April 14-19, 2024Trip fees: ₹18300/-
Available Seats: 7
|Arrival at Guwahati Hotel. Free day to explore yourself.
|Early morning drive to Dirang (310 km / 9 hrs approx.).
|Visit old Dirang Village and Dirang Dzong (17th-century fort). Eastern Himalaya.
|Check into hotel for dinner and overnight stay.
|After breakfast Drive to Tawang (145 km / 7 hrs approx.).
|Tawang Home Stay
|Enroute, visit Sela Pass, Paradise Lake, and Jashwant Garh.
|Check into hotel in Tawang.
|Evening visit Tawang Monastery. Overnight Stay
|Day trip to PT T’so, Bumla Pass, and Sangetsar Lake (Madhuri Lake).
|Tawang Home Stay
|Visit Penga Teng Tso (PT T’so) and Sangetsar Lake.
|Explore Bumla Pass (subject to Army permission).
|Overnight stay in Tawang.
|Drive to Bomdila (187 km / 8 hrs approx.) after breakfast.
|Enroute, visit Nuranang waterfall
|Visit upper or lower Gompa and explore the town.
|Check into hotel in Bomdila. Overnight stay
|Transfer to Guwahati for departure.
|Arrival at Guwahati Hotel. Overnight Stay at Guwahati, If you reach early you can visit many places in Guwahati, For a day trip at Guwahati, You can contact us : at 98476 92122
|Guwahati – Dirang (310 km / 9hrs.approx.) Today early morning pick up from your location and drive to Dirang. This drive will be through the scenic view of the Eastern Himalayas. If time permits, we shall visit old Dirang Village and Dirang Dzong. Check into the hotel on arrival. Dinner and overnight.
|Locally known as ‘DZONG’, the 17th-century fort at Dirang represented the authority of the King / Chief and also acted as an important center of public administration. It was also the center of military and judicial activities concerning the entire population within his jurisdiction. The fort was built at Dirang in 1831. It is strategically located and is a four-storied fortified building in which the entire village could take refuge at the time of war. The two-storied fort was built out of huge stone slabs and wooden logs. The wooden gate leading to the fort is decorated with local architectural designs. Realizing the importance of the monument recently the archeological department of the state has initiated moves to renovate the fort and also to declare it as a national monument.
|Dirang – Tawang (145 km / 7 hrs.approx.) On this day Proceed to Tawang – Located at a height of about 3048m, is known for many important and beautiful monasteries and is famous as the birthplace of Dalai Lama. On the way visit the world’s second highest motorable pass – Sela Pass (13,700ft) along a lake called Paradise Lake (Sela Lake) and visit JashwantGarh – a memorial to the brave soldier who single-handedly tried to hold off approaching Chinese from the pass during the 1962 Indo-Chinese war. Then continue your drive towards Tawang. Check into the hotel on arrival. Evening visit the Tawang Monastery. Overnight.
|Tawang – day trip to PT T’so, Bumla pass and Sangetsar Lake (Madhuri Lake) Today morning visit PengaTeng Tso (PT T’so), located about 20 km from Tawang is a high-altitude lake at around 12,000 feet. This serene lake is located amidst sensational natural beauty with snow-capped mountains surrounding it on all sides.
|Sangetsar Lake, a further 20 kms drive from PT Tso, is famously called Madhuri Lake. An earthquake in this region resulted in the formation of Sangetsar Lake in 1971, which until then was grassland that served the cattle of the locals here. The lake with picturesque snow-capped mountains surrounding it and the valley offers spectacular views. Enjoy a casual stroll along the pathways around the Lake. Bumla Pass, the Indo-China border that lies at 16000 ft altitude is the right place for you to assess your fitness level if you love adventure. Bumla Pass was the passage used by the Dalai Lama to escape from Tibet and to enter India. Later transfer back to Tawang. Stay overnight at your hotel.
|Do note that: a visit to PT Tso, Sangetsar Lake, and Bumla Pass is subject to permission granted by the Indian Army. The permit can be obtained locally (at Tawang) from the DC office and cannot be guaranteed in advance. Today local sightseeing in Tawang will be carried out by local vehicles and the vehicle category will be Tata Sumo or similar due to road conditions.
|Tawang – Bomdila (187 km / 8 hrs.approx.) Today morning drive down to Bomdila – a beautiful small town situated about 8000 ft. above sea level. Enroute visit Nuranang waterfall. On arrival check into the hotel. Later visit upper or lower Gompa in Bomdila. One can also stroll around the town. Overnight.
|Bomdila – Guwahati This morning after breakfast transfer to Guwahati, Departure
Available Seats: 7
|At the Time Of Registration
|Before Feb 25, 2024
|Before Mar 25, 2024
|Cancellation Fee (Per Head)
|Cancellations prior to 60 days from the start of the trek
|Cancellation between 45 days and 30 days to the start of the trek
|Cancellation between 30 days and 15 days to the start of the trek
|Cancellation less than 15 days to the start of the trek
VALUES WE FOLLOW
Most of our day trips start early in the morning, and we believe in giving you the flexibility to explore local cuisine. You will have the opportunity to enjoy meals at various hotels and eateries along the way. This way, you can savor the local flavors and choose meals according to your preferences.
Tawang experiences a cold climate throughout the year. Summers are cool, with temperatures ranging from 5°C to 22°C. Winters are cold, with temperatures dropping to as low as -10°C. It’s advisable to carry warm clothing, especially if you are visiting during the winter months.
We take care of arranging the necessary permits for your Tawang trip. To expedite the process, we kindly request the following documents from our guests: A scanned copy of your E Aadhar card.
Two passport-size photos.
These documents are essential for obtaining the required permits, and sharing them with us in advance ensures a smoother and more efficient permit application process.
Tawang is situated at a high altitude, and visitors may experience symptoms of altitude sickness. It’s recommended to acclimatize properly, stay hydrated, and avoid strenuous activities in the initial days. If symptoms persist, it’s essential to seek medical assistance.
The best time to visit Tawang is from March to June when the weather is relatively mild, and the natural beauty is at its peak. However, adventure enthusiasts might enjoy the snow-covered landscapes during the winter months from October to February.
While there are a few ATMs in Tawang, it’s advisable to carry sufficient cash, as network issues or machine downtime may occur. Ensure you have enough funds for your entire trip.
The road conditions in Tawang can vary, with some stretches being challenging due to hilly terrain.
Tawang offers a variety of local dishes, including momos, thukpa, yak meat, and local bread called khura. Make sure to try these delicacies to experience the unique flavors of the region.
We prioritize providing comfortable and clean accommodations for our guests. While our packages do not offer luxury stays, we ensure that the selected lodgings maintain a high standard of cleanliness and hospitality. The focus is on offering a genuine and immersive experience, allowing you to connect with the local culture and surroundings. Our team selects accommodations based on their reputation for providing a welcoming atmosphere, ensuring your stay is enjoyable and memorable.