Welcome to Guwahati. On arrival you will be picked up by our representative cum driver at the airport, visit:
• Maa Kamakhya Temple - which is one of the famous shakti peethas at the top of Nilachal hill from where you can have an eagle eye view of the whole city.
• Umananda Temple - Umananda Devaloi is a Shiva temple located at the Peacock Island in the middle of river Brahmaputra just opposite the office of the Deputy Commissioner of Kamrup or the Kachari Ghat in Guwahati. It was built by the Ahom King Gadadhar Singha(1681–1696), who was a devout Shaivaite
• Balaji Temple - Dedicated Lord Venkateswara, Purva Tirupati Sri Balaji Mandir was built in the year 1998. Sprawling over 2 acres, the temple is considered as the replica of the original Tirupati Balaji Temple. This white colored temple is built in the similar architectural style of the South Indian temples.
• In the evening Brahmaputra River Cruise for dinner. Overnight Stay at Guwahati
Day 2 : Guwahati to bhalukpong
After Breakfast you will proceed to Bhalukpong. On arrival check in to hotel and overnight stay at Bhalukpong.
Day 3 : Bhalukpong to dirang
After breakfast drive to Driang (4900 ft) en-route cross Bhalukpong, , a town on the Assam – Arunachal
Pradesh border. After clear entry formalities (Inner Line Permit) at Bhalukpong gate drive up to Tipi orchid centre - ’Orchid Paradise’ is famed to have the largest variety of orchids in India. . The Orchidarium at Tipi shelters 400 or more varieties of orchids. Then continue uphill drive passing by the beautiful eastern Himalayan landscape towards Dirang. Dirang is a beautiful high altitude valley inhabited by Monpa tribe. At Dirang visit beautiful sangty valley – winter resident of the Black necked Crane, Kalchakra monastery , Dirang D’zong, and Kiwi garden. Dinner and Overnight stay will be at Dirang.
Day 4 : Dirang to tawang
After breakfast at Dirang drive to Tawang – The land of Monpa Tribes and major centre of the Mahayana Buddhism. On the way to Tawang lies the world’s second highest pass – the Sela pass (13700ft) snow-covered (full or partial) all through the year and has breathtaking mystic views and along a lake called Paradise Lake. The Sela Pass is the main route to access Tawang town and is located 78 km before reaching Tawang. Later visit Jaswantgarh, a memorial to the brave soldier who alone tried to hold of approaching Chinese from the pass during the 1962 Indo-Chinese war. Upon
arrival at Tawang, check in to hotel. Rest of the day is free for leisure. Dinner and overnight stay will be at Tawang.
Day 5 : Tawang sightseeing
After breakfast Bumla pass and Madhuri Lake excursion.
**Note: Bumla Pass subject to availability on the spot because of weather conditions. Extra Rs 4500-5000/- appx per car will be charged. To
be paid to the driver if permit is available.
** For Bumla: Pls carry a ID & address proof along with 3 copies of latest passport size photograph.
Day 6 : Tawang sightseeing
After breakfast at visit Tawang Monastery, The famous Galden Namgyal Lhatse, popularly known as Tawang Monastery was founded during the 17th century by Merak Lama Lodre Gyatso who is considered as a contemporary of the 5th Dalai Lama. It is Asia’s second largest monastery and India’s largest which controls 17 Gompas in the region. The monastery has a three-storied assembly hall and 28 ft high golden statue of Lord Buddha. There is also a big library which has an impressive collection of ancient books and manuscripts. The famous Buddhist gold inscribed scriptures Kangyur and Tangyur are preserved here. Bhramadungchung ani gompa, Urgelling monastery – birth place of 6th Dalai Lama and War Tawang War memorial and evening enjoy the shopping at local market of Tawang.
Day 7 : Tawang to bomdila
Morning after breakfast drive back to Bomdila - Hooked in the among st the mighty mountainous ranges of Himalaya, Bomdila in Arunachal Pradesh is a mini paradise, with its apple orchards, Buddhist gomphas and a magnificent view of the Kameng Valley.On Arrival check into the hotel Evening free at leisure. Overnight stay at Bomdila
Day 8 : Bomdila to guwahati
Morning after Breakfast drive to Guwahati - the commercial capital city of the northeastern state of Assam. Formerly known as Pragjyotishpur (the City of Eastern Light). Fixed between the picturesque hills of the eastern flanks of the Himalayan mountain range, Guwahati houses the political capital of the state, Dispur. The gateway to the seven other northeastern states, also referred as seven sisters, Guwahati is a vital tourist base point, besides being an attraction in its own. On Arrival check into the Hotel. Overnight stay in Guwahati.
Day 9 : Guwahati
Morning after breakfast directly move on towards Guwahati Airport or Railway Station with some pleasant memories in your mind for your onward journey to home.