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/Arunachal-Pradesh-Trekking-Pemako2TREK TO THE BEYUL OF PEMAKO [22D/21N]

Tuting - Kuging - Danokasha - Dewakota, Arunachal Pradesh

Located in the Upper Siang District of Arunachal Pradesh, lies a little precious part of the beyul of Pemako; described in ancient Buddhist scrolls of Guru Rinpoche as a secret paradise hidden in the heart and depth of the Himalayas. This trek through magnificent forests of rhododendrons, bamboo and wildflowers, will take you to remote sacred centers and lakes located high in the mountains, which are believed to provide magical powers of liberation and good health. The landscape views of the eastern most of Himalayas will be breathtaking, and on clear days, one might see Namcha Barwa, one of the mightiest peaks of the world, considered in Buddhism to be the left breast of Goddess Dorje Pagmo. Read More


Namdapha National Park TrekNAMDAPHA RAINFOREST TREK [9D/8N]

Namdapha National Park

This trek will take you through the dense rainforests of Namdapha National Park, into wild frontiers. The elements of nature are at their best here, and once a blue moon, on an unfortunate rainy day, one can expect to battle against hard terrain consisting of mud, slime, blood sucking leeches and thick jungles. But it is the thrill of conquering these odds that makes the Namdapha trek a once a lifetime experience. One is rewarded with opportunities to stay at campsites which can be regarded as one of the most beautiful in the world. Moreover, the presence of deadly animals and exotic birds provides an extra thrill, and the hospitality of the tribe of Lisu people makes one feel right at home. Read More


Arunachal Pradesh Trekking - Bailey TrailTHE 'BAILEY TRAIL' TREK [13D/12N]

Western Arunachal Pradesh

This trek in the high eastern Himalayas of western Arunachal Pradesh offers an experience through some breathtaking landscapes of virgin pine, oak and rhododendron forests. At an average of 4000 meters, the panoramic views of the Kangto and Gorichen peaks, two of northeastern India's highest, is a sight to remember. You'll be crossing mountain passes, high altitude solitute lakes, glacial streams and tribal villages of the fascinating Monpa Tribe, who are part animists part Buddhists. A bonus are the campsites which have scenic locations, and a trip to hill station of Tawang, a hub of enlightening Buddhist studies, and home to the magnificent second oldest Buddhist monastery of the world. Read More


Living root bridge Meghalaya

TREK TO THE LIVING ROOT BRIDGES [8D/7N]

Cherrapunjee - Umoni - Mawlynnong

The highlight of this trip will be your visit to the living root bridges of Meghalaya, which are marvel examples of sustainable and Eco-friendly architecture . Made from the roots of the Ficus Elastica tree, the War-Khasi, a tribe in Meghalaya, long ago noticed this tree and saw in its powerful roots, an opportunity to easily cross the area’s many rivers. Now, whenever and wherever the need arises, they simply grow their bridges. As a added bonus, you will get to stay in the village tree house of Mawlynnong, which is the cleanest village of Asia. Your stay in the village will give you an opportunity to meet the local tribe of Khasis, and learn about their unique tribal culture. Read More


Rafting in SubansiriANGLING AND RAFTING ON THE SUBANSIRI [9D/8N]

Dibrugarh - Ziro - Gongo Village - Sibe Rite Village - Gerukhamukh

Subansiri River originates in the Tibetan Himalayas and flows into India via Arunachal Pradesh. It flows through the  vast wilderness of the many valleys of Arunachal, to eventually join and become a soul-mate to the mighty Brahmaputra. The sparse human habitation along the lower half of the Subansiri makes it ideal for adventure enthusiasts such as anglers and rafters. The lure of big fighting fishes such as Golden Masher, Trout and the Goonj, can bring out the excitement in any fisherman. The river has volume, flow, class 3+ rapids, and is set in a breathtaking and exotic forested landscape, where warm hearted tribal hill people live with unique traditions and customs. Read More