The largest state in the north eastern part of India, Arunachal Pradesh will surprise you. Mesmerising vistas of the Himalayas, unique and unexplored tribal culture, mind boggling diversity (tribes change after every 20-25 kms and their languages, traditions etc. change too!) and stunning remoteness – this is what the state is!

This itinerary offers you the best of the west Arunachal Pradesh circuit, Bomdila, Dirang and Tawang.



Day 1: Guwahati to Bhalukpong (6-7 hrs; 240 kms)

Pick up from Guwahati airport, and drive to Bhalukpong. Explore the banks of the Kameng river, where hotel is located.

Day 2: Bhalukpong to Bomdila (4-5 hrs; 100 kms)

After breakfast, drive to Bomdila. On the way, we’ll stopover at waterfalls and enjoy scenic beauty and visit Nag Mandir.

After arrival, check into hotel and leave to explore Bomdila local market and Monastery.

Day 3: Bomdila to Dirang (1 hr; 45 kms)

After breakfast, drive to Dirang.

On arrival, check in at the hotel and walk around the 9th century village, Dirang Dzong village. In the afternoon, visit TDL Monastery.

Day 4: Dirang to Tawang (6-7 hrs; 140 kms)

After breakfast, drive to Tawang. On the way, stop over at Sela Pass (13700 ft), War Memorial and Nuranang waterfalls.

Check into hotel upon arrival. Rest of the evening at leisure.

Day 5: Tawang

After breakfast, embark upon full day sightseeing of Tawang. Visit Tawang Monastery, Buddha statue, Nunnery, 6th Dalia Monastery, Craft centre & Emporium and Tawang market.

In the evening, go to Shyo village for a cultural programme where the locals will present their traditional dances.

Day 6: Tawang

After an early breakfast, drive to Bumla pass, Sungetser lake, and Ptso lake. This will be a long day of activities.

Day 7: Tawang to Dirang (6 hrs; 140 kms) Tawang to Dirang (6 hrs; 140 kms)

After breakfast, set off on the return leg of trip and drive to Dirang. On the way, visit 14th century Chaksam bridge and drive to Sangti Valley (known for its Kiwi orchards).

Day 8: Dirang to Guwahati (8-10 hrs; 500 kms) via Mandala top & Shergoan

After breakfast, drive to Guwahati, via Mandala top, enjoy the scenic beauty and 108 stupas.

And then drive to Guwahati via shergoan village.

Day 9: Departure Day

After breakfast, leave for Guwahati airport as per flight schedule.


2 Rooms on twin sharing basis

English Speaking Guide (if applicable)

Driver charges, parking, toll etc.

Cultural Programme in Shyo Village, Tawang

Bumla Permit

All Breakfasts (day 02 onwards)

One SUV (Innova/Xylo) for all transfers

One Bonfire in Dirang

Inner Line Permits

Bank transfer charges for Indian travellers

Lunches & Dinners

Snacks, Beverages and other eatables

Bank transfer charges for foreign travellers

Activities other than mentioned

Shopping, laundry & personal expenses

Anything not mentioned in ‘Inclusions’

1. Bhalukpong: Prashaanti Cottages; cottage

2. Bomdila: Tsepal Yangjom; base category room

3. Dirang: Dirang Boutique Cottages; cottage

4. Tawang: Hotel Yangzom; deluxe room

5. Guwahati: The Guwahati Address/Similar: deluxe room

  Continental Plan – Only Breakfasts

1. All hotels will provide basic services only. Room service may not be available in most .

2. Wi-if may or may not be available subject to weather conditions.

3. Lunches will be on the go. Dinners will be in-house where mentioned due to paucity of other eateries in the region. Cost of a meal will be Rs. 350 for non veg and Rs. 300 for veg, per head, approximately .

4. The car will only be available for the activities mentioned.

5. The cost mentioned in this plan is for 4 adult guests. Should you wish to enquire for a smaller or larger group, or a group with children, click here or call us .

6. It is possible to do birding on Sela Pass. Should this interest you, we will include it in the itinerary and send a revised cost as well.

7. We will need copies of Aadhar Card to process your ILP (Inner Line Permit).

8. Costs quoted valid for Indian Citizens only.

9. The itinerary can be customised to include a day or two at Kaziranga National Park in Assam, but you’d then have to spare a few more days.

10. This itinerary involves a lot of road travel, which is inevitable given the topography of the region. Attempts to hurry the pace of travel will result in a very hectic trip.


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