Arrive at Jorhat airport and transfer to your hotel. Afternoon enjoy a cup of fresh Assam tea near the tea garden. There is time to explore the nearby villages, tea gardens and weekly local markets. Overnight at Hotel
After breakfast we drive to Sivasagar to visit the monuments of medieval Assam. We will visit the tallest Siva temple in the world. Sivasagar was once the capital of the Ahom Kings. In the town of Sivasagar, one can still see the remaining well preserved relics. Palaces, tanks, forts, places of worship. One of the largest and the oldest amphitheaters of Asia (Rang Ghar) is another remarkable landmark in the history of Sivasagar. In the afternoon we will visit a Tea garden and Explore the Tea plantation and then return for overnight accommodation at Jorhat.
After breakfast will have an hour drive to Gibon Wild Life Sanctuary, where we will have a nature walk of 2 and Half hour inside the park. The Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary, is an isolated protected area of evergreen forest located in Assam, India. The sanctuary was officially constituted and renamed in 1997. Set aside initially in 1881, its forests used to extend to the foothills of the Patkai mountain range. The Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary contains India's only gibbons the hoolock gibbons, and Northeastern India's only nocturnal primate the Bengal slow lories. In the nature walk we might witness some of the endangered species of primates such as the western hoolock gibbon, the stump-tailed macaque, northern pig-tailed macaque, eastern Assamese macaque, rhesus macaque, and capped languor .
Today we will take a ferry on the Brahmaputra River to Majuli Island the largest inhabited river island in the world. Majuli Island is an interesting walking destination, a combination of Hindu monasteries or Vaishnavaite culture and mishing tribal villages.Mishing is a tribe a tibeto-burman linguistic tribe which migrated across the Himalaya during 9th century. Return to Jorhat for overnight accommodation.
After breakfast we transfer to Kaziranga National Park , an UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the afternoon we will take a jeep ride through the park. Kaziranga is home to more than 75% of the World's total population of Indian One Horned Rhino. Also found in the park are Asiatic Water Buffalo - numbering up to 1200, over 1000 elephants, Swamp Deer, Barking Deer and Hog Deer. The park is also home to over 96 tigers. Kaziranga is also a bird watchers paradise with over 400 species in the park. Evening Authentic Assamese cuisine in Dinner and Tribal Dance performance by Local artist.
This morning transferring to Kohima in Nagaland. The drive will take approximately 4 hours, distance 140kms. It's a beautiful journey of road through lush green countryside, tea gardens and green cloud touching hills.
Today we visit the Hornbill festival where more than 12 Naga tribal groups including Konyak, Ao, Angami, Sema and Rengma gather to transform the festival ground to a traditional Naga village with their different and unique style of housing. The sound of log war drums and the song of the head hunting ceremony with the ferocious traditional dresses with tattoos makes for an exciting atmosphere.
Every day will be traditional Naga dance, song, games and other activities performed by different Naga tribes. We will also have the opportunity to sample traditional tribal food in the Naga houses.
Trip concludes with a transfer to Dimapur for onward arrangements.