Guijan (1N), Engthong(3N), Namphake(2N)

(6N/7D) - CODE ( 15 )

Day - 1 : Dibrugarh Guijan

Arrival at Dibrugarh and pick up from Airport. Then we transfer to Guijan in Tinsukia District of Upper Assam. Overnight stay at a River side Eco Resort. Evening we can have an Tea Walk at Limuguri Tea Estate or can have a walk and ride on a country boat through the Maguri Beel-a beautiful water body. Maguri Beel is a huge water body known for basically cat fishes and other verities of small local fishes. It’s a good time to enjoy the fishing over the lake apart from sighting numerous migratory birds in the evening. (as per time permits)

Day - 2 : Guijan Bardumsa Engthong

After breakfast transfer to Bordumsa at a distance of 72 km in 1.50 hr to observe the day at Shapang Yang Manao Poi festival ground (if comes during the festival time in February). Shapang Yang Manau poi is ethno-cultural festival of the Singphou Tribe of Arunachal Pradesh. Singphou people observe the festival with pomp & splendor from 12-14 Feb each year. Here we can explore folk dances of various tribes of Arunachal apart from the cultures and traditions of the Singphou Tribe. Entertaining the whole day amidst festivity we transfer to Engthong in Margherita near Assam-Arunachal border at a distance of 55 km in 1.30 hr from Bordumsa for overnight stay at a Eco Resort. (If not coming during the time of festival then we will visit local Singphou Tribes villages and to explore their livestyles.

Day - 3 : Engthong Margherita

On this day after having a traditional breakfast we will proceed to explore Margherita. Presently known as The Coal Town Margherita.. In the late nineteenth century named after the Italian queen Margarita by an Italian Engineer engaged for the construction of railway track but later during the British regime in India it became most popular for Collieries. Now the must see Coal Museum that preserves the over hundred years history of Coal mining in this remotest corner of North East India still reminds the tourists of the by-gone days of harsh coal mining and mesmeriges every visitors staying amidst the serene nature and age old collieries in the crest of the Patkai hill ranges.

Day - 4 : jayrampore Nampong lake of no return

Early in the morning having breakfast we will go to explore some interesting tourist spots of the region in Arunachal Pradesh territory. Chinese Cemetery: On this eastern most tour of India Near Jeyrampur nearing to Margherita there is a place to commemorate the over 1000 Chinese war braves who laid their lives during the World War II and is the largest gravesite in the North Eastern region of India. The graves are inscribed with Chinese texts of the identities of the war heroes. Apart from these explore more quaint places like blissful Nampong, mystic Lake of No Return, the legendary Hamilton Bridge, must see border Market participated by Indo-Myamarese Tribes people, enchanting Jayrampur and so on.

Day - 5 : Engthong Namphake

After having breakfast transfer to another fascinating place the must see Nam Phake Village near Naharkatiya in Assam at a distance of 52km covering a journey of 1.30 hr. Overnight stay at Eco Camp.

Day - 6 : namphake explore

Early in the morning having breakfast in a traditional custom & way going to explore the mesmerizing Tai Phake culture & lifestyles. Nam Phake or Tai Phake is a clan of greater Tai Community in North East India. They are Buddhist follower and rich with their unique culture and tradition. There are more to experience in this village like birding, forest walk, knowing about the oldest manuscripts & artifacts apart to the fascinating lifestyles.

Day - 7 : Naharkatiya Dibrugarh airport

After having breakfast Transfer to Dibrugarh Airport in Assam for departure. Dibrugarh is known as the Tea City of Assam on the bank of Brahmaputra river. Tour end.

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