Arunachal Pradesh 9 Nights/ 10 Days package
OVERVIEW Assam- Guwahati- Tawang Dirang, Kaziranga, Nameri, Dombila Arunachal Pradesh, the Land of the Rising Sun, is a mainstream traveller Read more…
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This is a prefixed itinerary plan its depends upon the final email quotation.
Arrival at Guwahati
Our Travel Magica representative will welcome you at Guwahati Airport/Guwahati Railway Station - We drive straight to our lodging and unwind for some time with light refreshments - Then we go for a half day touring in Guwahati or Brahmaputra River Cruise - Evening allowed to walk around the region/Market - Night remains at the hotel.
Today after an early breakfast early in the day, we will drive towards Bomdila. On arrival check in at the hotel in Bomdila for an overnight stay.
Bomdila- Sightseeing- Tawang
Toward the beginning of the day after breakfast, we will continue for touring of Bomdila. Afterwards, we will drive to Tawang ad visit sightseeing in Bomdila like:- Sessa Orchid Sanctuary, Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary, Dirang Valley, Bomdila Monastery, Apple Orchards, Bomdila View Point, R.R. Hill.Afterwards, we will drive to Tawang. Appreciate an overnight remain at the inn in Tawang.
After breakfast toward the beginning of the day, we will continue for the neighbourhood touring visit in Tawang and local sightseeing is Sela Pass, Tawang Monastery, Tawang War Memorial, Jaswant Garh, Bumla pass, Pangang Teng Tso Lake, Shonga-user Lake The night is free at recreation for shopping. Take the joy of an overnight remain at in Tawang.
Tawang - Dirang
Early in the day after breakfast, we will drive to Dirang (140Km/6hrs). On landing, we will continue for the local sightseeing visit in Dirang. Afterwards, check in at the lodging for an overnight remain.
Dirang Sightseeing - Nameri National Park
After breakfast toward the beginning of the day, we will continue for the nearby sightseeing in Dirang and later drive straight to Nameri Eco Camp (170/6Hrs). Appreciate a night remain at the camp in Nameri.
Nameri Kaziranga National Park
Today at early morning toward the beginning of the day, we will leave to take the joy of the elephant ride at the Kaziranga National Park. The real fascination of this national stop is an expansive decent variety of untamed life excellence. The main wealth trove of Kaziranga is tremendous one horned Rhinoceros, however, it is additionally a house to different types of verdure and Fauna, for example, elephants, wild Asiatic water bison, overwhelm deer, hoard deer, gaur, sambar, Indian Muntjac and some more. Kaziranga is likewise recognized as a noteworthy Bird life watching purpose of winged animal life.
After an astonishing elephant ride, we will return back to the resort for breakfast. From that point, we will continue for a Jeep Safari in the National Park. The night is free at recreation for seeing the normal magnificence of the place. Appreciate an overnight remain at the resort in Kaziranga.
Kaziranga National Park- Guwahati
Early in the day, we will drive to Guwahati (220km/5Hrs.) On achieving, check in at the hotel. The night is free at recreation for shopping. An overnight remains at the lodging in Guwahati.
We will visit the temple tour in the morning on last day of the tour. We will visit the Maa Kamakhya Temple, Narbagraha temple and Ankleshwar Temple. Afterwards, we will proceed to Guwahati Airport/ Railway Station to catch the flight or board the train for onward
- Settlement in Villa or 3* Hotels/Similar.
- Deluxe live with complimentary administrations.
- Complimentary breakfast.
- 2 Nights Accommodation in Guwahati.
- 1 Nights Accommodation in Bomdila.
- 2 Nights Accommodation in Tawang.
- 1 Nights Accommodation in Dirang.
- 1 Nights Accommodation in Nameri.
- 2 Nights Accommodation in Kaziranga.
- Pickup and Drop from Airport/Railway Station.
- Touring Tour by Swift Dzire/Indigo or Similar according to the schedule.
- Complimentary endowments included according to the arrangement. – Optional
- Visit manage (Games and Activity Planner) included according to the arrangement. – Optional.
- This is a prefix bundle, Exclusion relies on the last email quotation.
- Any cost happened because of exigencies.
- Travel Insurance and Gov. charges.
- Landmark visit charge or any passage expense or Camera charges.
- Any individual costs, clothing, shopping, tips and so on.
- Air and Train admission.
- Club passage and blaze or gatherings are liable to accessibility.
- Warmer Charges every night.
- Any enterprise exercises.
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The region is not easy to visit independently. Tourism here is low-scale with lack of options for transportation, hotels and infrastructure. Some states require special permits that are hard to get for solo travellers. It is recommended to use a local tour operator. This not only makes the travel smooth but also helps in understanding the region and its vast array of cultures in a deeper level. Tour guides are very important as communication becomes a problem as languages are spoken are way numerous.
With recent initiatives by the government to relax the regulations of traveling in the region, tourism has seen a sustainable growth and access to the region has become easier. But one should check the latest updates.
All states require a valid Indian visa. There are different permit rules for Indians and foreigners in some states. No permits are required to visit the states of Assam, Meghalaya and Tripura for either Indians or foreigners.
Foreigners only need a special permit called Protected Area Permit (PAP) to visit Arunachal Pradesh which is provided for maximum 30 days and for a minimum of 2 persons. They are free to travel in Manipur, Mizoram and Nagaland but are required to check-in at the local police station or the FFRO office.
Indians need a special permit called Inner Line Permit (ILP) to visit Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Mizoram and Nagaland. These can be obtained from the respective state House or government offices located at important centres across India.
It can be wise to involve a tour operator to get the permits if one wants to skip the hassles of official work or if one wants to travel independently in the state such as Arunachal Pradesh.
The best time to visit Northeast India is during the northern winters from November to March. Days hours are then warm and sunny making the season ideal for exploring the outdoors, while nights remain cold.
The rains start as early as April and end around October, peaking in the summer monsoon months from June to September. Travel during these months become difficult as landslides and floods are a threat. Though with careful planing, traveling in these months can be rewarding with lush green landscapes and beautiful dramatic skies. The climate during these months is generally quite hot and humid, though regular rains provide relief.
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