Day 01: Delhi / Major Cities of India – Imphal
Meeting and assistance on arrival at Imphal Airport, our representative welcomes you and would hand over the documents and brief the tour programme . Drive to Imphal City (12 km / ½ hrs) by a private car and transfer to the hotel, whilst the room keys and check-in is organized. Overnight in Imphal.
Day 02: Imphal
Morning visit Shree Govindajee temple, a historic Vaishnavite center, State Museum, The Historic Kangla Fort, World War-II cemetery afternoon visit the Khwairamband Bazaar of Ima Market, a unique all women market where all 'Imas' or mothers run the stalls. Exquisite handlooms and handicrafts will impress you. Evening free. Overnight in Imphal
Day 03: Imphal – Loktak Lake – Imphal
After an early breakfast we take you on a full day excursion to the legendary 312 Sq km Loktak Lake is the largest freshwater lake in Northeast India (60km/2hrs) away. Stopover at Sandra Island and its quaint Tourist Bungalow and watch the local inhabitants living around this exquisite lake. Known for its floating islands and the abundance of Swamp deer it is an ideal spot for picnicking. The nearby Keibul Lamjao National Park is a wild life enthusiast's delight and it is also here that you get to see the rare and beautiful brow antlered Sangai -the dancing deer of Manipur. Among the exotic avian population, the Hooded Crane, the Black Eagle and the Shaheen Falcon beside the Eastern Site Stork, Bamboo Partridge and Green Peafowl are also found here. Species of hornbills include the Brown-backed Hornbill, Rufus-necked Hornbill, Wreathed Hornbill, and the Great Pied Hornbill. Overnight in Imphal.
Day 04: Imphal – Kohima
After morning breakfast drive to Kohima (170km/6hrs). Check in Hotel and relax. Overnight in Kohima
Day 05: Kohima
After morning breakfast visit the Khonoma, an Angami tribal village, about 20 kms. Towards the west of Kohima. The Khonoma village has its own traditions of valor and courage. The history reveals that Khonoma provided protection to several villages in good old days. The village gate tells the story of the British infiltration into Naga Hills. In Kohima, visit the War Cemetery. War Cemetery is a symbolic memorial raised as citation for the supreme sacrifices made by the officers and man during the Second World War. The state Museum treasures rare collection of articles of different tribes which speak about the history and tradition of the Nagas. Evening visit the local market. Overnight in Kohima.
Day 06: Kohima – Mokokchung
Drive to Mokokchung (140km/5hrs), the district headquarters situated at an altitude of 1325 meters above sea level. This picturesque town is the cultural centre of the AO Nagas. The AO warriors used to wear the beautiful black and red hand woven shawl with its white decorated band to signify their power over their enemies. The two main festivals of AO's are Moatsu in early May and Tsungremmong in August. Overnight in Mokokchung.
Day 07: Mokokchung – Mon
After breakfast drive to Mon (240km/8hrs), the district headquarters situated at an altitude of 897.64 meters above sea level. This picturesque town is the cultural centre of the AO Nagas. The AO warriors used to wear the beautiful black and red hand woven shawl with its white decorated band to signify their power over their enemies. The two main festivals of AO's are Moatsu in early May and Tsungremmong in August. Overnight in Mon.
Day 08: Mon
In the morning visit typical Konyak tribal village, Shangnyu. Shangyu was ruled by the chief Angh, and one of the prominent villages of the Mon District. There is a wonderful wooden monument measuring 8 feet in height and 12 feet. Breadth which is believed to be constructed by heavenly angels. The carvings of human beings and other creatures are engraved on this monument. Today, you can also visit the Konyak Murungs, where one can still see the collection of human skulls. Konyaks were head hunters in the olden days and used to keep the enemies head as a trophy. Overnight in Mon
Day 09: Mon –Dibrugarh
After breakfast drive to Dibrugarh (140km/5hrs) and check in Hotel. Evening free and relax. Overnight in Dibrugarh.
Day 10: Dibrugarh – Namphake – Dibrugarh
Early breakfast and then move to Namphake village near Naharkatia town, 65 km/2hours. It is the largest of the Tai-Phake villages in Assam, boasting 70 odd families, which trace their ancestry to the great Tai race and of Buddhist Religion. The Namphake Buddhist Monastery, one of the oldest and most respected Buddhist Monastery in Assam. The villagers live in ‘Chang Ghar’, bamboo and wood houses built on raised platforms and are mostly engaged in Agricultures. After that we can visit Singpho Village, Tai-Phake Tribal Village and Tangsa Village. Evening back to Dibrugarh, Overnight in Dibrugarh
Day 11: Dibrugarh - Sibsagar - Majuli
After breakfast drive to Majuli (170km/3hrs & 1½ hrs in ferry). Enroute visit the old capital of Ahoms who ruled Assam for 600 years before the arrival of the British into these parts. There are a number of old monuments built by them, the most significant being the huge man made tank “Sibsagar”from which the town has got its name. There is “Rang Ghar” the two storied amphitheatre built to enjoy games, sports, dance and music. The other interesting places are “Kareng Ghar”, “Talatal Ghar”, and “Shiva Dol”. After that drive for one hour and cross the Brahmaputra River by ferry to reach the world largest river island Majuli. This Island cover the area of more than 800 sq. km. situated in the north east part of India (Assam). There are over fifteen Vaishnava monasteries or satras in Majuli. These satras are regarded as the main centres for Assamese art, music, dance, drama, handicraft, literature and religion etc. Upper Majuli is inhabited by tribes like the Mising and the Deoris and is the centre of a living heritage of colourful costumes and festivals. Overnight in Majuli.
Day 12: Majuli
Majuli, the biggest river island, lap Kamalabari Satra and Auniati Satra, centers of Vaishnavite culture. Early morning we visit the satras which are praying in very unique. Afternoon visit Deori and Mishing tribal villages of their tradition, custom and their living style. Evening enjoy the traditional cultural display by tribal local people. Overnight in Majuli.
Day 13: Majuli – Kaziranga
Today we will drive back next destination to Kaziranga via Jorhat 260km/5hrs. This park is located on the South bank of the Brahmaputra and cover the area of 340 sq.kms, it is Home of Great Indian One horn Rhinoceros. Tigers are of also present in sizable numbers. Other attractions include the wild buffalo, magnificent swamp deer, hog deer, wild bear, Hoolak gibbon and Capped Langur etc. Among the birds, the Crested Serpent Eagle is common, also the Pallas Fishing eagle, Grey Headed Fishing Eagle, Crane, Great Adjutant Stork, Bengal Floricab, Bar Headed Goose, Whistling Teal and Pelican can be seen in the wild. Afternoon visit the Tea Garden and Adivashi tribal villages. Overnight in Kaziranga.
Day 14: Kaziranga
Kaziranga is the world famous national park. Kaziranga National park is one of the last places where the Indian one horn rhinoceros occurs. It is estimated that there are currently about 2000 rhinos. There also exist a relatively large population of Bengal tigers and various species of deer, buffalo, elephants, tigers and exotic birds. Full day inside the National Park for game viewing. Early morning Elephant ride. Early morning Elephant ride. After morning breakfast jeep safari in central zone. Afternoon again jeep safari in Western Zone. Overnight in Kaziranga.
Day 15: Kaziranga – Shillong
Today drive to Shillong (280km/7hrs). Shillong is the capital of misty Meghalaya also called Scotland of the East. After that we will do seight seeing in and around Shillong. We can visit Shillong Peak, Beautiful Nohkalikai and Elephant water fall and Don Bosco Museum and also visit sale emporium, enjoy the Archery competition and visit Bara Bazaar with its large display of merchandise including handicrafts and Handlooms, etc. Overnight in Shillong.
Day 16: Shillong – Cherrapunjee – Shillong
After breakfast drive to Cherrapunjee (50km/1hrs) the wettest place in the world. Whole day explore the natural scenic beauty of cherrapunjee. From Cherrapunjee we enjoy the view of Bangladesh . And also explore the Mowaiw caves which we can cross from one point to another point. We can visit the seven sister water fall, which means the seven sister of North East States – Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura. Afternoon We can visit Shillong Peak, Beautiful Elephant water fall and also visit traditional emporium in Police Bazar with its large display of merchandise including handicrafts and Handlooms, etc. Overnight in Shillong.
Day 17: Shillong – Guwahati
After breakfast drive to Guwahati (120km/3hrs) and check in Hotel. Afternoon visit Kamakya temple and world smallest River Island Umananda. Evening Boat Cruise on River Brahmaputra. Overnight in Guwahati.
Day 18: Guwahati – Delhi / Major Cities of India
Morning breakfast in hotel and transfer to Guwahati Airport (22km/0.40hrs) towards Delhi / Major Cities of India, tour end.
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