Day 1: Bomdila – Tawang
Today we visit Bomdila Monastery – a beautiful monastery amidst nature. Later we proceed to Tawang, en route we visit Sela Pass and Sela Lake which gives some delightful views of eastern Himalayan ranges, followed by a visit to Jaswant Garh Indo Chinese War Memorial – a memorial in honor of the late Jaswant Singh Rawat and Kiwi garden.
Day 2: Tawang
Today early morning we proceed to Bum la Pass – Situated at the Indo-China border, 15,200 ft. above sea level. (Please Note: We visit Bum la Pass if we get permission from the Indian army. Also only if the roads are operational). Later we proceed to visit Peng Teng Tso Lake and Shungatser or Madhuri Lake – which became popular due to its appearance in the Bollywood movie Koyla. It is also known as Madhuri Lake as it is named after the lead actress in the movie. In the evening we visit the Tawang War Memorial – built-in memory of the brave soldiers who sacrificed their lives in the Sino-Indian war and enjoy the Sound and Light Show.
Day: 3 Tawang – Bomdila
Today we visit Tawang Monastery – the 2nd largest monastery in Asia. Later we proceed to Bomdila. En route we visit Nuranang waterfall at Jang – one of the most spectacular waterfalls which offer a pristine and beautiful experience.
Day 4: Bomdila – Tezpur – Kaziranga
Today we proceed to Kaziranga – where wildlife roams fearlessly and enjoy a beautiful rendezvous with nature. En-route we visit Nag Temple – a Temple dedicated to a snake god and Agnigarh – the site of a fortress, which as per the Hindu mythology, was built by Banasura to keep his daughter Usha in isolation. On arrival at Kaziranga, we have some free time for relaxing.
Day 5: Kaziranga
Today we experience a thrilling jeep safari at Kaziranga National Park for wildlife viewing. We will come face to face with one-horned rhino’s, elephants, deer’s and rare migratory birds. Later we visit Orchid Park – an orchid house with over 600 species from Northeast India, bamboo and medicinal herb gardens, a cactus house, and a handicrafts museum.
In the evening we enjoy the spectacular Bihu dance – the indigenous folk dance of Assam.
It’s time now to say goodbye to our travel companions. Let’s stay in touch with each other through email, phone, WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram and meet again on yet another memorable tour. See you all!!