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Nagaland-Tribe-Kohima-Mon-KonyakNAGALAND TOUR OF TRIBES - KONYAK, AO & ANGAMIS [11D/10]

Mon - Mokokchung - Kohima

Travelling across the entire breadth of Nagaland, you will get a chance to witness some of the indigenous cultures that inhabit the region. Starting from Mon in very eastern Nagaland where the very fascinating savage-like Konyak Tribe reside, you will move to Mokokchung, the cultural and artistic capital of Nagaland and home to the Ao Tribe. Moving on, you will end the tour in Nagaland's bustling capital hill station of Kohima, where the majority of the population belong to the Angami Tribe. Drive through some of the remotest verdant hills of the Indian Subcontinent, meet friendly tribes who will charm you with their openness and witness a sustainable way to life. Read More.


Arunachal Pradesh Tagin Tribe Old Lady

CENTRAL ARUNACHAL PRADESH TOUR OF TRIBES [10D/8N]

Ziro - Daporijo - Along - Pasighat - Dibrugarh

In this tour, you'll drive across the central regions of Arunachal Pradesh which is the tribal heartland of the state. Various tribes inhabit these lands where they live in close relationship to nature by using sustainable means to life. Some of the tribes you'll be meeting will be the fascinating Apatani Tribe, the Tagin Tribe, the once warrior Adi Tribe and the Mishmi Tribe. You will get to visit their villages and houses, interact with them and learn about their unique and beautiful ways of simple living. The drive will also pass through some breathtaking landascapes of the Eastern Himalayas, of lush green valeys filled with rainforests. In Ziro, you will visit the famous rice cum fish farms of the Apatanis. In Daporijo and Pasighat, the landscape will be of beautiful formidable mountains and valleys of the Subansiri River and the ever mighty Siang River - two of Northeast India's largest rivers. Read More.


Mizoram Tourism

THE LAND OF THE HIGHLANDERS [7D/6N]

Aizwal - Champhai - Rihdil - Tamdil - Hmuifang - Reiek

Mizoram is a hilly place located at the southern tip of northeastern India. Covered with verdant forests that teem with bamboo groves, vibrant wildlife, sheer cliffs and breathtaking waterfalls, the state has many unique landmarks of old folklores and picturesque villages of houses built on stilts - a land where a dramatic sea of morning mist unfolds throughout the hills and peaks. This is the land of the Highlanders, or the Mizos, who are by nature carefree and friendly. For anyone looking for a quiet holiday or for some time in the outdoors, Mizoram is a destination worth your while.The state is a kaleidoscopic with its wide array of festivals and dances, handicrafts, flora and fauna, breathtaking natural beauty, and temperate climate. English is commonly spoken here. The joyful enthusiasm and the gregarious spirit of the local populace has been are the main reasons for establishing some of the most attractive tourism features in this beautiful state. Read More


Living Root Bridge, Meghalya

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


Konyak Tribe - Mon, NagalandTHROUGH TRIBES & WILDLIFE OF NORTHEAST INDIA [20D/19N]

Assam - Arunachal Pradesh - Nagaland

This tour is a great way to start one's jounrney into Northeast India, meeting the tribes and witnessing the great wilderness that they inhabit. When it comes to wildlife, you will visit 5 of the best national parks of the region, namely, Kaziranga National Park, Manas National Park, Nameri National Park, Dibru-Saikhowa National Park and Namdapha National Park which is India's largest wildlife habitat and rainforest. Among the tribes, you will meet the Apatani Tribe in the valley of Ziro in Arunachal Pradesh, the Konyak Tribe in the mountains of Mon in Nagaland, and learn about the rich Assamese culture in the island of Majuli located midst the mighty Brahmaputra River. Read more


Namdapha National ParkNAMDAPHA RAINFOREST TREK [9D/8N]

Namdapha National Park

The 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


Majuli AssamLIFE IN RURAL ASSAM [7D/8N]

Dibrugarh - Majuli Island

In this trip, you will get a chance to visit Majuli; the largest inhabited river island of the world. The island is the birthplace of the Neo-Vaishnavite culture which is the cultural backbone of Assam. Many Satras (Assamese Monasteries) exist within the island, where monks, both young and old, learn about various forms of traditional arts, dance, music, drama and religion. The satras preach a life of simplicity, and yet, it is easy for a tourist to be consciously enlightened by the power of such simplicity. Majuli is also home to many tribes, who live a very simple and sustainable life. You will get to spend time with these tribes, understand about their ways of life and indulge in their daily activities. You can also spend time indulging in the pleasures of bird-watching, as the island is an important habitat for birds. Read More


Apatani-Ziro-Arunachal-Pradesh

ZIRO VALLEY AND THE APATANI TRIBE [5D/4N]

Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh

This delightful short break takes you to the quaint valley of Ziro in Arunachal Pradesh, which is home of one of India's most fascinating tribe. The valley is also famous for the rice cum fish cultivation which is practised in high altitudinal plains. You will be visiting Apatani villages, interacting with the tribesmen and learn about their unique and sustainable way of life. There are other delights too, such as bathing in Ziro's serene and refreshing air. Read more