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Arunachal Pradesh is considered to be the “nature’s treasure trove”and home to orchids, known for their exquisitely beautiful blooms, from one of the dominant taxa with more than six hundred species, occurring in varying elevations and climatic conditions throughout the state. Home to a complex mix of communities, mostly tribal, Arunachal Pradesh is primarily a tribal society. The population is mainly of the Mangoloid and Tibeto-Burmese stock. The tribes range from slash-and-burn animists to the Tibetan Buddhist Monpa villages in the West and Thai people, the khampti in the East. The largest groups are the Adi in the Along area, the Misaimi in the ranges of North-East of Pasighat and the Nishi around Itanagar. There are about 20 major tribes divided into sub-tribes. The principal tribes are Adi, Nishi, Apatani, Tagin, Misaim, Monpa, Aka, Nocte,Wancho, Singpho, Tangsha, Khampti, Padma, Miris and Sherdukpen. The people in general are friendly, amiable and colourful. The tribal customs bind the tribesmen together into a solid community. The society is patriarchal and primogeniture. Fundamental laws of inheritance with variations are not uncommon. The tribes follow endogamy and strictly observe the rule of clan exogamy. Polygamy is socially sanctioned and practised most. The organisational Institutions administer the community and look after the welfare of the people.

arunachal-and-nagaland-tribal-tourNagaland inhabited by the Naga tribes, captured international attention during world war 2, because it was here that the Japanese advance was halted by British and Indian troops. Nagas were spirited warriors and by the end of the 19th century the British reached peace with Nagas and found them useful as allies in war against the Japanese. After India’s independence, Nagaland became a state in 31 December 1963. This village has a traditional Naga ceremonial gateway carved with motifs of guns, warriors and symbols of prosperity at the entrance to the village. The traditional Naga house built here had crossed ‘horns’ on the gables, carved heads to signify the status of the family, a huge basket to hold the grain in front of the house. The nearest airport and railhead are at Dimapur, Nagaland’s gateway and commercial centre.

Tour Itinerary


Day 01:- Gauhati

Arrival at Gauhati. Transfer to the Hotel at Bomdilla. Overnight at Shipiang Pong.?

Day 02:- Monpa villages

Excursion to Dirang to see the Monpa villages.


DAY 03:- Miji Tribal villages

Visit of Local market & Miji Tribal villages.

DAY 04:- Itanagar

Drive to Itanagar. Overnight at Danyo Polo Ashok


DAY 05:- Nishi Tribal villages

Drive to Zero enroute visiting Nishi Tribal villages. Overnight at Blue Pine Hotel.

DAY 06:- Apatani villages

Visit of Apatani villages


DAY 07:- Hill Miri villages

Drive to Daporizo enroute visiting Hill Miri villages. Overnight at Inspection Bungalow

DAY 08:- Tagin villages

Visit of Tagin villages & drive to Alang. Overnight at Hotel Magson/Anchal Bhawan.


DAY 09:- Adi Galong

Visit of Adi Galong & Adi Miniyong villages & drive to Passighat. Overnight at Hotel Oman.

DAY 10:- Dibrugarh

Drive to the Boat Jetty to board the ferry to the other end of Brahmaputra. Upon arrival transfer to Hotel Natraj, Dibrugarh.


DAY 11:- Circuit House

Drive to Mon. Overnight at Govt Circuit House

DAY 12:- Konyak villages

Visit of Konyak villages.

DAY 13:- Mokokchung

Drive to Mokokchung. Visit of Near by villages. Overnight at Govt Circuit House.


DAY 14:- Kohima

Drive to Kohima. Visit of Angami village. Overnight at Hotel Japfu

DAY 15:- Dimapur

Drive to Dimapur to fly for onward connectio.