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Assam, Nagaland & The Hornbill Festival

Assam and Nagaland are amongst the least explored destinations in India. On this journey we discover the highlights of Assam and explore the unique culture of Nagaland. We explore the tribal villages and tea gardens, enjoy sightings of one horned rhinos and a boat cruise on the Brahmaputra River to Majuli Island, the largest inhabited river island in the world, where we visit famous Hindu monasteries. We then cross into the forbidden Nagaland where we encounter traditional Naga tribes. The highlight of our journey is our time spent at the Hornbill Festival where we witness the traditional dance and songs of the colourful Naga communities. There are great photographic opportunities on this journey as we immerse ourselves in a little known culture dating back to the early 13th Century when the Ahom Kings travelled from Thailand through northern Myanmar to settle in Assam.

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1 Join Jorhat
DAY 2 Visit Sivasagar's historical monuments and tea plantations
DAY 3 Nature walk at Gibbon Sanctuary 4 Boat to Majuli Island and Mishing tribal village walk
DAY 5 Kaziranga National Park
DAY 6 Journey by road to Kohima
DAYS 7/8 Hornbill Festival
DAY 9 Diamapur, transfer to the airport where trip concludes

traveller reviews

The trip through Assam and Nagaland to the Hornbill Festival was a fabulous experience. We had an excellent guide, good quality vehicles and drivers and always excellent food.

N. Blumer Canberra, Australia

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Trip Code: ASS
Trip Grading: Adventure Touring
Duration:  9 days
Activities:  Adventure Touring Day Walking
Next Trip:  03 December 2017
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price: $2,650.00 AUD

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