India is the land of festivals – riotously colourful, resplendent in its celebration, and steeped in tradition. To truly immerse yourself in a new culture, let down your guard and participate in the merrymaking. Festivals are also the best time to see the local tribals in their authentic costume, practice their rituals and honour their traditions that are being lost in this fast-modernising world. Please note that only a few festivals have fixed dates for the year; the dates for the rest of the festivals are released as per the alignment of the sun and moon.

To experience Eastern India like a local, try out one of our festival tours.

  • The Hornbill Festival - Tribes & Tigers
    Trip length: 16 days | Guwahati – Kaziranga National Park – Dibrugarh – Wakro – Tinsukia – Dibrugarh – Mon – Mokokchung – Kohima – Kolkata


    - Heritage city tour of old Delhi
    - Ride on Elephant back and exclusive jeep safaris in   Kaziranga National Park
    - Firsthand experience of tea production and stay at a    heritage colonial    bungalow
    - Hiking in Mishmi hills
    - Meet the Angh (chief) of Konyak tribe
    - Enjoy the annual cultural extravaganza in Kohima

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    Trip length: 06 days | Jorhat – Majuli – Kaziranga National Park.


    - Stay at Majestic Heritage Bungalows
    - Visit to Worlds Largest River Island
    - Visit Vaishnavite Monasteries
    - Witness the celebration of Raas – in the honor of Lord Krishna and his eternal love Radha
    - Ride on Elephant back and exclusive jeep safaris in Kaziranga National Park

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  • The Sangai Festival
    Trip length: 05 days | Imphal – Loktak – Andro – Kakching


    - Visit to Loktak Lake
    - Visit Indian National Army Memorial
    - Witness the Cultural Manipur Sangai Festival – an annual event to showcase Manipur's uniqueness in the field of arts, crafts, handlooms, handicrafts, food and indigenous games
    - Visit to Andro – famed for never ending fireplace and Mutua Museum
    - Visit to Kakching Gardens & Polo match
    - Visit to Govindajee Temple, Kangla Fort and Imphal War Cemetery maintained by Commonwealth War Grave Commission

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