If you are looking for a destination where you will not only explore the extremely rich culture and traditions of the tribal people but also you can fulfill your dream of visiting some of the most adorable scenic vistas. Browsing this 6 nights and 7 days long Southern Arunachal Tribal tour package lets you a perfect opportunity to interact with the tribal people living in Londing, Khonsa, and Villages. So, what else to wait for? Pack your bags and embark on this wonderful trip.
- Stroll along the local market areas in Dibrugarh.
- Visiting the tribal villages and learning about their cultures and traditions.
- Visit the local markets from where you can buy some amazing handicrafts and handloom products to décor the walls of your home.
Arunachal Cultural Tour Itinerary
Day 1 :Dibrugarh- Khonsa
Upon your arrival at the airport in Dibrugarh, you will be welcomed and firmly greeted by our tour representative who will then take you towards Khonsa. After reaching the destination, complete the required check-in formalities at the hotel and have a mouth-watering lunch. Next leave for the sightseeing tour in Khonsa where you will be visiting the museum of weaving and handicraft and then later in the evening walk along the local market areas and then head back to the hotel for a relaxing overnight stay.
Day 2 :Khonsa
Post a hearty breakfast at the hotel, witness the admiring lifestyle of people living in Nocte tribal village. While driving towards Khonsa, you will be making halt at Pongkong and Khate and then when it gets dark head back to the hotel in Khonsa for overnight stay.
Day 3 :Khonsa- Wakka- Londing
After finishing the morning meal start your drive towards Wakka via Longding route. On reaching Wakka, check-into the comfy hotel room after completing all the required formalities at the hotel and then go for a relaxing overnight stay.
Day 4 :Wakka- Londing
Early morning after a healthy breakfast start your drive towards Londing where on the way you will be interacting with the natives of Wancho tribe so communicate with them and learn about their culture and tradition. On reaching the desired destination, you will be transferred to your pre-decided hotel where you will be spending your night.
Day 5 :Londing – Pangchau
Early morning start your drive towards Pangchau where on the way you will be covering Wancho tribal villages including Mintong, Niausa, Boniya, and Niaunu. Arrangements for your overnight stay have been made at Londing.
Day 6 :Londing – Dibrugarh
Commence your road journey towards Dibrugarh after you binge on the relishing morning meal served at the hotel. After completing the road distance when you reach Dibrugarh, you will be escorted straight towards the pre-booked hotel.
Day 7 :Dibrugarh – Delhi
There is no schedule for the day as the journey is on end. So, after waking up treat yourself with the healthy and hearty breakfast and then drive towards the airport from where you will catch the flight for Delhi.
- Pick up and drop off service
- Smooth transfers
- Guided sightseeing experience
- Driver allowance, parking fees etc
- Meals and accommodation as per itinerary
- Expenses of personal nature
- Extra charges in case of an emergency
- Monument entrance fees, camera charges etc
- Tipping, shopping, laundry charges etc
- Anything not in the inclusions section
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q.Why is Khonsa famous?
A. Khonsa is famous for its tribal community and a unique lifestyle followed by the villagers here. It is also famous for its nature walks and trekking trails.
Q.When should i plan a trip to North east india?
A. March to June are the best months to plan a trip to North east india.
Q.How far is Wakka from Londing?
A. Wakka is 29 to 30 kms away from Konding and it is connected with roads.
Q.What are some famous trekking trails in north east india?
A. Some of the most famous trekking trails are: Goechala pass, Dzongri trek, Sandakphu trek, Dzukou valley trek, Barsey rhododendron trek etc.
Q.How many tribes reside in Arunachal Pradesh?
A. Arunachal pradesh is home to over 26 different major tribes as well as sub tribes.