- Hike through beautiful pine and rhododendron forests in the Eastern Himalayas
- Cross Sela Pass at 4170 m
- Explore tribal villages of the Monpa community
- Discover the Buddhist hill-station of Tawang, home to Asia’s second largest monastery
“Bailey Trail” traces the historic route taken by Lt. Col. F M Bailey and Capt. H T Morshed, British officers who were commissioned to survey the lands between Arunachal Pradesh and Tibet during 1911-12. The trek was initially an ancient trade route that connected Burma, India and Tibet. In 1962 the Chinese army used this route to strike deep into Arunachal Pradesh. The ‘Bailey Trail’ as it is known now, crosses through some pristine remote forests of the Eastern Himalayas, where pine, oak and rhododendrons grow aplenty.
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