According to Buddhist tradition Pemako is one of the 16 earthly paradises, a promised land free of worry, the ultimate hidden haven. 
On this trail one gets to have breathtaking view of the majestic Himalaya range with Namche Barwa peak and Kondu Dosem Potrang the mythical palace of Dorje Sempa in the north, the Pemashree and the Eko Dumbing or Riu Tala of the Abroka range towards west and south respectively.
Wildlife: Goral, Takin, Musk deer, Snow leopard, Tiger.
22 D | 21 N
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Location : Arunachal Pradesh

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  • Arrival Dibrugarh and transfer to hotel.
  • Overnight at Dibrugarh.
Dibrugarh - Pasighat

  • Drive to Pasighat.
  • In the local market at Pasighat find and look at the exotic vegetable and fruit types and also Naga-king Chilly, hottest chilly in the world!
  • Overnight at Pasighat.
Pasighat - Jengging

  • Drive along the Siang River to the village of Jengging.
  • En route stop at Komsing, where the British erected a memorial stone of Sir Willamson who was killed by Narmi Manmur Jamoh. There is also a long and high suspension bridge constructed by the British.
  • Overnight at Jengging.
Jengging - Tuting

  • Continue the drive along the Siang River to the village of Tuting.
  • Overnight at Tuting.
Trek to Kuging village

  • Visit the Yang Sang Pemakod Monastery in the morning.
  • Start on the day 1 of the trek to the village of Kuging crossing the Siang River over a suspension bridge. 
  • Overnight at Camp.
Trek to camp Mabi

  • Trek to Mabi  the vegetation gradually changes from tropical and semi-tropical to eventually alpine sanctuaries. 
  • The climb is moderate through forests of rhododendrons and pine. 
  • On clear days, the icy peaks of Namcha Barwa are visible, the ‘left breast of almighty Goddess Dorje Pagmo.
  • Overnight at Camp.
Trek to camp Yungchak

  • A short trek from Mabi to Yungchuk, with a few uphill walks along ridges, though forests that are a rhododendron fairy- land, along with the breathtaking views of the remote eastern Himalayas (South Tibet). 
  • Overnight at Camp.
Trek to camp Kanebenga

  • The hike will be mostly along ridges in forests of Rhododendrons and Pine, with terrain eventually changing from barren to rocky. There’ll be a few uphill and downhill walks. 
  • Chinese villages can be seen from here. 
  • Overnight at Camp.
Trek to camp Pao Lipik

  • Leaving the alpine forests and entering barren landscapes filled with beautiful high altitude lakes. 
  • The hike will be moderate with uphill and downhill walks, but can be tiresome because of high altitude.On a clear day you can see the Namche Barwa Mountain with its whole range.
  • Overnight Camp.
DAY 10
Pao Lipik - Danakosha

  • Continue trek to the sacred lake with the island of tseta (heart). 
  • The hike will be through barren ridge of Rhododendron scrub until a steep climb to a higher ridge from where you will get magnificent views of the holy Titapori Mountain. 
  • The landscape here forms a fully opened lotus. Each year Buddhist pilgrims visit these high isolated ranges to pray in the heart lake, as according to Buddhist Pemako texts, merely seeing this place, a pilgrim opens his consciousness to unlimited knowledge and his/her karma is purified. 
  • Overnight Camp.
DAY 11
Danakosha Sightseeing

  • Kora (circlumbulation) of the 5 sacred lakes, each of which as believed, will give you Tantrik powers. 
  • On a good weather we can see the Kududusempedrong-the abode of Vajrasattava, Rinchinpong and the Beyul.
  • Overnight at camp.
DAY 12
Danakosha - Wangchen Phukpa

  • The trail passes up and down ridges, crossing Titapori where it is believed that Guru Padmasambhava has hidden many treasures and scrolls. 
  • At the campsite of Wangchen Phukpa, get to know the fauna of the region as the area is abound with exotic wildlife with chances of seeing Musk Deer, Ibex, Takin, Mountain Goat, Red Panda and many species of birds. A tailless rat called locally assaray is found commonly. 
  • Overnight in Camp.
DAY 13
Wangchen Phukpa - Dungchen Droma 

  • From here the descent starts crossing huge boulders fallen down by snow, and then continue through pine and Rhododendron forests, until a downhill trail covered with thick bamboo that will end at campsite.
  • On clear days, magnificent views can be seen of the eastern Himalayas. 
  • Overnight in Camp.
DAY 14
Dungchen Droma - Tashi Droma

  • Start early on today’s trek to Tashi Droma it’s a steep downhill walk through forests filled with orchids, bamboos and wild flowers. 
  • The hike will end at River Jiang-chu to be crossed on Cane Bridge to arrive at campsite. 
  • A swim in the river will be much healing and is highly recommended. 
  • Overnight in tents.
DAY 15
Tashi Droma - Tashigang village

  • Trek to Tashigang Village, the first village you will come across in ten days. 
  • The hike will be along the Jiang-chu River in slippery grounds, with moderate uphill and downhill walks.
  • The hike ends at Tashigang, a beautiful and quaint little village where 200 people live in 16 houses. 
  • Overnight in Camp.
DAY 16
Tashigang - Mankota

  • Begin the trek by visiting the holy site of Dewakota and do a kora around it. 
  • Legends say Dewakota Mountain is where Padmasambhava hid many treasure and scrolls, and enlightened persons have the key to finding them. This hike will be a steep descend through huge rocks and eventually crossing a cane bridge and climbing steps to reach Dewakota Monastery & Lakhang. 
  • Later after kora, hike onwards to the village of Mankota. 
  • Overnight in Camp.
DAY 17
Mankota - Nyukong

  • Start the hike to village of Nyukong One of the Adi Villages of the region, he hike will be gradual with normal climb.
  • Overnight in Camp.
DAY 18
Nyukong - Tuting

  • Trek back to Tuting by descending alongside the Yangsang River. 
  • The hike is steep through tropical forest, until it catches up with the trail of the first day, thus completing one kora (circumbulation). The trek to these remote sacred sanctuaries ends at Tuting.
  • Overnight stay at Tuting.
DAY 19
Drive to Jengging

  • Drive back to Jengging
  • Overnight at Jengging
DAY 20
Jengging - Pasighat

  • Drive back to Pasighat.
  • Overnight at Pasighat.
DAY 21
Pasighat - Dibrugarh

  • Ferry down to Dibrugarh on river Brahmaputra. Or just drive across the Boghi Beel Bridge.
  • Overnight Stay in Dibrugarh.
DAY 22

  • Drop to Airport / Railway Station for onward journey.

  • Accommodation: On twin sharing rooms or single room or Camps.
  • Personal Camping gear, Tents, Utensils etc
  • AP Basis: (Tea/Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner/Mineral water).
  • Transportation: All transfer and sightseeing.
  • English speaking Guide throughout the tour.
  • The entire entrance fee to Museum, Monument, Village fee etc.
  • Protected Area Permit / Inner Line Permit.
  • All the applicable taxes.

  • 5% GST.
  • Any Air Fare / Train Fare.
  • Any kind Insurance.
  • Personal gear – Walking sticks, day packs etc.
  • Any personal expenses like tips, camera, laundry, beverages like Beer, Wine, and Cold Drinks etc.
  • Any cost in the event of Flights cancellation due to weather condition, landslide, strike / band etc.
  • Dibrugarh Airport
  • Dibrugarh railway station
  • Dibrugarh Chowkidingee Astc
  • Near Co-Operative, Middle Sichey Gangtok, East Sikkim, India, 737101