Exploring the Riches of North East India: A Wildlife and Cultural Odyssey

Feb 24


Chaman Thakur

Chaman Thakur

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Embark on a 13-night, 12-day journey through the vibrant landscapes and cultural tapestries of North East India. This tour offers an immersive experience into the region's wildlife sanctuaries and the diverse heritage of its people. From the bustling streets of Delhi to the serene environs of Kaziranga National Park, and the tribal cultures of Arunachal Pradesh, this itinerary is a blend of adventure, nature, and tradition.

A Glimpse of the Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Delhi

Upon landing at Delhi's international airport,Exploring the Riches of North East India: A Wildlife and Cultural Odyssey Articles guests are welcomed and escorted to their hotel. The afternoon is reserved for a tour that showcases the contrasts between Old and New Delhi, followed by an overnight stay.

Day 2: Delhi to Guwahati - Flight to Assam

After breakfast, travelers fly to Guwahati, where they visit significant sites like the Kamakhya temple and Assam State Museum. The day concludes with an overnight hotel stay.

Day 3: Road Trip to Kaziranga National Park

The journey continues by road to Kaziranga, home to the one-horned rhinoceros. Guests check into a jungle lodge or resort for an overnight stay.

Day 4: Wildlife Safari in Kaziranga

An early morning game viewing session offers a chance to spot rhinos, elephants, tigers, and various migratory birds. After lunch at the resort, the afternoon brings another opportunity for wildlife exploration.

Day 5: Kaziranga to Itanagar

Post-breakfast, the tour proceeds to Itanagar, the capital of Arunachal Pradesh, for an overnight hotel stay.

Day 6: Discovering Itanagar

A full day in Itanagar includes visits to historical sites, a museum, a monastery, and local markets.

Day 7: Itanagar to Ziro

Travelers head to Ziro, stopping at Nishi Tribal Village en route. The day ends with an overnight stay at a local hotel or lodge.

Day 8: Exploring Ziro

Sightseeing in Ziro features Apatani Villages, Tarin Fish Farm, and a museum, capped off with a folk dance performance in the evening.

Day 9: Ziro to Daporijo

The itinerary leads to Daporijo, with visits to tribal villages along the way and an overnight hotel stay.

Day 10: Daporijo to Along

The journey to Along includes interactions with local villagers and visits to a museum and handicraft emporium.

Day 11: Along to Pasighat

After breakfast, the tour heads to Pasighat for more cultural experiences and an overnight stay.

Day 12: Pasighat to Dibrugarh

The day begins with a Brahmaputra River crossing at Rani Ghat, followed by a road trip to Dibrugarh for sightseeing and an overnight stay.

Day 13: Departure from Dibrugarh

Guests are transferred to the airport for their onward flights, with connections available to Delhi, Guwahati, and Kolkata.

Unique Aspects of North East India Tours

North East India tours offer a unique blend of biodiversity and cultural heritage. Kaziranga National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is renowned for its successful conservation of the one-horned rhinoceros. According to the Kaziranga National Park authorities, the park houses two-thirds of the world's great one-horned rhinoceroses, with a population of 2,413 individuals as of 2018 (Kaziranga National Park).

The cultural aspect of the tour is equally fascinating, with visits to tribal villages providing insights into the lives of indigenous communities such as the Apatani in Ziro and the Nishi in Arunachal Pradesh. These communities are known for their sustainable agricultural practices and unique cultural traditions, which are often overlooked in mainstream tourism narratives.

For more information and to book this enriching experience, please contact:

Mr. Chaman Thakur DISCOVERY FULL CIRCLE TOURS 227, Plot No. 3, Vardhman Dwarka Deesh Sector 10, Main Market Dwarka, New Delhi - 110 075 (India) Phone: +91 11 65646595 Cell: +91 9811552453 Telefax: +91 11 28083543 Email: mktg@discoveryfullcircle.com, tours@dfcindiaholiday.com

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