20 days custom trip

Arunachal Pradesh Tour

Day 1 - Guwahati - Bomdila ( 204 kms - 7 hours)

Pickup from Guwahati and We will drive to Bomdila through the lush green mountains of Arunachal Pradesh. The major attractions for today are : Nuranang Falls, Bomdila View Point , Monastery at Bomdila ( This abode to Buddhist monks and Llamas is the biggest attraction in Bomdila. The monastery is also believed to be an exact replica of Tsona Gontse Monastery, Tibet.), The local market for shopping. Overnight at Homestay.

Day 2 - Bomdila to Tawang ( 180 kms - 7 hours)

Post breakfast we will start our onward journey for Tawang. We will make 3 stops. We will reach Tawang by evening. Nyukmadong War memorial. Sela Lake, situated at an elevation of 4170 m. It is a breathtaking experience. The lake remains frozen throughout the winter. Sela pass is situated at about 13,700 feet above MSL and is known to be home to more than 101 lakes. Each of these lakes are considered very religious by the Buddhist community. One of these 101 lakes is the decently large Sela Lake that is located right on the top of Sela Pass. Sela pass is also an important location on the India-China border and hence one can find large Indian army camps and soldiers nearby. Sela Pass is a mountain pass which you will need to cross before reaching Tawang. This place remains mostly covered in snow and is usually too much windy. A breathtaking place in Arunachal Pradesh is a high altitude mountain pass Se-La, with La denoting Pass is a must visit attraction. Overnight at Homestay.

Day 3 - Explore Tawang - Bumla Pass

Post breakfast we will be heading towards the most famous Bumla Pass. At an elevation of 5,000 m above the sea level, the Bum La Pass marks the Indo-China border. A prominent attraction of Arunachal Pradesh, the place is a must visit but only when you have the special permit from Office of the Deputy Commissioner in Tawang District. Bumla Pass has witnessed many memorable events that make it a special one in the history of India. When on a visit to Bumla Pass, make a point to see the route from where Dalai Lama entered India to take a refuge. Also, there's a lake called Sangestar Tso, which is worth a watch. Make a point to get a picture clicked, and place a pebble stone in front of the Heap of Stones, which is a tribute to the Indian Army guardians of the border. Will reach back to the homestay in the late afternoon or evening (depending upon the road and weather condition.) Overnight at Homestay.

Day 4 - Tawang - Zemithang ( 4 hours - 80 kms)

In the early morning, start the journey to the border village of Zemithang. A tiny Monpa village perched, Zeithang is a great place for landscape and portrait photography. Since hardly any tourists head this far, the place is practically untouched. A perfect place to experience the raw tribal way of life. Explore some of the significant to-visit places around such as, the Gorsam Chorten which is believed to have been constructed in the early parts of the 12th century.

Day 5 - Explore Tawang

Post breakfast we will be exploring Tawang. The major attractions for today are: Tawang Monastery for eternal peace ( The Monastery is the second biggest and oldest in Asia and is known as the Tawang Ganden Namgyal Lhatse i.e., the celestial paradise of divine site chosen by the horse was founded by Merag Lodroe Gyamtso in the year 1680-81.), The Giant Buddha Statue, Madhuri Lake, Tawang War Memorial and the Tawang local market. Explore the whole Tawang and try the ethnic local cuisines. Overnight at Homestay.

Day 6 - Tawang to Dirang ( 140 kms - 5 hours)

Post breakfast, explore the villages and other famous sightseeing destinations of Dirang and nearby destinations. Dirang valley is a beautiful valley in the foothills of the Himalayan ranges. We will visit the picturesque locations of Sangti Valley : Sangti Valley is a definite tourist spot if you love nature dotted with pristine forests and meandering fast hill rivers and home to a very interesting culture and tradition. Around this valley you can witness interesting features like various fruit orchids and exotic birds. Dirang Dzong, Kiwi Fruit Farms, Tibetian Villages etc. Overnight at Homestay.

Day 7 - Dirang to Nameri ( 160 kms - 5 hours )

Post breakfast, we will be driving to Nameri National Park and Forest Reserve. A long drive full of good memories and experiences through the beautiful valleys of Arunachal. Have a Jungle Trek or Safari at Nameri National Park and River Rafting Experience at the majestic Kameng River. After lunch it's time for leisure activity around the resort or one can opt for Angling in River Jia Bhoroli. The river is home to the Golden Mahseer or the tiger of the Jia Bhoroli. We will drop by in the late evening at the Eco Camp.

Day 8 - Nameri to Naharlagun (162kms/6hrs)

After breakfast, we will take you to Itanagar, which is the capital of Arunachal Pradesh. During the journey to Itanagar, we will take you to the possible sightseeing spots in the route. The Nyishi tribe of Arunachal Pradesh lives in these parts of the state. We will check in to the hotel in the evening. Overnight in Itanagar.

Day 9 - Naharlagun to Ziro (100Km/5hrs)

On this day, after having breakfast, we will leave for Ziro through the beautiful hilly roads. On the way pay a visit to Tribal Nyishi village, where you will get to see their unique bamboo architectures. Ziro is located 5754 feet above the sea level, and it is the headquarter of the Lower Sabunsiri district of Arunachal Pradesh. It is a highland surrounded by Apatani tribal villages of Diibo, Hija, Bulla, Hari and Hong. The uniqueness of Apatani tribe is the tattoos on women & man, and nose rings worn by women. Stay overnight at homestay in Ziro.

Day 10 - Ziro to Pasighat (300Km/8hrs)

After breakfast and completing sightseeing at Ziro, we will move towards another colorful landscape destination - Pasighat via Lakhimpur Overnight at Pasighat.

Day 11 - Pasighat to Aalo (100Km/5hrs)

After breakfast, we will move towards Aalo (aka Along). Aalo or Along is situated on the bank of Siang River at altitude of 1020 ft. It is a beautiful valley with picturesque landscapes. Aalo is the land of Galo and Adi tribe. The Adi tribe is the most inhabited tribe of Arunachal Pradesh. Overnight at Aalo.

Day 12 - Aalo to Mechuka (230Kms/7hrs)

After breakfast, we will head towards north-western direction to Menchuka valley. It is a mesmerizing valley in the Himalayan foothills, situated at an elevation of around 6000 feet above the sea level. The river Yargyapchu (aka Siyom) flows in the valley of Menchukha. Menchukha (meaning medicinal water of snow), is a Buddhist Himalayan hamlet situated a mere 29 kms from the Indo-Tibetan border, in the West Siang District of Arunachal Pradesh. Previously known only for its strategic military landing strip during the 1962 Indo-China War, Arunachal’s ‘Forbidden Valley’ became accessible by road only in 2003 in preparation to welcome the Dalai Lama to the 400 year old Samten Yongcha Monastery. Nestled at 6000 ft above sea level, it is home to the Memba, Ramo, Bokar, Lingbo and Ta gin tribes of Arunachal who have a strong history of connections and roots from Lhasa, Tibet. Our stay will be at Mechuka Homestay.

Day 13 - A Day in Menchuka and Dorjeeling

Post breakfast, Visit the 400-year old monastery is a two-storeyed building. Made entirely out of wood and has a divine old-world charm to it. There were some antique stone inscriptions stored inside. The monastery is believed to be older than the Tawang Monastery and is maintained by the local people. It is one of the most visited spots for locals and tourists alike. Located about 12 KMs away, Dorjeeling is a picturesque village with little wooden houses, farms and blue streams. It is not a tourist spot. But a quaint little village where one can sit down and appreciate the surroundings. There is a small Buddhist Monastery in the village. Overnight at Homestay.

Day 14 - Mechuka to Pasighat (300 kms/8hours)

After breakfast, we will move towards Pasighat. It is located at a distance of 145 Kms form Along on the bank of river Siang. It is the land of two famous tribes Passi and Minnyiong. Over night at Pasighat.

Day 15 - Pasighat to Hayuliang (254Kms/6hrs)

After breakfast, we will head towards north eastern direction of India. See the panoramic view of Lohit River and the majestic mountains of the Parsuram Kund. Overnight at Homestay.

Day 16 - Hayuliang to Walong (180kms/6 hours)

After breakfast, we will head towards north eastern direction of Indi and we will reach Walong in the afternoon. Walong is one of the eastern most town where the first sun rays fall in India. Walong is mainly known for its memorial to the Indians who died during the 1962- Sino-Indian War. The memorial is located on the road leading North to Kibithoo.Overnight at Dong Guest House.

Day 17 - Walong-Dong- Kibithoo (180kms/6 hours)

You have to start the journey at early in the morning to see the very first sunrise of the day. Visit Dong and Kibithoo Village and spent some time at the India's eastern corner India-China Border and click some beautiful photographs with the majestic mountains. The place is enriched with unspoilt natural beauty and is a photographer’s paradise. Overnight at Dong Guest House.

Day 18 - Namsai - Sibsagar (200kms/5 hours)

Visit the most famous Golden Pagoda of Namsai. Built on the foothills of the eastern Himalayas of Patkai range of Arunachal, the Golden Pagoda is built in Burmese architecture and is locally known as Kongmu Kham in Tai Khampti dialect. This golden shimmering beauty came into being in 2010. The huge Lord Buddha statue inside the temple made of pure bronze was donated by the chief monk of Wat Aranjikavas temple in Thailand. Visit the local market and head towards Sibsagar, The heritage capital of Assam. Overnight at Homestay.

Day 19 - Sibsagar- Guwahati (383kms/8 hours)

Sibsagar is a state of Assam that provides various tourist attractions related to architectural marvels, history and culture. As time will be limited, visit the Kareng Ghar and the Rang Ghar. After that we will head towards Guwahati. Reach Guwahati at late evening. Overnight at Ethnic Guest House.

Day 20 - Guwahati - Airport

Upon breakfast, We will drive you to the world-famous Kamakhya Temple located on the Nilachal hill in the capital city of Guwahati, the deity of the temple, Kamakhya Devi is revered as the ‘Bleeding Goddess’.Have a ride at the Brahmaputra River Cruise Safari and then We will drop you at the Guwahati Airport in the afternoon.


  • All transfers and sightseeing by 01 SUV (INNOVA/XYLO)
  • Guwahati Airport/Station Pickup and Drop
  • Vehicle Fuel Charges and Driver's Allowances
  • Twin Sharing Room(s).
  • All ethnic or traditional meals (Breakfast, Tea, Lunch & Dinner)
  • Services of a Local English/Hindi speaking driver during the tour.

  • Good Homestays/Ethnic Guest House

  • Sightseeing in all mentioned destinations.
  • Inner line permit for all passengers if applicable.
  • Special Permit for Border Area Visit if applicable.
  • Local guide or porter during trek if required.
  • Drinking Water


  • Any expenses of personal nature or extra meals ordered
  • Air/train fare
  • Lunch and dinner.
  • Visa Fees, Tips, Insurance or Medical Fees.
  • River Cruise or Safari Charges.
  • Any Camera and monument entry fees.
  • Anything not mentioned in the above "Inclusion Part.


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