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Cycling tour of North East India – 11N/12Days

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05Nights/06Days
India
North East India
Holiday information

 Durban-A small settlement on the edge of Nandafa National Park. Here, you will stop at a former forest camp on the banks of the Noah Dichen River. Nandafa is the largest protected area in Asia, with lush flora and fauna. Here, we have the opportunity to walk through the park on forest trails, and take short hikes with naturalists to watch birds.This is a great opportunity to see the rogue gibbon (the only monkey in India) and various hornbills. If you want, you can go to the nearby Chakma Village at night. The Chakma tribe are indigenous refugees in the area. Buddhists believe that the Chakma people have been expelled from Myanmar and Bangladesh, but were actually granted refugee status in India only recently. Activities: cycling/hiking/bird watching/visiting the city.

Northeast Indian Ocean route:-Arrive at Dibrugarh Airport, our representative will pick you up here, and then drive to Roing (155km / 5 hours). The journey will be pleasant when you cross the green tea plantations and Assam countryside. Take a motorboat to Lohit and arrive at Roing in the afternoon. 

Destination / Country Name :

Dibrugarh, Deban, Dibang Valley, Tengapani

Place of Origin

Ex. Dibrugarh

 

 

Holiday Type (Tagging)

Family Tour, Walking Tour, Heritage Tour, Honeymoon Tour

No of Nights

11

Activities

 #walking  #Cycling

Accommodation type

Standard

Meals

Continental Breakfast

Yarlung Zangbo Valley and its main attributes are located in the west. This is the territory of Idu Mishmi, a tribe that extends between this end of Arunachala and the southwestern border of China, and may be one of the smallest linguistic groups in the region.Idu, who is usually animist, worships nature and speaks a language on the list of endangered languages.

Tengapani Today, you will drive through the Brahmaputra Basin to Tengapani (meaning “acidic water”) which is 65 kilometers on the other side of the Lohit River.This area is the center of Hamti, who migrated from Myanmar to the fertile Lohit Plain. Until the 1980s, due to the boom in the timber trade, the region had some of the richest villages in Asia. Logging has been banned since the 1980s, but authorization and control operations are still in progress.Central Buddhism believes in neighboring countries in Southeast Asia.

 Go back to the starting point of Kamlang Road, get in the car, and then drive to the Namdafa Wildlife Sanctuary (Namdafa Wildlife Sanctuary). In fact, this journey will take young people through two lush nature reserves, namely Kamlang and Namdafa. Activities

Itinerary

Day 1

Day 1: Northeast Indian Ocean route:-Arrive at Dibrugarh Airport, our representative will pick you up here, and then drive to Roing (155km / 5 hours). The journey will be pleasant when you cross the green tea plantations and Assam countryside. Take a motorboat to Lohit and arrive at Roing in the afternoon.

Day 2

Day 2:-Roing is the center of the Lower Dibang Valley in Arunachal Pradesh. A small town at the easternmost foot of the Himalayas. It is a land of densely forested hills that extends to the north and east of China, while the mighty Yarlung Zangbo Valley and its main attributes are located in the west. This is the territory of Idu Mishmi, a tribe that extends between this end of Arunachala and the southwestern border of China, and may be one of the smallest linguistic groups in the region.Idu, who is usually animist, worships nature and speaks a language on the list of endangered languages. In Roing, you can cycle through various villages here and visit some of the houses I have visited. Activity: Cycling -40 km/visiting the village

 

Day 3 - 4

Tengapani Today, you will drive through the Brahmaputra Basin to Tengapani (meaning “acidic water”) which is 65 kilometers on the other side of the Lohit River.This area is the center of Hamti, who migrated from Myanmar to the fertile Lohit Plain. Until the 1980s, due to the boom in the timber trade, the region had some of the richest villages in Asia. Logging has been banned since the 1980s, but authorization and control operations are still in progress.Central Buddhism believes in neighboring countries in Southeast Asia. Pay attention to the incredible delicacies. The hostess of Khamti can infuse the aroma of local herbs and ancient secret recipes to create magic on your dining table. The road is clear and in good condition. There will be several rivers and a ferry to Tengapani.

Day 5

Visit various Buddhist villages in the areaIn Wakro, you can explore the local organic tea plantations by bicycle. Bewildered overnight. Activities: Cycling -50 km/s/visit the Chowkham Buddhist Temple.

Day 6 -7

Luminous Lake. The walking phase starts here. In the depths of the folds of the Mishmi hills.The return time from the lake to Durban is shorter than the summit. 

 

Day 8

 Go back to the starting point of Kamlang Road, get in the car, and then drive to the Namdafa Wildlife Sanctuary (Namdafa Wildlife Sanctuary). In fact, this journey will take young people through two lush nature reserves, namely Kamlang and Namdafa. Activities: walking -9 kilometers / driving-50 kilometers (2 hours)

Day 9

Durban Durban-A small settlement on the edge of Nandafa National Park. Here, you will stop at a former forest camp on the banks of the Noah Dichen River. Nandafa is the largest protected area in Asia, with lush flora and fauna. Here, we have the opportunity to walk through the park on forest trails, and take short hikes with naturalists to watch birds.This is a great opportunity to see the rogue gibbon (the only monkey in India) and various hornbills. If you want, you can go to the nearby Chakma Village at night. The Chakma tribe are indigenous refugees in the area. Buddhists believe that the Chakma people have been expelled from Myanmar and Bangladesh, but were actually granted refugee status in India only recently. Activities: cycling/hiking/bird watching/visiting the city.

 

Day 10

 Deban to Miao This day will be spent biking along Chakma villages till the township of Miao. One will notice the villagers going about their daily chores. This is a beautiful day of biking with a river crossing added to the fun. Once at Miao check in to a guest house, have lunch and if visit the nearby Tibetan Refugee Centre. Activity: Bike – 35kms/ Tibetan Refugee Centre visit.

Day 11

Miao to Dibrugarh On this last day leave Miao early and head out to Dibrugarh. This drive is through the coal, oil and tea belt of Assam. Here stay at a colonial era Tea Plantation Managers’ Bungalow. This distance of 150Kms is covered in about 4 to 5 hours. Transfer Distance: 150Km/ 4 to 5 hrs

Day 12

Drive to Dibrugarh airport and catch your flight for your onward journey home.

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Inclusions/Exclusions

COST INCLUDES :

  1.       Breakfast at all places and Meals as per described on the Itinerary
  2.       Accommodation on Twin Sharing basis at the Hotels mentioned or Similar
  3.       Sightseeing as per Itinerary.
  4.       All Currently applicable taxes.
    •         Tourist visa support
    •         Overseas Mediclaim

    Exclusions for all tours

    •         Air Fare / Train fare with taxes until specified in the Cost Inclusions.
    •         COVID test costs, if required by the destination of your visit.
    •         Vehicles quoted in the package will only cover Sightseeing / Places as mentioned in the itinerary and is not at Disposal, until specified. Extra usage of vehicle other than sightseeing mentioned in the Inclusion, will be charged extra.
    •         Travel Insurance and Meals other than those not specified in the above “cost includes”.
    •         Any expenses of Personal nature such as Mini bar items, Optional Tours, laundry, telephone calls, tips & gratuity, mineral water, soft & hard drinks, rafting, rock climbing, paragliding, joy ride (Toy Train), portage etc not forming the part of the given itinerary.
    •         Entrance Fees & Guide charges, until not included in “Cost Includes”.
    •         Any cost arising due to natural calamities such as, landslides, road blockage, political disturbances (strikes), flight delays, on tour changes etc (to be borne by the client, which is directly payable on the spot).
    •         Any increase in taxes or fuel price OR seasonal surcharges (due to festival / events at the place of visit), leading to increase in cost on surface transportation & land arrangements, which may come into effect prior to departure. 
    •         Any on-tour changes / last minute changes while on tour, will be charged extra. Applicable cancellations will be levied in case of last minute cancellations as per hotel policy.
    •         5.00% Govt. Service Tax
    •         5.00% TCS as applicable (as per Government Regulations)
    •         Anything which is not mentioned in Cost Inclusions.

     

    MANDATORY NOTE for all tours

    Valid for Group Travel on a Minimum 20Adults Travelling together

    Preferable time of Travel : As highlighted under respective tour

 

Documentation

 

Request you to carry a valid Government approved photo ID to produce it at the time of check – in :- For Indian Residents — Voters ID, Aadhar Card or Passport and For Foreigners & Non-Resident Indians: Passport (MANDATORY) and OCI / PIO

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