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Dibrugarh Tour Packages

Nestled in the eastern part of Assam, Dibrugarh is an emerging centre in the Northeast to receive urban development aid and rising as a communication and Industrial hub just like Guwahati and Bhubaneswar cities in that region. Dibrugarh is situated almost 440 KM east of Guwahati and is fondly called as “Tea city of India.” It sees a number of tourists and travellers throughout the year, from India as well as abroad and has been a popular travel destination to unwind and relax in the Northeastern part of India. Dibrugarh derives its name from the word "Dibrumukha", the name of the river 'Dibru' with the word 'much' meaning mouth. There are many Dibrugarh tour packages catering to business or leisure experiences. This city is also loaded with nature, wildlife and culture and is the second major city of Assam after Guwahati. Dibrugarh district is divided from east-to-west by Buridihing, a tributary of Brahmaputra. The three tea-producing districts of Tinsukia, Dibrugarh, and Sivasagar which account for approximately 50% of India's Assam tea crop can be accessed by this beautiful getaway. The course of Buridihing divides Dibrugarh and Sivasagar districts and is a main water body of the district.

Oil and timber are the other two big industries in and around Dibrugarh and these are two booming business of the city besides Tea. The best of the Dibrugarh tour packages include a tour of several tea estates, a close encounter with the wildlife of the region and adventure sports like river rafting, camping and cliff jumping. Dibru Saikhowa National Park is enveloped by Brahmaputra and Lohit rivers, providing a chance to spot Bengal tiger, Indian Leopard, Sloth Bear and a plethora of flora and fauna. Another famous pilgrimage site is the Jagannath Temple that also sees a lot of visitors as it is the exact copy of the actual Jagannath Temple in Puri. Including everything in Dibrugarh tours package, be it nature, industries based on natural resources and plantation; you get to take a pause in the serenity of the Tea gardens, stretched as far as you can see and also get to shop and enjoy the city life.

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    Dibrugarh
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    About the Activity:After your arrival at Dibrugarh airport, you will be taken to a heritage bungalow in Dibrugarh.Take a leisurely break and enjoy the fragrance of the indigenous tea coming out of the plantation and feel relaxed.Stroll through the upbeat market area of the town after enjoying a high tea at the bungalow, know the rhythm of local people there.The next day will be made awesome for you with an early morning walk through the plantations, experience the salubrious climate and the enchanting aroma from the plantation.Enjoy a guided visit to the tea factories to know the details involved in the process of tea making and trading.

    Good 3.0

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    Nainital
    d21 Days n20 Nights

    20N/21D : Delhi – Bandhavgarh – Kanha – Gir – Jim Corbett – Kaziranga - Namdapha – Dibrugarh – Delhi What will you do : Sightseeing, Wildlife Safari, Jeep Safari, Jungle Safari, Wildlife Spotting What will you see : Diverse Wildlife, National Parks, Wildlife Sanctuaries, Rich Wildlife, Varied Species India, a home to a diverse range of flora and fauna is also the home to diverse variety of wildlife species. Right from the Asiatic Elephant, One-horned Rhinos to Royal Bengal Tigers, India manages to shelter almost every existing species. According to the recent data, there exists 89 National Parks, 19 Bio-Reserves and above 400 Wildlife Sanctuaries. With such homely furnishings for the rich wildlife India has, it has become one of the most popular destinations for wildlife tours and travels. Within this tour, you will be exploring most of the popular and flourished wildlife sanctuaries and witness their wilderness with a fascinating as well as captivating approach. 

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    Dibrugarh
    d14 Days n13 Nights

    About the Destination: The ferocious and mighty Brahmaputra river unravels many charms for rafting enthusiasts. With this adventure extravaganza, enjoy the upper waters that make its way through some of the most isolated areas in India. The source of the river lies in the frosty glaciers of Tibet. Along the course, it meanders into India and then descends in full force to the Himalayan countryside and later makes its way to the plains. While winding through the celestial like Himalayas, the river unfolds some great avenues for water rafting with large stretches of Grade III and IV rapids and the occasional Class IV+ rapid. This enthralling experience Brahmaputra River Rafting starts with 3 day drive from Dibrugarh. In the beginning, enjoy a ferry ride that is flanked by greenery all around. From Tuting, indulge in rip-roaring times over 7 days and challenge the exciting rapids. Adding to the thrill of the experience is setting tents in uninhabited areas by the river and some nights inside a massive canyon. The river experience finishes at Pasighat from where you return to Dibrugarh packed with awesome memories of the trip. Meal Types: Vegetarian or Non-vegetarian (vegetarian being the primary choice) Activities: Rafting, camping, sightseeing*Check if we could put kayaking or hiking (on relaxation days taken from the itinerary) as one of the activities Duration: 13 Nights / 14 Days Difficulty Level: Vigorous Temperature: Around  10-12degrees (Days) and  3-4degrees (Nights) Maximum Altitude: Tuting at 700 M

    Very Good 4.0

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    Dibrugarh
    d10 Days n9 Nights

    10D/9N : Dibrugarh – Miao – Deban – Hornbill – Firm Base – Embeong Village – Firm Base – Hornbill – Deban – Dibrugarh  What will you do : Trek to Embeong village, visit ethnic tribal villages, explore cities What will you see : Tribal villages, Embeong village, Lush Greenery This beautiful journey into the heartland of Arunachal Pradesh will offer you some of the most amazing sights and captivating trekking trails. In addition to all the fun and excitement of trekking and sightseeing, you will also get opportunities to visit some of the indigenous villages and explore their ethnic tribes, understand their cultures and traditions. This journey, beyond doubt, is one of the most refreshing and enlightening journeys in the beautiful state of Arunachal Pradesh.

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    Guwahati
    d13 Days n12 Nights

    In this challenging activity, we will raft encounter the 'Roaring Rikor" and "Zebra Rock" till the possible run on "Toothfairy" rapid at Cherring. We can get a chance to set up our camp on immaculate beaches at night, thereafter we will raft down to "Moing Madness" and enjoy a wonderful day of rest, relaxation, reading or learning how to kayak. We will spend a wonderful day by floating down the vastness of this river, past ethnic settlements, and beach at Pasighat, where the extent of our journey will finally hold close us. Our journey will commence with a ferryboat ride at Dibrugarh on the almighty Brahmaputra, and up the densely forested river valley from the plains of Pasighat to our starting point. We will travel through isolated hillsides dotted with ethnic settlements in clearings bounded by dense rainforest with many species of ferns, palms and orchids. We will observe bamboo and cane bridges built by the local ethnic groups; and village visits will add to the exciting experience.

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    Dibrugarh
    d12 Days n11 Nights

    The Lohit river comes into India at the border with China near India's eastern most inhabited tip, at a place called Kibithu. It is a medium volume continuous Class 4+/5 river in its upper alpine reaches and becomes pool drop towards the latter end of the trip. This trip is an exploratory Kayaking Expedition supported either by raft / cataraft or land crews wherever possible. One can look forward to rapids and paddle through some amazing white-water to discover a land that is distant and secluded from and is undisturbed by civilization. The expedition on the Lohit often requires support by land crews. The best seasons for the expeditions are March, November, December. The expedition starts with a train journey that takes one from New Delhi to Dibrugarh where from 7 hours drive is anticipated to reach the town of Tezu. On the 5th day kayaking begins which continues through the week.  

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    Dibrugarh
    d12 Days n11 Nights

    11N/12D: Dibrugarh - Mon - Jorhat - Nimatighat - Majuli - Ziro -Nameri - Kaziranga - Guwahati What will you see: Tribal Villages, Tea Gardens,Majuli Island, Nameri National Park,Kaziranga National Park What will you do: Explore Konyak tribal villages, walk through colourful bazaars, visit Sattras of Assam, cycling trips to the Hong village, socialise with locals, elephant ride into the Kaziranga National Park. The beauty of the North Eastern part of India lies in its lush green surroundings, in the ethnicity of the natives and in its beautiful dense jungles that are home to some of the most majestic and awe inspiring creatures. This wonderful journey into the heart and spirit of Assam will take guests to a number of destinations in the state such as Dibrugarh, Jorhat, the Majuli Island, the Nameri National Park and the Kaziranga National Park. This beautiful journey will start from the capital city of Dibrugarh where guests can soak in the refreshing and mesmeric beauty of tea estates. As the caravan moves ahead, guests will have the opportunity to witness some of the most splendid sights in Assam and experience the spirit of the state through interaction with the local community, visits to local bazaars and tours into the fantastic wildlife sanctuaries of the state.

    Very Good 4.0

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    Dibrugarh
    d7 Days n6 Nights

    6N/7D : Dibrugarh-Sibsagar-Mon-Dibrugarh What will you do: Attend Aoleng Festival, Explore Local Markets, Visit Tribal Villages What will you see: Cultural Performances, Local Markets, Villages The trip from Dibrugarh to Mon will take you straight into the intriguing Konyak heartland, which has a mystical charm to it. The Aelong festival will allow you a sneak peek into the culture and traditions of this interesting tribe, which is known for its tattooed members. Explore the beautiful markets of Mon and lose yourself in the beauty of this amazing destination with this trip.

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    Dibrugarh
    d9 Days n8 Nights

    8N/9D : Dibrugarh-Aalo-Mechuka-Aalo-Daporijo-Ziro-Koloriang-Itanagar-Guwahati What will you do : Sightseeing, Adventure Activities, Excursions What will you see : Mighty Brahmaputra, Bogibeel, Kabu Village, Buddhist Monastery, Ligu village, Hong village Fondly referred as the ‘Seven Sisters’, the seven different north-eastern states are pure delight to the visitors. The Seven Sisters are known for their culture and crafts. In addition to the rich diversity and mixture of different exotic and culture, these regions are also home to some of the best scenic beauties in the world. From tourist places to trekking routes, wildlife tours to river expedition, North-East India is one of the best names on India’s tourism map. Within this tour, you will also come across many different tribes and their colourful cultures. Come, let’s feel the warmth of Mother Nature from the closest and sway into the lap of a blissful paradise with this tour! 

    Very Good 4.0

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    Dibrugarh
    d10 Days n9 Nights

    8N/9D : Dibrugarh-Mon-Tuensang-Mokochang-Tuephema-Khonoma-Kohima-Dimapur What will you do : Sightseeing, Trekking, Forest Walk What will you see : Chui Village, Longwa, Mon Village, Tuensang, Khonoma Green Village, The Kohima War Cemetary, Mopungchuket Village, Longkhum Village, Tuephema Tourist Village Nagaland is home to the best natural beauty in India and is considered as a heritage site because of its deep-rootedness in tradition and culture. The state is also known for its innumerable tribes who form part of quaint villages that still uphold age-old customs that have been passed on from generation to generation. Enjoy a tour of the many villages while also taking in the beautiful surroundings of the place. 

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    Dibrugarh
    d9 Days n8 Nights

    The Subansiri River which happens to be the biggest tributary of the Brahmaputra, runs through Tibet before it enters India at Asaphila in Arunachal Pradesh. It is inaccessible by road and has negligible inhabitation in the area. Subansari, a swift river offers excellent kayaking opportunities and is truly a one-of-a-kind experience. The Subansari Gold River is the biggest tributary of the Upper Brahmaputra and descends through verdant rainforests in the tribal state of Arunachal Pradesh. Subansari river rafting expedition passes through dense rainforests, ethnic surroundings and some great white water. This beckoning river is challenging and demanding. This river has no road artery linking it on either side of the Great Himalayan Treks spanning about 150 km. The vertical rock surface around the river lends it a coarse look and challenges the adventurer in you. One can kayak on the challenging rapids simultaneously enjoy the serenity of the remote location when you set up camp for the day. For self-contained team of kayakers, we can organise a higher put in from Taksing, with helicopter induction, on request. The ideal times to go on this expedition are in the months of March, November and December.

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    Guwahati
    d21 Days n20 Nights

    21D/20 N : Guwahati-Nameri-Itanagar-Ziro-Daporijo-Aalo-Komsing-Pasighat-Roing-Tezu-Hayuliang-Namsai-Dibrugarh-Kaziranga National Park-Guwahati What will you do : Savour Local Cuisines, Walking Tours, Festival Activities, Trekking, Ferry Ride What will you see : Festivals of Arunachal Pradesh, Folk Performances, Tribal Traditions With this charming tour, get closer to the local festivals of beautiful and mesmerizing Arunachal Pradesh. One needs to actually visit the place to understand the magic of these celebrations. The extravagant tour is a great opportunity for Indians as well as the international tourists to understand the significance of Indian diversity and also to create memories of a lifetime. There are various Arunachal tribes who rejoice different festivals annually. Out of these two of the most renowned ones are covered in this tour that you will always cherish. 

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What You Should Know More About Tours in Dibrugarh

  • What are the best camping tours in Dibrugarh?

    The northeastern part of India is rich in nature, a vast range of flora and fauna, multiple tributaries of Brahmaputra River arriving from Tibet and the Himalayan shield of mountains. Dibrugarh tour packages include the best camping tours as well some of which are listed below.

    Namdapha Wildlife Trek
    Dibru Saikhowa National Park Eco Camps (like Kohua Eco-Camps, Dibru Saikhowa Eco Camps)
    Camp at Pangu, Cherring, Yinkeong, Geku and Ditte Dime on a rafting expedition that starts from Luting.
    Tinsukia Brahmaputra Eco Camps (like Banashree Eco Camps)

  • What are the best tea estates tours in Dibrugarh?

    The miles-long tea gardens in Dibrugarh prove right to its sobriquet as the “tea city of India” and is a land of the best tea estates in India which contributes almost 50 % of the tea production of the country. Some of the best Tea estate tours in Dibrugarh are:

    Chabua Tea Estate
    Jalananagar Tea Estate
    Achabam Tea Estate
    Nahartoli Tea Estate
    Naharkatiya Tea Estate
    Khanikar Tea Garden
    Namroop Tea Estate
    Lekai Chetia Maidam
    Jalan South Tea Estate
    Sessa Tea Garden
    Jokai Botanical garden

  • What are the best wildlife tours in Dibrugarh?

    Embark on a journey that takes you through the jungles and grasslands of the Northeast India. The best wildlife tours in Dibrugarh can be best explored in and around the wildlife park and reserves of the region, some of which are mentioned below:
    Gibbon wildlife sanctuary
    Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuaries
    Angling Camp Nameri: National Park, Angling
    Kaziranga National Park is known for one horned Rhinoceros, and Elephant safari.
    Boeling River in Angling
    Dibru Saikhowa National Park
    Namdapha National Park (Arunachal Pradesh)
    Jeypore Rainforest

  • What are the best sightseeing tours in Dibrugarh?

    Dibrugarh may not be as large a town as Guwahati in Assam but it surrounds treasures in terms of mystical sights which are best explored on sightseeing tours in Dibrugarh.
    Jagannath Temple (sacred and pilgrimage site)
    Lekai Chetia Maidam (Tea plantation and an hommage ground)
    Raidongia Dol ( monument and Statues)
    Dehing Satra (sacred and pilgrimage site)
    Shrikshetra Dham (Pilgrimage site)
    Sarumechlow and Bormechow Maidam (Monuments and statues)
    Jokai Botanical Garden cum Germplasm Center
    Koli Aai Thaan (sacred and pilgrimage site)
    Buddhist Monastery at Namphake Village
    Naharkatia town (Tea plantation)

  • Which are the best areas for river rafting in Dibrugarh?

    The mighty Brahmaputra river ferociously unravels many charms for watersports enthusiasts. While you raft through some of the remotest areas of India and the world, let the extravagant tides and the giant waves thrill your mind, body and soul. The best rafting routes are as follows:
    Tuting - Pango
    Pango - Cherring
    Cherring - Alubadi
    Alubadi - Geku
    Geku - Rotung
    Rotung - Pasighat

  • Which are the top shopping tours in Dibrugarh?

    Besides tea, Dibrugarh is also famous for its traditional silk garments, like mekhela chaddar (made of muga or paat silk sarees). There are innumerous indigenous shops present within the city in the markets where shopping tours in Dibrugarh are made extraordinary.
    New market
    Naliapool bazar
    Chowkidinghee bazar
    Kalpataru bazaar
    Mamta and Amolapatty markets
    Bhutiya marketplace: It offers a wide range of trendy items like shoes, clothes and bags.

  • What are the top food tours in Dibrugarh?

    The food of Dibrugarh is mostly the Assamese thali which comprises of Masoor tenga, bhaat dali, tarkari, khar, aloo pitika and mangkho.
    Masoor Tenga: It is made frequently in every household of Dibrugarh and It is a sopur fish dish.
    Pitika is mainly made of mashed potatoes garnished with chilies and onions.
    Potiabhaat: A dish of rice where the rice is soaked overnight and eaten with mustard oil, onions and chillies.
    The restaurants which can be included in your food tour in Dibrugarh to taste the best of Assamese food are:
    Asha hotel, Flavors, Garden Treat hotel, Ginger hotel and H20 restaurants etc. You can ask for recommendations from locals, or if you have opted any Dibrugarh tour packages, the guide shall take you to the best of the food corners in Dibrugarh.

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