Dibrugarh airport is well-connected via frequent direct flights to most major cities of the country.
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Hike unexplored trails in the Namdapha National Park, spot a range of rare birds and animals, taste the aromatic tea of Assam, visit the bird sanctuary of the Dibru Saikhowa National Park, trek alongside the Namdapha River on a rocky bed, visit the ethnic Lisu natives at the Embeong village, go camping in the midst of a rainforest and sleep in tents listening to the beating heart of nature.
On this 10-day Namdapha trek, you'll spot rare, avian beauties like the snowy-throated babbler, the rusty-bellied shortwing and see the native wildlife like red pandas and hoolock gibbons. You'll have one thrilling adventure after another, as you visit deep corners of a rainforest, so dense and so overgrown that it'll remind you of the tropical rainforests of the Amazon.
The Namdapha National Park, in the north-eastern state of Arunachal Pradesh, is a lesser-known, non-commercial destination for a trek. The national park is dissected by several water bodies like the Noa Dihing River and the Namdapha River, giving rise to a thick and sprawling rainforest.
Apart from hundreds of species of birds like hornbills and woodpeckers, local wildlife like deer and elephants, tiny insects like butterflies and moths, the rainforest has also reported several sightings of leopards and tigers. With gigantic, moss-laden trees and overgrown shrubs covering acres and acres of land, the muddy trails in the remote national park are entirely cut off from civilization. The mountain range of Mt. Dapha Bum, with snow-covered peaks rising in the distance, offer enticing views from specific vantage points along the trails.
Explore trails and routes in the Namdapha National Park. | Spot a range of several exotic birds, animals and insects. | Spend your nights in tents pitched in the rainforest. | Visit the biosphere of the Dibru Saikhowa National Park. | Trek to the Embeong village, settled by ethnic Lisu natives. | Explore a rich, ecologically diverse terrain on the Namdapha trek.
Arrive at the Dibrugarh airport. Here, a representative of the tour operator will meet you and escort you to the town of Tinsukia in a non-AC, private vehicle. The 1-hr drive will take you past open fields and green meadows. Check-in to the hotel in Tinsukia and spend the evening at leisure. You can visit the local marketplace to shop for any last minute essentials or visit local places of attraction. Overnight in a hotel at Tinsukia.
Overnight in a hotel at Tinsukia.
Arrive at the Dibrugarh airport and travel to Tinsukia in a non-AC, private vehicle. You'll be accommodated in a hotel in Tinsukia. In the evening, you can visit the local marketplace and explore the town. Today's meal package includes lunch and dinner only. You can have breakfast at the airport or en route to Tinsukia at your own expense.
Lunch | Dinner
For cancellations made more than 45 days prior to departure of the Namdapha trek: 100% refund, minus a cancellation charge of INR 5,000 per person.
For cancellations made 45-30 days prior to departure of the Namdapha trek: 50% refund.
For cancellations made less than 30 days prior to departure of the Namdapha trek: no refund.
In case of no show: no refund.
All refunds will be processed after deducting a transaction fee of INR 200 per person. This fee is charged by The Great Next.
Consumption of alcohol, drugs and tobacco products like cigarettes is strictly prohibited during the Namdapha trek.
Travellers are requested to treat the local culture with respect and avoid littering, defacing property and monuments and causing general disturbance.
Travellers are required to follow instructions of the trek leader during the Namdapha trek.