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Mon, Mokokchung, Kohima, Jorhat & Majuli 13 Nights & 14 Days

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Package - Mon, Mokokchung, Kohima, Jorhat & Majuli 13 Nights & 14 Days

Duration - 13 Nights & 14 Days

Night Halt - Dibrugarh (01), Digboi (01), Mon (02), Mokokchung (01), Tuophema (01), Kohima (02), Jorhat (02), Majuli (01) & Kaziranga (02)

Sightseeing - Kaziranga National Park, Dibrugarh, Mon, Mokokchung, Kohima, Jorhat & Majuli, Ungma, Longkhum, Tuophema & Kohima

Pick Up & Drop - Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport (GAU) / Guwahati Railway Station (GHY) / Dibrugarh Airport (DIB) / Dibrugarh Water Port / Dibrugarh Town Railway Station (DBRT)

Mon, Mokokchung, Kohima, Jorhat & Majuli 13 Nights & 14 Days

Itinerary for Package Tour

Day- 01

Arrival & transfer to Dibrugarh  - On arrival at Dibrugarh our representative will receive guests and assist them to get transferred to Dibrugarh - One can travel from Guwahati to Dibrugarh by Road or Board the flight for Dibrugarh or can take the Luxury Cruise from Guwahati along Brahmaputra River - Dibrugarh is the gateway to the "Hidden Land" of Eastern Arunachal Pradesh - Dibrugarh is located 450 kilometers east of Guwahati - Dibrugarh is well connected to the rest of India by rail, road and air transport and thus serves as a gateway to eastern Assam and also parts of Arunachal Pradesh - Well known as the Tea City of India - Dibrugarh is considered to be a major city in eastern India in line with Guwahati and is the emerging communication and industrial hub of North East India It is also considered as an economic hub of North East region of India - Reach Dibrugarh & transfer to the hotel - After fresh-n-up have a pleasant walk along with river bank or explore the nearby market - Overnight stay at Dibrugarh

Day- 02

Transfer from Dibrugarh to Digboi with Sightseeing - Early morning breakfast - Post Breakfast start for Digboi - , Guest will leave for travel to Digboi - On the way, visit the Namphake Village - It is approximately 82 kilometers and is nearly 02 hours drive - The Village was established in 1850 AD by 600 members of the Phakial community - The villagers have maintained their culture and preserved the century-old traditions - The villagers here are Buddhist by religion - Visit the Namphake monastery - Further visit the Bell Temple - Here, one will find hundreds of big and small bells tied up to the poles, walls, and trees in the temple-yard as it is a belief that if your wish is granted when you visit this temple for the first time, one can tie a bell in the temple-yard as testimony - Reach Digboi & check-in hotel - Rumoured to have been named after the phrase "dig-boy-dig," and has interesting features like handicrafts, textiles, war cemetery, and wildlife sanctuary.- Digboi had a well-developed infrastructure and a number of bungalows unique to the town - Digboi Oil Centenary Museum, Digboi War Cemetery, Digboi 18 hole Golf Course, Digboi Oil Field, Digboi Centenary Park & Digboi Bar - Evening free to stroll to the local market - Overnight stay at Hotel / Eco resort/homestay in Digboi

Day- 03

Transfer from Digboi to Mon  (Nagaland) - After breakfast start for Mon - It is 155 kilometers and is 03 - 03½ hours drive by road - Mon is a town [District Headquarter] and is the northernmost district of Nagaland - Arunachal Pradesh to its north, Assam to its west, Myanmar to its east, Longleng district to its south-west and Tuensang district to its south - It is situated at an altitude of 898 meters - It is the home of the Konyak Nagas - Here, you will see the people with tattooed faces and wearing feathers. The natives are adept artisans and skilled craftsmen - In Mon you will be impressed by the excellent wood carvings, Daos (machetes), Guns, Gunpowder, Head Brushes, Headgear, Necklaces, etc. made by these artisans and craftsmen. The most colourful festival of the Konyaks, Aoleang Monyu celebrated in the first week of April every year - During festivals, the males wear colorful shawls and headgear decorated with feathers and dance with Daos or spears chanting rhythmically - The Dynasty of Konyaks was ruled by hereditary chiefs known as Anghs - The Angh's house is the largest in the village with a display of skulls in the front - Overnight stay at Mon

Day- 04

Mon to Shangnyu Village excursion - Early morning breakfast - Next visit Shangnyu village - It is the prominent village in the Mon district and ruled by its chief Angh  - The Angh’s house (chief’s house) is located here is believed to be more than 500 years old - The uniquely carved structure still stands tall - The memorial stones are also found in front of Angh’s Palace - Guest will have a full day excursion to Shangnyu village - True tradition is seen here where people are still not touched by modern ways - Here we will meet with village folk and see their way of life - Guests can visit the Angh’s Palace, 8 feet in height and 12 feet in breadth - Believed to be constructed by heavenly angels - Carvings of human beings and other creatures are engraved on this monument  -  Nagaland Zoological Park, Doyang Hydro Project, Totsu Wozhu Lake, Langpangkong Caves, Ongpangkong Range, Intanki Wildlife Sanctuary are the best places to visit nearby.- Later return to Mon - Overnight stay at Hotel / Eco resort/homestay at Mon

Day- 05

Transfer to Mokokchung - Early morning breakfast - Next transfer to Mokokchung - It is approximately 375  via Tuensang-Mon-Naginimora Road and National Highway 02 is nearly 07 hours - The Home of the Ao Naga tribe -  Mokokchung is the cultural nerve-center of the Ao people and is economically and politically the most important urban center in northern Nagaland - Chuchuyimlang is the village of festivals for the Ao Nagas - The Moatsu festival, based on community bonding, takes place here from the first of May till the third - During this period, the villagers expressed their friendship towards villagers by exchanging gifts making new alliances, renewing old ties etc - Mokokchung has a mild climate throughout the year - Mokokchung is particularly noted for its extravagant Christmas, New Year, Moatsu and Tsungremong celebrations - Dimapur and Mokokchung are the only towns in Nagaland with a significant suburbs Mokukchung has Chuchuyimpang, Mokokchung Village, Khensa and Ungma - On arrival, check into the guest house and evening free to stroll around the village - Overnight stay in Mokokchung

Day- 06

Visit Mokokchung, Ungma & Longkhum & transfer to Tuophema - Early morning breakfastNext guests will have an excursion to Ungma and Longkhum villages followed by a drive to Tuophema.Longkhum - The village is known for scenic beauty - During springs, the Rhododendrons adorn the hillocks and its surroundings, providing an astounding sight in full bloom - According to an old Naga, 'a single visit to Longkhum is not enough, for your soul stays behind the first time and you have to return there once for more to get it back' - This saying springs from the fact. Here one will have the chance to visit its exquisite ethnic handlooms & handicrafts - Ungma: This is the oldest and the largest of all the Ao villages and the second largest village on Nagal - Longkhum, which is 17 kilometers away, Ungma is 11 kilometers from Mokokchung Town, Ungma occupies a unique position in the history of the Ao Nagas, for it is said that the whole Ao tribe founded this village when they first entered the land from their ancestral Home at Chungliyimti - The place is considered to be a living museum of the traditions of the tribe - Further, drive to Tuophema village. On arrival, check into the ethnic tourist cottages built in the Angami Naga style - Overnight stay at Hotel / Eco resort/homestay at Touphema

Day- 07

Excursion to Tuophema & Khonoma Village - Early morning breakfast - Guest can go for a full-day excursion to the nearby enchanting places - We will start with the visit to the Touphema village nearly 40 kilometers from Kohima -  - Tuophema Tourist Village, set up in 2001 as a community effort by the people is self-funded, organised and designed, the tourist village was the result of the joint efforts of the different khels or clans now hailed as a model of rural homestays - It offers a unique glimpse into the rural life of a different kind than most Indians would be familiar with -  A museum in the village showcases collections of musical instruments, handicrafts, textiles, wood carvings, and jewellery -  The Angami Sekrenyi festival a festival of purification is celebrated here between 25-27 February of every year - It is believed that the purified water washes away the diseases and misfortunes - Further, we will drive to Khonoma village, a place renowned for its valour and courage - The Khonoma gate tells the story of British infiltration into Naga Hills - Khonoma village is located about 20 kilometers from Kohima - The village, referred to as Khwunoria (named after the Angami term for a local plant, Glouthera fragrantisima), is estimated to be around 700 years old and is spread over an area of 123 square kilometers - In the evening, return to Kohima the capital city of State Nagaland - Overnight stay at Hotel / Eco resort/homestay at Kohima

Day- 08

Kohima full day sightseeing - Early morning breakfast and next to Bara Basti and Kisema village - The Battle of Kohima and Imphal was the bloodiest of World War II in India, and it cost Japan much of its best army in Burma - Hence visit the Second World War Memorial - In 1944 during the Second World War the allied forces fought a bloody but victorious battle against the Japanese - Visit war cemetery to honour the memories of the soldiers - The Cemetery has the famous inscription "When You Go Home, Tell them of us and say, for your tomorrow, We Gave Our Today” for the undoubting courage displayed by the war heroes in order to preserve the freedom of the future generation - Also visit the State Museum at Bayani Hill - It provides various aspects of Naga Culture - It displays the lifestyle of the Naga tribes, there Artifacts, handlooms, & Handicrafts, Tools & Implements, Gems & Jewellery, Coins & Ancient weaponry, which shows the rich Culture and Heritage of its native - Later, return to the hotel - Overnight stay at Hotel / Eco resort/homestay at Kohima

Day- 09

Transfer from Kohima to Jorhat - Early morning breakfast - In the morning after breakfast at the hotel, guests will leave for the long drive towards Jorhat - It is nearly 06 hours and approximately 240 kilometers - Jorhat City is a major urban center of the state of Assam in India - Jorhat ("jor" means twin and "hat" means market) means two hats or mandis- "Macharhat" and "Chowkihat" which existed on the two different banks of the river Bhogdoi. During the 18th century, Jorhat was the last capital of the Ahom Kingdom -  It is home to many historical monuments of Assamese culture - Jorhat was the first town of the Upper and central Assam installing electricity supply in 1923 - The first airplane on north-eastern soil was landed in Jorhat in 1928 - Jorhat Gymkhana Club is the oldest golf course in Asia and third oldest in the world - Some of the attraction are Bangal Pukhuri, Thengal Manor, Burigosain Devalaya, Purnananda Buragohain Maidam, Bilvesvar Siva Temple, Magolu Khat, Dhekiakhowa Bornamghar and Raja MaidamBangal Pukhuri, Thengal Manor, Burigosain Devalaya, Purnananda Buragohain Maidam, Bilvesvar Siva Temple, Magolu Khat, Dhekiakhowa Bornamghar and Raja Maidam - On arrival at Jorhat, check into the tea bungalow/hotel - Evening free to stroll around the market - Overnight stay in Jorhat

Day- 10

Jorhat Sightseeing - Early morning breakfast - Next explore the nearby tea gardens - Visit the Gymkhana club in Jorhat, which was built in 1876 by D. Slimmon - It is well known for a venue for horse races - The club also holds a lush green 9-hole golf course circuit which is the third oldest in the world - The club also offers facilities in lawn tennis grass courts, swimming pool, billiards, polo, gentleman's bar and cinema theatre - Later, in the evening, one can roam around Garh Ali - This is the main commercial hub of Jorhat town - Just walk in the bylane locally known as Marwari Gali - Here, you will be moving through the very narrow and congested, populated street where you will find the little shops famous for North - Other attractions are  Bangal Pukhuri, Thengal Manor, Burigosain Devalaya, Purnananda Buragohain Maidam, Bilvesvar Siva Temple, Magolu Khat, Dhekiakhowa Bornamghar and Raja Maidam - East Indian fabrics and handicrafts - One can also enjoy the delicious dishes at Taari Di Hatti - Return to the hotel - Overnight stay at Jorhat

Day- 11

Transfer from Jorhat to Majuli -  Early morning breakfast - Next guest  drive to the Nimati Gahat, the ferry point for Majuli - Mājuli or Majoli is a river island in the Brahmaputra River, Assam and in 2016 it became the first island to be made a district in India - On reaching, board the ferry for Majuli, the biggest River Island in the world and seat of Vaishnavite - Guest will cross-mighty Brahmaputra on a ferry to reach this historic Island - On arrival, check into the tourist rest house - After fresh-n-up and go on village walk and also visit the Satras or monasteries - Natives practices agriculture, fishing and weaving - Sixty-five out of the six hundred and sixty-five original satras in Assam were situated in Majuli -  However, today only twenty-two of the original sixty-five are operational - The satras have honed certain art and craft traditions like in Natun Samuguri Satra one can still find the craft of mask-making; and in the Kamalabari Satra the finest boats are made  - The weaving is particularly delicate, making use of a whole range of colours in cotton and silk which found only in Assam - Evening free to stroll around the area - Overnight stay at the hotel in Majuli

Day- 12

Departure Transfer from Majuli to Kaziranga - Early morning breakfast - In the morning drive to the Ferry point to board the ferry back to the Nimati Ghat - On arrival drive to Kaziranga - Kaziranga is a vast expanse of tall elephant grass, marshland, and dense tropical moist broadleaf forests, crisscrossed by four major rivers, including the Brahmaputra, and the park includes numerous small bodies of water - Kaziranga National Park is a national park in the Golaghat and Nagaon districts of the state of Assam, India - The sanctuary, which hosts two-thirds of the world's great one-horned rhinoceroses is a World Heritage Site- Kaziranga National Park - Kaziranga is recognized as an Important Bird Area by BirdLife International for the conservation of avifaunal species -  Observation towers are situated at Sohola, Mihimukh, Kathpara, Foliamari, and Harmoti for wildlife viewing - Kaziranga National Orchid and Biodiversity Park established at Durgapur village is a latest attraction to the tourists - On reaching Kaziranga transfer to the wildlife resort / hotel - In the evening guests can stroll nearby - Overnight stay at Kaziranga

Day- 13

Kaziranga National Park Activities -  Early morning explore any one zone of Kaziranga National Park on back of Elephant - Elephant riding time are: 1st Ride- 5.15-6.15 AM; 2nd ride: 6.30-7.30 am - Return to hotel / Resort for Breakfast -  The highest density of tigers among protected areas in the world and was declared a Tiger Reserve in 2006 - Apart from the Rhino, other species found are Hog Deer, Swamp Deer, Wild Buffalo, Elephants and if guests are lucky then they can spot  tiger also - After lunch Jeep safari in the Central Range -  Visitors willing to view wildlife by motorcars are guided through these roads by the staff of forest department - The visitors are allowed to take in their own vehicles, however no visitor is allowed to enter the park without an accompanying representative of the forest department - Observation towers are situated at Sohola, Mihimukh, Kathpara, Foliamari and Harmoti for spotting wildlife - After breakfast free for leisure or you can visit tea  plantations  rubber plantations or visit Assamese Village & Craft Centre etc - Evening free to stroll around the area - Overnight stay at Kaziranga

Day- 14

Departure Transfer to Guwahati Airport Or Station - One can avail a Safari or Elephant ride and return to Hotel or Resort -  Next enjoy the breakfast -  Next start for Guwahati - Drive approximately a distance of 220 kilometers for nearly 05 - 05½ hour - Guwahati situated on the southern bank of the mighty Brahmaputra river in Kamrup district of Assam & subsequent Transfer to Airport / Railway Station Or Bus Terminus - Few facts about Assam worth mentioning is the  ancient cities of Pragjyotishpura and Durjaya (North Guwahati) were the capitals of the ancient state of Kamarupa under the Varman and Pala dynasties - Many ancient Hindu temples are in the city, giving it the name City Of Temples"- Dispur, the capital of Assam, is in the circuit city region located within Guwahati and is the seat of the Government of Assam - Four major trading center and places of interest fro tourist are  Pan Bazaar, Paltan Bazaar, Fancy Bazaar, and Uzan Bazaar - After reaching Guwahati one can drive to Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport (GAU) / Guwahati Railway Station (GHY) or Rupnath Brahma Inter-State Bus Terminal (ISBT) - Forwarding Journey

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Package : Mon, Mokokchung, Kohima, Jorhat & Majuli 13 Nights & 14 Days

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