Untammed Himalays

Drive the worlds highest passes on this epic adventure of a lifetime
Thrown across the farthest reaches of India, obscured from the greater world by ageless forests and formidable mountain ranges, the Northeast States are one of Asia’s last great natural and anthropological sanctuaries. Sharing borders with Bhutan, Tibet, Myanmar (Burma) and Bangladesh, these remote frontiers are a region of rugged beauty, and a collision zone of tribal cultures, climates, landscapes and peoples.
Embark on a lifetime journey through our selection of tours, pleaser don’t hesitate to communicate your wishes

Living Bridges

Discover the magic of Meghalaya, the ‘Scotland of the East’. Wander the bazaars in the hill station town of Shillong. Visit the picturesque town of Jowai in the breathtaking surroundings of the Jaintia Hills, and learn how Mawlynnong maintains its status as ‘the cleanest village in India’.

Rhinos and Lions

Off the tourist trail, North East India is home to some of the most endangered wildlife in the world. Arriving into Assam, drive to Manas National Park on the fringes of the Bhutan border, which plays host to over 450 species of bird as well as secretive big cats including tigers, clouded leopards and panthers.

Hornbill Festival

Nagaland is steeped in history and tribal tradition. Wander through tribal villages and soak up the atmosphere at the Hornbill Festival, where Naga culture is brought to life in colourful song and dance.

Unseen Tribes & Wildlife

Encounter the ancient Apatani tribes of Arunachal Pradesh and chill out in bamboo huts on Majuli Island, the world’s largest river island. See how tea is grown in Assam`s famous tea estates, and spot one-horned rhino and other stunning wildlife on elephant-back in Kaziranga National Park.

Trekking in Nagaland

Home to the colorful and vibrant Naga tribe, Dzukou valley is branded as one of the most fascinating valleys of Nagaland. Also known as ‘The Valley of Flowers’.

Aboriginal Tribes

Head into India’s remote North East, and stumble upon a way of life and a diversity of tribal culture few have witnessed. Starting in the former Ahom capital, Sibsagar, you will cross into Nagaland and come face-to-face with the proud Konyak tribe of Mon.


Kohima camp

The Ultimate Travelling Camp moves to the remote region of Nagaland in northeast India in late November/December for the colourful Hornbill Festival.

Diphlu River Lodge

Set amongst verdant farmland, patches of bird-rich forest and slow meandering streams, the ambience of the Diphlu River Lodge makes it a retreat in the true sense of the word.

Wild Mahseer

Experience life as a tea planter in Tezpur at this Heritage Bungalow at Wild Mahseer. Surrounded by tea gardens, instils a rich colonial history of British Assam tea through elegant architecture and colonial style.
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