Overview Kameng River was known in the past as Bhareli River. It originates in the Tawang district, right from the spectacular glacial lake located under Gori Chen on the border between Tibet and India in Southern Tibet. Kament now flows through the Bhalukpong circle and reaches the West Kameng District, Sonitpur District and Arunachal Pradesh in Assam. The river is an important tributary of Brahmaputra, joining it in Tezpur, on the east of Kolia Bhomora bridge. This river is perfect for fishing and rafting. Bhalukpong and Tipi Orchid Center are located on Bharali and Kament banks. Both are tremendous picnic places. You will love the Kaziranga National Park and Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary close to Kameng River. This river is the boundary between West and East Kameng districts and the boundary between Eagle and Sessa sanctuaries. Dafla Hills are located to the east and Aka Hills can be found to the west. Kameng offers more excitement to the already fun filled Lohit, Subansari and Upper Brahmaputra and you will like the river trip as it is made out of deep gorges, pristine camps, old forests and consistent rapids. Itinerary Day 1 Pickup is arranged at Delhi Airport. You are taken to Guwahati via airplane and then transported towards Tezpur. Overnight accommodation is arranged at the hotel. Day 2 A car will take you to Seppa. The drive takes aroun6 hours. Seppa was known as Salpa, which meant Marshy Land. Seppa is the East Kameng district headquarters of the Arunachal Pradesh state. You will find it right on the Kameng bank and overnight stay is arranged at a guest home. Day 3 You will be taken to Marjangle. Here you will receive the equipment necessary for the expedition. Trekking is offered and tents will be your bed for the night. Day 4 Rafting starts on Kameng River. This is a river that will start with easy rapids until the Bichom River confluence. Then it will slowly take you away from civilization and the river will grow in volume. The night is spent camping near Kameng. Day 5 An ascent is arranged towards a wonderful jungle gorge that includes many rapids. River water grows due to side aquifers and camping is arranged on a sand beach. Day 6 This is a leisure day. You can swim, relax, read, hike or just explore the area. Day 7 Adrenaline is the main word of the day. You will go through big rapids on day 7 as the water is big but you will have a lot of fun. Overnight stay is arranged at a camp. Day 8 This is the last day you will spend on the water. The trip takes you to Bhlaukphong. The river emerges here right from the mountains and you can see Nameri National Park. A park visit is possible and a late drive towards Tezpur is arranged. Day 9 A transfer to Guhawati is arranged. From here you will be boarded on a plane back to Delhi.