Birding at Mishmi Hills, Arunachal Pradesh – November 2018

Tour Date: November 25th (Sunday) – November 30th (Friday), 2018

Tour Highlights

  • Photography tips & expertise
  • Assistance in bird-watching and bird identification
  • Knowledge sharing sessions (We urge our participants to share their knowledge and experiences so that everyone learns)
  • Maximum group size limited to 7 members (including Wild India Group Leader)
  • Accomodation on twin sharing basis with all meals and snacks.

Hurry only limited seats available. Booking will be accepted on first come first serve basis.


About Mishmi Hills

Mishmi Hills are on the Northeastern tip of India, in central Arunachal Pradesh and are a southward extension of the Great Himalayan ranges and its northern and eastern parts touch China. These hills are divided into 2 sections – the flood plains of tributaries of Brahmaputra river and the Arunachal Himalayas consisting of snow-capped mountains, lower Himalayan ranges and Shivalik ranges. This hilly area falls in the Dibang valley and is characterised by steeply sloping landform, sub-tropical evergreen forest and high rainfall.

With around 6000 species plant species, 100 mammals and over 600 bird species, Mishmi is a heaven for nature lovers. Some of the highlight bird species at Mishmi consist Sclater’s monal, Blyth’s Tragopan, Temminck’s Tragopan, chestnut-breasted partridge, Ward’s trogon, Red-headed Trogon Dark-sided thrush, Green Cochua, Purple Cochoa, Rusty-bellied and Gould’s shortwing, Beautiful Nuthatch, Mishmi Wren-babbler, Chevron-breasted Babbler Fire-tailed myzornis, 3-4 parrotbill species, Grey-headed bullfinch and so on. (Email us at info@wild-india.in incase you need a list of species we saw during our previous tour).

Join us in exploring this unique nature’s hot spot as we would be on lookout to sight these rare endemic species of Mishmi. Hurry only limited seats available. Booking will be accepted on first come first serve basis.


Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Pick from dibrugarh airport and transfer to Mishmi Hills. Birding at Maguri Beel. Dinner and overnight at Forest rest house.

Day 2: Wake up at 0500hrs, birding in and around Mayodiya Pass. Discussions on species and consolidation of bird list for the day. Dinner and overnight at Forest rest house.

Day 3: Wake up at 0500hrs, birding in and around Tiwarigaon. Discussions on species and consolidation of bird list for the day. Dinner and overnight at Forest rest house.

Day 4: Wake up at 0500hrs, birding in and around Hunli. Discussions on species and consolidation of bird list for the day. Dinner and overnight at Forest rest house.

Day 5: Wake up at 0500hrs, birding in and around Tiwarigaon and transfer to Tinsukia. Consolidation of entire bird list for the tour. Overnight at Tinsukia.

Day 6: Morning session at Maguri Beel. Check out from Tinsukia and proceed to Dibrugarh airport.

There might be variations in itinerary based on the local weather conditions and inputs from our local experts at Mishmi hills.

Tour Cost: 44,500/- ** Per Person (ex-dibrugarh)

Tour cost includes

  • Pick up and drop at Dibrugarh Aiport
  • Transport in Bolero / Xylo / Sumo
  • All entry fees and guide charges
  • Food and Accommodation at the resort
  • All taxes and service charges
  • On board mineral water and snacks

Note: The Stay at Forest lodge in Mishmi Hills will be on Twin sharing with very basic amenities. We shall only have 2 hrs of electricity supply, primarily to charge our camera batteries and mobile phones. The mobile network connectivity will also be limited.


Tour cost do not include

  • Soft Drinks, Laundry Charges, Phone Calls, Tips etc
  • Any kind of insurance, Medical or/and Emergency Charges
  • Any extra meals not included in the above itinerary.

**INR prices are applicable to resident Indians only. Non Resident Indians (NRI) and Foreign Nationals please email us for tour cost at info@wild-india.in


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