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“Discover North East India.

The paradise unexplored”

What would the world be once bereft…


Of wet and wilderness?
Let them be left, O let them be left,
Wilderness and wet...
Long live the weeds and the wilderness yet.
Dear Sir/Madam

Greetings from North East India, A journey of a thousand miles must begin
with a single step.
We found immense pleasure to introduce our new Tour and Travel packages for North East India,
which is tailor made to suit every walk of life, by a team of young and vibrant nature enthusiasts.
Our Vision: Our primary vision is to promote eco-friendly and responsible tourism in North
Eastern Region as well as maximize the employment opportunity for the local community. It is also
dedicated to the conservation of natural and cultural resources of this region.

Incredible India is the combination of nature, culture, and architectural wonders. And we, at
Hrishikesh Travels, are the pioneer to introduce you with these Hidden treasure. More than a
company, we are the provider of a complete package of services in the field of travel & tourism,
starting from an air ticket to a conference or educational tour. We are the complete tour operation
company, who advices, plans and ensures our guests the most comfortable movement at the most
competitive price.

Infrastructure: Hrishikesh Travels is having an extensive network of transport operators, hoteliers,


experienced guides to provide you the best service during your tour to North East India. Our guides are specialist in
their relevant fields who will ensure your safety and comfort as well as will provide you information on the relevant
topics.

India's north East consists of seven states aptly known as the 'Seven Sisters' centered on tea
land Assam which is the gateway to North East India. North East India is bordered by Tibet &
Bhutan to the North, Myanmar to the South & East and Bangladesh & the Indian State of West
Bengal to the West.
If you love the serenity of nature and need to relax and unwind, India's north East is for you.
If you yearn for adventure and excitement and seek the mystique and romance of exploring wildlife
in its true form and natural habitat, there is no better place. North East India is virtually
unexplored by most tourists to India, but those who come go back with unforgettable memories of the
beauty of its landscape, the grace of its people and the unparalleled variety of its wildlife.

Connected by an infinite chain of pearly threads, intricate as a spider's web, the North
Eastern states of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and
Tripura offer visitors a rare feast a kaleidoscopic fiesta that lures you with its magical richness and
stunning variety. The raw natural beauty, rare orchids and butterflies, brightly painted monasteries,
challenging rivers, intricately woven tribal shawls, indigenous sports…each one has its own special
message to the traveler as he passes from one state to another- mesmerized by its dazzling variety
and compelling appeal.

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Though all of these are hilly states, they


differ greatly from each other in their attractions
(be it languages, dances, art forms, Tribes, crafts
or culinary delights.) One can thoroughly enjoy
this variety in a number of wildlife parks and
sanctuaries. Vibrant colors, amazing textures and
an intensity of rich imagery are the hallmark of
the handicrafts of the North East. Seeking
inspiration from the ancient forestlands and
waters, the high mountain peaks and deep
valleys and centuries’ old religious rituals and
icons, they are enduring in the simplicity, beauty
and utilitarian diversity.

The bounty of rhythm and form, color and


creativity here is manifested in all its effervescence during the round of celebrations and spiritual
devotions on special occasions and in ordinary life as well. The culture ethos of the ‘seven sisters’ is
colored by its distinctive festivals that are a celebration of life and thanksgiving in all their richness.
We provide our customers with a diverse range of destinations and guide them in
the planning their
holidays. We ensure,
our customers get
utmost satisfaction
and gratification
after taking a trip
with us and
profitable returns of
their time and their
money spend with
us.

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Price-Standard Class-9300/- per person.


-Executive Class- 23300/- per person.
-Group(min 10 pax)- 7200/- per person.
KINDLY SEE INCLUDES/EXCLUDES

HT-1: Assam & Meghalaya (Green Paradise)

Itinerary: Guwahati – Shillong – Cherapunjee – Kaziranga – Guwahati Duration: 7 nights 8days

Day – 1: Our tour manager will welcome you at Guwahati Airport/ Rly. St. After your arrival we will
drive to Shillong-'The Scotland of the East'. The capital of the state of Meghalaya. Reaching Shillong
after a drive of approximately 3 hours, we check in at hotel, freshen up & after a light meal we go out
sight seeing.

Day – 2: Early in the morning, we will take you to Cherrapunjee, famed for being the wettest place in
the world. After a drive of two hours amid pine trees and mists we reach Cherrapunjee. Cherrapunjee
possesses some exotic waterfalls and impressive limestone caves. At Cherrapunjee, we visit Nohkhalikai
Falls, Mawsmai Falls, Thangkharang Park and Mawsmai cave which is one of the 100 odd limestone
caves in Meghalaya. Afterwards, it is time for lunch. After lunch, we leave Cherrapunjee for Barapani
Lake. Enroute we visit Elephant falls and Shillong peak. At Barapani Lake we check in at Resort.

Day – 3: Early morning enjoy water sports on Barapani Lake. After lunch, we take a 7 hour drive to
Kaziranga National Park, the home of the Great Indian One Horned Rhinoceros. Other residents of the
park include elephants, Indian bison, four species of deer, tiger, leopard, capped langur, wild boar,
hoolock gibbon, hornbill, ibis, cormorant, egret, heron, fishing eagle and a host of migratory birds
including Pelicans. We check in at our own cottages or similar.

Day – 4: We start our Jungle Safari on elephant back early in the morning in the central/Western range of
the park, for one hour. Afterwards, back to hotel and breakfast. After breakfast we take you deep inside
the central range of the park in a jeep. Then, we come back for lunch and rest for two hours. Again in the
late afternoon, we take you inside the central range for a sunset view of the park.

Day – 5: Early in the morning, we go for a Jeep Safari in the Central/eastern range of the park, famous
for the Pelican colony. We come back for lunch and rest for two hours. In the afternoon, it's time for tea
garden visits and a visit to a tribal village. (Depending on availability, we will try and organize a
demonstration of Bihu dancing at the hotel in the evening).

Day – 6: In the morning we leave Kaziranga for Guwahati, the capital of Assam. We check in at hotel
and take lunch. Afterwards we go for sight seeing at Guwahati.

Day –7: Whole day sightseeing at Guwahati. (Kamakhya Temple, Assam state zoo, museum, Shankar
Dev Kalashetra, Balajee Temple.) Afternoon River cruise on the Brahmaputra River.

Day—8: After breakfast we proceed to the airport/Rly.St. for your departure flight/Train & the
tour comes

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Price-Standard Class-14200/- per person. HT-2: Assam and Arunachal


-Executive Class- 21800/- per person. Pradesh- THE GLORY OF
-Group(min 10 pax)-11200/- per person. EASTERN HIMALAYA.
KINDLY SEE INCLUDES/EXCLUDES Guwahati - Bomdilla - Tawang -
Bhalukpung - Guwahati
An 8 day visit to the Eastern Himalayas, a major centre of Mahayana Buddhism, with safari and
adventure at Bhalukpung

DAY 01: Guwahati


Our tour manager will welcome you at Guwahati airport. We drive straight to hotel and relax for
a while with light refreshments. Afterwards we go out for a half day sight seeing in Guwahati.

DAY 02: Guwahati-Bomdilla (09 hrs)


Early in the morning, we leave for Bomdilla. Enroute we visit Asia's third largest
Orchidarium at Tipi where you can see over 7500 orchids from a collection of about 300 species,
some of them very rare.
Situated at an altitude of 8500 ft. Bomdilla offers wonderful panoramic views of Himalayan
landscapes and snow-clad ranges.
There are beautiful apple orchards and Buddhist monasteries as well. Overnight at hotel.
DAY 03: Bomdilla-Tawang (06-07 hrs)
Early morning sight seeing in and around Bomdilla. Afterwards depart to Tawang. On the way
lies world's second highest Pass - the Sela Pass (14000ft.). Reaching Tawang we check in at
hotel Buddha or Govt. Tourist Lodge.
DAY 04: Tawang
After breakfast we go sight seeing in and around Tawang. We visit Tsongeswar Lake, Paradise
Lake, Craft Centre and finally the three hundred year old Tawang Monastery - the second largest
Buddhist monastery in the world. The Craft Centre produces some beautiful woolen carpets.
DAY 05: Tawang-Bhalukpung (09 hrs)
Early in the morning we leave Tawang for Bhalukpung. Bhalukpung, on the border of the states
of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh is a place of enthralling scenic beauty. The sparkling river Jia
Bharali which passes through Bhalukpung is an adventure lover's paradise. By the side of the
river is the Nameri National Park which falls under Project Tiger. Overnight at eco-camp.
DAY 06: Bhalukpung
The Nameri National Park is the home of the near extinct White Winged Wood duck. Besides,
the park abounds in elephants, leopards, sambar, barking deer, wild boar, gaur, wild dogs and a
variety of birds including four species of hornbill. After breakfast, we gear-up for rafting over Jia
Bharali River. Afterwards it is leisure time for you to explore this beautiful place on your own.
DAY 07: Bhalukpung-Guwahati (06 hrs)
We leave Bhalukpung for Guwahati, the capital city of Assam. We check in at hotel and have
lunch. Afterwards we go sight seeing in Guwahati.
DAY 08: Guwahati
After breakfast we proceed to the airport for your flight back home as your tour comes to an end.

Season of Visit: October – April

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Price-Standard Class-16600/- per person.


-Executive Class- 23300/- per person.
-Group(min 10 pax)- 12200/- per person.
KINDLY SEE INCLUDES/EXCLUDES
HT-3: Glimpse of Meghalaya-A tribal tour: SEE INCLUDES/EXCLUDES

Day – 1: Guwahati to Shillong ( 104 km / 3 hr.30 mins), enroute see Barapani. Explore Shillong,
see the Ward’s Lake, Shillong Peak, Elephant Falls, etc depending upon the time in hand.
Overnight.

Day – 2: Move to Cherrapunjee (56 km / 1 hr.30 mins), enroute see the Mawkdok viewpoint,
from here one can watch the spectacular view of the never ending deep gorges of the rolling hills
of Cherrapunjee. In Cherra visit the legendary Nohkalikai Falls, Nohsngithiang Falls,Mawsmai
Caves,Thangkharang Park,Khoh Ramhah,etc. Overnight at the Cherrapunjee Holiday Resort at
picturisque Laitkynsew Village ( 18 km / 45 mins ) where one can see the unending plains of
Bangladesh at the backdrop.

Day – 3: After breakfast go for trekking down the slopes of Laitkynsew forest to see the 100 plus
old root bridge used by the locals ( 4 hrs trek altogether) or an option to go for a whole day trek
to the Double – Decker root bridge and have a swim at the natural lagoons nearby. Overnight

Day – 4: Move to Mawlynnong, the cleanest village in India. Enroute see the beautiful
landscapes and cascading waterfalls of Pynursla and Laitlyngkot villages. Overnight stay at a
traditional tree house at Mawlynnong and experience the nature’s bliss in this peaceful place.

Day – 5: Explore Mawlynnong, see Krem Swang ( the village cave), the village root bridge,
Bangladesh viewpoint and many other exotic places in and around this village (option to see
Dawki as well). Overnight.

Day – 6: Return to Shillong (70 km / 3 hrs approx). Free for the rest of the day. Overnight.

Day – 7: Visit Nartiang (65 km / 2 hrs approx) the summer capital of the Jaintia rulers. See the
famed monoliths and the 500 year old Durga Temple, where human sacrifices were a part of the
rituals till the British rulers abolished the custom. Move to Thadleskein (18 km / 45 mins approx)
see the legendary lake and one can go for boating as well. Overnight.

Day – 8: Visit Jowai ( 15 km / 40 mins approx), here see the Golden Valley ( Syntu Ksiar)
astride the legendary Myntdu river, the Ialong Park, etc. Return to Shillong ( 60 km / 2 hrs ).
Overnight at Shillong.

Day – 9: Visit Mawphlang Sacred Grove ( 26 km / 50 mins ), learn about the customs and
tradition of the Indegeneous people living here and the significance of the place to them. Return
to Shillong, free for the rest of the day. Overnight.

Day – 10: Return to Guwahati with wonderful memories to be cherished.

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Price-Standard Class-3800/- per person.


-Executive Class- 7200/- per person.
-Group(min 10 pax)- 2350/- per person.
H.T-4: RHINO TRAIL KINDLY SEE INCLUDES/EXCLUDES

Guwahati - Kaziranga -
Guwahati

A 3 day 2 nights, visit to


Kaziranga National Park,
home of the world famous
one horned Rhino

DAY 01: Guwahati-


Kaziranga (04 hrs)
Our tour manager will
welcome you at Guwahati
airport/Rly.St., After your
arrival, we will drive to
Kaziranga National Park, the
home of the Great Indian One
Horned Rhinoceros. Other
residents of the park include
elephants, Indian bison, four species of deer, tiger, leopard, capped langur, wild boar, hoolock
gibbon, hornbill, ibis,
OUR COTTAGE-KAZIRANGA WITH GUEST FROM SINGAPORE cormorant, egret, heron,
fishing eagle and a host of migratory birds including Pelicans. We check in at some Resorts/
Private Lodges or Government Tourist Lodges (depending upon availability)

DAY 02: Kaziranga


We start our Jungle Safari on Elephant back early in the morning in the Western Range of the
Park. Afterwards, back to hotel and have breakfast. After breakfast we take you deep inside the
Central range of the Park in a jeep. Then, we come back for lunch and rest for two hours. Again
in the late afternoon, we take you inside the Central range for a sunset view of the park, or one
may opt for eastern range visit. Evening Bihu demonstration.

DAY 03: Kaziranga-Guwahati


We leave Kaziranga for Guwahati, the capital of Assam. We check in at Hotel Rituraj or similar
and take lunch. Afterwards we go for sightseeing in Guwahati.

DAY 04: Guwahati


After breakfast we proceed to the airport/Rly.St. for your departure flight/Train back and your
tour comes to an end.

Season of Visit: October - April

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Price-Standard Class-15400/- per person.
H.T-5: ROYAL HERITAGE -Executive Class- 22600/- per person.
Guwahati - Kaziranga- Sivasagar- Guwahati -Group(min 10 pax)- 7200/- per person.
DAY 01: Guwahati-Kaziranga (04 hrs) KINDLY SEE INCLUDES/EXCLUDES
Our tour manager will welcome you at Guwahati airport. After your arrival we will drive to
Kaziranga National Park, the home of the Great Indian One Horned Rhinoceros. Other residents
of the park include elephants, Indian bison, four species of deer, tiger, leopard, capped langur,
wild boar, hoolock gibbon, hornbill, ibis, cormorant, egret, heron, fishing eagle and a host of
migratory birds including Pelicans. We check in at our own cottages or similar.
DAY 02: Kaziranga
We start our Jungle Safari on Elephant back early in the morning in the Central range of the
Park. Afterwards, back to hotel and have breakfast. After breakfast we take you deep inside the
Central range of the Park in a jeep. Then, we come back for lunch and rest for two hours. Again
in the late afternoon, we take you inside the Central range for a sunset view of the park.
DAY 03: Kaziranga-Sivasagar (03 hrs)
Early morning, we go for a Jeep Safari in the Eastern Range of the park, famous for its pelican
colony. We come back for lunch and rest for a while. In the afternoon we leave for Sivasagar,
which was the seat of power of the kingdom of the mighty Ahoms for approximate by six
centuries. After a drive of three hours, we reach Sivasagar and check in at hotel Siddhartha or
similar. After tea, we go for an evening sightseeing tour of the historic spots in and around the
town.
DAY 04: Sivasagar
After breakfast, we start our day with a 30 km. drive to Charaideo, the first capital of the Ahom
kingdom, established by Swargadeo Sukapha. Although no remains of the capital can be seen,
numerous burial vaults known as "Maidam" of the Ahom kings and queens and other members
of the royal families are major attraction. From Charaideo we proceed to Gargaon, another
capital of the Ahoms, on the way back to Sivasagar. A seven storied palace is the only remaining
building.
Next we come back to Sivasagar and start our sight seeing in and around Sivasagar town. First of
all, we go to the Jaisagar tank. It is the largest tank in India covering an area of 155 acres of land.
Afterwards we visit the Kareng Ghar (Talatal Ghar). It is a seven storied palace having two
underground tunnels which were later blocked by the British East India Company.
Later we go to the Rang Ghar, the oldest amphitheater in Asia. From there we go to the Siva Dol,
which is the tallest Siva temple in India. By the side of the temple, is the huge Sivasagar tank
covering a land area of 129 acres. We visit the Tai Museum next which is also located by the
side of the Sivasagar tank. This Museum possesses some rare objects of the Ahom royalty. Night
at Sivasagar
DAY 05: Sivasagar-Guwahati (07 hrs)
We leave Sivasagar for Guwahati after breakfast. After a drive of about 8 hours we reach
Guwahati and check in at hotel Rituraj or similar. Afterwards we go for river cruising over the
mighty Brahmaputra in the late afternoon.
DAY 06: Guwahati
Early in the morning we visit Kamakhya temple which is a famous Shakti temple in India.
Afterwards, back to hotel and leave for the airport/Rly. St. as your tour comes to an end.

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H.T-6: NORTH EAST WONDERS Price-Standard Class-28200/- per person.


-Executive Class- 38200/- per person.
Guwahati - Shillong - Cherrapunjee - Kaziranga -Group(min 10 pax)- 23600/- per person.
- Bomdilla - Tawang - Bhalukpung - Guwahati KINDLY SEE INCLUDES/EXCLUDES

A 12 day visit to the states of Assam, Meghalaya, & Arunachal Pradesh covering some of the
unique things and places in the world including Cherrapunjee, Kaziranga National Park and Sela
Pass.

DAY 01: Guwahati-Shillong (03 hrs)


Our tour manager will welcome you at Guwahati Airport. After your arrival we will drive to
Shillong-'The Scotland of the East', the capital of the state of Meghalaya. Reaching Shillong after
a drive of approximately 3 hours, we check in at hotel, freshen up & after a light meal we go out
sight seeing.

DAY 02: Shillong - Cherrapunjee (90 minutes) - Barapani (02 hrs)


Early in the morning, we will take you to Cherrapunjee, famed for being the wettest place in the
world. After a drive of two hours amid pine trees and mists we reach Cherrapunjee.
Cherrapunjee possesses some exotic waterfalls and impressive limestone caves.
At Cherrapunjee, we visit Nohkalikai Falls, Mawsmai Falls, Thangkharang Park and Mawsmai
cave which is one of the 100 odd limestone caves in Meghalaya. Afterwards, it is time for lunch.
After lunch, we leave Cherrapunjee for Barapani Lake. Enroute we visit Elephant falls and
Shillong peak . At Barapani Lake we check in at Resort.

DAY 03: Barapani-Kaziranga (07 hrs)


Early morning enjoy water sports on Barapani Lake. After lunch, we take a 7 hour drive to
Kaziranga National Park, the home of the Great Indian One Horned Rhinoceros. Other residents
of the park include elephants, Indian bison, four species of deer, tiger, leopard, capped langur,
wild boar, hoolock gibbon, hornbill, ibis, cormorant, egret, heron, fishing eagle and a host of
migratory birds including Pelicans. We check in at our own cottages or similar.
DAY 04: Kaziranga
We start our Jungle Safari on elephant back early in the morning in the Western/central range of
the park, for one hour. Afterwards, back to hotel and breakfast. After breakfast we take you deep
inside the central range of the park in a jeep. Then, we come back for lunch and rest for two
hours. Again in the late afternoon ,we take you inside the central range for a sunset view of the
park.

DAY 05: Kaziranga


Early in the morning ,we go for a Jeep Safari in the eastern range of the park, famous for the
Pelican colony. We come back for lunch and rest for two hours. In the afternoon, it's time for tea
garden visits and a visit to a tribal village. (Depending on availability, we will organize a
demonstration of folk dances at the hotel in the evening).

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DAY 06: Kaziranga-Bomdilla (08-09 hrs)


Early in the morning, we leave for Bomdilla. Enroute we visit Asia's third largest Orchidarium
at Tipi where you can see over 7500 orchids from a collection of approximately 300 species,
some of them very rare. Situated at an altitude of 8500 ft. Bomdilla offers wonderful panoramic
views of Himalayan landscapes and snow-clad ranges. There are beautiful apple orchards and
Buddhist monasteries as well. Overnight at hotel Siphiangphong or Government Tourist Lodge.

DAY 07: Bomdilla-Tawang (06-07 hrs)


Early morning sight seeing in and around Bomdilla. Afterwards we leave for Tawang. On the
way lies world's second highest Pass - the Sela Pass (14,000ft.).Reaching Tawang we check in at
hotel Buddha or similar.

DAY 08: Tawang


After breakfast we go sight seeing in and around Tawang. We visit Tsongeswar Lake, Paradise
Lake, Craft Centre and finally the three hundred year old Tawang Monastery - the second largest
Buddhist monastery in the world. The Craft Centre produces some beautiful woolen carpets.

DAY 09: Tawang-Bhalukpung (09 hrs)


Early in the morning we leave Tawang for Bhalukpung. Bhalukpung, on the border of the states
of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh is a place of enthralling scenic beauty. The sparkling river Jia
Bhorali which passes through Bhalukpung is a nature and adventure lover's paradise. By the side
of the river is the Nameri National Park which falls under the Project Tiger.Overnight at
Government Tourist Lodge.

DAY 10: Bhalukpung


The Nameri National Park is the home of the near extinct White Winged Wood-Duck. Besides,
the park abounds in Elephants, Tiger, Leopards, Sambar, Barking Deer, Wild Boar, Gaur, Wild
Dogs and a variety of birds including four species of Hornbill. After breakfast we gear-up for
rafting over the Jia Bharali river. Afterwards you can explore this beautiful place on foot on your
own and at your leisure.

DAY 11: Bhalukpung-Guwahati (06 hrs)


In the morning we leave Bhalukpung for Guwahati, the capital of Assam. We check in at hotel
President or similar and have lunch. Afterwards we go sight seeing in Guwahati.

DAY 12: Guwahati


After breakfast we proceed to the airport for your departure flight and the tour comes to an end.

Season of Visit: October – April

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Price-
Standard Class-4650/- per person.
Rafting not included
KINDLY SEE INCLUDES/EXCLUDES

H.T-7-Guwahati-Manas National Park-Guwahati


(2 night 3 days)
About 176 kilometres from Guwahati, the world heritage site, Manas National Park lies just in between
Kaziranga and Jaldapada. Make a trip to Manas National Park - a world heritage site, one of those few places that
has the ability to hold a visitor spellbound, the main reason being the 540sq km of diverse topography and rich flora
and fauna. The lifeline of the Park, Manas River forms a natural boundary between India and the Himalayan
Kingdom of Bhutan. In the lower stretches of the river basin, small clusters of trees dot vast stretches of sand.

Tour circuit to Manas National Park is additive to other tour circuits


mentioned, or one may opt for ex-Guwahati departure.
No. of Person- Min.4 Pax.
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Price-
Standard Class-12400/- per person.
Rafting not included
KINDLY SEE INCLUDES/EXCLUDES

H.T-8-GUWAHATI-KAZIRANGA-NAMERI-MANAS N.P-
DAY 01: Guwahati-Kaziranga (04 hrs)
Our tour manager will welcome you at Guwahati airport/Rly.St., After your arrival, we will
drive to Kaziranga National Park, the home of the Great Indian One Horned Rhinoceros. Other
residents of the park include elephants, Indian bison, four species of deer, tiger, leopard, capped
langur, wild boar, hoolock gibbon, hornbill, ibis, cormorant, egret, heron, fishing eagle and a
host of migratory birds including Pelicans. We check in at our own cottages.
DAY 02: Kaziranga
We start our Jungle Safari on Elephant back early in the morning in the Western Range of the
Park. Afterwards, back to hotel and have breakfast. After breakfast we take you deep inside the
Central range of the Park in a jeep. Then, we come back for lunch and rest for two hours. Again
in the late afternoon, we take you inside the Central range for a sunset view of the park, or one
may opt for eastern range visit. Evening Bihu demonstration upon availability, which is
complimentary.

DAY 03: Kaziranga-Bhalukpong/Nameri


We leave Kaziranga for Bhalukpong/Nameri Bhalukpung, on the border of the states of Assam
and Arunachal Pradesh is a place of enthralling scenic beauty. The sparkling river Jia Bhorali
which passes through Bhalukpung is a nature and adventure lover's paradise. By the side of the
river is the Nameri National Park which falls under the Project Tiger.Overnight at Eco-Camp.
DAY 04: The Nameri National Park is the home of the near extinct White Winged Wood-Duck.
Besides, the park abounds in Elephants, Tiger, Leopards, Sambar, Barking Deer, Wild Boar,
Gaur, Wild Dogs and a variety of birds including four species of Hornbill. After wards we gear-
up for rafting over the Jia Bharali river. Afterwards you can explore this beautiful place on foot
on your own and at your leisure. Overnight at Eco-Camp.
DAY 05- We visit Asia's third largest Orchidarium at Tipi (Arunachal Pradesh) where you can
see over 7500 orchids from a collection of about 300 species, some of them very rare. Back to
eco Camp and Halt.
DAY 06- Drive to manas national park, if time permits One Jeep Safari, Halt at Manas.
Day 07 – Ellephant safari at Manas and Halt at Manas.( This part may be modified on the basis
of arrival time at manas the previous day.
Day 08 – Back to Guwahati(176 kilometres) for onward destination, an after afternoon flight will
be much better.

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Price-
Standard Class-12800/- per person.(MIN-2PAX)
Executive Class- 18200/- per person (MIN-2 PAX)

KINDLY SEE INCLUDES/EXCLUDES

HT-9: Cultural/Heritage Tour of Assam.

Guwahati-Madan:Kamdev-Hajo-Sualkuchi-Sarthebari-Bordua-Majuli-
Sivasagar-Dibrugarh
Day-1: Guwahati Local Sight Seeing-Rest of the day at your discretion to
explore this gateway city to Northeast India and the riverfront of mighty Brahmaputra River.
In the evening set out on a River cruise to watch the sun go down the river and see yourself
why the river is locally called 'Luit'- colour of blood.
Day-2: Guwahati-Hajo-Sualkuchi- Assam produces three unique varieties of
silks, the Golden Muga, the White Pat and the warm Eri. Silks grown all over the state find
their way to Sualkuchi, 32 kms from Guwahati. Sualkuchi is one of the world's largest
weaving villages often called the Manchester of the East. The entire population here is
engaged in weaving exquisite silf fabrics. A renowned centre of silk production, particularly
known for Muga - the golden silk of Assam which is not produced anywhere else in the
world.
Day-3: Guwahati-Bordua After a leisurely breakfast drive to Bardoa
'Satra'(140km) (Baishnavite monastery), Birthplace of his holiness 'Shankardeva'. After lunch
at Nagaon drive to Majuli(130km from Kaziranga) the biggest river island in the world and
seat of Baishnavite culture enroute crossing mighty Brahmaputra River by ferry. Overnight at
Majuli. Majuli,Halt at Majuli.
Day-4: Majuli to Sivasagar, Early in the morning we will depart for Sivsagar, the
ancient capital of ahom kingdom (1699-1788). Taking a brief rest after lunch, visit Ranghar
the Capital and military station of Ahom Kings, then we visit the Tolatol Ghar a seven
storied building- Four above and Three Below the ground. The other significant
archaeological remains in Sivsagar are Shiva Doul, Vishnu Doul and the Tombs of Ahom
Kings and Queens in Charaideo Hillock. Overnight stay at Sivsagar. Halt at Sivasagar.
Day-5: Sivasagar-Dibrugarh, Drive to Dibrugarh after breakfast. Visit a tea
garden and admire the lifestyle of adivasis in the tea estate. Overnight stay at bunglow in
Dibrugarh. Halt at Dibrugarh,Monalisa Hotel.
Day-6: Departure from Dibrugarh Mohonbari Airport.

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Price-
Standard Class-19450/- per person.
KINDLY SEE INCLUDES/EXCLUDES

HT-10: Namdapha Wildlife Tour


(East Arunachal Pradesh)
(Namdhapa / Haldibari/ Hornbill/ Bulbulia/ Deban/ Dibrugah)

Duration: 8 DAYS/ 7 NIGHTS


Package Cost: Rs. 19, 450/-

Day 01: Dibrugarh-(Deban) Namdapha :


Morning drive to Deban (Namdapha NP) (200 Km, 6hrs drive). Overnight Forest lodge or
Tent, Deban.

Day 02: Deban-Haldibari (425m) : Morning cross-river Noa-Dihing River and start
trekking to Haldibari 6 km for bird watching. Overnight Tents, Haldibari.

Day 03: Haldibari-Hornbill (520m) : Morning trek to Hornbill 5km for bird watching.
Overnight Tents, Hornbill.

Day 04: Hornbill-Bulbulia (640m) : Morning trek to Bulbulia 3km for bird watching.
Overnight Tents, Bulbulia

Day 05: Bulbulia : Day trek upto Ranijheel (800m) and beyond 4km plus each way for bird
watching

Day 06: Bulbulia-Deban : Early morning trek back to Deban (14km). Afternoon bird
watching in and around the camp. Overnight Deban.

Day 07: Deban-Dibrugarh : Morning drive to Dibrugarh. Overnight at Dibrugarh.

Day 08: Dibrugarh-Delhi/Kolkata : Transfer to airport for onward journey. Our service ends
here.

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Price- Standard Class-24200/- per person.

ANGAMI NAGA TOUR KINDLY SEE INCLUDES/EXCLUDES

H.T-11:

Day 01:Arrival at Guwahati


After a brief welcome ceremony on arrival at Guwahati drive on and check into your hotel room.
Stay overnight at Guwahati.

Day 02: Guwahati-Kaziranga National Park


After breakfast visit Kamakhya Temple, a Major Hindu Pilgrimage site. During the festival of
Ambubashi more than a million devotees throng this holy place. Return to hotel after paying
homage to the mother goddess Kamakhya and drive on to famous Kaziranga National park (220
kms 4 hrs drive). Check into a Jungle resort on arrival. In the afternoon visit nearby Tea Estate.
Stay overnight at Kaziranga.

Day 03: Kaziranga


Early morning (5:30 am) explore central Range of Kaziranga National Park on Elephant Safari.
On return explore the eastern range on a jeep safari. Return for lunch and proceed to Western
Range of Kaziranga National Park on jeep. Stay overnight at Kaziranga.

Day 04: Kaziranga-Kohima-Touphema Tourist Village


Depart for Kohima after breakfast (225 kms 5 hrs drive). On arrival proceed to Touphema
Village Resort (41 kms from Kohima) run by Angami Naga village community. Enjoy cultural
presentation by village folks. Stay overnight at Touphema Tourist village.

Day 05: Touphema-Kohima-Dimori Cove


Explore the village in the morning hours. After breakfast check out of the village resort & drive
to Kohima. Visit the WW II Cemetery, nestled in the heart of Kohima town, where one of the
fiercest battles was fought. On a huge stone in in-laid bronze the following famous words are
there to remind one of undoubting courage displayed by the war heroes in order to preserve the
freedom of the future generation.
Also visit State Museum, located at Bayani hill Kohima. It gives you a peep into the various
aspects of Naga Culture. It displays dioramas of the lifestyle of the Naga tribes. Artifacts,
handlooms, & Handicrafts, Tools & Implements, Gems & Jewelry, Coins & Ancient weaponry
will give you an idea of the rich Culture and Heritage of the native people. Proceed to Kepfiizha
(Kigwema village) Dimori Cove Guest house after lunch. This small but beautiful place is on the
Kohima Imphal Highway, which we use as base for trekking up the Japfu Peak (3048 metre Mt)
Japfu, home of the world's tallest rhododendron tree (20 metres high) and also for trekking to
Dzukou Valley, the best trekking valley of North-East India. Following lines greets you to
Dzukou.

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At afternoon visit nearby Angami village of Jakhama. Return to Kohima and check into your
hotel room. Stay overnight at Kohima.

Day 06: Khonoma: Drive to Khonoma (20 kms)


Visit Angami Tribal village of Khonoma, home village of father of Naga Nationalist movement
Angami Phizo. This village located on top of a hillock has a pastoral beauty of its own. This was
where the Last part of the Anglo Naga War was fought. Return to Kohima for overnight stay.

Day 07: Kohima-Dimapur: Depart. .


After breakfast drive to Dimapur for your onward journey.

Bihu Dance…

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H.T-12: A TRAIL OF ADVENTURE IN NORTH EAST INDIA-


Duration : 27 Days - 26 Nights
Places Covered : Guwahati - Shillong - Kaziranga - Kohima - Kipfiizha - Dziikuo Valley -
Kohima - Khonoma - Jorhat - Dirang - Sela - Chabrilla - Nurarang - Tawang - Bhalukpung -
Guwahati
Price- Standard Class- 85000/- per person.
(Includes FOOD)
KINDLY SEE INCLUDES/EXCLUDES
Day 01:Arrival at Guwahati
After a brief welcome ceremony on arrival at Guwahati drive on and check into your hotel room.
Overnight stay at Guwahati.

Day 02: After breakfast visit Kamakhya Temple, a Major Hindu Pilgrimage site.
During the festival of Ambubashi more than a million devotees throng this holy place. Return to
hotel after paying homage to the mother godess Kamakhya and drive on to Cherrapunjee (170
Kms) the wettest region in the world receiving highest rainfall. Visiting en-route Borapani
Umiam Lake, a majestic placid lake with its surrounding sylvan hills Overnight stay in
Cherrapunjee.

Day 03: Explore Krem Mawmluh Cave.


This cave is located half a km west of Cherrapunjee adjacent to the small hamlet of Mawmluh.
The cave has five river passage with impressive proportions. The cave has a length of over seven
Kms. Also visit the Waterfalls of Cherrapunjee (fourth tallest waterfall-Nohkalikai is at
Cherrapunji) & Living root Bridges. Overnight stay in Cherrapunjee.

Day 04: After an early morning breakfast walk to the Double Decker Living Root Bridge.
An engineering marvel of Indegenous Khasi Tribesmen. Who weaved the routes of the ereca tree
to make bridges across streams. Return to Chera Tourist Resort after a picnic lunch at the bridge.
Evening at leisure to experience the breathtaking views of the Khasi hills and the plains of
Bangladesh. Overnight at Cherapunjee.

Day 05: After breakfast drive to Shillong, the 'Scotland of the East".
En-route encounter Elephanta falls and Shillong peak for some breathtaking views. Overnight at
Shillong.

Day 06: Morning sightseeing at Shillong, admire the beauty of Shillong also called Scotland
of the East.
It is erstwhile capital of undivided Assam; present North-East and home to the Khasi Highland
tribes. Overnight at Shillong.

Day 07: Shillong-Kaziranga (285 kms 5-6 hrs drive)


Early morning drive onto famous Kaziranga National park. Afternoon explore Kaziranga
National Park on Jeep Ride. Overnight at Kaziranga National Park.

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Day 08: Kaziranga:Elephant Safari, Rhino.


Early morning explore central area of Kaziranga National park on an elephant safari. Ride an
Elephant through the park chasing a unicorn rhino along with a wide range of rare species. After
lunch again take jeep safari to the central area of the park. Rest of the day at leisure to explore
nature. Overnight at tourist Lodge.

Day 09: Kaziranga-Kohima


Driev to Kohima after breakfast (225 kms 4hrs drive). On arrival lunch at Kohima and proceed
to Touphema Village Resort (41 kms from Kohima) run by Angami Naga village community.
Overnight at Touphema Tourist village.

Day 10: Touphema-Kohima-Hornbill Festival


After breakfast check out of the village resort & drive to Kohima to attend the inauguration of
Hornbill Festival (December 1st to 5th). It is a festival where Naga tribes come together and
celebrate. All Naga warriors use the hornbill feather as a headgear, which is how this occasion
was being named hornbill festival. This five days festival has Cultural Events, Traditional
Dances & Folk Songs, display of Handloom & Handicrafts, Ethnic Naga food Stalls, Exhibition
of flowers, Arts & Crafts etc. It also highlights traditional and modern fashion show & beauty
contests and promotes upcoming young artiste. Post lunch visit the WW II Cemetery, nestled in
the heart of Kohima town, where one of the fiercest battles was fought. On a huge stone in in-
laid bronze the following famous words remained one of the undoubting courage displayed by
the war heroes in order to preserve the freedom of the future generation.

Also visit The State Museum, located at Bayani hill kohima, it gives you a peep into the various
aspects of Naga Culture. It displays dioramas of the lifestyle of the Naga tribes. Artifacts,
handlooms, & Handicrafts, Tools & Implements, Gems & Jewelry, Coins & Ancient weaponry
will give you an idea of the rich Culture and Heritage of the native people. Proceed to Kepfiizha
(Kigwema village) and check into Dimori Cove Guest.
Overnight stay at Dimori Cove.

Day 11: Kipfiizha-Dziikuo valley


Morning drive to Dziikou valley via Jakhama village. The drive will end at a point from where
one has to trek up to the Dzukou valley, which takes 4hrs. Dzukou valley is at a height of 2438
mts is on the southwest side of Japfu ranges. It is at a distance of 25 kms from Kohima and can
be approached from different routes via Jakhoma, Viswema on NH 39. This valley is a place of
Solace and Tranquility and provides the right atmosphere for all Eco Adventures, Nature lovers,
Trekkers. Bamboo brush, a tough dwarf bamboo predominates the vegetation and it gives an
appearance of a fully mown lawn from afar. The serpentine streams & rivulets flows leisurely
through the valley freeze during winter. Rhododendrons adorn the hills, rocks during spring.
Summer brings its own variety of flowers to the valley, during this season, the valley looks a
veritable "Garden of Eden". For all lovers of adventure and trekking, Dziikou beckons with the
refrain, which seems to say-

Overnight in the rest house/rock caves or tents.

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Day 12: Dziikou Valley Kipfiizha


Morning Explore Dzikou valley. The call of Dziikou is irresistible for trekkers. This is the best
trekking spot in the NE Region. Post Lunch return to Dimori Cove and proceed to Hornbill
Festival. Overnight stay at Dimori Cove.

Day 13: Kohima-Khonoma


Morning check out of Dimori Cove & drive to Khonoma (20 kms)Angami Tribal village and the
home village of father of Naga Nationalist movement Angami Phizo. This village located on top
of a hillock has a pastoral beauty of its own. This was where the Last part of the Anglo Naga
War was fought. Return to Kohima for overnight stay.

Day 14: Kohima- Jorhat: Tea Capital of the world, the Thengal Mansion, Assamese village.
Early in the morning, we will drive to Jorhat (200 Kms 4 hrs), the tea-capital of Assam. On
arrival at Jorhat, you will be accommodated in the Thengal Mansion, a historic ancestral house
of a Tea Planter amidst an Asssamese village, 15 kms from Jorhat. The 72-year old Thangal
Mansion is to answer the queries on Assamese culture and tradition. After lunch and rest, take a
walk in a nearby village to see the simplicity of their lives.

Day 15: Jorhat-Dirang


Early morning departure with packed breakfast. Drive through the picturesque tea gardens of
Tezpur to reach Bhalukpung(130km), on the foothills of Eastern Himalayas. After entry
formalities and lunch we enter Arunachal, bounty of unending natural beauty. Driving for 20
minutes through curly roads overlooking the dancing 'Bhoroli' river you arrive at Tipi, where lies
the Orchidarium, a glass house having 7500 orchids. We drive on to Dirang(130km). On
reaching Dirang check in the hotel.

Day 16: Dirang-Sela Pass:


Buddhist Monasteries, Tribal village, Sela pass. Early morning, we will visit the upper and the
lower 'Gompa' (Buddhist Monastery) at Bomdilla. After a leisurely breakfast we depart for Sela
Pass (13703 ft). You drive onto centuries old Dirang Basti a 'Dirang Monpa' tribal village, still
retaining its old stone made houses and its colourful inhabitants with warmth in their hearts.
Dirang town overlooking the fast flowing Dirang river. Camp at Sela pass (13703ft).

Day 17 Sela-Chabrilla: (13000 ft) 5 hrs trek


After breakfast we start trekking with packed lunch. Arrive at Chabrilla camp. Overnight stay in
tents.

Day 18: Chabrilla-Nurarang-Tawang (12000 ft) 4 hrs trek


After breakfast we start trekking for Nurarang with packed lunch. Arrive at Nurarang High
altitude Trout Fish Farm. From Nurarang Drive to Tawang; the blessed land of Monpas.
Overnight at Tawang.

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Day 19:Tawang
After breakfast, visit 350years old Buddhist monastery, locally known as Gompa, which seems
to be suspended from heaven in an equally ethereal space. Also visit the nunneries locally called
Ani Gompa and Urgelling Monastery, 460 years old Monastery established by lama Urghen
Sangpo Bhumthang, which is also the birthplace of His holiness 6th Dalai Lama. In the evening
enjoy ethnic Monpa tribal dances and dances by Lamas. Overnight at Tawang.
Day 20: Tawang-Dirang
Waterfalls, Sela peak, Scenic beauty. Early morning drive to Jang to encounter the waterfalls,
one of the breathtaking sights. Move onto Dirang (150km), another heart pulling place with
scenic beauty, en-route stopping at Sela Top (14000 ft). Overnight stay at Dirang

Day 21: Camping: Trek in the Sangti Valley


Overnight camping in the hills.

Day 22: Trek to the valey to have look at the Rare Black Necked Cranes Wintering at
Sangti.
Return to Dirang Resort for some much needed refreshment. Overnight at Dirang.

Day 23: Dirang-Bhalukpung (130kms)


Early morning drive onto Bhalukpung with packed breakfast. After lunch we raft down Jia
Bhoreli river to Nameri national Park. Overnight at Nameri National Park.

Day 24 Bhalukpung-Guwahati (275 kms 5 hrs drive)


Early morning walk inside the National Park on the Tigers Trail. Return for Breakfast. After
breakfast another session of rafting on Jia Bhoreli and Elephant ride to National park. Return to
Guwahati after picnic lunch. Overnight at Guwahati.

Day 25: Guwahati.


Explore this gateway city to North-East India and the riverfront of mighty Brahmaputra River. In
the evening set out on a River cruise to watch the sun go down the river and see yourself why the
river is locally called 'Luit'- colour of blood.

Day 26: Guwahati:


Local Sightseeing in and around Guwahati.

Day 27: Departure for onward destination.

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H.T-:13 SIKKIM TOUR


Day 1 Pick up from N.J.P ( half day sight seeing at Gangtok ) night hall Gangtok.

Day 2 Gangtok- Tsomgu Lake- Nathula. ( night halt Gangtok ) Full-day excursion to Tsorngo
Lake and Kyongnosla Alpine Sanctuary en route to Nathu La. Overnight at the hotel.( Nathula
opens for general tourist on wed/thrs/sat.Sunday only.)

Day 3 Gangtok-Lachung ( night halt Lachung)

Day 4 Lachung- Yumthang- Gangtok ( night halt Gangtok )

Day 5 Gangtok (half day sight seeing at Gangtok)- Pelling drop ( night halt pelling)

Day 6 Pelling full day sight seeing ( night halt pelling)

Day 7 Pelling- Darjeeling (night halt Darjeeling)

Day 8 Darjeeling full day sight seeing ( night halt Darjeeling) and shoping

Day 9 Darjeeling-N.J.P, for onward destinations.

Prices- Standard-12200/- per head for minimum 4 person.


Executive- 24600/- ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, .
Group(>10pax)- 10700/- ,, ,, ,, ,, ,,.

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1. Child POLICY: < 3 years FREE; 3-5 yrs @25%; 6-11 @ 75% sharing Parent’s Room
2. All Prices are subjected to change.
3. All packages are exclusive of any food charges, unless otherwise mentioned in prices heading,
Only executive packages are inclusive of Breakfast only, Daily Newspaper, A bottle of mineral water
daily per person.
4. Whenever viable star accommodation shall be provided in executive packages.
5. Vehicle shall be A.C in Executive ppackages.
6. Group packages transportation will be by standard Non-A.C mini/large coach.
7. Rates are for domestic tourist only, international tourists have to pay additional 15%, for their
Permits and special arrangement of guides/Translators.
8. Check in / check out 1200 hrs. Early check in / extended check out is subject to availability.
9. Hrishikesh Travels -shall not be held responsible or liable for any services that are offered by the
hotels, suppliers or ground handlers and are not within the control of Hrishikesh Travels.
10. Rooms are subject to availability.

Package Includes:
Accommodation on twin/family sharing basis, meals as per the Plan, transfers, transportation &
sightseeing as per itinerary and taxes,Inner – Line permits, On treks, tents with sleeping mats,
kitchen, dining and toilet facilities, animals and porters to carry up to 25 kg of personal baggage
per person. All taxes and trek permits, and Trek Manager and guide. Services of guides for local
sightseeing only.

Prices do not include:


Extra meals/Snacks, Any extra trip/visit on extra cost at per actual and to be paid by client on the
spot. Bar charges, PAP CHARGES.Mineral Water, Camera fees, Any Insurance Cover,
Expenses arising out of sudden extension of the tour due to natural calamities or political strike
& any expenses of personal nature such as tips, drinks etc. International and Domestic flight
tickets.
• Expenses of personal nature, such as Alcoholic drinks, Mineral Water, Soda,
communications, tips, laundry, medical expenses, etc
• Extra meals e.g- Snacks etc. when ordered, airport taxes, travel insurance and optional
excursions.
• On treks: trekking boots and clothing
• Services of tour escort/ Guide
• N.B-There will no entertainment for request to refund or other arrangement – of the
amount for the meals/tea which is not consumed as per package.

(Prices/Rate may Change, so a last week confirmation and compliance may be needed)

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depositing the advance to us for agreed/ proposed tour / Packages/ Rental Service and other
hospitality related services offered by us .

• A fax confirming our Terms shall be taken as an agreement for the places outside
Kamrup Metro, Assam.

• Payment receipt shall be faxed or scanned for the party/individual/company, to be sent


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Notice for cancellations must be sent in writing/e-mail/Fax, Refunds are made as
follows:-
• 5 % of booking advance is not refundable, which is towards our administrative cost for
bookings made for vehicles, Hotels etc.
In the event of cancellation of travel arrangements due to any reasons – we must be
notified of the same in writing. Cancellation charges will be effective from the time/date we
receive your intimation in writing.

CANCELLATION POLICY: For Indian Residents, a service fee of Rs. 500 will be charged for
all bookings cancelled or amended after confirmation, over and above the supplier cancellation
charges if and as applicable. *Cancellations received less than 10 days but more than 5 days
prior to arrival - 50% cancellation fee. + All non refundable deposits if any paid to any
Hotel/Agent/Carrier. Cancellations received less than 5 days but more than 3 days prior to
Arrival -75% cancellation. + All non refundable deposits if any paid to any Hotel/Agent/Carrier.
Cancellations received less than 3 days prior to arrival - No refund.

• 50 % tour deposit must accompany all bookings. Balance payment must be settled prior
to start of tour in full, without exception if otherwise, Hrishikesh Travels, Guwahati, is not
responsible for any cancellation of services due to non-payment.

• Mode and Method of payment will be indicated on the form of bookings.

In case you cancel the trip after commencement, refund would be restricted to a limited
amount, which too would depend on the amount that we would be able to recover from our
suppliers of services i.e. hotels/transporters etc. For unused hotel accommodation, chartered
transportation & missed meals, guide services etc. there will be no refund.
**Decisions made by Hrishikesh Travels, Guwahati, Assam shall be final, and in full force in
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• Travelling in the North east and Himalayas can sometimes be risky. In event of illness,
accidents, flight cancellation or delay caused by occurrences beyond control, Hrishikesh Travels,
Guwahati and its associates and agents shall not be responsible or liable for damage whatsoever.
• Hrishikesh Travels, Guwahati, further reserve the right to change, alter or cancel a trip
when considered necessary, to ensure the safety, or due to unforeseen factors beyond control.
• We provide no insurance cover. Please get full insurance cover in country of origin or
place.

Prices will be quoted on request for specific itinerary. See the including and excluding in the
final confirmation e-mail / Letter from us, and that shall be final, and any cost incurred thereafter
for any package modification is to be borne by the party/Individual/company.

All trips are deemed to be commencing and terminating at locations indicated below as per trip
planned:-
• Bagdogra Airport or New Jalpaiguri Rail station: for Kalimpong, Darjeeling and Sikkim
• Guwahati, Dibrugarh Airport/ Rail Station: For North East except Sikkim.

Restricted Area Permit (RAP): The states of Arunachal, Nagaland, Manipur, Sikkim and
Mizoram are restricted areas for foreigners. To visit these states they require the Restricted Area
Permit (RAP) which we will take care of. The permit is valid for a maximum period of 10 days
and to be eligible for the same a group should consist of minimum no. of 04 persons. However,
Nagaland allows married couple to enter in twos. Also, in case of Arunachal, even if you are
single or any no. less than 04 and you want to stay more than 10 days, we shall make a special
provision for your tour.
Individual foreigner visiting Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Sikkim and Mizoram,
require Restricted / Protected Area Permit (R.A.P) from the Ministry of Home Affairs,
Group tourists consisting of at least 4 (four) members can obtain the R.A.P , but MHA can issue
to individuals too. FRRO/FRO/CHIO can issue these permits (for certain areas) only for groups
of 4 or more foreigners.
Inner Line Permit- ILP required in Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Nagaland,
Who requires ILP
Domestic Tourist who wants to enter Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, and Nagaland.Temporary
ILP: 15 days at a time, this can be extended to another 15 days / one month in exceptional
cases.Normal ILP: 6 months which can be extended for another 6 months.
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Hrishikesh Travels is a Travel & Package Tour organizer only. It does not own or operate or control any
transport company, airline, coach or coach company, hotel etc. It takes care in putting all these ingredients in your
packages, but since it has no control in their operation, it cannot be held responsible for any loss, damage, injury or
death which may be caused by the act or default of the management or employees of any hoteliers, airlines, transport
company, coach owner/operator etc.

1. Until the company receives the appropriate deposit, there is no contract between the company & the client.
The full payment must be received according to the procedures laid down under payment terms.
2. The company reserves the right to terminate the contract after acceptance of deposit at any time and for any
reason but prior to the commencement of the tour without assigning any reason whatsoever. In such an
event the company shall refund the amount of the deposit to the client without payment of any interest.
3. The company reserves the right to terminate the contract midway if any misbehaving/ Physical assault
occurs to our personnel during tours and trips, who may accompany the troop as guides or facilitator.
4. The company reserves the right to terminate the contract midway if any immoral/ antisocial /antinational
orders being given or issued to our personnel during tours and trips, who may accompany the troop as
guides or facilitator.
5. The company reserves the right to terminate the contract anytime if any of the group members or individual
is found to be committing any immoral/ antisocial /antinational/illegal act not conforming to the laws of a
civilized society, and company shall respond appropriately.
6. The company shall not be held responsible for any act of suicide/ homicide/antisocial/ antinational activity
by the group or individual agreeing to our tours, anywhere, anytime during the time of the tour. Company
shall notify local police station or may take appropriate measures to prevent such incidents as far as
possible.
7. The company will take every care for the safety & comfort of the clients, but the company shall in no
circumstances whatsoever be liable to the client for
8. Any personal injury, sickness, death, accident, loss, delay, discomfort, increased expenses or any
misadventure howsoever caused.
9. Any act of omission, default of independent supplier who may be engaged or concerned in the provision of
accommodation, refreshment, carriage facilities service for the client howsoever caused.
10. The temporary or permanent loss of or damage to baggage or any other personal objects howsoever caused.
11. Claims, disputes of any nature relating to the tours marketed by Hrishikesh Travels, Guwahati, Assam will
be settled in the Jurisdiction of Guwahati Courts alone.
12. Each of these conditions shall be separable from the other & if any provision be invalid, illegal or
unenforceable, the remaining provisions shall nevertheless have full force & effect.

Medical telephonic consultation will be provided free of cost with every trip and at our Cottage Hrishikesh in
Kaziranga, Cottage Hrishikesh…

Thanking you.

Yours Faithfully
Abhijeet
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Travels, email=hrishikeshtravels@gmail.com, c=IN
Date: 2008.07.20 15:59:09 +05'30'

Mr.Abhijeet Goswami,
Partner
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SAFE TRAVEL TIPS-

Traveling to unfamiliar destinations can bring to you the sort of troubles you do not want to experience
while on the road namely: robbery, rape, or murder. Tourists often fall prey to perpetrators because they
do not prepare properly before embarking on a trip.

1. Never list your home address on the luggage tag. If on business, put the company's address on the tag;
if visiting friends you can list their address. Use covered luggage tags as well.

2. Stay with your luggage until the luggage is checked. If you must put your bag down, keep one foot on
the handle.

3. Carry important papers with you; NEVER check anything that you simply cannot afford to lose.
Photocopy your passport, driver's license and credit cards.

4. Bring a small flashlight. You never know when you'll suddenly be "in the dark" and find yourself in
unfamiliar surroundings. At night, keep your flashlight by your bed.

5. Make sure that your prescription medicines are filled properly and labeled accurately. In some
countries certain prescription medicines are forbidden.

6. Never wear anything that projects affluence. No gold chains, expensive watches and rings, luggage, or
other paraphernalia should be in easy view. Better yet: leave your jewelry at home.

7. If possible travel with only one or two credit cards.

8. Women particularly should never accept a drink from a stranger. Keep an eye on your drink at all
times.

9. Vary your schedule; try not to come and go at the same time everyday.

10. Only stay in a hotel that uses cards to open room doors and make sure your room has a peephole and a
deadbolt lock. Secure the chain and secure the door by pushing a rubber stop under it.

11. Stay in a room near a stairwell. Never take the elevator if a fire or smoke is detected. Always stay in a
hotel where the doors enter the hallway and not directly from the outside.

12. Do not wear name tags in public.

13. Do not use unmarked taxi cabs.

14. Sit behind the driver so you can see him, but he cannot see you.

15. Pay the driver upon arriving at your destination and while you are still sitting in the vehicle.

16. If you must rent a car, rent only from a reputable company. Any operating problems that occur could
signal sabotage.

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17. Be aware of 'staged' car accidents meant to catch you off card.

18. Back into your parking spaces to facilitate a quick exit.

19. Park only in well lit and well traveled areas.

20. If your cell phone does not work outside of the country, consider renting one that does for the duration
of your trip.

21. If detained for whatever reason by an official, ask for identification. If in doubt, tell them that you
want to see his superior. Keep your emotions in check.

22. If traveling with children, bring along an updated photograph of each child in the event that you
become separated from them.

23. Write your child's name and your hotel number on each card; include a close friend's or relative's
contact information on the card. Give a card to each child which they will carry with them as long as you
are away. Destroy once home.

24. Discuss with your family what they would do in event of an emergency while away from home, e.g.
whom to call, how to contact emergency personnel, etc.

25. Do not discuss travel plans, your room number or any other personal information in public within
earshot of strangers.

26. Bring along a basic first aid kit with bandages, iodine, mosquito repellant, sunscreen, alcohol packets,
dramamine, pepto bismol, diarrhea medicine, etc.

27. Familiarize yourself with train and bus schedules before traveling. Have an alternate plan in place in
the event your transportation plans change.

28. Do not flash your passport in public. Discreetly show important documents to officials only.

29. Consider purchasing portable alarms that emit a loud sound.

30. Watch for scams on the street. Children working with adults are notorious as pickpockets.

31. Never flash your money in public. Exchange funds with reputable and recognized exchangers only.

32. Have tips ready in advance for service personnel.

33. Consider renting an escort [security] service if traveling in areas where crime is high.

The key to safe traveling in any area is situational awareness. Distractions because of luggage, children,
hotel personnel, strangers, etc. can put you at risk.

Know your surroundings and stay in control of every situation.

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