Event Introduction 


Tawang is unexplored heaven. Situated in the western piece of Arunachal Pradesh at a tallness of around 3500 m over the ocean level, the spot is both generally and normally enriched. In view of its remote area, heading out to Tawang is regularly seen as hard to a few. Be that as it may, it is one of the most wonderful spots of the north-eastern Himalayas. Encompassed by the Tibet in the northern part, Bhutan in the Southwest and the Sela extends in the east, the spot can flaunt the common magnificence of frosty lakes just as the snow-secured tops. 

Home to the well known Tawang Monastery, this lovely goal settled between the Chinese and Bhutanese borders has the absolute most picturesque lakes and scenes surrounding it. Aside from the Tawang Monastery, the 400 years of age Urgelling Monastery is an incredible find as are the Brahmadung Nunnery, affectionately alluded to as the Anni Gompa by local people, and the Tawang War Memorial which is committed to our fighters who made a definitive penance during the Chinese hostility of 1962.


Reasons why you should join the Tawang Road Trip


  1. Pass through Sela Pass


Sela Pass at 13,700 ft, is one of the motorable high-elevation mountain passes in the world and the main reason why you should visit Tawang. The mountain pass is the best way to access Tawang by the street. The view of the Sela Pass is genuinely out of the world. While visiting the Sela pass, take a halt at the Paradise Lake. You will be awestruck by only one look at it. 


 2. A visit to Tawang Monastery


Tawang Monastery is Asia's second-biggest monastery and India's biggest which controls 17 Gompas in the locale. The striking pleasures of the religious community is forcing a three-celebrated get-together corridor, the 28 ft high brilliant statue of Lord Buddha, a tremendous library with a great accumulation of old books and original copies. Try not to miss to investigate popular gold recorded Buddhist sacred texts Kangyur and Tangyur.


Short Itinerary 


Day 1

Drive from Guwahati to Kaziranga (193 km, 6 hrs)


Day 2

Wilderness Safari - Drive to Bomdila (204 km, 9 hrs) 


Day 3

Exciting Ride from Bomdila to Tawang  via Sela Pass (170 km, 8 hrs) 


Day 4

Explore Tawang –the Largest monastery in India and War Memorial


Day 5

Tawang to Bumla Pass and Sangetsar Lake (100 km, 7 hrs)


Day 6

Tawang to Dirang (130 km, 6 hrs)


Day 7

Dirang to Guwahati (330 km, 11 hrs)


Day 1: Drive from Guwahati to Kaziranga (193 km, 6 hrs)

Arrive in Guwahati by 9:00 am & meet the team captain. From here transfer to Kaziranga National Park a tiger reserve and furthermore acclaimed for UNESCO world legacy site. Check-in to your camps. Evening at your leisure. Have a campfire followed by a scrumptious

Night at relaxation. 

Campfire, Dinner and medium-term remain in camps.


Day 2: Wilderness Safari - Drive to Bomdila (204 km, 9 hrs)

Wake up in the morning and start your day with a scrumptious breakfast. After breakfast go for a Jungle Safari & enjoy nature. Check out of the camp & leave for Bomdila. Bomdila is a picturesque place with a number of tourist attractions. Once you reach Bomdila, check-in to your hotel. Overnight at Bomdila.


Day 3: Exciting Ride from Bomdila to Tawang  via Sela Pass (170 km, 8 hrs) 

After breakfast check out from the hotel head to Gontse Rabgyaling Monastery (Upper Gompa) and Thub Chog Gatsel Ling Monastery (Lower Gompa). Start for Tawang. This ride will be a trial of your abilities as you cross the tricky and furthermore the most amazing Pass of this adventure – The Sela Pass. In transit, we will witness the Sela Lake too. Check-in to the hotel. Dinner and Overnight Stay at the Hotel.


Day 4: Explore Tawang –the Largest monastery in India and War Memorial


After breakfast, depart to investigate the town of Tawang.  Visit the Tawang Monastery, the largest monastery in India. Explore the monastery. Next, visit the War Memorial and the Craft Center. Evening at leisure. The night is free for relaxation.


Day 5: Tawang to Bumla Pass and Sangetsar Lake (100 km, 7 hrs)

Post breakfast, depart for a journey for Bumla Pass. In transit visit Sangetsar Lake which is otherwise called Madhuri Lake. Reach Bumla Pass, Border on India and China. Visit Penga Teng Tso lake. Back to the hotel in the evening. Overnight stay in the Hotel.


Day 6: Tawang to Dirang (130 km, 6 hrs)


Post breakfast depart for Dirang. In transit make a trip to get a perspective on the spiritualist Jung Falls. Check into the hotel & freshen up. Visit Dirang Monastery. Overnight stay.


Day 7: Dirang to Guwahati (330 km, 11 hrs)


Wake up early and have breakfast. Check out of your hotel & depart or Guwahati. On reaching Guwahati check in to the hotel. Have dinner & relax. Overnight stay at the hotel.


Day 8: Departure

Have breakfast & leave for the airport. Depart to your concerned destination with lots of amazing trip memories to cherish for a lifetime.


Other Info Para at the bottom of the brief itinerary


Being cuddled in the flawless magnificence of North East India, it is one of the most excellent places. The amazing scene of transcending slopes, solidified lakes, cascades, mountain passes, is really fabulous; however that isn't all, the town is an observer to old history. Religious communities, ancestral culture, exciting games, friendly individuals and loosening up escape make Tawang one of best places for occasions in North East India



8 Nights 7 Days Available on request
What we'll give/What we won't

What is included in the tour

  • Bike Rent for 7 days, Helmet, Riding Gears & Fuel Expense. (for biking option

  • Whole travel as per the itinerary.

  • Accommodation for 7 nights in hotels on triple sharing basis

  • 14 suppers will be given all through the trip. 7 Breakfasts and 7 Dinners

  • All inner line permits for the trip

  • Team leader throughout the trip.

  • Driver night charges’, toll tax, parking charges.

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

What is NOT included in the tour

  • GST (5%) is applicable extra.

  • Any other Food and Beverage charge that is excluded in the package.

  • Any other costing involved due to any kind of natural calamity, forced circumstances which are out of our control.

  • Any tip, fees, bills, safaris etc.

  • Bike damage except engine damage

  • Anything not mentioned in the inclusions.

Things to Carry
Things to Carry
  • Trekking shoes with a decent grasp; sports shoes won't be sufficient.
  • A 40 to 60 litre rucksack with strong build and straps with a rain-cover.
  • Two warm layers of clothing Wool, fleece and a cushioned jacket.
  • Two-track pants. Wear one and carry one.
  • Two collared t-shirts, ideally full-sleeve to shield from sunburn.
  • Shades, sun cap & woolen gloves.
  • Socks, LED headlamp/torch, and a trekking pole.
  • A 20-liter day pack, toiletries, for example, toothbrushes, toothpaste, sunscreen, soap, lip ointment, toilet paper, and a light towel.
  • Coffee mug, lunch box & cutlery.
  • Two 1-liter water bottles.
  • Plastic bags.
  • Compulsory documents such as valid ID proofs and their photocopies.
  • Medical kit with all necessary medicines.