Ladakh tribal tour for Photographer

Tour code: DT-801-LTTS- 2023

Ladakh – the land of high passes- marks the boundary between the peaks of the western Himalaya and the vast Tibetan plateau. We focus this special interest Ladakh tribal tour to keep in mind for the anthropologist to human culture interest photographers / in our below given tribal tour of ladakh itinerary here we focus the real culture and isolated villages and areas of Khampa tribe Tos Kar region, Changpa tribe of Changthang region, Brokpa (Aryan tribe ) of Dard region and try to excursion the real culture , custom , ancient saltements , music and dances, food habitant etc.
Our local team help you to interact more with the tribes and flexible during your trip.

Best time to visit the Photography tour in Ladakh- June to September

what you bring with you : Camera- woolen cloth for use- torch light during camping- water bottle- medicine

what we provide: During camping we provide tent with mattress- dinner during camping- taxi with all sightseeing- guide on request- permit paper – commitment what we committed to you

Suggested itinerary

Day1- Delhi- Leh
Upon arrival Leh airport meet our representative and transfer to hotel / if time permit visit the old part of leh town such as Santi stupa, Leh market / and interect with our guide regarding berief of tour program.
Overnight- Leh

Day2- Leh- Tos Kar (4hr drive+ visit)
Morning after breakfast proceed to Tos Kar region / check in a camp.
Pm- visit the Kampa tribe area / Photography and back to camp.
Overnight- Tos Kar ( camping- swiss tent)

Day3- Tos Kar – Tos- Moriri (3hr drive+ visit)
Early standup and meet again the Kampa people at the nomadic camp site (early morning light is best for photography)
Then proceed to Tos Moriri / check in a clean comfort swiss camp
Overnight- Tos-Moriri (camping- swiss tent)

Day4- Tos-Moriri- Changtang- Tos Moriri (4hr drive + visit)
Early standup and drive towards Changtang region meet the Changpa tribe at their natural camping carnval . full day photoshoot at there and back to Tos Moriri.
Overnight- Tos-Moriri (camping- swiss tent)

Day5- Tos-Moriri- Leh (7hr drive)
Visit the Karzon village/ see the activities of the classic people at there photoshoot and then back to leh.
Overnight- Leh (Hotel)

Day6- Leh- Aryan valley(6hr drive+ visit)
Morning after early breakfast drive towards Aryan valley
Check in a nice camp site at there.
Pm- meet my friend Aryan tribal cheap at his village/ also photography at the village with the help of our local tribal guide
Overnight- Aryan village (camping- swiss tent)

Day7- Aryan village tour (full day)
Meet the Aryan people at the specific different Aryan villages/ (the local Aryan boy is my friend who know our team (driver and guide) and will accompanying with you to interact with the people for photography /if you desire traditional group tribal dance with proper traditional music and custom (organize by us)
Overnight- Aryan village (camping- swiss tent)

Day8- Arayn village- Lamayur monastery (Gompa) – Leh (6hr drive+ visit)
Morning after breakfast check out and drive to Leh and enroute visit the Lamayur Buddhist monastery / explore the lifestyle of Monks (with their traditional lifestyle and custom )
Overnight- Leh (Hotel)

Day9- Leh- Departure
Morning after breakfast check out departure towards to airport with lots of sweet memories.

Tour concludes:

Tribes of Ladakh:

Khampa– There is a state name Kham in Tibet and the people of that state are known as Khampa . and it is believed that they have migrated from that area.
They are more Tibet- mongo lied feature. They are nomadic
They live around Tso Kar (white lake). Who can often seen taking advantage of the summer and moving herds of goats, cows.
Khampas live in large, movable family tents referred to as Chinese cowboys.

Changpa– A very hospitable semi-nomadic Tibet-mongolied featured tribe in changtang region of Ladakh called Changpa ..
Their octangle shaped grand huge thick tent made by goat and sheep skin woven with fur of yak called Rebo . which save the extremely cold weather and snow fall by nature
In the same tent with family and cattle herd they stay along with during winter.
The main sources of income is the fine poshmina goat wool / goat chess , milk

Brokpa (Aryan): The steep bare walls of the Indus river valley of North-western Ladakh give the terraced fields more light and heat than other parts , which , combined with the lower altitude, enables rich crops of Vegetables and fruits (especially apricots) to grow here. The area most famous for its inhabitants, known as “Brokpa” (People of the land)
An ancient they are indo- Iranian race called pure Aryan tribe of the world . very different from Originaly ladakhi people / some historian says that they are the army family of Alexegender the great of Masidonia.
They are tall, light eyed, high cheek bones and fair skinned. The cause of preserve the similar physical a ethnicity from the beginning is due to inter marrying (with in their community).

The traditional custom of these Aryans including elaborate head gear made of flowers called Tepi. Women decorate with nice long metal ear-rings. Very special custom during special occasions like wedding and festival
Festival in Ladakh- Mostly the festival is summer June to sept

Ladakh festival at Leh 1st to 5th Sept.
Aryan festival at Bhima Aryan village End of Aug.
Matho Gompa festival (very special for Monk) at Matho Feb- March
Lamayur Gompa festival at Lamayur July
Note- all the season the very cold weather so during your trip please bring thick woolen cloth with you

You can revised or changed of the above the program accordingly your choice too before finalize.

Note- We are not responsible of any natural disaster during your trip

Nagaland Tribal Tour

Nagaland, is the state of North eastern part of India , which cover almost 80% of forest and 89% of total population is tribal . This is the land of mysterious and once famous for head hunters/ for expand the territory they hunted the neighbour villagers and brought their head like a trophy. But now the time changed Govt facilitate all legal facility and try to upgrade their culture again / due to influence of missionary most of the tribal population change their religion into Christian but still they preserve their culture (fair &festival ,costume and nature worship) and now they welcome guest to their villages and they survive very happy life. Previous it had needed permit but now it need not any pre-permit but after arrival the town / guest most enter their name along with the photocopy of passport/ visa to the near by police station.

This is the land full of nature, ethnic people , colourful weekly market, fair and festival and many more. Tribal tour in Nagaland is very special for special interest guest. In our suggested below given day to day tribal tour itinerary of Nagaland out of 16 different tribal group of the state we have designed some of the special tribal group who keep their colourful tradition, costume, culture, their isolated villages also accordingly driving distance, sightseeing, duration of tour, of all different ethnic group to keep in mind the interest of our valuable guests.

Tour code: DT- 820/ NTTS- 2023-24
Tour highlight: Most ethnic villages in Nagaland for special interest guests & photographers
Destination cover: Dimapur- Khonma village- Thoupma- Mokokchung- Mon- Dibrugarh with different ethnic villages
Duration of tour: 8days/ 7nights (from weekend- Saturday to weekend-Saturday which save time and real value of money)
Suggested itinerary : This special interest itinerary for Photographer and ethnic culture oriented guests for any special tribal festival tour the itinerary become revised

Day 01 : (sat) – There are Connected Flight from Delhi- or – Kolkata to – Dimapur :
Upon arrival at Dimapur airport meet our representative and transfer to hotel.

After noon if time permit visit the local tribal market in Dimapur
Overnight- Dimapur

Day 02 : (sun)- Dimapur – Khonma (Angami tribal village)- Touphema : (Total driving hour: 4 hr + visit)

Nagaland Tribal_Tour Angami tribal village

meet the special Angami tribe at their ethnic village at Khonma excursion their special settlement on abode of hill slope and their lifestyle , costume and hospitality

Overnight- Touphema

Day 03 : ( Mon ) Touphema – Angami Naga village – Mokokchung (4.30hr drive+ visit)

Nagaland Tribal Tourn Angami tribal village dulcimertours

morning meet the colourful Angami naga tribe at their village if possible enjoy their group dance (with proper traditional attire, subject to available the village chief)

Then drive towards to Mokokchung / check in a clean comfort hotel

Overnight- Mokokchung

Day 04 : (Tuesday)-Mokokchung- AO naga village – Mokokchung (total 3hr drive+ visit)

Nagaland Tribal Tour Mo kokchung AO naga village dulcimertour

Meet the very friendly AO Naga tribes at their isolated villages , warm welcome by the village chief / very nice for photography.
Overnight: Mokokchung

Day 05 : (Wed)-Mokokchung – Konyak tribal village- Mon (5hr drive+ visit)

Nagaland Tribal Tour Mokokchung – Konyak tribal village dulcimertour

meet the most colourful Konyak tribe at their isolated village in Mon area. Warm welcome by their family members / very best for photography

Overnight- Mon

Day06- (Thursday)-Mon- Longwa (Konyak tribal village- Mon (total 4hr drive+ + visit)

Nagaland Tribal Tour Longwa (Konyak tribal village dulcimertour

Full day excursion the most colorful Konyak (head hunter naga tribe) at their isolated village in the border of India- Mymar border – very nice for photography/ if desire enjoy the traditional cooked food at the village chief house.
Overnight- Mon

Day7- (Friday)- Mon- Special Konyak village- Dibrugarh (total 5.30 hr drive+ visit)

Nagaland Tribal Tour Special Konyak village Dibrugarh dulcimertour

early start to meet the very special Konyak naga tribe at their very isolated village in the core of Nagaland , where group of Konyak tribe both male and female are very friendly warm welcome by them / best for photography.
Overnight- Dibrugarh

Day8- (Saturday)- Departure

Morning after breakfast check out and departure toward Dibrugarh airport to your onward journey with lots of sweet memories

Tour concludes:

The Konyak tribe: They are Tibeto- burmise origin( which we have detail described in our North-East tribal tour package) , live in the isolated zone of Mon area of northern Nagaland and one of the major tribes of the state. Once they were famous for head hunter / and they hunted head to their neighbour villagers for expand of territory , for hunting head they use different traditional weapon including daws (a traditional knife) , and then they brought the enemy head as a trophy to their village/ then after they tattoo their face and body as a victor.
The village chief is called Angh (like king) – and their main long house straw and palm leave thatch hall for meeting called Murong which also they keep their traditional weapon and musical instrument including long wooden hand made drum / most of the special house out decorate with skull of animals / inside of the hall they keep cooking by fire wood and just upper into it they preserve their surplus animal meat / and smoke to preserve it for future use.
They use bone and other stone jewelry , they ladies use traditional hand made black skirt and men use hand made shawl type with nice wild pig bone with bear skin head gear.

They have good traditional wood carving and weapon making skill .

Major Festival they celebrate:

Name of the grand festival Place of festival Celebration date
Aoleang Longwa, Mon area 1st – 6th April every year
Horn bill festival Kohima 1st – 10th December every year

Photography : Allowed by the permission of Angh (village chief, who is our very good friend- he knows our team)

The AO naga: They are one the major tribe (Tibeto- burmise origin) mostly found in Mokokchung district in Nagaland. Speak sino-tibeto language chungli AO, Mongsen AO, and western Mokokchung district only three village can speak Changki AO,

Most Hospitality AO naga village in Mokokngchung district is- Chuchuyimlang, Mopungehukit, Impur, Ungma, Lonkhom,

Out of all the AO naga celebrate their grand festival – “ Moatsu” , it is a festival of Bonding , this festival celebrated after the season of sowing is over. It continue with vigorous singing and dancing customary practices of making the best rice beer and rearing the best pigs for slaughtering during the festival. The women flok, dressed in their traditional fineries, join the men folk in composing warrior songs. Villagers sing songs to eulogize the lovers and the village folk as a whole. The elders encourage the youth to be bold and heroic for defending the villages from enemies, a custom continued from the head-hunting days.

Major Festival they celebrate:

Name of the grand festival Place of festival Celebration date
Moatsu Chuchuyimlang 1st -3rd May every year
Horn bill festival Kohima 1st– 10th December every year

Photography : Allowed by the permission of Chuchuyimlang village chief

The Angami Naga:- These tibeto- burman tribal community fourth largest populated group in Nagaland found in Kohima and Dimapur district of Nagaland. Their neighbor called them Tenyimia means Swift walker. Entire Angami land is divided into four geographical part such as Northern , western , southern and plan platoo. Each area has different oral language and out of all Tenyidie is their most prestigious one with written in Roman script.

Their village boundary is out cover with field called khel and every entrance of village is nice display of clan mark and in the village Morung they called Kichuki and Tehuba which is male and female dormitory respectively . after adult sent the youth stay there and learn their life style.

Out of all their main festival is – Sekrenyi , it is a celebration of purification accompanied with feasting and singing. A highlight of Sekrenyi is the Thekra Hie, when the village youths gather and croon traditional songs throughout the day.

Major Festival they celebrate:

Name of the grand festival Place of festival Celebration date
Sekrenyi Thouphema & Khonma village 25th – 27th February every year
Horn bill festival Kohima 1st– 10th December every year

The Rengma Naga:- The Rengmas are Tibeto- Burman origin and an ancient days they called the slave of Angami naga but now there is no slavery system in India and they settle in Kukri hill of Kohima district. They male wear tail shaped very lean cloth to cover the lower part and female wear black color skirt type of costume. Which they dye the color from nature at their own hand made looms. They believe age old traditional shift cultivation / hunting and gathering is also way of their life. Stay in bamboo made straw thatch up ground houses in the high hill area. Bamboo made handicraft is the main occupation of traditional Rengmas’. Their morung called Rensi , where they settle their village and family dispute too.

They celebrate Ngada is the main festival just after the harvest. It is the festival of thanksgiving and rejoiing. Ngda also underscores the end of the agricultural year. The village high priest (Phensengu) hearalds the beginning of the festival at the top of his voice, so that he villagers can prepare themselves for it.

Major Festival they celebrate:

Name of the grand festival Place of festival Celebration date
Ngada Tseminyu / Thouphema village 27th & 28th November every year
Horn bill festival Kohima 1st– 10th December every year

Note- Accordingly tour duration Guests can add Arunachal Pradesh Tribal touror North East Tribal tour with This special Nagaland Tribal Tour too / But You are requested to inform us during final booking of Nagaland tour or in Advance

Tribal village Tour in Arunachal Pradesh

The first rising sun state of India- Arunachal Pradesh is prosperous with 26 different tribal community and out all accordingly the colorfulness , culture , place of interest , distance, fair and festival we try to present here  Nyishi, Apatani, Tagin, Gallo, Hill miri, Adi and Mishmi Tribe in this special interest tour package and try to make your Arunachal tribal tour memorable with value of your budget.

Arunachal Pradesh

Tour code: DT- 801/ ARTT- 2021-22
Tour Highlight : Different isolated villages of Ethnic group in Arunachal Pradesh for special interest guest and Photographer
Destination cover: Guwahati- Tezpur- Itanagar- Ziro- Daporijo- Along- Pasighat- Dibrugarh and different tribal villages in Arunachal pradesh
Duration of Tour: 10Days

Visit permit : Required For Foreigner Per head 30 USD For 15 days (mandatory) of some special zone of Arunachal pradesh / it can extent for more 7 days on chargeable basis.

How many day before you should get it: 15 days (two week before allow the photocopy of passport and visa)

Who make permit: Our company – Dulcimer Tours get the permit for you (but you should send the photocopy of your passport and visa )

Suggested itinerary:
Day1- Guwahati- Tezpur (3.30hr drive)
Upon arrival Guwahati meet our representative and by road transfer to Tezpur (one of the ancient town of Assam)
Overnight: Tezpur

Day2- Tezpur-  Itanagar- (6.30hr drive+ visit)
Morning heritage walk at Tezpur to cover the old part of the ancient town. Then afternoon visit the market at Itanagar./ best for photography point of view.
Overnight- Itanagar.

Day3- Itanagar- Nyishi Tribal village- Ziro (6hr drive+ visit)
Meet the Nyishi tribe at their isolated village While you drive towards Ziro , if possible enjoy the local hygienic cooked food in the village chief house.
Check in a nice clean home stay in Ziro/ warm welcome by friendly host and his family.
Overnight- Ziro

Day4- Ziro –Apatani tribal village
Full day excursion the life style of Apatani tribe at Ziro valley
Overnight- Ziro

Day5- Zero- Hill Miri tribal village- Daporijo (7hr drive+ visit)
Meet the Hill Miri tribe at their remote village of Raga hill range.
Overnight- Daporijo

Day6- Daporijo – Tagin tribal village
Full day excursion the Tagin tribal village
Overnight: Daporijo

Day7- Daporijo- Galo Tribal village- Along (7hr drive+ visit)
Morning after breakfast drive toward Along enroute visit the traditional Galo tribal village in Raglam jungle range
Overnight- Home stay in Along

Day8- Along –
Whole day program at Along. Visit Adi Gallong tribal villages at Kombo, Pching area and cross the cane bridge to connect the remote Adi village.
Overnight- Along.

Day9- Along- Dibrugarh– (5.30hr drive+ visit)
After breakfast drive to Pasighat the main town of eastern Himalayan.  Enroute visit Adi (minyong) tribal villages. Evening in the hotel.
Overnight- Dibrugarh

Day10- Departure  
Morning after breakfast drive to Dibrugarh airport board the domestic flight for  onward destination.
Tour concludes:

Note- accordingly your arrival date and duration of tour we can add and revised Your tour package of different tribal festival / also including Monpa Tribal village too (which is given below) and also Majuli cultural tour , Kajiranga national park  or continue to Nagaland tribal tour too (see our next page Arunachal and Nagaland Tribal tour package)

Tribes of Arunachal Pradesh:
The Monpa tribe:  it is one of the major tribe in Tawang dist. Of Arunachal Pradesh accommodate tradtionaly in stone and wood house.  They are the only nomadic tribes of the North-eastern region of India dependent on the animal sheep, cow, yak, goat, horse etc and they speak Tibeto- Burman Language. The people are very colorful with their hand made yak wool custom with their wood carving and Thangka (it ia a Budhist art painting on cotton and silk) carpet making also one of their other skill.
Major Festival they celebrate:

Name of the grand festival Place of festival Celebration date
Torgy Tawang 10th to 12th January every year

Photography : Allowed

The Nyishi Tribe:  These tribe are paleo- Mongoloid race and speak Tibeto- Burman language live in upper subansiri dist. Of Arunachal and they like to believe of joint family system with traditional lifestyle. They are skill in handicraft product such as shawl weaving, carpet making, bamboo and cane product etc still they believe of barter system among their neighbors .
The Nyishi tribal community of all age group celebrate the Nyokom festival for peace, productivity and prosperity and harmony of the world.
Major Festival they celebrate:

Name of the grand festival Place of festival Celebration date
Nyokom Itanagar / yazile/ Sepa 24th – 26th Feb every year

Photography : Allowed

The Apatani Tribe:  The lower subansiri area of beautiful Ziro valley is the home of Apatani tribe . Their beautiful natural settlement which make balance of ecologically (now recommended by world heritage site by UNESCO) also their beautiful ornaments such as beed necklace and the nose lob  is make separation them rest of the world.
Major Festival they celebrate:

Name of the grand festival Place of festival Celebration date
 Myoko Ziro valley 21th – 27th March every year
Dree Ziro Valley 4th & 5th July every year

Photography : Allowed

The Tagin Tribe: The home of Tagin Tribe is upper subansiri district mostly Daporijo area of Arunachal Pradesh , traditionally custom like red and while combination cloth with very special physical athencity make separate them from other. Still they believe of barter system.
Out of other the major festival of Tagin tribe is Si- Donyi
Accordingly their tradition si means Earth and Donyi means Sun , so basically it is a community festival which is worshiped to earth and sun   by the village priest for better prosperity and healthy life which and at the conclusion date it sacrificed a Mithun (Indian Bison) – because they belive it is a sacred animal which bring the prosperity .
Major Festival they celebrate:

Name of the grand festival Place of festival Celebration date
Si- Donyi Daporijo 4th -6th January every year

Photography : Allowed

The Gallo Tribe:  One of the primitive human race in the beautiful mountain valley of western siang dist. Of Arunachal is prosperous by nature is called Gallo tribe , who are sub tribe of Adi community speak Tani and Gallo language . They are polygamy and practicing of shifting cultivation . with very typical culture (including name given idea of their children) . Their most hospitality though, out standing colorful festival and isolated villages and every green mountain , river valley attract many guests to that place.
Out of all Mopin is the most colorful festival of Gallo tribe, it is mostly agriculture festival and it celebrate after harvest of rice , so all Gallo tribe worship nature goddess Mopin Ane to bring wealth and prosperous to their community . though Rice is the main staple food of Gallo for that as a symbol during their famous group dance Popir they pest the rice flour on their chick .
Major Festival they celebrate:

Name of the grand festival Place of festival Celebration date
Mopin Along 4th  & 5th April every year

Photography : Allowed

The Adi Tribe: Adi means Hill tribe of Arunachal Pradesh , divide into Bogumi & Onai group . they are animist believe of Donyi-pilo (means sun and moon ) accordingly anthropologist these people migrates from south china on 16th c AD. Like to leave in a isolated virgin land of west siang , lower siang valley . Each   / each village has Miri  (shaman) house – who is spiritual doctor of the society.
Each village has female dormitory house where they learn their lifestyle at there including the old women wear yellow necklace & spiral earrings and tattooing is very interesting and the nice helmet made for male by bamboo , cane and hornbill feather make Adi very special.
Miri take the lead role during communal and festival group dance popularly called Ponung ,( and their dance divided into four division Ponung, Delong, Yakjong and Tapu and at the end weapon show to the evil spirit to prevent from evil eye)
Out of all Adi tribe celebrate many festival and out of all Solung is the grand one
Major Festival they celebrate:

Name of the grand festival Place of festival Celebration date
Donggin Along valley 2nd -5th Feb every year
Aran Along valley 7th March every year
Etor Along valley 15th May every year
Solung Pashighat/ Boleng 1st – 3rd Sept. every year
Podi Barbi Along valley 5th December every year

Photography : Allowed

The Hill Miri Tribe: The Hiill miri Tribe of Arunachal are live in lower siang valley around Daporijo and Along area, custom is Hill miri are very different the gents wear very lean cloth with bearskin head gear holding usually a machete (a kind of axe) and a knife and female wear blouse with a long cloth which knot at waist point with very special hair style.
Out of all Boori Boot festival is famous amoung them , in this festival they getting together to welcome the spring and successful harvest lead by Nibu (tribal priest)
Major Festival they celebrate:

Name of the grand festival Place of festival Celebration date
Boori Boot Daporijo 6th February every year

The Mishmi Tribe: The Mishmi tribe lives in the isolated villages of Wakro valley in Arunachal Pradesh. They divided into three sub tribes such as Idu Mishmi , Digaru Mishmi and Miju Mishmi
Each sub tribe of Mishmi tribe different  among each other their hair style and ornamental boarders costume / their head gear woven by cane / women wear beautiful silver ornaments with black skirts and shawl .
Amoung all Reh is the main festival of Idu-Mishmi tribe, where they worship of mother goddess Nanyi Inyitaya , this festival continue three days and at the day of conclusion a Mithun (Indian Bison) sacrificed near goddess for good life.
Major Festival they celebrate:

Name of the grand festival Place of festival Celebration date
Reh Roing / Anini 1st -3rd February every year
Tamla -Du Tezu/ Wakro/ Chongkham 15th-17th February every year

Photography- allowed


North East Tribal Tour

Tour Highlight:– It is very special interest combine economy  package of Assam- Arunachal and Nagaland tour where  our guest can excursion – the age old traditional lifestyle  of different ethnic group at their different isolated villages of Arunachal Pradesh ,  the most tribal community of Nagaland – The Konyak (once famous for head hunters) at their very isolated villages of indo- Miyamar (previous name was Burma) border.  The very different Costume and Accommodation- (the typical settlement of different tribal group at the natural ambiance and each group costume is differing from others.).

Including the culture of different ethnic group guest can relax and rewind their energy at the largest river island in the world- at Majuli and the culture and traditional lifestyle of Vaishnav sadhus (holy people- of all age group)  at their different satras (monasteries)

At the conclusion  meet unique endanger specie- one horn rhinos with unique flora and fauna at Kaziranga National park during open jeep and elephant safari

So overall  rejuvenate your soul to feel the ethnic India with you during your North- East village tour special .

Tour code:  DT-804/ NETS- 2021-22

 Destination cover: Dibrugarh- Ziro- Daporijo- Along- Mon- Majuli- Kaziranga National Park and most isolated ethnic villages of North- Eastern part of India

Duration of Tour: 15 Day/ 14 Nights

Suggested itinerary :  This suggested itinerary has deigned accordingly the driving distance , sightseeing, place of interest / it can revised or change at your final choice   

Day1- Flight from Delhi/ Calcutta- Dibrugarh

Upon arrival at Dibrugarh airport meet our representative and transfer to hotel / handover the travel document kit (Including  tour itinerary , hotel vouchers, etc ) and briefing the tour program  by our guide at hotel .

Overnight- Dibrugarh

Day2-Dibrugarh- Ziro (7hr drive+ visit)

Morning after breakfast drive to Ziro (Arunachal pradesh part) to cross the river Bhramaputra and enroute visit the ethnic village .

Overnight- Ziro

Day3- Ziro –Apatani tribal village

Full day excursion the life style of Apatani tribe at Ziro valley

Overnight- Ziro

Day4- Zero- Hill Miri tribal village- Daporijo (7hr drive+ visit)

Meet the Hill Miri tribe at their remote village of Raga hill range.

Overnight- Daporijo

Day5- Daporijo – Tagin tribal village

Full day excursion the Tagin tribal village

Overnight: Daporijo

Day6- Daporijo- Galo Tribal village- Along (7hr drive+ visit)

Morning after breakfast drive toward Along enroute visit the traditional Galo tribal village in Raglam jungle range

Overnight- Home stay in Along

Day7- Along –

Whole day programme at Along. Visit Adi Gallong tribal villages at Kombo, Pching area and cross the cane bridge to connect the remote adi village.

Overnight- Along.

Day8- Along- Dibrugarh- (5.30hr drive+ visit)

After breakfast drive to Pasighat the main town of eastern Himalayan.  Enroute visit Adi (minyong) tribal villages. Evening in the hotel.

Overnight- Dibrugarh

Day 9 : Dibrugarh – Shangnyu Village- Mon (Nagaland state) : (5 hr drive + visit)

Meet one of the most colorful tribe of Nagaland-The  Konyaks at their very isolated village Shangnyu , visit the 500 year old Ang house (village chief) . There is a wonderful wooden monument measuring 8ft. in height and 12 ft. breadth which is believe to be constructed by heavenly angels. Carvings of human beings and other creatures are engraved on this monument. Also visit to Konyak Murungs (meeting place) , where one can still see the collection of old human skulls. Konyaks were headhunters in the olden days and used to keep the enemies head as a trophy.
Then proceed to Mon.

Overnight- Mon

Day 10 : Mon – Konyank village- Mon:

Full day excursion one of the nice isolated Konyak village (core jungle and very rough road but it is safe for tourist and here the old people have been kept  their tradition , costume and ornaments. ) if desire enjoy the traditional lunch at the village chief house .

Note: Here we have not mentioned  the Longwa village which is now very commercial in tourist point of view / but if our guest like to visit Longwa , we can take them to there instead of our mentioned isolated village -choice is your.

Overnight: Mon

Day11- Mon- Majuli (5hr drive+ 1 hr ferry+ visit)

Early drive to Majuli to cross the Bhramaputra river by ferry (last ferry service is 2.30pm)

Check in a nice eco retreat at there.

Early evening visit one of the Satras (monastery ) and enjoy the classic dance organize by small child sadhus (with their traditional costume and musical instruments).

Enjoy the mouth watering traditional dinner including natural red rice and Assamies style fish curry and vegetable too at there.

Overnight- Majuli

Day12-Majuli- Vaishnav satras – Mishing tribal village (2hr drive+ visit)

Morning after early breakfast meet the different sadhus at their different Satras (very nice for photography).

Pm- visit the Mishing tribe at their isolated villages in Majuli (north western side ) – they are very friendly and very nice for photography. people still living in Bamboo house (We have very good local relation too)

Overnight- Majuli

Day13-Majuli- Kaziranga National park (5hr drive+ visit)

Morning after breakfast proceed to Kaziranga national park.

Check in a nice eco resort at there.

Overnight- Kaziranga National park.

Day14-Kaziranga National Park-safari

Early stand up for Elephant safari (with legal pre booked  permit paper ) and meet the wild One horn rhinos on nature .

Pm- afternoon again open jeep safari to meet the different animals and birds on nature including one horn wild rhinos.

Overnight- Kaziranga national park.

Note- During Monsoon (Mid May to Mid Oct) Kaziranga National remain closed every year

Day15- Departure at Guwahati airport (4hr drive)

Morning after breakfast check out and departure toward Guwahati airport to your onwards destination with lots of sweet memories  and value of your tour.

Tour concludes:

Folk festival in Assam:

Rongali Bihu- it is the most folk festival celebrate in the mid April (13th to 15th April ) every year in Assam. It is mostly the spring festival to remember the myth story of Krishna  and it derive three different days in three different fuction like 1st day is called Goru (cattle festival) Bihu then 2nd days for human being and 3rd day for god and goddess .

All Assamese family celebrate it very colorfully with folk song and special dance form both male and female called –Bihu dance.


Magh Bihu- it is the festival of agriculture so after harvest Assamese people celebrate it with very joy at the mid of January (15TH January) . Youth celebrate it with dance and folk song and every Assamese eat the new crop of their production.


Rass Lella- The largest river island in the world- Majuli’s different satras  celebrate the grand festival Rass Lella (dance and story related legend Shree krishna , Radha and Gopis (milkmaid) and it allowed the ladies to participate the colorful festival Maha Rass Lella in different satras which attract many tourist and devotees to Majuli during full moon day of Kati (November each year)


Date of Celebration of grand festival in Assam


Name of the grand festival Place of festival Celebration date
Rongali Bihu Whole Assam 13th to 15th April every year
Magh Bihu Whole Assam 15th January every year
Rass Leella Majuli Full moon of November  – (this year 29th & 30th November and 1st December 2020)

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This package we special degine for two week – But if guest like to visit  Monpa tribe in North western Arunachal pradesh , Tawang and Bomdilla Monastry in western Arunachal Pradesh at their revised itinerary also possible  and also if guest like to extend their program to Horn bill festival at Kohima –and tribal villages of Nagaland also possible at the revised program.

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North – East India Tribal Tour Special

The Thrill of North East Tribal tour attract mostly special interest guest who wants to sight the off beat destination & One of the most virgin part of wonderful tribal area of India .

The tibeto- Burmise tribal group which extend from Assam plateau and it now more elaborate in Arunachal pradesh to Nagaland carry the proud special culture of different clan / geographical condition and make all tribal group separate
Accordingly to Anthropologist In these Tibeat – Burmise tribal trail which in time being separate two part from river Bhramaputra valley the northen group settled in Arunachalpradesh and southern group extended into Nagaland .

Here we try to deep intact & try to cover the classic lifestyle and overall culture (custom, traditional dance and musical instrument, song, marriage ceremony ) of the different ethnic (tribal) groups of Arunachal Pradesh such as Monpa , Nyishi, Apatani, Adi, Hill Miri, Galo, Tagin, Mishmi (all these different tribal group are different from each other by culture)

To wonder full tribal group of Nagaland such as Konyak (previously they were head hunter) , Angami Naga , Ao Naga, Rengma etc at their very isolated villages and so on.

Also the flora and fauna of North east tour is very different from rest of the world. Thick pollution free forest, the gorgeous river Brahmaputra and freely roaming of one horned rhino at Nameri national park & Kaziranga National park (UNESCO Certified world heritage site) is proud of North east India.

If we will not mentioned here about the excursion of Vaisnav Philosophy of 22 different satras at world’s largest river island at Majuli it will incomplete . which defiantly rejuvenate your soul about the classic India
In our special unique program tribal tour in Arunachal Pradesh , Tribal tour of Nagaland including Assam is not only paradise for nature lover& culture oriented guests but also Anthropologist to Human interest photographers .

For more detail about the different tribes , distance, particular ethnic villages, instant itinerary accordingly your choice date or any other tour related quires please feel free to contact us.

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