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Day 1 - Arrive Kolkata

On arrival at Calcutta Airport you will be met by our representative and transferred to your hotel. Over Night at hotel.



 
  Day 2 - Kolkata
Introductory walking tour of central Kolkata, headquarters of the East India Company and early capital of the Raj.
 
 
Day 3 - Kolkata - Dimapur - Kohima
Fly to Dimapur. Visit the monolithic ruins of the pre-Ahom Kachari kingdom with its cult of fertility. A 4-hour drive zigzagging through steep forests brings us to Kohima, the State capital, for a 2-night stay.
 
 
Day 4 - Kohima
We pay our respects to The Fallen at Kohima's War Cemetery. Continue to Bara Basti, one of the biggest villages in Asia, entering under a scimitar of horns of Mitun (buffalo) symbolising the valour of the Angkami. Visit the State Museum, a treasury of Naga artifacts, the fine detail of 15 different tribal groups.

 
 
Day 5 - Kohima - Khonoma
A two-hour drive from Kohima and we reach the remote Angkami headquarters village of Khonoma, renowned for its cult of courage. The Khonoma gate tells the story of the British infiltration into the Naga Hills in the 1870s. 2-night stay as guests of a local family.

 
  Day 6 - Khonoma
Full day walk with picnic, exploring the village and the surrounding forests and rich wildlife.

 
 
Day 7 - Khonoma - Kohima - Touphema
Morning drive deep into the central Naga Hills to be hosted by the northern Angkami. Afternoon exploring on foot on hillsides with views across Myanmar. 2-night stay.
 
 
Day 8 - Touphema
All day walk to other Angkami and Renga villages. There may be a spectacular festival dance. At night dinner will be round the fire in a traditional Naga kitchen.

 
 
Day 9 - Touphema - Kaziranga
Leave early to drive down through the lush hills into the plains of Assam, spread with manicured tea gardens and shaded by jungle. 3-night stay at Wildgrass Hotel on the park perimeter.
 
 
Day 10 - Kaziranga National Park
Kaziranga is the largest undisturbed area of the Brahmaputra flood plain, grassland and forest, with 70% of the world's population of One-horned rhino and Eastern Swamp Deer, 75% of the world's wild Asiatic water buffalo and a significant population of Asian Elephant. There are 483 recorded species of birds. Dawn elephant safaris, and 2 lengthy jeep safaris each day in different sectors of the park will maximise sightings. Walking in local villages and visits to tea plantations can be arranged.
 
  Day 11 - Kaziranga National Park
Continue to explore the National Park
 
  Day 12 - Kaziranga National Park
Continue to explore the National Park
 
 
Day 13 - Kaziranga - Guwahati
Drive through villages, tea gardens and jungle to Guwahati, once a significant astrological centre. There are a number of interesting temples to visit and another lovingly maintained Commonwealth war cemetery. The setting of the town on the broad slick of the Bramaputra with great gantried fishing nets silhouetted against the sun is a suitably tranquil ending to a thrilling journey.
 
  Day 14 - Guwahati - Kolkata
Fly to Kolkata for one night stay at leisure.
 
  Day 15 - Kolkata - DEPARTURE
On time transfer to airport to board the flight for onward journey.
 
 
 
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