A One-Of-A-Kind Trip Full Of Unbound Nature, Wildlife, Adventure, Food, Fun Along With Luxurious Stays In The Heart Of North-Eastern India
The ample nature and unique wildlife will transport you to a completely different place! - While traveling through the Kaziranga National Park (currently a UNESCO World Heritage site) in a jeep safari or cycling through the graded hills, you will spot herds of elephants and swamp deer. With some luck, you can also spot the Himalayan tiger as it was the highest in numbers in the 2006 census. However, the endangered one-horned rhinoceros is the highlight. The variety of flora and fauna is appealing in itself and will make you go on a shutterbug rampage!
Getting close to nature: caving, hiking, swimming - Hiking and swimming in natural pools is a refreshing experience. You can hike across the Double-Decker Root Bridge of Cherrapunjee.You will be caving through a 7km long cave that passes through river passages and waist deep pool. Cherrapunjee is itself the second place on earth which experiences the maximum rainfall, and you can constantly soak in the rain.
Visiting the natural wonder called Majuli - Majuli is the world’s second largest riverine island, based atop the Brahmaputra. You will be visiting the local monasteries and monks, and even interacting with the villagers. Majuli, being a birdwatcher’s paradise, attracts thousands of tourists from across the world.
If you are someone who is fond of culture and philosophy, then this region is full of it - The trip consists of several monasteries with monks of different classes with their own philosophies of living blissful lives. They will interact with you and share the simplicity of life. Along with these, there are multiple villages en-route towards your journey where you get to meet different sects and cults of Assamese indigenous tribes. Not only the rice beer and the bamboo meat are scrumptious, you will learn a lot about life there!
The raging Brahmaputra - The Brahmaputra is a spectacle. At places, the riverine current is so strong that it will take you away in seconds. At certain places it is extremely deep whereas there is the Majuli island - a hub of exotic flora and fauna. This spectacular river crosses multiple countries to finally go to Bangladesh and mix with the Bay of Bengal.