Arunachal Pradesh Travel Itineraries

Arunachal Pradesh Travel Itineraries

    Adventure and Jungle with the Mishmi

    Arunachal Pradesh

    • Discover the Mishmi way of life
    • Learn primitive skills
    • Explore a remote valley of the Eastern Himalayas

    The Mishimi hills are home to some of the most incredible trails in India which a traveler can embark on. Century old hunting treks along lusty green valleys and steep mountains are a great way to explore and experience…

    Adventure and Jungle with the Apatani

    Arunachal Pradesh

    • Discover the Apatani way of life
    • Learn primitive skills
    • Participate to Ziro Festival of Music

    The Talle Valley trail winds up and down mountains, valleys and across rivers. On this trek, you cross the Pange Valley, Talle Valley and Ziro Valley. All three are picturesque, surrounded by robust, green mountains. The trail dips into…

    Homestay in Northeast

    Arunachal Pradesh - Assam - Meghalaya - Nagaland

    • Au authentic experience in the Northeast
    • Discover delicious local food
    • Come as a guest and leave as a friend

    Northeast is about its people so the best way to discover this region is to stay with its inhabitants. They are the best ambassadors of their villages and hospitality hasn’t been learned in a Tourism School. Offering something a…

    Rafting on Lower Siang River

    Arunachal Pradesh

    • Raft down the Siang River with stunning backgrounds
    • Explore Adi villages
    • Cross the mighty Brahmaputra in Ferry

    This amazing trip incorporates adventure as well as cultural aspects of travelling in Assam and Arunachal. You start this trip with arrival at Dibrugarh, the tea capital of Assam and then take an "African Queen" type ferry across the…

    Rafting and Angling on the Subansiri River

    Arunachal Pradesh

    • Raft down the Subansiri River, surrounded by exotic landscapes
    • Try your hand at angling, and battle the Golden Masher or spend time bird watching
    • Relax on private beaches in stunning environment

    The Subansiri River or “Gold River” is the biggest tributary of the Upper Brahmaputra. It descends through verdant rainforests in the tribal state of Arunachal Pradesh, draining the waters beyond the Great Himalayan Range from Tsona Dzong up to…

    Royal Arunachal

    Arunachal Pradesh - Assam

    • Crossing the Sela, one of the highest passes in India
    • Be spoilt by tribal hospitality
    • Ride through bamboo bridges
    • Being a pioneer rider in this area

    When rumbling engines reach the hilly regions of Northeast India, the misty landscape welcomes every traveller with open arms. A motorbikebike trip in this region can offer one of the most adventurous mountain bike trips in India. Slanting hills…

    Solung Festival

    Arunachal Pradesh

    • Experience the Solung Festival and interact with the Adi community
    • Enjoy local cuisine
    • Cross the mighty Brahmaputra by ferry

    Solung Festival is one of the most popular festivals in Arunachal Pradesh that is celebrated by the Adis of on beginning of September every year. It is an agro-based festival, but it also reflects the socio-religious features of the…

    Myoko Festival

    Arunachal Pradesh

    • Witness the rituals of the Myoko Festival
    • Taste the local cuisine
    • Interact with Apatanis and listen to their stories of past hunting glories and change of lifestyle

    Apatanis of Ziro in Arunachal Pradesh celebrate the Myoko festival in March every year. They attach importance to this festival as they have this age-old belief that by performing the rituals they can ensure fertility, both in the fields…

    Mopin Festival

    Arunachal Pradesh

    • Be a part of Adi Galo society to enjoy the Mopin Festival
    • Meet Adi Galo people, eat local food and drink rice beer
    • Cross the mighty Brahmaputra River on a ferry

    Gallongs in the Along-Basar-Bame areas celebrate Mopin festival in the first five days of April. Mopin is thought to bring wealth and prosperity to the village but also drive the evil shadow away and receive the blessing of God…

    Losar in Tawang

    Arunachal Pradesh

    • Drive through Sela pass which was once a Tibetan border
    • Enjoy the Buddhist New Year festival “Losar” among the Mahayana believers
    • Explore Asia’s second largest monastery

    In Arunachal Pradesh, Losar is celebrated by the Monpas who are a majority in Tawang. Belonging to the Mongoloid stock, the Monpas are mainly into agriculture and animal husbandry. Before the advent of the festival, people can be seen…

Eastern Routes