We Nature-Hunt, know North-East of India very well. Assam and its six neighbouring states of the North-East are known for their bio-geographic richness. With its dense forests, uneven topography, flora and fauna, the majestic Brahmaputra and its tributaries, diverse cultures, North-East  India offers basically nature-centric tourism.

We provide the best accommodation available in keeping with the natural environments of our destinations. Traditional houses, ethnic meals, camping, folk cultures etc are arranged where appropriate and as per needs. We give chances the guests to interact with the local peoples, their ethnicity, cultures.

Eco-Tourism is recently hitting the headlines and perhaps the mostly used word in travel industry now a days. But this is an area we have taken seriously for some time. We are trying to make the local people as well as the guests aware about the conservation of flora and fauna through our activities.

In addition to the above, we are also trying for extra degree of customisation of the tour. So if you have any idea, suggestion or question, please communicate to us.

About North East India

North East India comprising of eight states is endowed with enormous natural potentialities with virgin beauty, lush green of its dense forests having incredibly varied wildlife, flora & Fauna, and enriched with black diamonds and liquid gold. Entire surface of NE India is covered with mysterious blue of its extensive hill terrain, famed tea gardens and cultivated paddy fields. This part of India is indeed the most exotic, with some areas still lying untamed and unexplored. Being home of the most colourful people on the earth and one of the most ethnically and linguistic diverse regions in Asia, the region has over 166 colourful tribes and groups. The mighty Brahmaputra divides the Himalayan Biodiversity hotspot on its Northern side and the Indo-Burma Biodiversity hotspot on its Southern side within the state of Assam. The raw natural beauty, rare orchids and butterflies, bright painted monasteries, challenging rivers, intricately woven tribal shawls, indigenous sports- each one has its own special message to the traveller as he passes from one state to another. Accessibility: Guwahati, which is the gateway to NE India is the capital of Assam and commercial hub of North East India. All the major flights and trains from all over India is well connected with Guwahati. Apart from Guwahati, other airports in NE India which connects rest of India are Dibrugarh airport, Jorhat Airport, Dimapur Airport.   Permits: Most North East India states require tourists to obtain permits to visit them. This is due to ethnic violence, as well as the region’s sensitive location bordering Bhutan, China, and Myanmar.
  1. Arunachal Pradesh: Indian Nationals require Inner Line Permit (ILP). This is available from any Government of Arunachal Pradesh office. Foreign Tourists intending to visit Arunachal Pradesh require a Restricted Area Permit and can now visit in a group of two or more persons as against earlier requirement of four or more persons. The stay permit for foreign visitors has also been extended to 30 days from the earlier permit of 10 days.
  2. Assam:No permits require visiting Assam both for Indian and Foreign nationals.
  3. Meghalaya:No permits require visiting Meghalaya both for Indian and Foreign nationals.
  4. Manipur:Indian nationals require ILP visiting Manipur. Foreign tourists as of January 1, 2011 no longer require a Protected Area Permit (PAP). Under the previous rule tourists were required to travel in groups of four or more people, or as a married couple. Duration of stay was limited to 10 days, and only select areas could be visited including: Imphal, Loktak Lake, Moirang INA Memorial, Keibul Lamjao Deer Sanctuary, Waithou Lake, and Khongjom War Memorial.
  5. Mizoram:Indian tourists need an Inner Line Permit. Foreign tourists as of January 1, 2011 no longer require a Restricted Area Permit (RAP). Previously tourists traveling in groups of 4 or more persons required the permit  which was obtained from the Government of Mizoram through Liaison Officers posted at New Delhi, Kolkata & Guwahati. For less than 4 persons, RAP was to be obtained from the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India.
  6. Nagaland: Indian tourists need an Inner Line Permit. Foreign tourists as of January 1, 2011 no longer require a Restricted Area Permit (RAP) / Protected Area Permit (PAP) to enter Nagaland. Previously, tourists were required to travel in a minimum group of four people. They were allowed to visit all 11 district headquarters and specified places with this permit, valid for 10 days, with an option to extend for up to a month.
  7. Tripura: No permits require visiting Meghalaya both for Indian and Foreign nationals.
Apply for the RAP/PAP at least 4 weeks in advance of your visit. We can obtain it on your behalf at a prior notice.   Recommended Tourist Circuit:  
  • Guwahati/Tezpur/Nameri National Park/Bhalukpung/Bomdila/Dirang/Tawang
  • Guwahati/Silapathar/Along (Aalo)/Mechuka
  • Guwahati/ Shillong/Cherrapunji/Jowai/Mawllynnong/Mawsynram
  • Guwahati/Pobitora WLS/Kaziranga NP/Majuli River Island/Jorhat/Sivasagar
  • Dibrugarh/Dibru-Saikhowa NP/Roing/Myodia/Anini/Tezu/ParshuramKund/Digboi
  • Dibrugarh/Miao/Namdapha NP/Vijay Nagar
  • Tinsukia/Tezu/Hayuliang
  • Dibrugarh/Namphake Village/Joypur Rain Forest/Deomali/Khunsa/Sitakunda
  • Guwahati/Nameri NP/Itanagar/Zero/Daporijo/Along/Pasighat/ Dibrugarh.
  • Dibrugarh/Mon/Mokokchang/Kohima/Khonoma Village/Zuku Valley/Dimapur
  • Guwahati/Manas NP/Ultapani Reserve Forest