Charming Northeast


Experience the best sunrise and sunset moments of your life from the beautiful vantage points

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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    Children, Discovery, Family
  • Activity Level Challenging
All about the Charming Northeast.

The land of charismatic beauty, of ruddy mountains and beguiling picturesque charm, of glistening streams and pristine valleys, of the dense green forests and reveling bounteous nature, North- East teeters on the farthest brink of the country.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Transfers
  • Driver
  • Accommodation
  • Sightseeing
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Local transfers
  • Sightseeing
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Dinner
  • Government Taxes/GST/Service Charges
  • Conservation Fee
  • Mineral water on coaches & buses
  • Tips & gratuities for drivers & guides
  • Porterage fees
  • Drinks
  • Waiting or additional transfer fees
  • Personal expenses
  • Anything not mentioned in inclusions
  1. Day 1 Arrival at Bhalukpong

    Upon arrival at the airport/railway station, you would be greeted and transferred to your hotel in Bhalukpong. After checking into the hotel, you can freshen up and relax to get over the travel fatigue. This tour takes you to the connecting force that binds North-East to the rest of India- the Kolia Bhomora Bridge. The Bhomora Bridge situated above the mighty Brahmaputra River has been a major contributor to North-East’s development in terms of its connectivity to other parts of the country.

    This robust mass structure is not just known for its strength but also its beauty which gets illuminated in the red dusky sky (however, photography is not allowed there). Later, the day ends with a comfy stay at the hotel.

  2. Day 2 Dirang: Transfer and Sightseeing

    Kickstart your day with an appetizing meal at the hotel, as now you would be heading towards Dirang. The first place that you would be visiting is Tipi. Tipi is an Orchidarium located on the banks of the river Bharavali, which houses over 7500 orchids. This orchidarium surely mesmerizes each one who takes a look at the finest species of orchids on display.

    After your visit to Tipi, you would be passing by some breathtaking natural landscapes and waterfall, so do keep your camera handy as you can’t afford to miss a shot. Upon arrival in Dirang, you would be checking into the hotel, where a piping hot meal awaits you. Later on, you can freshen up for excursions in the later part of the day.

    This tour then takes you to Apple Nursery, Kiwi Farm, Dzong Fortress which are rare architectural compositions found mainly in Bhutan, and Dirang’s renowned hot water spring. When you are done for the day you would be transferred back to the hotel for a restful overnight stay.

  3. Day 3 Tawang: Transfer and Sightseeing

    Start with a scrumptious meal at the hotel. Later on, you would be visiting some places while on the way to Tawang. The places that you would be visiting include War Cemetery, which is a stupa like structure built in memory of the soldiers of the Indian Army who sacrificed their lives in the Indo-Sino War, and Sella Pass, which is a beautiful mountain pass of religious significance to the Tibetan Buddhists, here one can also indulge in Ice skating in winters.

    Later on, you would be visiting Paradise Lake, Jang Waterfalls, which are a scenic natural charm named after a heroic tale of the 1962 war, and Jaswant Garh which is a memorial built to commemorate the bravery of late Jaswant Singh Rawat. As you are done for the day, you would be transferred to the hotel at Tawang for the overnight stay.

  4. Day 4 Tawang: Sightseeing Tour

    After indulging in a hearty meal at the hotel, get ready as now you would be sighting the real charms of Tawang. Visit Tawang Monastery, which is the largest monastery in India and the second largest in the world, Singsur Ani Gompa, is one of the most beautiful nunneries in Tawang and houses 30 nuns, and the Craft Centre, which provides a sneak peak into the traditional art and culture of the place.

    A recent addition to Arunachal Pradesh tourism is the Tawang Ropeway, wherein one can take a cable car ride and have a look at Tawang from a height of 900 feet

  5. Day 5 Tawang: Sightseeing Tour

    Today brings to you a jam-packed full day excursion. The places that you would be heading towards today are the Bum La Pass, Madhuri Lake or Sangestar Tso Lake, which is named after popular Bollywood actress Madhuri Dixit because it was featured in the movie Koyla.

    Also visit the PTSO Lake, which is a beautiful water body surrounded by breathtaking hills and mountains, and Nagula Lake which is a frozen lake and is a must visit when travelling to Arunachal. The evening brings to you a few hours of leisure, to spend as you like. You can visit the local markets and streets, indulge in some shopping and try the local cuisine. When you want to retire for the night, you would be transferred back to the hotel

  6. Day 6 Bomdila: Sightseeing Tour

    After indulging in a scrumptious meal at the hotel, you will be transferred to Bomdila. While enroute you would be visiting Nuranang Falls and will be checking into the hotel once you reach Bomdila.

    After relishing a delectable lunch at the hotel, you would be heading towards some of the big monasteries of Arunachal like Gontse Gaden Rabgyel Lling Monastery and ThubChog Gatsel Ling Monastery.

    Later on, you would be visiting Bomdila wherein you can capture the panoramic view of the Himalayan ranges and snow clad mountains. In the evening you can visit the local markets and other nearby places.

  7. Day 7 Departure

    After indulging in the delicious meal at the hotel, get ready as now you would be transferred to the gateway of Assam- Guwahati. Upon arrival in Guwahati, you would be dropped at the airport/railway station from where you can board flight/train home with fresh and everlasting memories of your Arunachal Pradesh travel.

Hotel Dolma Chhinkar

Yes, vacationers can definitely customize their Arunachal Pradesh tour or create their own package by contacting their respective tour agent and conveying their specifications.

Arunachal Pradesh is the safest place in North-East and there are fewer instances of crimes with tourists. However, one should adhere to basic precautions such as taking care of personal belongings in crowded areas, not carrying expensive things and not venturing into isolated areas.

Arunachal Pradesh is one destination that still hasn’t been explored much by tourists. Positioned in the north-east corner of India, this destination is blessed with oodles of natural beauty. Moreover, with places like Ziro Valley, Sela Pass, Namdapha National Park, Nuranang Falls, etc, Arunachal Pradesh makes a fantastic tourist hotspot.

While traveling to Arunachal Pradesh one must carry climate-suitable clothing, extra cash, medicines, personal toiletries, and a power bank as well.

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