Destination: DIBRU–SAIKHOWA NATIONAL PARK– DEHING PATKAI – DIBRUGARH.
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Receive at Mohanbari Airport at Dibrugarh, and drive to Tinsukia ( 34 kms, one and half hours drive). Check into a resort/ Eco camp on arrival.
Early morning visit the Barekuri Village & view the Hollock Gibbon and proceed to Dibru – Saikhowa National Park which is situated at a distance of around 13 km from Tinsukia. It is surrounded by rivers Dibru, Brahmaputra and Lohit. This park is famous for its wet evergreen forests and tropical moist deciduous forests. The park is home to various animals and is popular for its feral horses and diversity of fish. Return to the resort/ Eco camp and halt.
After breakfast proceed to Dehing-Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary which is rich in its bio – diversity. Wildlife is the main attraction for the tourists. The dense forest with unique vegetation is mesmerizing. The banks of the river Dehing (Dihing) provides very nice landscapes. Overnight halt in the Nam Phakiyal Village and interact with the villagers
After breakfast visit the butterfly hotspot dedicated to a range of butterflies. Proceed to Namsai which is called the land of Golden Pagoda. River Dihing located nearby has contributed a lot to the growth of Namsai . A visit to this place will offer an opportunity to see the colourful and rich tribal culture. Living in harmony with nature, these tribal people have good standard of living. Return to the Namphakiyal village and explore the branch of the great Tai race, which entered Assam in the latter half of the 18th century. They came through the Patkai range and lived in Mogoung (now in Myanmar) till 1700 A.D. The word ‘Phake’ has been derived from the Tai words ‘Pha’ meaning wall and ‘Ke’ meaning old antiquity. People living near and around the antique stone wall in due course came to be known as ‘kunphake’ i.e. people residing near phake part of the country.The main attraction of this village are sunset in Namphake, boating in the river Buridhing, Pagoda built in 1937, Buddist Monastry, symbolic Ashoka pillar, Nong Mungchiringta (Musulinda tank), traditional stilt house, traditional dances like Kakong (drum Dance), Kapan (welcome dance), Kachong (umberella Dance) and Ka feefai (dimond dance). Overnight halt in the Village
After breakfast proceed to Mohanbari Airport.