One of the seven sisters of the Northeastern India, enveloped and protected by the Himalayan Ranges, Assam is a beautiful state known both for its tea and silk and has an expanse of these World Heritage sites in Kaziranga National Park and Manas National Park. A camping tour to Khasi Hills Meghalaya, makes you wonder at the magic that nature can weave, with plenty of caves in these hills to explore along with trekking through these mountains and enveloping yourself with the clean green nature. Most of the villages that you will be embarking on are some of the cleanest villages in the world and it makes you wonder that a place like this can also exist in our country.
Guwahati has some of the amazing trekking trails like the Mawphlang trek and there are bicycle trails made for you to follow and explore. Japfu Peak trek, one of the highest mountains in Nagaland offers an amazing view of the Dzukou Valley which is home to variety of Lilies, Rhododendrons and a number of exotic birds too making it a magical journey to take. With the Brahmaputra River flowing through it and with the most rainfalls registered here, this place is thriving in lush green flora all around the year and is home to many wildlife. With such a delectable combination of mountains, rivers, wildlife, this place is a paradise for trekkers, wildlife enthusiasts and adventure nerds. There are wide range of camping tours based on the places you want to cover in your trip and they can range from trekking in the mountain ranges or rafting in the Brahmaputra or motorcycle expedition in the mystical northeast belt or trekking to the border Chang La Pass, and many more.
About the Activity:Get ready to taste the adventure as you head out on this 5 days 4 nights motorcycle expedition through the mystical lands of Northeast India.On your first day reach the pickup location by 7:30 AM and get yourself the gears for the tours.Start riding your bike through the mesmerising beauty of the region with hills and valleys.As you ride your bike stopover at Mangar Lake and Umiam Lake. Also, visit the Elephant fall and Shillong peak. Continue your tour and explore the famous places like Mawsmai cave, Seven Sister Falls, Eco Park and Live Root Bridge.Marvel at the sight of the Bangladesh from 80 feet high "Machan' and click some memorable pictures.Drive from Mawllonnong to Dawki and then spend some time Umngot River gazing at the beauty here.Check in at Tamabil Border with Bangladesh and then arrive at Shnongpdeng Beach.Indulge in an array of adventure like Zip line, Snorkeling, Cliff Jump and Kayaking.Delight in some delicious meal and snacks in between you tour.Conclude this amazing tour after 5 days and head back home with lots of memories.
6N/7D: Guwahati – Nameri National Park – Bomdila – Tawang – Dirang – Bhalukpong – Guwahati
What will you do: River Rafting, Trekking, Camping, Yak Safari, Helicopter Ride
What will you see: Monasteries, Lakes, Religious Festivities, National Park, Wildlife Sanctuaries
Tawang is the unique holiday destination that holds a unique slab in both histories as well as in the lap of the nature. Situated at a distance of 183 Kms from the Bomdila and located at a height of 3,500 meters above the sea level, it offers the best of all Arunachal tours. Explore Tawang with Thrillophila for a memorable and fascinating travel experience.
About the Activity:Make your outing special with this exciting overnight cruise at Guwahati in Assam and enjoy a evening on the sand island with lots of activities.Start your tour from Guwahati by sailing towards the island with a delicious lunch.Enjoy the evening with a bonfire on the sand beach in the middle of the Brahmaputra river.Feel the fun and thrill while indulging in activities like volley ball and cricket in the sandy beach.Explore the island and bask in the sun.Sail for Guwahati at about 10.00 AM after a crunchy breakfast.End your tour with lots of memories.
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
The majestic Himalayas have always offered amazing opportunities for adventure. This trek takes you through a largely unexplored route, which was once a popular route connecting India and Tibet. The trekking trail is named after FM Bailey and offers amazing views of eastern Himalayas, taking you through some really high passes and a really old village as well.
13N/14D : New Delhi – Guwahati – Nameri – Seppa – Marjingla – Kameng – Bhalukpong – Nameri – Guwahati – Delhi
What will you see : Rivers, Orchids, Rocky Terrains, Sanctuaries, Confluence of Rivers, Dams, Rural Settlements, Campfires
What will you do : Rafting, Camp-stays, Beach Activities, Village Exploration
North-East India, the serene dwelling where flows some of the enthralling and captivating rivers. It is in this part of India; one can witness and cruise through some of enchanting rapids. Kameng River, previously known as Bhareli River and presently Jia Bhoreli (in Assam) and Kameng (in Arunachal Pradesh) is the blissful sojourn of different grades of rapids.
Whether an amateur or an expert rafter, Kameng River offers rapids of almost all grades; Grade I to IV. Also, the charismas of the verdant and picturesque forests along the river bank, and some of the playful river-beaches add more delight to this rafting tour.
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.
Exploring caves can be amazing experience, as you make your way through dark corners and beautiful natural structures. Meghalaya is home to one of the largest cave networks in South Asia. The cave exploration tour of Meghalaya takes you through the caves of Khasi Hills in Meghalaya. While there are experienced personnel to guide you at every step, it is nevertheless an experience not to be missed for the adventurous souls.One of the most popular places in Meghalaya is the Krem Liat Prah.
Meghalaya, the wettest state of India, is home to a large network of caves. There are as many as 400 natural caves to explore in the region. This Meghalaya tour takes you on a cave exploration tour in the Jaintia Hills trek of Meghalaya, which has the highest number of caves in the state. Explore the mystic that surrounds these caves, as you are guided by trained personnel at every step. One of the most popular places in Meghalaya is the Krem Liat Prah.
Mountain biking is always thrilling experience, and when it happens in Meghalaya, even more so. This 5 day Meghalaya tour takes on an amazing mountain biking experience which comprises of on road as well as off road trails. It takes you through some fantastic, scenic locations, including the dense rainforests of Cherrapunji, well known for their living root bridges.
For those who love to explore the unexplored, this Pasighat tour trek is one of the best options. This trek takes you on an eventful journey in the eastern Himalayas located in the largely unexplored state of Arunachal Pradesh. This 11 day trek requires a lot of stamina and is meant for avid trekkers. There are challenges involved, but at the end of it, the experience is worth it.
A tiny state and a charm of India, Meghalaya is tucked away in-between Assam and Bangladesh. Meghalaya is the place where the nature has poured in abundance the gifts of rain and sunshine. It has umpteen spots to explore, where you can cherish its glory along the way. Meghalaya is nestled between clouds, lush green forests and smoky hills, which will surly, enchant you while exploring the caves of Meghalaya.
Meghalaya is just the one place for having 780 caves in the State, still many to be explored. In the same hill, other caves are the cave of Eocene Age - Krem Um-Lawan, Krem Kotsati, Krem Umshangktat, Krem Lashinng, Krem Sweep. Prominent caves in Meghalaya are set in the villages of Amlarem, Pdengshakap, Syndai and Nongtalang. Caving in Meghalaya is a comparatively new escapade which attracts number of tourists to India's northeastern state. Caving in Meghalaya is only done under the guidance of a skilled cave guide.
One of the highest mountain peaks of Nagaland is the Japfu Peak Trek. It overlooks the amazing Dzukou Valley. It is home to amazing varieties of Lilies and Rhododendrons, apart from several bird species, including pheasants.
The Abode of clouds- Meghalaya, reveals the climatic phenomenon. It brings torrents of rain to this region. A region of scenic beauty, Meghalaya has lush green areas, crumpling hills, fertile valleys, species, orchids, meandering rivers, waterfalls, sparkling mountain streams and lakes. The hills of Khasi boast of having the deepest and longest of the caves in South Asia. Visits of Meghalaya caves would be taken as a study, known as Meghalaya Adventurous Association. Seven days tour will make you explore various caves of Meghalaya. On the first phase, you will visit Synrang- Pamiang has five entrances and popular for its Titanic Hall.
Krem Liat Prah cave is one of 150 known caves in the Shnongrim Ridge of the Jaintia Hills district. Mawsmai Cave is the only show cave, enormously lighted. Another cave, Krem Lymput is known for its rich calcite formations and Mughal rooms. Krem Mawmluh is also called as Krem Mawkhyrdop, has five river passages of impressive proportions. Explore the Krem Mawjymbuin, which has become a holy shrine for Hindu. It is a famous place for Hindu pilgrims. Krem Chympe is a resurgence cave, the last part of this tour.
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.