Itanagar Ziro Daporijo Aalo Pasighat Dibrugarh (North East India) Tour 8N 9D

Itinerary Code : M2A-NE-89
Places Covered : Guwahati - Itanagar - Ziro Village - Daporijo - Along/ Aalo - Pashighat - Dibrugarh
Duration : 8 Nights / 9 Days

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Itinerary Gist : Guwahati / Guwahati Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport (GAU) / Guwahati Railway Station (GHY) - Itanagar (01 NIght) - Ziro (02 Ziro) - Daporijo (01 Night) - Aalo / Along (02 Nights) - Pasighat (01 Night) - Dibrugarh (01 Night) - Dibrugarh Airport (DIB) at Mohanbari

Day 1 Arrival at Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport (GAU) / Guwahati Railway Station (GHY) and Transfer to Itanagar - Meet & Greet on arrival at Guwahati airport - It is well connected by road and is approximately 350 Kilomters i.e. 07 - 08 hours drive - Itanagar is the capital of the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh - Itanagar is situated at the foothills of Himalayas - Available is helicopter service between Guwahati and Naharlagun (Itanagar) and Nearest railway station is Naharlagun - Interesting places around are historical fort called Ita-fort which dates back to the 15th century - Legendary Ganga Lake or GyakarSinyi, the new Buddhist temple known as Buddha Vihar and the Tribal Museum - Check in to Hotel - Overnight Stay at Itanagar

Day 2 Itanagar to Ziro in Arunachal Pradesh - Early morning breakfast - Transfer to Ziro - Drive approximately 140 kilometers i.e. 04 hours to 05 hours drive - Ziro is a small town of Arunachal Pradesh at an elevation of nearly 5754 feet and is one of the most famous hill station in the state - It comprises the original Ziro village and the new Zero town (Hapoli) - The distance between these two places is 05 kilometers - There is the well knownTalle Sanctuary - It is well known for Apatani Tribe, which is found in this region - Also known as the land of Apatanis - Also famous for the conservation and Paddy - cum - Fish culture which is unique amongst the Arunachal tribals - On the way explore Nishi Tribal Villages - Check in Hotel - Evening free to stroll around the market area - Overnight stay at Ziro

Day 3 Ziro Village Tour - After breakfast visit Hong village – one of the largest tribal village in Asia - Later visit other ethnic villages - Explore the tribal villages inhabited by Apatani tribal people – Apatani, like other tribes of the state also believe in sun and the moon as a god and have traditional altar in there home made up of Bamboo and Cane the main inhabitant of Ziro area - Uniqueness of Apatani tribe is tatooing on women face and its nose plug - Five small rivulets namely Subansiri, Nishi, Apatani, Dafala and Miri flow nearby and few peaks also; one is the Salin peak on the old Apatani trade route to North Lakhimpur - KilePakho, one of the high mountain ridge is just 7 kilometers from Ziro and is rich in biological diversity with flora and fauna - There is a Handicraft Centre - Evening free to stroll around the market area - Overnight at Ziro

Day 4 Transfer from Ziro to Daporijo in Arunachal Pradesh - Early morning breakfast – Next drive to Daporijo approximately 180 kilometers and a drive of 6 ½ hours to 7 hours - On the way visit Tagin villages on the way - Tagins and Hill Miris are the major tribe of this area - Daporijo is a town in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh situated at an elevation of 600 meters- Daporijo is headquarters of Upper Subansiri District, which is home land of four ethnic groups i.e. Galo, Tagin, Hillmiri and Nah tribes - And of different belief background viz. Christianity, DonyiPoloism and Animism - Other attraction is Dumporijo town and is just 13 kilometers away from Daporijo towards Basar- Likabali road known for Galo and Tagin ethnic peoples - Evening free to stroll around the market area - Overnight stay at Daporijo

Day 5 Transfer from Daporijo to Aalo in Arunachal Pradesh - Early morning breakfast - Next drive to Aalo - It is approximately 165 Kilometers and is nearly 06 hours drive – Land of Adi & Adi Gallonng People - Aalo is a town and headquarter of the West Siang district of the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh - Mopin is the main festival starts from 5 April to 6 April, people celebrate Mopin for rich crops cultivation and to blessed by nature. The Yomgo River Festival, held every year during peak tourist season, and lasting 3–4 days, is celebrated from 11 January to 15 January - This festival is celebrated with a view to promote tourism, indigenous culture and tradition, handloom & handicrafts and showcase its rich cultural heritage - Evening free to stroll around the market area - Overnight stay at Aalo

Day 6 Aalo Excursion & Activities - Full day at Along exploring Adi villages - It is situated near Assam’s border - The valley is picturesque surrounded by mountains with rivers flowing through them - The place has various attractions like Kane Wildlife Sanctuary, which is situated here, houses wild species such as elephants and deer - The Hanging Bridge on River Siang is made of cane and bamboo - One would go river rafting and trekking if you are keen to have some activity to challenge your physical ability - Evening free to stroll around the market area - Overnight stay at Aalo

Day 7 Transfer from Aalo / Along to Pasighat in Arunachal Pradesh - Early morning breakfast - Next drive approximately 150 kilometers i.e. its a drive of nearly 05 hours - Named the gateway to Arunachal Pradesh, this is the oldest town of the state - It is located on the banks of Siang River at an elevation of 155 meters - The place is blessed with the kindness of nature and offers mesmerising views - The majestic river Brahmaputra flows to this place from Tibet - Pangin and DayingEring Wildlife Sanctuary are two top attractions here - Land of Pasi & Minniyiong Tribe - Enroute enjoy the great view of Great Siang &Siyom confluence – The origin of Great river Brahmaputra - Visit Minnyiong villages - Evening free to stroll around the market area - Overnight stay at Hotel in Pasighat

Day 8 Transfer from Pasighat to Dibrugarh in Assam - Early morning breakfast - Either by road but exciting is by crossing the river Brahmaputra by country boat - Its 05 - 06 hours of sailing - Next drive to Dibrugarh - Option (and a more interesting one) is from Oiramghat in Pasighat to Mohanbari (Dibrugarh) by ferry across the Brahmaputra - Dibrugarh is a city well known as the Tea City of India - Cheerful and clement Dibrugarh, Assam’s original tea city, usefully closes a loop between Kaziranga National Park and the Ziro–Along–Pasighat route in Arunachal Pradesh. It is also the terminus (or starting point) for the fascinating ferry ride along the Brahmaputra River to Pasighat - There is Digboi, 50 miles / 80 kilometers from Dibrugarh, that the first oil well was dug during the British era - Evening free to stroll around the market area - Overnight stay at Hotel in Dibrugarh

Day 9 Departure from Dibrugarh - Early Morning breakfast - Watch how tea leaves are plucked and you can also try plucking tea - Know about the process of tea manufacturing by visiting a Tea Factory - Thereafter transfer to airport There are many options to travel from Dibrugarh - Best is air transfer from Dibrugarh to Guwahati, Delhi or Kolkata with direct flight - One can also travel by road from Dibrugarh to Guwahati - It is approximately 480 kilometers and is 08 hours to 09 hours drive - There are 12 Trains running between Guwahati and Dibrugarh - From Mohanbari airport, 16 kilometers northeast of Dibrugarh and 4 kilometers off the Tinsukia road, Air India and Jet Airways fly to Guwahati, Kolkata and Delhi, while IndiGo flies to Guwahati - Forwarding Journey

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