5 Nights / 6 Days Tour
Day 1 : Pick up from Dibrugarh Airport / Tinsukia Railway Station. Transfer to Houseboat / Tent / Resort. Barbeque on the sandbanks in the evening.
Day 2 : Morning and afternoon boat safari in ‘Maguri Beel’
Day 3 : Morning to afternoon boat cruise on river Brahmaputra, Lohit and Dibru rivers. Lunch will be served on boat.
Day 4 : After breakfast transfer to Namdapha National Park by road. En-route lunch will be provided. Reach resort by afternoon and enjoy the riverside.
Day 5 : Morning to afternoon full day on foot safari. Packed lunch will be provided.Dinner to be served at resort.
Day 6 : After breakfast drop to Dibrugarh Airport / Tinsukia Railway Station.
Estimated cost for 4 pax (Indian Nationality) : Rs. 21,000/- per head
Highlights of the trip
Exotic location for stay under starry skies in a houseboat / tent on a deserted river bank as per your choice in Dibru Saikhowa. Excellent for star trails photography.
The vast backdrop of snow-capped Eastern Himalayas with the riverine jungle interspersed with small tribal settlements sets the perfect tone for the river safari.
Hoolock Gibbons, Jerdon’s Babblers, Baikal Bush Warblers, Baer’s Pochards, only population of Feral Horses in Asia (early November), Falcated Ducks, Slender-bill Vultures, close encounters with Wild Buffalos…. for anything more exquisite we suggest Virunga National Park, Congo or Pantanal National Park in Brazil.
In Namdapha the ‘Big four’ that is Tigers (Panthera tigris), Leopards (Panthera pardus), Snow Leopards(Panthera uncia) and Clouded Leopards (Neofelis nebulosa) are seen along with fishing cats, marbled cats and Asiatic golden cats. Namdapha is also the largest Tiger Reserve in India and parts of it remain unexplored to this date.
Dholes, Black Bears, Elephants, Binturong, Common palm civet, musk deer, sambar, goral, hog deer etc are found here.
Also 425 species of birds have been recorded here with a lot more to be found.
Namdapha is one of the best places for nature photography with breathtaking vistas of Eastern Himalayas.