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Paddling the Brahmaputra River is an exciting journey down one of the worlds greatest rivers, an option only for the true adventurer. The river flowing gently eastwards through Tibet cuts the greater Himalayas and the highest unclimbed mountain in the world, the Namche Barwa where it enters Arunachal Pradesh. This adventure takes you through remote hillsides dotted with tribal settlements in clearings surrounded by rainforest. The river negotiates the finest large volume white water in an area, which is surely one of the most inaccessible in the world. A 9 day self-contained run from Tuting to Pasighat approximately 180km takes the expedition through one of the most beautiful and culturally rich regions of Indian Himalayas. Between 2002 and 2005 we have run 4 very successful expeditions on the Upper Brahmaputra, we have over 80 guests to bear testimony to our operational expertise on one of the most wonderful river expeditions.

 
 
Day 01:  Delhi-Dibrugarh
Arrive in Delhi and transfer to domestic airport. Arrive in Dibrugarh late afternoon transfer to Dibrugarh Hotel. Over night in Dibrugarh
 
 
Day 02: Pasighat
Transfer to Pasighat by boat (75km/8hours) See the Ganges river dolphin and a great variety of resident and migratory birdlife from Siberia and Central Europe. Over night in Pasighat.

 
 
Day 03 : Drive Along Siang river
Day drive along the Siang river through Adi villages and lush tropical rainforest. Reach our Campsite at Purang / Tuting by tea time. Check into tents and relax.

 
 
Day 04: Start up
Sort out gear, walk around and meet with local tribes in nearby villages (time permitting) ready the rafts in the afternoon a comprehensive safety briefing followed by instruction on paddling commands and rescue procedures. Overnight at camp

 
 
Day 05: Raft to Pango (5 hours)
On this day encounter the monster class 5+ Ningguing rapid and another class 4 rapid the Pulsating Palsi. Campfire dinner and camp overnight

 
 


Day 06: Raft to Cherring.

We raft down the Pango rapid and enter the Ningguing and Marmong gorges; the most beautiful and remote jungle gorges in the world. Steep impenetrable forests rise up on each side, the rise up surrounding the Rikor and Zebra Rock Rapids. We set up camp above the tooth fairy rapids class 6 at Cherring. Camp overnight.


 
 
Day 07: Raft to Yinkeong / Alubadi
After a portage around the tooth fairy we raft out of the Marmong gorge, we negotiate several class 3+ rapids followed by a float to Yinkeong / Alubadi. Camp overnight.
 
 
Day 08: Raft to Geku Twins Camp
We begin with a rapid below Alubadi beach called Moing Madness, followed by a milder ones all the way to the suspension bridge at Nubo. We raft down the Karko Killer and make it to our beautiful site near Geku. Camp overnight.  
 
  Day 09: Rest day at Geku Twins Camp
 
  Day 10: Raft Geku Twins to just below Sangam. This is an easy day with long floats. We pass several Adi tribal settlements. Camp overnight
 
 
Day 11: Raft to Rotung
Today is a short day. We raft past the flood rutted guesthouse of Yemburg and float onto camp near Rotung village, just in time for a hot lunch. Transfer all our gear from the dry bags onto travel bags and wash up near a freshwater spring. Camp overnight
 
  Day 12: Raft to Pasighat
We begin the final run to the plains at Pasighat. The river seems to gather more volume as we float into Pasighat were we beach our rafts for the last time. Transfer to rest house at Pasighat.
 
  Day 13: Dibrugarh
Boat ride to Dibrugarh. (75KM 4 Hours) Stay at Dibrugarh hotel
 
  Day 14: Dibrugarh-Delhi
Fly to Delhi. Transfer to International Airport for flight home
 
 
 
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