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West Arunachal Biking Tour

Our signature offbeat biking tour through the verdant valleys of West Arunachal, over a wide mix of adventurous terrains

 

 

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nestled in the mountainous folds of Central Arunachal Pradesh, pills is one of the most picturesque places in all of North East. The bowl shaped valley with colorful mosaic rice fields, interlaced by canals, makes for a very pretty sight.

The beauty of the land is further accentuated by the friendly Apatani tribe, who reside over here. The culture and traditions of the Apatani tribe is still pretty intact as most of them are still animists following Donyi-Polo (Sun and Moon). And it is not uncommon to spot elder men with long hair tied up in a peculiar way, and old women with wooden nose plugs. To get a glimpse of their culture one must visit some of their villages spread across Ziro valley . The villages of Hong, Hari , Hija, Duta and Baman Michi are the most interesting ones.

Since the past few years Ziro has also become quite famous for the Ziro Music Festival which happens here in the third week of September. People from all over, come to listen to nationally and internationally renowned artists.

  • Undertake village walks to learn about Apatani culture
  • Learn about their innovative and highly productive farming methods
  • Nature walks in the surrounding mountains
  • Undertake a trek to Talley Valley
  • Observe butterflies. Ziro is one of the best places to see many rare butterflies like Bhutan Glory and Kaiser-E-Hind

Ziro is 465 kms from Guwahati, 260 kms from Dibrugarh and 110 kms from Itanagar, the capital city of Arunachal Pradesh . The easiest way to reach Ziro is to fly into Guwahati and take a night train to Naharlagun from where a 4 hour drive will get you to Ziro.

 

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Ziro, Breast
nestled in the mountainous folds of Central Arunachal Pradesh, pills is one of the most picturesque places in all of North East. The bowl shaped valley with colorful mosaic rice fields, interlaced by canals, makes for a very pretty sight.

The beauty of the land is further accentuated by the friendly Apatani tribe, who reside over here. The culture and traditions of the Apatani tribe is still pretty intact as most of them are still animists following Donyi-Polo (Sun and Moon). And it is not uncommon to spot elder men with long hair tied up in a peculiar way, and old women with wooden nose plugs. To get a glimpse of their culture one must visit some of their villages spread across Ziro valley . The villages of Hong, Hari , Hija, Duta and Baman Michi are the most interesting ones.

Since the past few years Ziro has also become quite famous for the Ziro Music Festival which happens here in the third week of September. People from all over, come to listen to nationally and internationally renowned artists.

  • Undertake village walks to learn about Apatani culture
  • Learn about their innovative and highly productive farming methods
  • Nature walks in the surrounding mountains
  • Undertake a trek to Talley Valley
  • Observe butterflies. Ziro is one of the best places to see many rare butterflies like Bhutan Glory and Kaiser-E-Hind

Ziro is 465 kms from Guwahati, 260 kms from Dibrugarh and 110 kms from Itanagar, the capital city of Arunachal Pradesh . The easiest way to reach Ziro is to fly into Guwahati and take a night train to Naharlagun from where a 4 hour drive will get you to Ziro.

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  •   Dates: 15 Apr – 22 a
  •   Region: Sikkim
  •   Duration: 8 days
  •   Activity: Food Trail
  •   Grade: Easy
  •   Price: Rs.38, medicine 000/-
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Nestled in the Himalayas, the mountainous state of Sikkim offers a unique Indian experience like none other. Khangchendzonga ( the third highest peak in the world) forms a natural border with Nepal on the west, while the highlands to the north and the east borders Tibet (China) and Bhutan. This distinctive geography makes Sikkim a natural home to the six major tribes that inhabit it, namely the Bhutias, Lepchas, Limboos, Chettris, and Gurungs.Buddhism though is the predominant religion, having a long history attached to it.

With cultural diversity comes culinary diversity and with craggy terrain comes a wide range of growth regions, all in all leading to delicious agro-biodiversity. Like its neighbor Bhutan, the state of Sikkim has strived to become 100% organic this year. Come with us and celebrate the food traditions and the local food of this organic region on our Sikkim Food Trail.

  • Walk through terraced black cardamom farms and Sikkim mandarin orchards
  • Drink Chaang, a local millet beer and understand how it is brewed
  • Learn how to make Churpi, a local cheese
  • Foraging wild edibles and medicinal plants
  • Hands-on lesson to make Tibetan momos and Bhutia noodles
  • Hands-on organic farming and understanding the cyclic connections to the environment.
  • Farm walks, market walks

Day 1: Bagdogra to Darap                                                             Drive time: 5.5 hours

Pickup from Bagdogra airport and drive to Darap, a picturesque village 6 kilometers from Pelling . Darap is a hotbed of cultural diversity with Limboo, Bhutia, Gurung and Rai tribes coexisting in harmony. Gently sloped terraced fields with panoramic views of snow capped mountains welcome you to the village. It is an ideal place to experience the rural Sikkimese way of life. O/n at a homestay in Darap village

Day 2: Darap

Start our day with a traditional breakfast consisting of Fafar, a local millet flatbread and farm fresh vegetables. Post breakfast we go for a walk through the terraced village, skirting black cardamom fields, absorbing the routines of farm life here. We hike up to a local Limboo house in the village for lunch. Starting with Khodo, a tea made out of corn, main course will involve rice with various varieties of grown and foraged vegetables.

In the early evening we learn how to prepare Churpi,a local soft cheese,used in many of their dishes. The later half of the evening, we warm up around a fire and sip local millet beer, known asChang, out of traditional wooden casks called Tungba.Supper will involve a fermented spinach soup called Gundruk, followed by Churpiand other farm vegetables.

 

Day 3: Darap to Kewzing

After breakfast we bid farewell to our hosts. On the way we visitKhecheopalrilake, a sacred lake nestled in the hills. Considered to be of great reverence for both Buddhists and Hindus in these parts, it is believed to fulfil any wish asked by a devotee. From here we drive to Yuksom, the first capital of Sikkim, where the first Chogyal (holy King) was coroneted in 1642. We will visit the site and see the stone throne.

From Yuksom we drive on to Kewzing.  For dinner we will have some special delicacies made out of pork: Gyari – a pork stew using local spices and Gyuma– a local sausage prepared out of Pork mince. O/n at a Homestay in Kewzing

Day 4: Kewzing

Kewzing which translates to ‘Land of Wheat Fields’ is a predominantly Bhutia village. With three monasteries belonging to different Buddhist sects,it the ideal place to experience the Buddhist way of life. The village boasts of the only Bon monastery in all of Sikkim.

For breakfast we will have Gyathuk, a local broth made of vegetables and handmade noodles, learn hands on how to prepare this broth with your hosts. After breakfast we set out to explore the village and the scenic fields where they grow a variety of vegetables and crops. We will learn how to prepare distilled alcohol out of corn. From here we trek uphill through a mixture of forest and open fields to the Bon monastery.

In the evening we learn to make Momos, or Tibetan dumplings. O/n at a Homestay in Kewzing

Day 5: Kewzing to Payong                                                                                            Drive time: 4 hours

Our scenic road via Temi tea garden takes us to the village of Payong. It is an ideal place to learn about organic farming with more than 80% of the families actively involved in farming. Sikkim Mandarin orchards are interspersed with soy fields, vegetable patches and what not. Understand the holistic farming culture of the people here.

After lunch we go for a walk around the village, acquainting ourselves with the landscape and culture of the place. Guides will help us understand the foraging culture of this region and we will get to harvest and cook with some of the wild edibles. O/n in homestays

Day 6: Payong

In the morning set out to the fields for assisting the farmers in their farm work . This hands on session will give us a deeper understanding of organic farming and its relationship with the environment .

For lunch we walk to the nearby village of Lingee, inhabited mainly by the Lepcha tribe. The Lepchas are believed to be the original inhabitants of Sikkim. Being animists they have a very close association with nature which in turn reflects in the tremendous diversity of their food. Over here we will have a traditional Lepcha lunch with a family.

In the evening we relax.

 Day 7: Payong to Gangtok                                                                                            Drive time: 2 hours

Bid farewell to our hosts and drive to Gangtok, the capital city of Sikkim.  On the way we visit the Rumtek monastery, the seat of the Karmapa. This grand monastery is the most important one of the Karmakagyu sect of Tibetan Buddhism.

In the evening we will visit the fresh market in Gangtok to see the diversity of fresh vegetables and other items sold over there. O/n at Mintokling Guesthouse or similar

Day 8: Gangtok to Bagdogra                                                                                        Drive time: 5.5 hours

Drop to Bagdogra airport. Participants are advised to book flights leaving after 2 pm

 

Cost per person: Rs.40,000/-

Included

  • Enfield 500 CC / 350 CC bike with fuel
  • Accommodation on a twin sharing basis in hotels mentioned in the itinerary
  • A support vehicle
  • Breakfast and Dinner
  • An Experinced Captain leading the group
  • Permits for Arunachal Pradesh

Excluded

  • Flights to and From Guwahati
  • Refundable deposit of Rs.5000
  • Lunch
  • Any repair charges or damages incurred to the bike due to accidents or negligent riding
  • Excess stay & meals due to bad weather conditions or strikes, resulting in delay of flights or any other form of transport
  • Soft drink charges, table drinks, laundry, cigarettes, telephone expenses, beer and liquor charges
  • Any other costs not mentioned in the "Included" section above
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Snapshot

  •   Dates: 01 Apr – 08 Apr
  •   Region: Sikkim
  •   Duration: 8 days
  •   Activity: Adventure
  •   Grade: Easy
  •   Price: Rs.31, pulmonologist 000/-
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The advent of spring infuses a completely new life in the temperate slopes of the Sikkim Himalayas. Entire slopes are transformed into a color pallet of rich reds, drugs yellows and pinks. The air is thick with the fragrance of the blooming rhododendrons.

The Barsey Rhododendron trek covers the higher reaches of the Barsey Rhododendron Sanctuary in West Sikkim, side effects which houses 13 different varieties of rhododendron species. Entire hill slopes are covered with Arboreum, Falconeri, Barbatum, Hodgsoni and Campanulatum, the most commonly found rhododendron species in this sanctuary. The flowering season also attracts a plethora of bird species making it a delight for bird watchers. The panoramic views of the Kangchenjunga range further add to the spectacular beauty of this trek.

  • Walk through Oak and Rhododendron forests
  • Enjoy panoramic views of the Kangchenjunga range
  • See many species of rhododendrons in bloom
  • Observe many rare birds
DayDescriptionTimeAlt
Day1Bagdogra to Sombarey
Pickup from Bagdogra airport and drive to Sombarey. O/n at forest guesthouse in Sombarey.
6.5 hrs2940 m
Day 2Trek: Hilley to Lasune
A short drive from Sombarey gets you to Hilley, the starting point of our trek. From here your trek commences over an undulating path through a mix of bamboo and rhododendron forests teeming with birds, getting us to Barsey – our lunch point. Continue walking through the enchanting forest till we reach our campsite at Lasune. O/n in tents.
5 hrs3094 m
Day 3Trek: Barsey to Jorebotey
Today’s walk is a long but easy one, mainly through rhododendron and mixed temperate forests. Your path would be dotted with blood red and pink shaded rhododendron Arborium forests, brought to life by chirping of birds.

A short climb towards the end will get you to your campsite, which offers a stupendous view of the Kangchenjunga range. O/n in tents.

7 hrs3125 m
Day 4Trek: Jorebotey to Thulo Dhap
Continue traversing through hemlock and rhododendron forests, accompanied by the mighty Kangchenjunga. A final one hour climb will get you to a beautiful meadow where you set camp.
5 hrs3160 m
Day 5Trek: Thulo Dhap to Chewa
A steep climb gets us to the top ridge of the sanctuary, just above the tree line. The mighty hemlocks give way to slopes filled with Rhododendron Setosum bushes. We traverse the U shaped valley from where we get grand views of Kangchenjunga on a clear day. Put up our campsite on the Indo Nepal border outpost of Chewa Bhanjyang. O/n in tents.
5 hrs2621 m
Day 6Trek: Chewa to Uttarey, Drive to Darap
Our final descent through the dense forests gets us to the blissfully tranquil Uttarey village. After having lunch at Uttarey, drive to Darap village. O/n a homestay in Darap
4 hrs2050 m
Day 7Pelling sightseeing
After breakfast drive to Khecheopalri, a tranquil lake nestled in the midst of verdant forests. From here drive to Yuksom, the first capital of Sikkim. In the evening visit Pemayangtse monastery. O/n at a homestay in Darap.
Day 8Darap to Bagdogra
Drop to Bagdogra airport.
5.5 hrs
Cost per person (for Indian nationals): Rs.31,000/-
Cost per person (for Foreign nationals): Rs.31,500/-

Included

  • Enfield 500 CC / 350 CC bike with fuel
  • Accommodation on a twin sharing basis in hotels mentioned in the itinerary
  • A support vehicle
  • Breakfast and Dinner
  • An Experinced Captain leading the group
  • Permits for Arunachal Pradesh

Excluded

  • Flights to and From Guwahati
  • Refundable deposit of Rs.5000
  • Lunch
  • Any repair charges or damages incurred to the bike due to accidents or negligent riding
  • Excess stay & meals due to bad weather conditions or strikes, resulting in delay of flights or any other form of transport
  • Soft drink charges, table drinks, laundry, cigarettes, telephone expenses, beer and liquor charges
  • Any other costs not mentioned in the "Included" section above
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Snapshot

  •   Dates: 01 Apr – 08 Apr
  •   Region: Sikkim
  •   Duration: 8 days
  •   Activity: Adventure
  •   Grade: Easy
  •   Price: Rs.31, pulmonologist 000/-
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The advent of spring infuses a completely new life in the temperate slopes of the Sikkim Himalayas. Entire slopes are transformed into a color pallet of rich reds, drugs yellows and pinks. The air is thick with the fragrance of the blooming rhododendrons.

The Barsey Rhododendron trek covers the higher reaches of the Barsey Rhododendron Sanctuary in West Sikkim, side effects which houses 13 different varieties of rhododendron species. Entire hill slopes are covered with Arboreum, Falconeri, Barbatum, Hodgsoni and Campanulatum, the most commonly found rhododendron species in this sanctuary. The flowering season also attracts a plethora of bird species making it a delight for bird watchers. The panoramic views of the Kangchenjunga range further add to the spectacular beauty of this trek.

  • Walk through Oak and Rhododendron forests
  • Enjoy panoramic views of the Kangchenjunga range
  • See many species of rhododendrons in bloom
  • Observe many rare birds
DayDescriptionTimeAlt
Day1Bagdogra to Sombarey
Pickup from Bagdogra airport and drive to Sombarey. O/n at forest guesthouse in Sombarey.
6.5 hrs2940 m
Day 2Trek: Hilley to Lasune
A short drive from Sombarey gets you to Hilley, the starting point of our trek. From here your trek commences over an undulating path through a mix of bamboo and rhododendron forests teeming with birds, getting us to Barsey – our lunch point. Continue walking through the enchanting forest till we reach our campsite at Lasune. O/n in tents.
5 hrs3094 m
Day 3Trek: Barsey to Jorebotey
Today’s walk is a long but easy one, mainly through rhododendron and mixed temperate forests. Your path would be dotted with blood red and pink shaded rhododendron Arborium forests, brought to life by chirping of birds.

A short climb towards the end will get you to your campsite, which offers a stupendous view of the Kangchenjunga range. O/n in tents.

7 hrs3125 m
Day 4Trek: Jorebotey to Thulo Dhap
Continue traversing through hemlock and rhododendron forests, accompanied by the mighty Kangchenjunga. A final one hour climb will get you to a beautiful meadow where you set camp.
5 hrs3160 m
Day 5Trek: Thulo Dhap to Chewa
A steep climb gets us to the top ridge of the sanctuary, just above the tree line. The mighty hemlocks give way to slopes filled with Rhododendron Setosum bushes. We traverse the U shaped valley from where we get grand views of Kangchenjunga on a clear day. Put up our campsite on the Indo Nepal border outpost of Chewa Bhanjyang. O/n in tents.
5 hrs2621 m
Day 6Trek: Chewa to Uttarey, Drive to Darap
Our final descent through the dense forests gets us to the blissfully tranquil Uttarey village. After having lunch at Uttarey, drive to Darap village. O/n a homestay in Darap
4 hrs2050 m
Day 7Pelling sightseeing
After breakfast drive to Khecheopalri, a tranquil lake nestled in the midst of verdant forests. From here drive to Yuksom, the first capital of Sikkim. In the evening visit Pemayangtse monastery. O/n at a homestay in Darap.
Day 8Darap to Bagdogra
Drop to Bagdogra airport.
5.5 hrs
Cost per person (for Indian nationals): Rs.31,000/-
Cost per person (for Foreign nationals): Rs.31,500/-

Included

  • Enfield 500 CC / 350 CC bike with fuel
  • Accommodation on a twin sharing basis in hotels mentioned in the itinerary
  • A support vehicle
  • Breakfast and Dinner
  • An Experinced Captain leading the group
  • Permits for Arunachal Pradesh

Excluded

  • Flights to and From Guwahati
  • Refundable deposit of Rs.5000
  • Lunch
  • Any repair charges or damages incurred to the bike due to accidents or negligent riding
  • Excess stay & meals due to bad weather conditions or strikes, resulting in delay of flights or any other form of transport
  • Soft drink charges, table drinks, laundry, cigarettes, telephone expenses, beer and liquor charges
  • Any other costs not mentioned in the "Included" section above
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  •   Dates:
  •   Region: Arunachal Pradesh
  •   Duration: 10 days
  •   Activity: Biking
  •   Grade: Moderate
  •   Price: On Request
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gushing rivers cutting deep gorges; few other places in the world come close to the raw, rugged beauty of Arunachal Pradesh.

Riding through this section of Arunachal Pradesh is definitely a must do. Its untouched landscape and tribal people with their traditional ways of living, will open you up to how humans have used nature to survive in the harshest of condition of eons. This journey will take you through dense temperate forests, besides gushing rivers ,over high passes and stunning glacial lakes.

Our West Arunachal Biking Tour is definitely off the beaten track; the roads will challenge you as a rider, the landscapes mesmerize you, the people’s way of life and hospitality will make you question everything you thought you knew about India.

  • 1200 kilometer ride through pristine landscapes
  • Cross over Sela Pass at 14,000 feet
  • Ride to some stunning glacial lakes
  • Camp out in a spectacular location
  • Rafting on Jia Bhorali river
  • Interact with local communities and learn about their culture

Day 1: Guwahati
Arrive at Guwahati by mid day and check into our hotel. Collect your bike and familiarize yourself with it. In the evening, gather for a briefing and introductory session. Early dinner and sleep for an early departure next day. O/n at Hotel Ginger or similar

Day 2 : Guwahati to Nameri                           223 kms kms; 5 hours
After breakfast, we ride to Nameri National Park, at the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas. Majority of the ride is over paved, four lane highway passing through Assamese countryside. Ride through undulating tea plantations and past rice paddy fields.

In the afternoon go rafting on the serene waters of the Jia Bhorali river. O/n at Nameri Eco Camp or similar.

Day 3: Nameri to Dirang                                  164 kms; 6 hours
A half hour ride from Nameri gets us to Bhalukpong, the entry point into West Arunachal. Finish entry permit formalities and begin ascending.  The road gently starts winding up as we follow the Kameng river,  through thick sub- tropical forests. The area is under heavy army control and we shall pass many army camps and regiments.  O/n at Hotel Pemaling or similar

Day 4: Dirang to Tawang                                 170 kms; 6.5 hours
Commence the most scenic drive of your trip early in the morning. The road keeps climbing up all the way till Sela pass, offering some grand panoramas of the region. Take a brief halt at the 14,000 foot Sela pass, admiring the beautiful lake and its surroundings. On the way stop at Jung waterfalls. O/n at  Zax Star or similar

Day 5: Tawang
In the morning visit the world’s largest Buddisht monastery . For those who like to walk we can do a 1 hour hike to the Nunnery attached to the Tawang monastery. In the second half visit the War Memorial . O/n at  Zax Star or similar

Day 6: Tawang to Zemithang                         134 kms; 5 hours
The higher reaches of Tawang are dotted with many glacial lakes, some of which we will visit today. Drive to P.T.Tso lake and Sangetsar lake, form where we drive further to T Gompa. From here we take a little know road to reach the scenic valley of Zemithang , on the tri junction of Arunachal, Bhutan and China. Overnight stay will be in tents at a campsite. A bonfire to keep warm and stars to light up the night. O/n in tents

Day 7: Zemithang
Zemithang valley is the home of Monpa tribe who are Buddhists . The valley is dotted with a number of Monpa villages with traditional houses. We will go for a walk to some of the villages and further for a trek in the forest.  O/n in tents

Day 8: Zemithang to Dirang                           207 kms; 8 hours
After breakfast ride back to Dirang, via Sela Pass  . O/n at Hotel Pemaling

Day 9: Dirang to Nameri                                  164 kms; 5.5 hours
Continue our descent down to the plains of Assam. Unwind and relax at our serene camp, besides the Jia Bhorali river. O/n at Nameri Eco camp

Day 10: Nameri to Guwahati                          223 kms; 5 hours
We ride to our bike drop off point and disperse as we wish. A drop off to the airport or a hotel (booked at extra cost) .

Cost per rider ( for Indian nationals):
Cost per pillion ( for Indian nationals):

Included

  • Enfield 500 CC / 350 CC bike with fuel
  • Accommodation on a twin sharing basis in hotels mentioned in the itinerary
  • A support vehicle
  • Breakfast and Dinner
  • An Experinced Captain leading the group
  • Permits for Arunachal Pradesh

Excluded

  • Flights to and From Guwahati
  • Refundable deposit of Rs.5000
  • Lunch
  • Any repair charges or damages incurred to the bike due to accidents or negligent riding
  • Excess stay & meals due to bad weather conditions or strikes, resulting in delay of flights or any other form of transport
  • Soft drink charges, table drinks, laundry, cigarettes, telephone expenses, beer and liquor charges
  • Any other costs not mentioned in the "Included" section above
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