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North East Tribes

13 Nights & 14 Days

Overview

The Northeastern region of India is one of the most vibrant and rich, with overtones of diverse dressing, food and traditions. Each district is unique in language and history, making the travel here extremely interesting. Add to that the unique biodiversity of the region, and the trip is suitable for all interest types. In this trip, we take you through the rich culture of the various tribes in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh.

Top Places

Kolkata | Jorhat | Majuli | Sivasagar – Dibrugarh | Wakro | Roing | Tinsukia | Digboi – Dibrugarh | Kolkata

Highlights

Mishing | Mishmis | Khamptis | Singpho tribes



Kolkata / Day 1 - 2

Arrive in Kolkata. Spend the day sightseeing various places like the Howrah Bridge, Victoria Memorial, Kali Ghat Temple, Botanical Gardens, flower market, St. Paul’s Cathedral Church and Mother Teresa’s House. The day is spent getting oriented to the culturally rich city of Kolkata.
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Jorhat / Day 3

Fly to the city of Jorhat in Assam. On arrival transfer to Heritage Thengal Manor. Afternoon, take a walk around Jalukonibari village (Assamese village). A Colonial Style Manor “Thengal Manor” is located at a distance of 8 miles from Jorhat Town. The land area is 6 hectares. Thengal is a 72 year old mansion and […]
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Majuli / Day 4

After breakfast we drive to Neematighat (20 Kms / 40 mins) for ferry crossing (1 hr downstream boat cruise- the time depends upon the water level of the river) to Majuli – the largest inhabited river island in the world and famous for the Vaishnavite Satras or monasteries (Kamalabari Satra, Auniati Satra, Benganti satra, and […]
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Sivasagar – Dibrugarh / Day 5

After breakfast ferry across to Neematighat and later drive to Dibrugarh (145 kms/ 03 ½ hrs). Enroute we visit the Ahom monuments and temples at Sivasagar which encompass the 600 year old history of the Ahom Dynasty. Check in at Heritage Chang Bungalow for 02 nights. Evening enjoy a dance performance by an ethnic dance […]
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Wakro / Day 6 - 7

After breakfast drive to Wakro (190 kms / 4 hrs). Enroute visit Empong Village to see the Khampti tribes and also visit the Buddhist Gompa. Check in at Purvi’s Mishmi Retreat, Wakro.  Khamptis are one of the major tribal inhabitants of the Lohit District. They are deeply influenced by Buddhist ethics and morality. The Khamptis […]
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Roing / Day 8 - 9

After breakfast drive to Roing (160 kms/ 5 hrs) in the Debang valley of Arunachal Pradesh crossing the Lohit River at Digaru. Enroute visit Parasuramkund- a pilgrimage site where thousands of pilgrims come every year during Makar Sankranti to take a holy dip in the river. Roing rises from the Himalayan foothills to the middle […]
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Tinsukia / Day 10 - 11

After breakfast drive to Tinsukia (120 kms/4 hrs) including ferry crossing. First we drive 02 hrs to reach Sadiya Ghat to board a ferry cruise (01 hr) on the headwaters of Brahmaputra river to reach Soikhowaghat. From Soikhowaghat we drive 01 hr to reach Tinsukia. Check in at Wathai Heritage Bungalow, Limbuguri Tea Estate for […]
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Digboi – Dibrugarh / Day 12

Post breakfast we drive to Digboi (45 kms / 01 hr), the first oil town of South Asia. Visit the Oil Museum and the 2nd World War Allied Forces Cemetery where 200 graves are permanently maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Thereafter drive to Margherita (20 kms / 30 mins) and visit the Singpho […]
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Kolkata / Day 13 - 14

In the morning transfer to Dibrugarh airport to board flight to Kolkata. Time permitting opt to take a tea plantation tour before flying out. Overnight in the hotel. Onward flight.
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