Biswanath(1N), Ziro(3N), Tezpur(1N), Umium(1N), Cherrapunjee (2N), Guwahati (1N)

(9N/10D) - CODE ( 10 )

Day - 1 : Guwahati to Biswanath

Arrival at Guwahati and transfer to Biswanath at a distance of 270 km covering a time of 6hr. reaching Biswanath we are staying for the night near to the river Brahmaputra in a serene location of a eco camp/resort.

Day - 2 : Biswanath to Ziro in Arunachal Pradesh

After an early breakfast transfer to Ziro in Arunachal pradesh. We reaches Ziro by evening. Ziro is a picturesque place inhabited by the Apatani tribes of Arunachal and known for its unique features of wet rice cultivation of Ziro valley and warm hearted Apatani tribal people. This hill station is located at the height of 1500 m from the sea level.

Day - 3 : Local sight seeing in & around Ziro

After breakfast visit to the various tourist spots, Apatani villages, the Apatani tribes lifestyles in and around villages like Hari and hang at Ziro. The indigenous Apatani women are known for their nose rings and indigenous tattoos. Ziro has been listed for nomination as a UNESCO world heritage site for its unique culture. By evening we are visiting the local market at Hapoli-another quaint place in Ziro to know about the organic food & local cuisines.

Day - 4 : Tarin Fish Farm and Terace paddy fields

On this day after having breakfast we are exploring the high altitude Fish farms located in Tarin of Bulla village inhabited by the Apatani tribal people of Arunachal Pradesh. These Fish Farm is a popular tourist attraction and must see in Ziro where breeding of high altitude fishes is done along with the cultivation of Rice. The High Altitude Fish Seed Farm, covering an area of 7.4 hectares of land was established at Tarin of Ziro having as many as 74 number of ponds. Out of which 46 numbers are nursery ponds, 16 are rearing ponds and 12 are stocking ponds.

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