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$1250 Multi-day & Extended Tours

ChaloHoppo to Mechuka - The Land of Hanging Bridges, Tribes and Endless Rivers

Day 1 Drive from airport to Bogibeel ghat through tea gardens. (1 hour). Ferry to the other side of Assam(last ferry at 4 pm). Load your car on to the ferry as you cross over. Drive from Akkajan ghat to Pasighat(2.5 hour) Check into your resort on the hilltop and enjoy great views. Visit local market if time permits.Day 2 Hike to hanging bridges of Pasighat.(1 hour one way). Visit local market. Drive to see a perfect view of the Siang river at Ranaghat and Bodak. Post an early lunch begin drive to Along(4 hours). Walk through the homestay, a mix of modern and traditional Galo(tribe) elements guided by the host as they take you through their orange orchards, paddy fields and kitchen. Evening at leisure.Day 3 Begin drive at 6 am after an early breakfast. Stop at Kankir Moniyong and trek over the hanging bridge, if you feel like. Stop at Siko Diko falls. For photographs stop at other points along this 8 hour drive. See the vegetation change from tropical to alpine. Enter Mechuka valley's magical tableland at 6200 feet. Meet and greet locals and walk around town square. Familiarise yourself with the townsfolk. Get to know your hosts by the fire place in the evening.Day 4 At 9 am drive to the Yorlung army camp and meet the soldiers and see how they use their phones by keeping it on a rock atop a roof. Pay a visit to the Gurudwara built by an officer of the Sikh regiment(Indian army). Spend some time there going through the little museum. You must relish the 'langar'(holymeal) by siting on the floor and listening to the gurgling of the Yargypchu river. Explore the holy caves where people of Buddhist faith come and pray. Walk to the waterfall and the sit by the river. Hike to the Samten Yongcha moanstery(400 year old Buddhist monastery) which offers panoramic view of the valley. In the evening and relax around the bonfire and listen to folks songs sung by the ladies.Day 5 Start your hike after breakfast. Choose a trail and walk along abandoned paths leading to old bunkers from the 1962 Indo China war. Carry your camping mats and chairs and packed lunch. Picnic on top of a hill overlooking the entire town of Mechuka. Spend the day outdoors. Return before sunset. Day 6 Drive to Dorjeeling basti and interact with the village folks over a cup of tea and Tibetan snacks. Buy some chocolates or at least bread- butter for the kids that you may meet in the basti. Spend the day in the village and in the evening learn momo making with the family. Day 7 Early breakfast and start the drive back to Along at 6 am. Visit local Galo villages and market in the evening.Day 8 and Day 9 Drive to Dambuk through a very interesting journey over dry river beds and explore the otherwise waterlocked village. Explore the orange plantations, try rafting, angling and enjoy the view of the river Dibang and the stars at night. Day 10 Drive to Dibrugarh and stay in a tea garden. 

$172 Multi-day & Extended Tours

Treehouse & wildlife of Namdhapa National Park

Day 1:- Dibrugarh Airport Pickup & drive to Namdhapa, (198Km/4.5hrs): Our representative will meet you at Airport and transfer to the Treehouse. Stay overnight Day 2 Namdhapa national park visits: Early morning visit the jungle. Due to the presence of different vegetation, this park is known to be the ultimate zone for many of the rare species of animals such as snow leopards, clouded leopards, common leopards, tigers and even Red Pandas. One can also get to watch the Himalayan bears. Other large predators are dholes, wolves, and Asiatic black bears. Smaller carnivores can be traced are red fox, red panda, Eurasian otter, yellow-throated marten, spotted linsang, binturong, Oriental small-clawed otter, common palm civet, small Indian civet, large Indian civet, masked palm civet, marbled cat, fishing cat, Asiatic golden cat and some species of mongoose. Grandly, the large herbivores are represented by elephant wild boar, Indian muntjac, forest musk deer, sambar, gaur, hog deer, mainland serow, common goral, takin and bharal. Seven species of non-human primates including Stump-tailed macaque and Slow Loris, Hoolock Gibbons, Capped Langurs, Assamese Macaques and Rhesus Macaques. These animals are usually rare to sight in common places and the tourists need to make great efforts out of a successful safari excursion. Undoubtedly, visiting Namdhapa National Park and watching them from one's own eyes make the unique thrilling experience in itself.Jeep rides are not allowed inside the park due to bird nestlings getting disturbed, hence guests can choose from the below activities:Elephant rideTrekkingBoat RideRiver crossing.late afternoon transfer back to the Dibrugarh airport to board your flight for onward journey.