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Bike Trip to Tawang: Losar Festival in Arunachal Pradesh

Price: 29000.00
Pillion: 26000.00

Awara Feet Proffer: Photography

Let’s take a break from hectic city life and get on your bike to drive to one of the most beautiful towns of North-east India: Tawang, driving through snow-capped peaks, lakes by the side, remote hamlets, mountain views and sleepy villages

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Let’s take a break from hectic city life and get on your bike to drive to one of the most beautiful towns of North-east India: Tawang and losar festival. Did you ever imagine yourself driving through snow-capped peaks, lakes by the side, remote hamlets, mountain views and sleepy villages? This journey to Tawang makes all of your imagination come true. The beautiful land of Tawang is inhabited by the Monpa tribe, situated at the height of 3500 meters, bounded by Tibet to the North, Bhutan to the South-West and Sela Pass to the west.

Awara Feet Proffer: Photography

Tempo Traveler: 24,000INR
RE Classic 350 Bike (Including fuel): 29000INR
RE Himalayan Bike (Including fuel): 32000INR

*Please note: INR 10,000/- needs to be submitted as security for the bike before the start of the trip. Any damage to the bike, except engine damage, has to be borne directly by the client.*


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.

Accommodation on double sharing

Charges of Inner Line Permits (ILP) and Meals mentioned in itinerary

Expert mechanic and Safety Vehicle

Fuel, Helmet and Biking Gears

An oxygen cylinder 24×7 in the cab in case of an emergency

Includes GST

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

During the trip, any additional Accessories / Parts charges required for repair / replacement of bike has to be incurred by participants only.

All personal expenses made by participants

Any Medical/Rescue evacuations due to Mishaps

Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary/stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, natural calamities like, landslides roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control (to be borne by the clients directly on the sport.)

Any damage to the bike except engine damage has to be borne by the client

Awara Day 1: Guwahati

We start our trip with the city known for music and Art, Guwahati. You would need the tour representative and be welcomed with local chai. Every traveler will be given respective bikes. Today the awaras will get to meet fellow travelers, chit-chat and evening we go to one of the cafés for live music and dinner. Welcome aboard AWARAS!!

Overnight stay at Guwahati
Dinner included

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Awara Day 2: Guwahati to Bhalukpong

Bhalukpong is known for breath-taking views, a peaceful village near the Kameng river and virgin forests.  One would also get to sneak-peek on the ethnic tribes of Bhalukpong and their fascinating culture and lifestyle. In the evening we also visit Asia’s largest Orchid garden with 450 Orchids out of 1000 found in India. It’s going to be a beautiful ride from Guwahati to the best kept secret village- Bhalukpong.

Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Drive: 6 Hours/233Kms

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Awara Day 3: Bhalukpong to Dirang

Dirang is the rustic charm to eyes with snowy mountains with forever smiling people welcoming you will make your heart melt. One can chill and dip their feet in Dirang Chu River or have a relaxing bath at hot water springs to refresh yourself from the long journey. Sangti Valley is a must-visit place with a gorgeous view and warm-hearted people. Enjoy the walk around the valley and lifestyle of locals.

Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Drive: 4 Hours/137Kms

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Awara Day 4: Dirang to Tawang

We reach Tawang on the day of the Losar Festival, one of the most important festivals of Tawang celebrated by the Monpa Tribe. It is celebrated as the coming of New Year. We would witness the festivities in a high-spirit whole day on streets of Tawang, people hosting flags, traditionally singing and dancing. It is the best time to be in Tawang around the Losar festival. We will on our route to Tawang also cross Sela Pass, one of the highest points of our trip. While riding we would witness colorful tribes greeting us. 

Breakfast. Lunch and Dinner
Drive: 5 Hours/131Kms

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Losar festival at Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh
Awara Day 5: Tawang

The whole day is at leisure, one can get indulge in the festivities of Losar and also visit the beautiful Tso Lake and Madhuri Lake. One can also visit the famous Tawang monastery full of 100’s of the monk, enjoy local cuisines or shop for souvenirs and enjoy losar festival.

Overnight stay at Tawang
Breakfast and Dinner

losar festival and twang bike trip
Awara Day 6: Tawang to Bomdila

On our way to Bomdila, we will stop at 1962 Indo-China War Memorial, dedicated to Rifleman Jaswant Singh Rawat who fought for 72 hours as a single man army holding attack of China. The memorial is surrounded by scenic views. On our ride towards Bomdila enjoy the scenic view of snowy-peaks namely Kangta (7090mts), Nyegi Kangsang (7050mts) and Gorichen (6488mts).

Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Drive: 6 Hours/172Kms

losar festival and twang bike trip
Awara Day 7: Bomdila

The day is at leisure. Enjoy the lifestyle of Bomdila village, get to know the locals their traditions, culture, and local cuisines. One can visit the monasteries or can just get lost for hours on the scenic beauty of Bomdila. Bomdila is the photographer’s delight, so do not forget to take those awesome snaps to flaunt with friends and family. At the time of dinner, all travelers would be introduced to the local beer of Arunachal, which is served hot. Bomdila offers mesmerizing views of Kangto and Gorichen peaks, the highest peaks of state.

Must try: Momos and Local Beer
Overnight stay at Bomdila
Breakfast and Dinner

losar festival and twang bike trip
Awara Day 8: Bomdila to Tezpur

Tezpur is situated next to the Brahmaputra river and is called ‘The city of blood’ steeped in mythologies and legends. The rest of the day is at leisure to enjoy the picturesque landscape, snow-capped mountains, and ancient temples. Enjoy the last night of the trip together with fellow awara travelers.

Must try: Chaat house café, Oasis café
Must visit: Adnigarh Hill, Chitralekha Udyan
Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Drive: 5.5 Hours/ 154 Kms

losar festival and twang bike trip
Awara Day 9: Tezpur to Guwahati

Today is the last stretch of the journey. On reaching Guwahati transfer to airport/railway station would be done. We goodbye to all travelers with a promise to meet again on some journey.

Drive: 4 Hours
Breakfast included

‘Our life is to travel, to travel is to live’
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losar festival and twang bike trip
What type of food? Veg or non-veg?

Food includes Veg. Liquor/Soft Drinks/Mineral Water charges, participants need to bear.

If Hotels then what types of Hotels? Please share one or two names and some images.

We have booked all Hotels considering Families & especially girls. All rooms will be having attached clean washrooms.

How many people would be sharing one room?

Every room will be shared by maximum of 2 people. If a group of friends want to share room on triple occupancy basis the charges will be 10% less for all three occupants. 

My girlfriend also wants to join. So I am bit worried about safety and also washroom facilities during daytime. Can you explain on this?

We will take stops whenever & wherever required. We will see to it that during daytime journey halts are taken on regular intervals. These halts will be taken where there would be good facility of wash rooms are available.

My friend wants to join but he/she doesn’t want to rent the bike or he/she doesn’t know how to drive, can she join?

If your friend is willing to sit behind you on the bike, he/she can join and would be liable to pay 90% of the booking fee. 

What will be the size of each batch? Minimum & Maximum?

There will be only one batch of Max 20 people excluding our team

What about petrol price? Is it included in package price?

Petrol Cost is not included in package as each bike consumes depending upon its average.

What if my bike gets damaged and we need to wait for assistance from nearby village? Will the team move forward? Will there be anyone from the ?

Certainly!!! We will not leave you alone in any such critical circumstances. One of our member will be with you till the bike gets repaired completely. During such incidence group will be divided into three teams. One team will proceed further. Team 2 will go in nearby village & seek for any help & team 3 will be with you. In each team, there will be organizing team member.

Is there any tax I need to pay? What is the amount of Tax?

The package cost is Net Payable so you don't have to pay anything other than this as a Tax.

5 Reviews

Chetan Anjan
Chetan Anjan,
It truly was biking through heaven. such pretty landscapes and the team made us enjoy through our entire road journey. They are a team of youngsters who know how to travel ethically. They arranged photography workshop for all travelers free of cost and we learned while we were traveling. I have come back home with beautiful memories. Cheers! <3

Nancy, Gujrat
I went to Tawang Bike trip with my friend. We were driving through heaven. The journey was so mesmerising, felt like a scene from Rockstar movie. It was worth the money we spent and Natasha is doing an amazing job organising trips to such offbeat places. She also gave photography lessons. We went back home with good memories.

Shalini, Odisha
I did the Tawang Bike Trip with Awara Feet and these guys are gem in traveling. They made us travel places which were not mentioned in itinerary and was extra. They truly love traveling and if you are looking for young like minded travelers, I highly recommend Awara Feet.

Livia, Brazil
Awara Feet was suggested to me by the hostel I was staying at. I wanted to travel North-East of India and these guys made it possible. We biked through the Sela-Pass and Bombdilla. I enjoyed my journey with them and made good friends along the way. Highly appreciate the fact that these guys are adapting to sustainable ways of traveling which is hard to see in India.

Ankit, Mysore
I have been biking across India since many years and North-East was the only part left to cover. I came across the advertisement of Awara Feet and decided to join the tour organised by these guys. The journey was amazing and roads and views were mesmerising. It truly was biking through heaven. We got to experience so much culture and Sela-Pass was always on my bucket list. These guys are doing an amazing job. Hip hip Hurray!

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