Assam has four well defined seasons in a year summer, monsoon, winter and spring which present Assam in different moods. The state experiences high rainfall and humidity as it has bounteous forest cover almost through it’s length and breadth. When it come to East India Tour Packages, Assam Plays the Key Destination with its Own Beauty !
Tour Itinerary :
Received at Dibrugarh airport and transferred to Mancotta/Chowkidinghee Heritage Chang Bungalow. Afternoon option to take a tea walk in Mancotta Tea Estate. Evening enjoy a dance performance by an ethnic dance group on the bungalow lawns.
Dibrugarh is the gateway to the “hidden land” of Eastern Arunachal Pradesh and Northern Myanmar. The Ahoms from Thailand came through Northern Myanmar to this area in the 13th century to establish their empire which thrived in the ancient land of Assam. It is the “Camellia” town of Upper Assam, an undisturbed, unspoiled and undistributed paradise on earth with breath- taking scenic beauty surrounded by a lush green expanse of tea plantations.
Overnight at Mancotta/Chowkidinghee Heritage Chang Bungalow.
Post breakfast, take a tea tour around a tea estate known for producing high quality CTC teas i.e. Ethelwold Tea Estate. Also experience a tea tasting session of different types of tea with a knowledgeable person in the field of tea / practicing estate manager.
Later we drive on to the river front to take a BOAT CRUISE on the mighty Brahmaputra River in a country boat (Subject to weather conditions). Cruise up to a beach island in the midst of the river. Enroute there is a possibility of your sighting flocks of migratory water birds and the elusive Gangetic river dolphin. Enjoy the view of the eastern Himalayas and take a nature walk
in the vast expanse of grasslands surrounding the island. Enjoy your picnic lunch or take a nature walk in the vast expanse of grasslands surrounding the island or go for kayaking. Return to the mainland. Overnight at Mancotta/Chowkidinghee Heritage Chang Bungalow.
Visit to a tea factory is subject to it being operational on the day of the visit. There is no tea plucking between December till mid March and hence the actual manufacturing process of tea cannot be demonstrated when one visits the factory during this period. The factory also remains closed on Monday’s of the week.
Post breakfast drive to visit Mukul Tea Estate, known for its Organic Hand Rolled Green Tea. Later drive to Tinsukia and check in at Wathai Heritage Bungalow, Limbuguri Tea Estate for 01 night. Post lunch, option to go for a tea walk to the Limbuguri Wetlands to see some birdlife.Overnight at the Bungalow.
Post breakfast drive to Margherita (50 kms / 01 ½ hrs) and visit Enthong village which is inhabited by the Singpho tribe and produces traditional organic tea. Later we drive to Digboi, the first oil town of South Asia. Visit the Oil Museum and the 2nd World War Allied Forces Cemetery where 200 graves are permanently maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and Namphake Village. Drive back to Dibrugarh. Overnight at the Bungalow.Note: Digboi museum remains closed on Monday of the week.
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