yourself in the nature and spend some quality time at the Sanctuary. Stay at a comfortable homestay at Roing Town and experience the Idu Mishmi Tribe hospitality with local family. In the evening eat food straight from farm to table at your homestay.

Day 7On your way back to Tinsukia

Tinsukia lies at the border of Assam and Arunachal, making it a perfect spot to end your trip and soak in all the experiences you have had. Post breakfast, the journey from Roing via Dhaula Sadiya Bridge, the longest village over water will lead you to Tinsukia. In the evening, stroll around the tea estates and be a part of the Baghaniya community cultural dance – Jhumur. Stay in a traditional Assamese homestay and enjoy the traditional cuisine.

Day 8Departure

After a refreshing stay in Tinsukia Homestay, wake up early and head for Maguri Beel, the most beautiful site in upper Assam. Buckle yourself up for an hour ride on a small boat with the local fisherman. Embrace the beauty when it’s added with pink water lilies floating on water and the boat rides through them. If you are keen birder, this is the haven for witnessing the unique birds migrated from central Asia and different parts of the world. Post breakfast, depart for airport and fly back to your destination.

What it includes?

– All nights in comfortable local homestays or hotels
– Responsible Traveller’s Kit
– Breakfast & Dinner – Traditional Assamese and Tribal Cuisine
– Boat rides and guide
– Entrance Fees for Monuments and National Parks
– All transportation in the destination location

What it excludes?

– Air fare
– Travel visa and insurance
– Bottled water
– Room service
– Any private expenses
– Any travel beyond itinerary
– Lunch

Is this Experience right for you?

Are you travelling because you need some time away from your urban life? Does living a village life in the mud house in the mountains excite you? Are you ready to truly live the local lifestyle? If your answer is yes, take up this experience that will transport you to a different world. You might not get the internet here but you will also not feel the need for it as you will be busy exploring the unique sites, mountain views, and village life. The luxury here is living at the beautiful mountain destination, getting freshly cooked organic food at every meal, and having happy locals offering their warm hospitality.

Hear from communities

  • Guests like to eat our Ladakhi food. They say it is delicious, even when it is prepared by an elderly ama (mother) like me. I always make sure I serve them the cleanest and healthiest food. My husband is a copper artist. When guests leave us, they say ‘Julley’, and hug us. It makes us feel happy.

    Tsering Dolkar
    Mountain Homestay Host
  • I became a Mountain Homestay Host in 2018, and I have hosted many travellers since then. Running a homestay has helped me and my family a lot. Not only is the solar set up in our house useful for us, but even travellers prefer to stay in our homestay because of it.

    Rigzin Dolkar
    Mountain Homestay Host
  • The training we got in astronomy turned out to be a life-changing experience for our village. I felt happy and proud while mapping the position of the planets and sharing the secrets of the universe with the tourists. Tourists told me that even they didn’t know so much about the dark skies!

    Tsewang Dorjey
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