Hi Friends! This April let us explore the hidden gems of North East –Arunachal Pradesh. This state is also known as ” The Land of rising Sun”. The state welcomes you with snow capped mountains, roaring rivulets, verdant valleys, gushing streams and lush greenery. April month is the most ideal time to visit Arunachal Pradesh.



TRIP DATES – 7th to 15th APril 2020 (9 Days and 8 Nights)

COST – Only Rs. 37000 per person

Sightseeing inclusions:

Guwahati – Kamakhya temple, Balaji temple,Tea garden, Brahmaputra river cruise.

Kaziranga – Jeep and elephant safari, Horn bill view point, One horn Rhino national park.

Dirang – Bhalukpong hill, Kameng river, Tippi orchid, Hot water spring, , Sangti valley, Dirang-Dzong view point.

Tawang – Sella pass, Monastery, Madhuri lake, Nuranang water falls, war memorial, Gorichen peak, Tatsang Gompa, Bumla pass, India China border, Jung falls, shopping.

Bomdilla – Bomdilla monastery, apple orchards, Sessa orchid reserve.


  • Accommodation in twin sharing basis in 3☆ hotels
  • All days breakfast, lunch, dinner and water bottles
  • Sight seeing by AC vehicle depending on the number of members
  • Pick up and drop from Guwahati railway station/ airport
  • Entry fee for Sight seeing at mentioned places, toll and parking charges at all locations, local tourist guide & driver charge.

Note : Flight/ train charges from home town to Guwahati airport extra. We can book the flight/ train tickets for you as per actuals.




Pick up from Guwahati airport/Rly stn. Check in to hotel.
After lunch visit Balaji temple and later enjoy Brahmaputra cruise.
Night halt at Guwahati.


Proceed to Kaziranga National park, Jungle safari by jeep to see one horned rhino, tigers and many other animals. Night stay at Kaziranga.


After breakfast visit Elephant safari at Kaziranga National park.
Next proceed to Dirang. Enroute visit Bhalukpong hill view, Kameng river, Tippi orchid, Hot water spring, Horn bill view point, Sangti valley and Dirang D- zong view point. Night stay at Dirang.


After breakfast proceed to Tawang which is also known as mountain town. Enroute visit Sella pass, Jashwant Garh war memorial, Nur pass, Jung falls.
Night halt at Tawang.


After breakfast proceed to India China border Bumla pass, enjoy the snow. Next proceed to TSO lake also known as Madhuri lake, Tawang local sightseeing. Night halt at Tawang.


After breakfast visit Tawang monastery, Tatsang Gompa, Marketing.
Evening enjoy light and sound show of India and China war memorial.
Night halt at Tawang.


After breakfast proceed to Bomdilla visit apple orchards, Bomdilla monastery, R R hill and craft centre. Night stay at Bomdilla.


After breakfast proceed to Guwahati. Local sightseeing.
Night halt at Guwahati.


Early morning visit one of the most popular Shakthi peeth Kamakhya temple. Shopping at Guwahati if time permits and after lunch proceed to airport.



Tawang is a district in Arunachal Pradesh state. It is spread over mountain slope with the elevation ranging from 6000ft to 22000ft. It is pilgrim centre for the followers of Buddhism. Dalai Lama after he fled from Tibet to India, rested here for few days.
Tawang is surrounded by beautiful mountains and glacial lakes with crystal clear blue water. The attractive scenic beauty and the panoramic view is mesmerizing.
The biggest attraction of Tawang is 400 year old three storied monastery. This is the largest monastery in India. The another popular attraction is Sela Lake which connects Assam and Tawang.


Dirang is a small hill station in the West Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh situated at a height of 4910ft above sea level. The hill station is situated on a picturesque valley in between Bomdilla and Tawang. Constant wind blows along the river valley making it a very pleasant place to visit. The spectacular views snow capped mountains, gushing streams and lush greenery makes the tourists spell bound.
The main attractions of Dirang are Hot water spring, Sangti valley, Dirang-Dzong valley and yak research centre. Dirang is a paradise for nature lovers, landscape photographers and adventure seekers.

Kaziranga National park

Kaziranga National park is one of the major wildlife tourists attraction in India. It is situated in the district of Golahat and Nagaon in the state is Assam. This park is host for two thirds of world’s population of endangered Indian one horned rhinoceros. Kaziranga National park was also declared as tiger reserve in 2006. The park also has large number of elephants,wild water buffalo and swamp deer. Apart from this it is also home for various species of migrating and inhabitant birds.
Kaziranga National park invites thousands of tourists every year from different parts of India and World. The most attractive part is Jeep and elephant safari in the wild jungle.

Kamakhya temple

Kamakhya temple is one of the most popular Shaktipeeth in India. From ancient times this temple has been regarded the most revered shrines of Shakthi. Kamakhya temple is dedicated to Goddess Kamakhya also known as Goddess of desire. It is believed that Sati’s womb fell here , so this temple is considered to be woman’s power to give birth. It is believed that in the month of June (Asadh Maas) the Brahmaputra river that flows beside the temple turns red. Goddess menstruates during this period which is a divine miracle, Ambubachi festival is celebrated and people from all around travel to visit this temple. This temple is centre piece of widely practiced powerful tantrik shaktism cult in India



  • Roundtrip Flight/Train Tickets from your hometown to Guwahati.
  • Pickup or drop from any other airport or stations than mentioned in the inclusion section.
  • Tickets for sightseeing and joy rides which are not mentioned above.
  • Personal expenses like porter, laundry, beverages, camera fee at sightseeing places, medical expenses, meal not part of the group menu, insurances etc.
  • Additional charges for extra day/night stay at hotels.
  • Any expenses caused by reasons beyond our control such as road blocks, land slides, accidents and any emergency evacuations.
  • We are not responsible for the valuables carried by the individuals