from/per person Rs 91,030
  • 10 Nights / 11 Days
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Description

The Mishimi hills are home to some of the most incredible trails in India which a traveler can embark on. Century old hunting treks along lusty green valleys and steep mountains are a great way to explore and experience the natural beauty and wonders of far eastern Himalayas. As the name suggests, the seven lakes trek will take you to one of Himalaya’s best kept secrets – seven breathtakingly beautiful high altitude lakes hidden in unnamed hills of the frontier state of India. The trek is ideal for intermediate to expert trekkers as on almost all trekking days we will be climbing steep uphill or downhill. You will be accompanied by experienced guides and former hunters with in-depth knowledge to share the history of the area while showing you plant life, wildlife and more. An exploratory means that this is one of the first few treks into this region, and is collaborative, rather than commercial. Guests must expect to roll with the punches, with the reward being an opportunity to venture where few have!


Inclusions

● All transfers in a non ac vehicle as per the itinerary
● All arrangements for staying and camping while on trip
● Accommodation on twin sharing basis in tents/ hotel
● All meals as detailed in itinerary
● All trekking arrangements with india’s most experienced guiding team, camp staff and cooks
● Porterage Upto 15kg/Person
● All common camping and trekking equipment
● Peak fee/sanctuary fee/royalty/permits where applicable
● Safe drinking water


Exclusions

● Sleeping bag
● Any transfers outside of itinerary
● Bottled water
● Items of personal clothing
● Expenses of personal nature (laundry/phone calls/alcohol/cigarettes/insurance/camera fee/etc.)
● Any expense incurred due to force majeure such as landslide, bad weather or reasons beyond our control
● Trip & cancellation insurance


Highlights

• Duration Of Trip: 11 Days
• Reporting Point: Dibrugarh Airport
• Grade Of Trek: Demanding


Additional Information

Itinerary:
Day One: Delhi – Dibrugarh: Arrive Delhi and transfer to domestic airport. Arrive. Dibrugarh late afternoon by air. Transfer to hotel. Check in and expedition briefing at tea time. Evening local Assamese "sit down" dinner, is an absolute delight. Wind up for an early start the next day.
Day Two: Dibrugarh – Roing: This morning, we take a pleasant ride through picturesque tea garden estates of upper Assam. The ride also includes an hour-long ferry ride from Dhola to Sadia. Once in Roing, you will be taken to your campsite in an orchid farm overlooking a nesting area of birds. There will be enough time for you to do your last-minute purchases from the town. You will also meet the crew and support staff.
Day Three: Disangmukh: Today will be a long day on the car to reach the last town near the starting point of our trek. We will travel more than 300 kilometers on a mountain road, cross Mayodia Pass – the highest pass in the Debang Valley districts (2655 meters) and will reach Anini only late in the evening. This is where we’ll drop our extra luggage before we start off on our trek early next morning. A hearty meal and a few hours of rest before the trek is necessary.
Day Four: Disangmukh (2500m): The start of our trek is from a small village called Imungu – which is about 25 kilometers from Anini. There on, we leave our transfer vehicles and start walking up the initial ridge of the hill with breath-taking view of the lush green hills. Degree of elevation is moderate so you can ease your way in before the steep climbs of later days. However, be weary of insects as they can be quite a nuisance. Full sleeve cloths are advisable. Most of the day will be over while we cross the lush fern fields and set up camp for the night right at the start of the forest at an elevation of around 2500 meters.
Day Five: Disangmukh - Majuli (3400m): Today we will start our journey through the dense forest of Mishimi hills. We will resume our ascend from 2500 meters through very thick groove at the start of our trek. After gaining about 500 meters, the forest thins out to more manageable ferns plants. At 3200 meters the thick forests starts again but with an entirely different kind of vegetation. There is a stark difference in the plants and flowers as we gain or lose altitude. Numerous species of plants and small animals and birds are on display for those who know where to look. Tonight’s camp will be set up at around 3400 meters in a very small patch of relatively plain land closer to a water source.
Day Six: Majuli (3730m): Today we will make the final ascent to our destination – the lake locally known as Kamo Uyea which is at around 3750 meters. From our overnight camp in the Alpine forests, we will continue along the ridge of the mountain till we reach the glaciers and continue till our camping site for the next couple of days. The highest point of today’s trek is around 3850 meters and we camp at a spot with a view of the lake at 3730m.
Day Seven: Majuli - Kaziranga Wildlife Lodge: Today we take a break from rigorous walking and take in the serene beauty on display. There will be a short trek, not far off from our camping site to the other lakes. You can use the rest of the day to take photographs or rest or just chill out. From here on, we will start our descent back to civilization.
Day Eight: Kaziranga Wildlife Lodge - Dhansiri / Bahikhowa: Today is a long day of going downhill to reach an outpost near a small village, Inguli. We will start early from our camp at 3730 meters and continue up to reach the top of the mountain at 3927 meters and then start our descent to an outpost at 1550 meters near Inguli. We will follow the old hunting trails of Idu Mishmi tribes through cliffs and pine ridges as well as a tricky river crossing to spend the night at a traditional house.
Day Nine: Inguli : The last day of our trek will be a short one. Much of the downhill was covered yesterday and today we just have some bamboo roves to cross along with a couple of rivers. This should not take more than 2-3 hours. Once we reach the ITBP outpost at a village called Mele, our transfer vehicles will be waiting for us there to take us back to Anini.
Day Ten : Anini – Roing: Today is going to be another long day on the road as you travel back 320 kilometers to Roing from Anini. Overnight at a hotel in Roing.
Day Eleven: Roing – Dibrugarh: Transfer back to Dibrugarh and the airport for a flight to New Delhi. Trip ends.


Terms & Conditions

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