Welcome to the land of mystic mountains, serene lakes, and vibrant tribal cultures - Arunachal Pradesh! Situated in the northeastern part of India, this enchanting state is a hidden gem waiting to be explored. With its breathtaking landscapes and rich cultural heritage, Arunachal Pradesh offers an incredible travel experience like no other. Whether you are an adventure enthusiast seeking thrilling hikes or a culture aficionado yearning to immerse yourself in tribal traditions, our Arunachal Pradesh tours will take you on an unforgettable journey through this untouched paradise. Get ready to embark on an expedition that will leave you awe-inspired and craving for more as we unravel the secrets of one of India's most captivating destinations.
Day 01: Dibrugarh to Roing
Arrival at Dibrugarh Airport/ Railway Station. Our company representative will meet you and later take you to Roing. Cross the mighty Brahmaputra River by India's longest river bridge, Dhola Sadiya Bridge. It is 3.55 km longer than the Bandra-Worli sea link in Mumbai Evening free at leisure. Overnight stay in Roing.
Day 02: Roing to Anini via Mayudia Pass
Post Breakfast, visit Sally Lake, a natural lake surrounded by thick green forest provides a serene and tranquil atmosphere. Later visit The Bhismaknagar Fort - built with burnt bricks during the 12th century. This hill fort is considered as one of the oldest archaeological sites of Arunachal Pradesh. Visit the Roing Zoo/ Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary. Drive to Anini via Mayudia Pass Enjoy the panoramic views of the eastern Himalayas snowclad peaks. Mayudia receives ample snowfall starting from the month of November till February/March. Overnight in Anini.
Day 03: Anini – Mipi/ Mathun Valley
Early morning visit Mipi Village. From the north-west flows the Mathun river which is soon joined by river Mipi flowing in from west to east. The Mathun Valley is famous for various unexplored natural lakes and its natural fauna and flora and a must see who wants to go on trekking.
Day 04: Anini – Dri Valley
Today excursion tour to Dri Valley. A very beautiful place but somewhat plain unlike the Mathun Valley. River Dri flows which is turbulent at the lower region but becomes calm at the upper region which makes Dambeun, which is 32 kms from Anini, an ideal spot for tourists and picnickers during winter season. Dambeun, the Circle Hq. and ITBP base camp is the last motorable village and after that one can go on foot for trekking.
Day 05: Anini – Roing
Early morning tour around Anini, immerse yourself in the place. You take a walk around the small town, wandering through the streets talking to the locals. The best way to enjoy Anini is to walk along the meandering Dri River, admiring the mighty Himalayas tower over the landscape. Later drive back to Roing. Reach Roing in the evening and stay overnight.
Day 06: Roing – Dibrugarh
After breakfast transfer to Dibrugarh airport to board the flight for onward destinations.