Head Northeast to walk the lands of India’s unique tribes and discover their natural habitat and untouched wilderness.
A land that is worshipped by its people and home to some of the rarest species of flora, fauna and avian life, India’s Northeast offers secret trails through hidden forests, mystical lakes and undiscovered tracks that are far from the gaze of mainstream tourism.
North East India is one of the most rewarding experience for different reasons. Nature here is luxuriant and untouched, it is unlikely that you will find mass trekking like in Ladakh for example. What you can expect is to meet authentic tribal people on the way.
Our trekking tours can be guided with Laurige our professional trekking guide to discover the most beautiful hidden gems on the way as well as enjoy maximum safety for your group.
Reconnect with Nature and Trek to North East India !
North East India Trekking Itineraries :
- Off road trails
- Discover the living root bridges
- Immersion in Khasi culture
- Trek in India's densest Rainforest
- Bird watching in a land of more than 500 species of birds
- Meet remote tribes (Singpho, Tangsa and Lisu) who live a marvellous sustainable life
- Learn about surviving skills in a forest
- Discover the culture of the Tai tribe in Assam
- Climb the 3 highest peaks of Nagaland
- Explore the beautiful Dzukou Valley
- Experience rural homestay and Naga hospitality
- Interact with Mishmi tribe
- An “end of the world” atmosphere
- Visit the last Indian tribal village in the region
- Discover Mizo rural lifestyle
- Climb the Blue Mountain
- Explore the Hmuifang hills
- Trek to sacred sites of the holy beyul (hidden paradise) of Pemako
- Trek through pristine and remote landscapes of the mysterious eastern Himalayas.
- Visit a region incredibly rich in flora and fauna, and is a part of Dibang Valley Biosphere Reserve
- Visit the beautiful sacred lakes of Danakosha, where the path to liberation clears and tantric powers are abound
- Visit the sacred site and temple of Dewakota, associated with many legends related to Padmasambhava
- Visit tribal villages of Khampa Tribe, Adi Tribe, and Buddhist villages
- 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
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