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Assam , in the north east of India, is the most advanced and accessible state in the otherwise underdeveloped and isolated region called Northeast India. It is surrounded by all the six northeast states: Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Mizoram, Manipur, Meghalaya and Tripura, as well as by Bhutan and Bangladesh. Its biggest city, Guwahati, is the best base to start journeys into these states.

assam-and-arunachal-tribal-tourAssam lies just south of the eastern Himalayas, with the important Brahmaputra River cutting across it. In the northern hilly areas, the population is mainly tribal while the plains contain predominantly non-tribal Hindus. Agriculturally 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 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.

Arunachal is also 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.

Tour Itinerary

Day 01:- Guwahati

Arrival Guwahati and visit Kamkhaya Temple.

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Day 02:- Kaziranga

Drive to Kaziranga and afternoon enjoy the tea garden and nearby village etc. Overnight stay at wild grass surrounded with beautiful nature .

Day 03:- Kaziranga

During morning enjoy the elephant ride and afternoon zeep safari to the national park. Overnight at Wild Grass surrounded with beautiful nature.

Day 04:- jhorhat

Drive to jhorhat and further drive to Nimati Ghat to take the ferry in river Brahmapurta. Arrival Majuli, the River Island and During evening enjoy the evening prayer in the monastry of typical Hindu monk. Overnight stay in a monastry or guest house.

Day 05:- Hindu Monks

Full day driving to various monasteries of different Hindu Monks. Share the experience with Hindu Monk in their monastery. Overnight guest house.

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Day 06:- Nimatighat

Boot Back to Nimatighat and further drive to Dibrugarh. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 07:- Passighat

Drive to Passighat – visit to Renging village. Overnight stay at a basic Hotel

Day 08:- Along

Drive to Along overnight stay Along at Circuit House & Camp.

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Day 09:- Tagin Tribe

During morning visit the Tagin Tribe? enroute visit Adi Galo tribal villages. Stay at Circuit House.

Day 10:- Daporizo

Drive to Daporizo enroute visit Hill Miri tribal villages. Stay at Circuit House or Camp.

Day 11:- Apatani tribal village

During morning visit Zero to visit the Apatani tribal village. Overnight stay at Zero.

Day 12:- Zero

Visit Nishi tribal villages at Zero .Overnight stay at Zero

Day 13:- Itanagar

Drive to Itanagar to visit to the State Museum and Buddhist monastery. Overnight stay at Itanagar.

Day 14:- Guwahati

Drive to Guwahati and free evening for self. Overnight at Guwahati.

Day 15:- Kolkata

Take the flight to Kolkata. Arrival Kolkata for your next destination.

Tour price depends on No. of Pax, type of accommodation and type of transport.