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Namdapha Trek: Trekking in India, Arunachal Pradesh

Price: 25000.00

Awara Feet Proffer: Painting

Ever wondered how does it feel like trekking in a forest area which is cut-off from civilization with the untouched sanctuary of boastful flora and fauna. The rainforest extends till 2000Kms and is the largest protected forest reserve of Eastern Himalayas

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India is famous for trekking, Thousands of Travellers visit for trekking in India every year and Ever wondered how does it feel like trekking in a forest area which is cut-off from civilization with an untouched sanctuary of boastful flora and fauna. As we cross the milestones, our lungs are filled with aromas of exotic flowers, butterflies follow us wherever we walk and luxurious green velvet wilderness. This trek is for people who love exotic places with challenges. A trek that is home to snow leopards, tigers, red fox, and cute red pandas. The yellow-throated marten, the elephants, bharals, gibbons and more than 300 species of unique birds like hornbill and snow-throated babblers. The only human inhabitants we come across are tribes of Lisu, who migrated from Myanmar. A rainforest that extends till 2000Kms and is the largest protected forest reserve of Eastern Himalayas.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?
Items that are included in the cost of tour price.

Transport in private shared vehicle as per itinerary

Accommodation in eco camps and alpine tents on twin sharing basis

All meals from dinner on day 1 to breakfast on day 8

Mess tent

Sleeping bags

Camping mattresses

Toilet tent

Experienced guide and trip leader

Permit fees, if any

All applicable taxes

Whats not included in this tour.
Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.

Any transport to Dibrugarh from home town

Costs for personal porters

Costs arising due to rescue, emergency evacuation or natural calamities

Cost for extra accommodations and meals in weather conditions or strikes, resulting in delay of flights or any other form of transport

Personal expenses like tips, soft drink charges, table drinks, laundry, cigarettes, telephone expenses, and liquor charges

Any other costs not mentioned in the inclusions

Insurance of any kind

Awara Day 1: Dibrugarh

Dibrugarh is an industrial city surrounded by tea estate of Assam, next to which river Brahmaputra flows. Transportation from Dibrugarh airport/railway station to the hotel would be done. You will be welcomed by local Assam tea in the hotel. In the evening we get to meet our fellow awara travelers and know each other. Welcome aboard AWARAS!!

Overnight stay at Dibrugarh
Dinner included

Dibrugarh is a charming state
Awara Day 2: Dibrugarh to Miao

 Miao is a scenic little town with scenic beauty nestled in Patkai Bum Range and on shores of beautiful Noa-Dihing River. Miao is well known for the hospitality offered by locals to travelers who surely fall in love with this place. Trekking in India is always a wonderful experience. 


Overnight stay at Miao
Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Drive: 6 Hours

The beautiful Noa-Dihing river
Awara Day 3: Miao to Hornbill Camp

We cross the gurgling stream of Noa Dihing river on a bamboo bridge and enter the enchanting rainforest- The trek BEGINS! One can easily spot nocturnal flying squirrels, hornbills, woodpecker, maroon oriole and rusty-bellied shortwing. We would be camping in the middle of the forest.

Breakfast, lunch, and Dinner
Drive to Deban: 2 Hours
Trekking time: 5 Hours

The handing bamboo bridges of Arunachal
Awara Day 4: Hornbill Camp to Firmbase Camp

Trekking in India, Arunachal Pradesh includes activities like looking out for red panda as we trek towards Firmbase. Firmbase is India's most gorgeous site to camp ever with Dapha Burn peak. Enjoy the leisurely walk in an open landscape surrounded by butterflies and exotic species of birds. Tonight we will bonfire near the camps and share stories of all travelers.

Overnight stay at Firmbase camp
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
Trekking time: 4 Hours

Look out for Red Panda
Awara Day 5: Firmbase camp to Imbiong

Today we trek towards the Lisu tribe crossing the Namdapha river, we cross the river by stepping on stones and loose boulders. The Lisu migrated from Myanmar, they have deep knowledge about the birds and wildlife since they live close to nature. The Lisu tribe follows sustainable living with around 10 houses made of natural resources, flowers and do organic farming of fruits and vegetables for the entire village. The rest of the day is at leisure to know more about the tribe, their culture, and their way of living. 

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
Trekking time: 7 Hours

Awara Day 6: Imbiong to Baloo Khat

Did you ever dream to be in Jurrasic Park? Today you will be in something very close to it as we trek our way to Baloo Khat. We trek on banks of Noa Dihing river, crossing bamboo bridges and expansive grasslands. On reaching the campsite the view is rewarding for the journey done so far.

Overnight stay at Baloo Khat
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
Trekking time: 6 Hours

The Lisu Tribe migrated from Myanmar
Awara Day 7: Baloo Khat to Miao

Today is the day when you keep your camera ready for exotic species of birds and scenic views. Those snaps are not to be missed. The last day of the trek is going to be challenging with knee-wobbling slope and some steep areas and trekking in India is going to be an amazing experience. On reaching the Miao-Vijaynagar road, travelers would be transferred to taxis to be taken to hotel/eco-camp at Miao. Enjoy the last night together and bid goodbyes to fellow travelers with a promise to meet again on some other journey.

Overnight stay at Miao
Breakfast, lunch, and Dinner
Trekking time: 5 Hours

Awara Day 8: Miao to Dibrugarh

We start our drive early morning for Dibrugarh airport/railway station.

Breakfast included
Drive: 5 Hours

‘Our life is to travel, to travel is to live’
Awara Feet

What to Wear:
4 lightweight trousers or quick-dry track pants
8 T-shirts
Warm fleece jacket
Light pullover
6 pairs of cotton socks
1 pair of woolen socks for the night

What not to Wear:

Restrictive clothing
Expensive gadgets or jewelry
Things to keep in mind:

Money: Be sure to carry enough cash. 
Clothing: The altitude of makes it highly susceptible to unpredictable and inclement weather. Take good-quality trekking boots, sleeping bags, raincoat, and heavy woolen clothing. 
Ecological concerns: Cooperate with the authorities and dispose of all wastes in a proper place.
Permits: Will be taken care of by Awara Feet 
First-Aids: Diamox Tablets for altitude sickness, Bandages, Tylenol in case of headaches
Anyone ID proof/ passport (For Non-Indians)
Headlight/ Torch
Sunglasses: The sun is extremely strong sometimes
Accommodation: A single room or camp will be shared by 2 people each.


Will we get ATM's during the trek?

It is recommended to bring enough cash with you. Since the area is remote sometimes it is not working properly. 

What Clothing should I carry?

The altitude makes it highly susceptible to unpredictable and inclement weather. Take good-quality trekking boots, sleeping bags, raincoat, and heavy woolen clothing. 

Am I allowed to carry plastic bags?

We donot encourage use of plastic in Awara Feet as well as most parts of North-East have banned polythene. Cooperate with the authorities and dispose of all wastes in a proper place.

Do I need permits to travel ?

The permits will be taken care by us. 

4 Reviews

Shushobhita, Delhi
Trek through Nadampha was very thrilling because we were trekking in wildlife full of tigers, snow leopards, red fox and red panda. We were also able to spot few of them and photograph. The fun part was when we use to stop at some nice location and Anangsha use to give us paint lessons. I enjoyed my trip through out and it was worth the money.

Nim Tshering
Nim Tshering, Meghalaya
I always wanted to do the trek to Nadampha and then I came across Awara Feet. The trek is challenging and one needs to be daring to do it. For 8 days we trek through the wildlife and also get to spot one. I always wanted to see cute red pandas and this trek made it possible. Value for money .

Nandani, Agra
This is my second trip with Awara Feet. I love traveling with them because these guys have made traveling possible to unexplored places. Nadampha Rainforest trek was very challenging and we were passing through some tough trails. We got to spot lots of wild life and picture some.

Saloni, Lucknow
I always enjoy trekking. Nadampha Rainforest trek was something new to me and I wanted to try it out. I enjoyed my trip with Awara Feet. We also everyday had painting lessons hosted by Anangsha. she was amazing.

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