Get Adventurous with this exciting River Rafting Experience

Adventure Destinations | | February 23, 2012 at 1:01 am




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Arunachal Pradesh- is amongst the most beautiful North eastern states of India and is found ensconced in the most pristine surroundings. This is one region which is filled with a kind of thrill and excitement that has to be experienced to be believed. Come here, and get wrapped in this lovely land of pleasurable tours and cherishable experiences. Come for river rafting in this land of A Arunachal Pradesh the largest Northeastern State of India.

Amidst the lovely surroundings and the most beautiful network of natural regions, this is one place which gives you the greatest experiences of river rafting. There are many routes of river rafting here. Let us see one of them.

River Rafting
There is this river rafting route which starts from Delhi and ends at Kolkata. You will be picked up from the Delhi airport and first you will go to Guwahati, then Bhalukpong, and then Itanagar, Pasighat, Panging, Yembung, Pasighat again then cross Oyanghat, Dibrugarh, and reach Guwahati and eventually fly to Kolkata. This is a 10 nights and 11 days tour, which is filled with enchanting experiences and exciting sights.

On the first day come to the capital of India, Delhi and be welcomed by the representation. After touring around Delhi, you would take the flight to Guwahati. On arrival you will be taken on a half day tour to Kamakhya temple and the Zoological Garden and then to he Umananda Temple. After a stay overnight here, the next day you can go to Bhalukpong which is a great destination for all the anglers. Rafters and hikers also find this a greatly pleasurable spot and spend their time pursuing their passion here. October to May is the ideal time to visit Bhalukpong. There are tourist’s huts and rented accommodation here and also forest bungalows where you can stay over. The angling spots are near these accommodations and it is a totally surreal experience to be here in this part of the world.

Kamakhya temple
Day four and day five would be spent at Bhalukpong and early morning, you would go on an angling experience which you would remember for a lifetime. With the angling expert u briefing you what to do, you would surely enjoy this angling tour at Tipi, Sessa and also enjoy the shore bank fishing here. The following day you can take a tour of the Pakhui wildlife sanctuary and also visit the Tipi Orchidarium on the banks of the River Bharali.

Day six, takes you from Bhalukpong to Itanagar. After breakfast you can go around the city and  visit the Gyakar Sinyi, the Ita Fort, the Ganaga Lake, and Nehru Museum.
Ganaga Lake
On Day seven, you will reach Pasighat which is another wildlife zone. This region with its Daying Erring Wild Life Sanctuary is a beautiful experience and an ideal travel delight. Here the cruise on River Siang on the boat is a heavenly experience and the tourist loves to reach this sanctuary on the boat. This cruise across this lovely paradise is absolutely delightful and worthwhile. Take care of your camera well, as there are many who would like to grab it.

On Day 8, you will be travelling from Pasighat to Panging toYembung. Leave early in the morning, go to Boleng by car and then enjoy Panging where the River Siom gives you ideal rafting experiences. Enjoy the spectacular view and also enjoy rafting fishing till Yembung. A great rafting locale providing ideal travel memories. This is one area where you can bask in the pleasures of being in the most fascinating zones of India.

Pasighat

From Pasighat you will reach Oyanghat and then go rafting across the River Brahmaputra by ferry and reach Dibrugarh. With the sight of the lovely tea plantations in this part of Arunachal Pradesh, the city of Dibrugarh is rightly called the Tea city of India.

From Dibrugarh you can proceed on your respective destinations, and bask in the memories of a pleasurable river rafting tour.

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